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It is Othello's pleasure, our Noble and ValiantIt is Othello's pleasure, our noble and valiantOth II.ii.1
Generall. That vpon certaine tydings now arriu'd, importingGeneral, that upon certain tidings now arrived importingOth II.ii.2
the meere perdition of the Turkish Fleete: euery man putthe mere perdition of the Turkish fleet, every man putOth II.ii.3
himselfe into Triumph. Some to daunce, some to makehimself into triumph: some to dance, some to makeOth II.ii.4
Bonfires, each man, to what Sport and Reuels his additionbonfires, each man to what sport and revels his addictionOth II.ii.5
leads him. For besides these beneficiall Newes, it is theleads him. For, besides these beneficial news, it is theOth II.ii.6
Celebration of his Nuptiall. So much was his pleasure celebration of his nuptial. So much was his pleasureOth II.ii.7
should be proclaimed. All offices are open, & there isshould be proclaimed. All offices are open, and there isOth II.ii.8
full libertie of Feasting from this presenr houre of fiue,full liberty of feasting from this present hour of fiveOth II.ii.9
till the Bell haue told eleuen. Blesse the Isle oftill the bell have told eleven. Heaven bless the isle ofOth II.ii.10
Cyprus, and our Noble Generall Othello. Cyprus and our noble General Othello!Oth II.ii.11