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Duke of Venice,
Brabantia, a noble Venetian,
Gratiano, Brother to Brabantia,
Appears A&t Í. Sc. 7, 8, gi
A&I. Sc. 2, 3, 6, 8, go
A&V. Sc. 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10,
Lodovico, Kinfinan to Braban- ƒ À& IV. Sc. 6, 7, 13. A& V. Sc. §, 40
tio and Gratiano,
Othello, the Moor,
Caffio, his Lieutenant-General,
Jago, Standard-bearer to
Aa I. Sc. 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
(Aa I. Sc. 5, 6, 8, 9.
5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 13,
A& II. Sc. 6, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, Sc. 2, 6, 7, 8, 9,
Act II. Sc. 3, 4,
A&t IV. Sc. 2, 3,
4. A&V, Sc. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10.
A& I. Sc. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11. A& II. Sc. 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16. A& III. Sc. 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 10, 11. A& IV. Sc. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 11, 12. A& V. Sc. 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10.
Roderigo, a foolish Gentle-Aa I. Sc. 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 6, 10. Act II.
Clown, Servant to the Moor, A& III. Sc. 1, 9,
Defi mona, Daughter to Brabantio, and Wife to Othello,
Emilia, Wife to lago,
A&t I. Sc. 9. A&t II. Sc. 5, 6, 10, 13.
A&t II. Sc. 5, 6. A&t. III. Sc. 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12. A& IV. Sc. 8, 9, 10, 12, 13. A& V. Sc. 5, 7, 8, 9. SAA III. Sc. 13. A& IV. Sc. 4. A& V. Sc. 4, 5.
A&II. Sc. 11. A&III. Sc. 2.
Bianca, Miftrefs to Caffio,
A&t Ill. Sc. r.
Sailors, and Attendants.
For the firft A&t in Venice; during the rest of the Play,
Street in Venice. Enter Rod, and lago. Iago's hatred to the Moor and Caffie. They alarm
Sc. II. Bra. appears above at a window. They inform him that the Moor is run away with his daughter Def. Exit Iago.
Sc. III. Enter Bra. and fervants. Rod. goes with them in fearch of Oth. and Def.
Sc. IV. Another street before the Sagittary,
Iago and attendants with torches. Talk of Oth.'s fituation with Bra, on account of ftealing his daughter.
Sc. V. Enter Caf. and officers with torches, Caf. informs Oth. that the Duke and Senate fend for him on bufinefs of ftate.
Sc. VII. Enter Bra. Rod. and others. Bra. talks Oth. about his deluding his daughter; accufes him of having ufed fpells for that purpose; and infifts upon his
being carried to prison: which Oth. evades by telling him he is fent for by the Duke on business. Exeunt.
Sc. VII. The fenate-house. Duke and Senators at a table, with lights and attendants. News have arrived that a Turkish fleet is failing against Cyprus.
Sc. VIII. To them, enter Bra. Oth. Caf. Rod. and officers. Duke tells Oth. he must go against the Turks. Bra, complains to the Duke of Oth.'s having ftolen his daughter, and corrupted her by fpells and medicines. Oth. defends himself, that he had used no unlawful arts in gaining her; but that, in telling the story of his life and adventures, he had gotten her affections.
Sc. IX. Def. (being fent for) enters, and confirms the truth
of Oth's affertion. The Duke endeavours to reconcile Bra. to the ftep his daughter has taken in marrying Oth. but tells Oth. he muft immediately depart from Cyprus; which Oth. agrees to; and Def. prevails that she may follow him. Ex
Sc. X. Manent Rod. and fago. Iago encourages Rod. in purfuing Def. (with whom that Rod. is in love was hinted in the 1ft, 2d, and 3d fcenes) although married to Oth. and advises him to raise money, and follow her to Cyprus. Exit Rod.
Sc. XI. Manet fago, who in the foliloquy discovers his defign of fleecing Rod. and his jealoufy of the Moor
and Caf. with his wife Emil. and lays a plot to make Oth. jealous of Def. with Caf
Sc. I. The capital city of Cyprus.
Enter Montano the Go
A violent storm;
vernor, and two gentlemen.
Sc. II. Which, a 3d gentlemen brings news, hath ruined the Turkish fleet, but that Caf. in a Venetian ship is safe
arrived, and that Oth. is on the sea.
Sc. III. Enter Caf. His concern for Othello's fafety.
Sc. IV. News of Iago's arrival with Def.
Sc. V. Enter Def. Iago, Rod. and Emil. After mutual faJutations, Iago's abufive fatire against the women. Sc. VI. Enter Oth. and attendants. He expreffes his joy in meeting Def. which lage maliciously resolves to spoil. Exeunt.
Sc. VII. Manent Iago and Rod. Iago perfuades Rod. that Def. is of a loofe, inconftant character, is in love with Caf. and therefore may be brought to love him (Roderigo); lays a plot that Rod. fhall provoke Caf. to ftrike him, which may caufe a mutiny, and be the occafion of Caf's lofing his place: and tells him this will make his way easier to Def. Exit Rod.
Sc. VIII. Manet Iago. Soliloquy; that he is jealous of the Moor and Caf. with Emil. his wife; and refolves to be revenged of them both. Exit.
Sc. IX. The ftreet. Enter herald, and proclaims a triumph, feaft, and merry-making, on account of the destruction of the Turkish fleet. Exit.
Sc. X. The caftle. Enter Oth. Def. Caf. and attendants.
Oth. charges Caf, to look to the guard; Caf. informs him he hath deputed lago for that purpose, but ne