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ACT I
Scene III. [Venice. A chamber in the Senate House.]

Enter Sailor.

Officer. A messenger from the galleys.
Duke. Now, what's the business?
Sailor. The Turkish preparation makes for Rhodes.
So was I bid report here to the state
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By Signior Angelo.
Duke. How say you by this change?
1. Sen. This cannot be
By no assay of reason. 'Tis a pageant
To keep us in false gaze. When we consider
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Th' importancy of Cyprus to the Turk,
And let ourselves again but understand
That, as it more concerns the Turk than Rhodes,
So may he with more facile question bear it,
For that it stands not in such warlike brace,
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But altogether lacks th' abilities
That Rhodes is dressed in-if we make thought of this,
We must not think the Turk is so unskilful
To leave that latest which concerns him first,
Neglecting an attempt of ease and gain
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To wake and wage a danger profitless.
Duke. Nay, in all confidence he's not for Rhodes.
Officer. Here is more news.

Enter a Messenger.

Mess. The Ottomites, reverend and gracious,
Steering with due course toward the isle of Rhodes,
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Have there injointed them with an after fleet.
1. Sen. Ay, so I thought. How many, as you guess?
Mess. Of thirty sail; and now they do re-stem

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21. How say you by: what do you say about
22-3. This cannot be/ By no assay of reason: "no kind of logic can make this believable." Double negatives were common for emphasis; pageant: a mere pretense. Elaborate floats were used in festivities on city streets and on waterways, and the individual floats were called pageants.
28. with more facile question bear it: take 1t more easily
29. For that: because
33. latest: till last
40. injointed them: joined
42-3. re-stem/ Their backward course: turn their course in the opposite direction

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