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ACT II
Scene II. [Cyprus. Before Othello's Castle.]

Cas, A knave teach me my duty?
I'll beat the knave into a twiggen bottle.
Rod. Beat me?
Cas. Dost thou prate, rogue? [Strikes him.]
150
Mon. Nay, good Lieutenant!
[Takes his arm.]
I pray you, sir, hold your hand.
Cas. Let me go, sir, Or I'll knock you o'er the mazzard.
Mon. Come, come, you're drunk!
155
Cas. Drunk? They fight.
lago. [Aside to Roderigo] Away, I say! Go out and cry
a mutinyl
Exit Roderigo. Nay, good Lieutenant. God's will, gentlemen!
Help, ho!-Lieutenant-sir-Montano-sir
160
Help, mastersl-Here's a goodly watch indeedl
A bell rung.
Who's that which rings the bell? Diablo, hol
The town will rise. God's will, Lieutenant, hold!
You will be shamed for ever.

Enter Othello and Attendants.

Oth. What is the matter here?
165
Mon. I bleed still. I am hurt to the death. He dies!
Oth. Hold for your lives!
Iago. Hold, holdl Lieutenant-sir-Montano-gentlemen!
Have you forgot all sense of place and duty?
170
Hold! The General speaks to you. Hold, hold, for shame!

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147. twiggen bottle: a bottle covered with a woven covering, like a Chianti bottle. Cassio threatens to beat Roderigo so unmercifully that he will seek safety even if he has to crawl into a bottle, the only hiding place available.
153. mazzard: slang for head

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