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Why he hath thus ensaar'd my soul and body ?
Jago. Demand me nothing; what you know, you know;
Lod. What? not to pray?
Lod. Sir you shall understand what hath befalo,
Otb. Oh villain!
Lod. Now, here's another discontented paper
Oth. Oh thou pernicious caitiff!
Caf. I found it in my chamber;
Oth. Oh fool, fool, fool!
Cas. There is besides, in Rodorigo's letter,
Lod. You must forsake this room, and go with us ;
Oth. Soft you; a word or cwo before you go.
but the common reading is better; as the word Tribe is applicable to any race of people, and the thought of an ignorant Indian’s casting away a pearl very natural in itself
, whereas to make sense of the other, one must presuppose some particular story of a Jew alluded to, which is much less obvious.
Oth. I kist thee, ere I kill'd thee. No way but this, Killing my self, to die upon a kiss.
(Dies. Caf. This did I fear, but thought he had no weapon ; For he was great of heart.
Lod. Oh Spartan dog!
The End of SHAKESPEAR'S Plays.