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celebrated DIETETIC PREPARATION is presented with

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Here is the passage as in the Folio. Iago is speaking of
Othello:-

"Three Great-ones of the Cittie,

(In personall suite to make me his Lieutenant)
Off-capt to him: and by the faith of man

I know my price, I am worth no worsse a place.
But he (as loving his own owne pride, and purposes)
Evades them, with a bumbast circumstance,
Horribly stufft with Epithites of warre,

Non-suites my Mediators. For certes, saies he,

I have already chose my Officer. And what was he?
For-sooth, a great Arithmatician,

One Michaell Cassio, a Florentine.

(A Fellow almost damn'd in a faire wife)

That never set a Squadron in the Field,

Nor the deuision of a Battaile knowes

More than a Spinster. Vnlesse the Bookish Theoricke:
Wherein the Tongued Consuls can propose

As Masterly as he. Meere pratle (without practise)
Is all his Souldiership. But he (Sir) had th' election;
And I (of whom his eies had seene the proofe
At Rhodes, at Ciprus, and on others grounds
Christen'd and Heathen) must be be-leed, and calm'd
By Debitor and Creditor. This Counter-caster,
He (in good time) must his Lieutenant be."

The certain facts are that the shrewd, sche
experienced Iago deserved the position far
and his friendship with the Moor must b
pect it. But Michael Cassio was an old fr
the one who deserved most from both
and as messenger "went between them
a-wooing" with Othello. If Cassio hin
he would like to be a Lieutenant wha
The third scene of the third act shows
worthiness has been proved and he is
time when a good lieutenant should
ard, Desdemona's entreaty that he be
is answered with "I will deny thee n
sio was first appointed, since Othello
peace "for some nine moons," and an
such life, as his marriage shows, it w
risk if "in good time" Cassio shou
tion. Now from Iago's point of

intellectual, han Cassio, him to exDesdemona's

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in the Folio. Iago is speaking of

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Othello's "occupation" was have the best officers obtain he is persuaded to risk ev surely he is a fellow almost over him. The line then ment on Othello. As we ar sion Iago seeks to give, we ha for Cassio's appointment. 7 the line as referring to Iago the above has ever been off consideration of the next V

In Othello's account of h iii. 181, the Folio reads:

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