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

Be Dg not deficient, blind, or lame of sense,
Sans witchcraft could not.
Duke. Whoe'er he be that in this foul proceeding
Hath thus beguiled your daughter of herself,
75
And you of her, the bloody book of law
You shall yourself read in the bitter letter
After your own sense; yea, though our proper son
Stood in your action.
Bra. Humbly I thank your Grace.
80
Here is the man-this Moor, whom now, it seems,
Your special mandate, for the state affairs, Hath hither brought.
All. We are very sorry for't.
Duke. [To Othello] What, in your own part, can you
85
say to this?
Bra. Nothing, but this is so.
Oth. Most potent grave, and reverend signiors,
My very noble, and approved good masters:
That I have ta'en away this old man's daughter,
90
It is most true; true I have married her.
The very head and front of my offending
Hath this extent. no more. Rude am I in my speech,
And little blcssed with the soft phrase of peace;
For since these arms of mine had seven years' pith
95
Till now some nine moons wasted, they have used
Their dearest action in the tented field;
And little of this great world can I speak
More than pertains to feats of broil and battle;
And therefore little shall I grace my cause
100
In speakin for myself. Yet, by your gracious patience,
I will a unvarnished tale deliver
Of my course of love-what drugs, what charms,

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72. Sane: without
74. beguiled ... of hereelf : tricked her out of possession of herself
77. After your own sense: according to your interpretation of it; our proper son: our son himself
78. Stood in your action: were answerable to your grievance
88. approved gooda demonstrated to be good
94. pith: strength
95. Till now some nine moons wasted: until nine
months ago
96. dearest: most intense
101. round: plain

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