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001:01;001[' ]| Enter Iago and Roderigo. 001:01;001[H ]| Tvsh, neuer tell me, I take it$6@2$ much vnkindly 001:01;001[H ]| That$3$ you Iago, who$6@1$ has had my purse, 001:01;001[H ]| As if the strings were thine, should'st know of this. 001:01;001[G ]| S'blood, but you will$1$ not heare me, 001:01;001[G ]| If ever I did dreame of such a matter, abhorre me. 001:01;001[H ]| Thou toldst me, thou didst hold him in$4$ thy hate. 001:01;001[G ]| Despise me if I do not: three great ones of the Citty 001:01;001[G ]| In$4$ personall suite to$9$ make me his Leiutenant, 001:01;001[G ]| Oft capt to$4$ him, and by$4$ the faith of man, 001:01;001[G ]| I know my price, I am worth no$2$ worse a place. 001:01;001[G ]| But he, as louing his owne pride and purposes, 001:01;001[G ]| Euades them, with a bumbast circumstance, 001:01;001[G ]| Horribly stuft with Epithites of warre: 001:01;001[G ]| And in$4$ conclusion, 001:01;001[G ]| Non-suits my mediators: for$3$ certes, sayes he, 001:01 . . .