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Never to rise again; thy mother's poison'd;
Ham. The point invenom'd too?
do thy work. [Stabs the King All. Treason, treason. King. O yet defend me, friends, I am but hurt.
Hain. Here, thou incestuous, murch'rous, danned Drink off this potion : is the union here? Dane, Follow my mother.
[King diese Laer. He is justly served, It is a poison temper'd by himself. Exchange forgiveness with me, noble Hamlet; Mine and my father's death come not on thee, Nor thine on me !
Hor. Never believe it.
Han. As th' art a man,
Ham, o I die, Horatio :
I cannot live to hear the news from England..
colours, and attendants.
Hor, What is it you would see?
Fert. This quarry cries- op havock. Oh proud
Amb. The light is dismal,
Hor. Not from his mouth to
solicited, for brought on tbe event. 41. c. the King's.
Fort, Let us halte to hear it,
Hor. Of that i thall have also cause to (peak,
Fort. Let four captains Bear Hamlet, like a soldier, to the stage ; For he was likely, had be been put on, To have prov'd most royally. And for his passage, The soldiers' music, and the rites of war Speak loudly for him Take up the body: such a fight as this Becomes the field, but here thews much amifs. Go, bid the soldiers shoot.
[Exeunt marching : after which a peal of ord
nance is foot of
DUKE of Venice.
Montano, the Mbor's predecessor Brabantio, a Noble Venetian.
in the government of Cyprus. Gratiano, brother 10 B-abantio Clow?, servant 10 the, Moor. Lodovico, kinsman to Brabantio Herald, and Gratiano.
Defduinona, daughter to Braban. Othello, the Moor, General for tio, and wife to O:hello. the Venetians in Cyprus.
Ærilia, wife to Ingo. [Cafio. Caffio, his Lieutenant-General. Bianca, a cortezan, mistress to Jago, sandard-bearer to Othello. Officers, Gentlemen, Millengers, Rodorigo, a foolish gentleman, in Musicians, Sailors, and Attene love with Desdemona.
dants, SCENE, for the forft aft, in Venice ; during the rest of the plag; ita
ACT I. SCENES..
Aftreet in Venice.
Enter Rodorigo and lago. Rod. Ush, never tell me, I take it much inkindly,
That thou, lago, who hast had my purse,
Rod. Thou told'st me, thou didst hold himn in thy hatea.
lago. Despise me,
*. The story is taken from Cynthia's novels...
Evades them with a bombast circumstance,
mail, lago. But there's no remedy, 'tis the curse of service; Preferment goes by letter and affection, Not (as of old) gradation, where each second Stood heir to th' first. Now, Sir, be judge yourself, If I in any just term am allign'd. To love the Moor.
5 Rod. I would not follow him then.
lago. O Sir, content you;
Many a duteous and knee-crcoking knave, “ That doating on his own obsequious bondage, " Wears out his time, much like his master's ass, " for nought but provender ; and when he's old,
cashier'd ; Whip me such honest koaves Others there are, * Who, trimi'd in forms and visages of duty,
confuls, for couns lors,