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DISCOVERIES

IN

HIEROGLYPHICS,

AND

Other Antiquities.

IN PROGRESS TO WHICH

MANY FAVORITE COMPOSITIONS ARE PUT IN A LIGHT NOW ENTIRELY NEW,

AND SUCH AS RENDERED THEM INFINITELY MORE AMUSING,

AS WELL AS

MORE INSTRUCTIVE, TO READERS OF EARLIER TIMES.

BY ROBERT DEVERELL, ESQ.

WITH ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-SIX WOOD ENGRAVINGS,
AND SUNDRY PLATES CONTAINING VARIOUS

GROUPES OF FIGURES.

Ergd alte vestiga oculis, et ritè repertum
Carpe manu.

Virg.

IN SIX VOLUMES.

VOL. III.

London:

PRINTED BY J. GILLET, CROWN-COURT, FLEET-STREET;
AND SOLD BY W. CLARKE, BOND-STREET; PAYNE, PALL-MALL;
WHITE AND COCHRANE, FLEET-STREET; HEARNE, 218,
TOTTENHAM-COURT-ROAD; AND HAMILTON,

PATERNOSTER-ROW.

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O T H E L L 0,

THE

MOOR OF VENICE.

VOL. III.

DRAMATIS PERSONÆ.

Duke of Venice.
BRABANTIO, a noble Venetian.
GRATIANO, Brother to Brubuntio.
Lodovico, Kinsman to Brabantio and Gratiano.
OTHELLO, the Moor, General for the Venetians in Cyprus.
Cassio, his Lieutenant-general.
Lago, Standard-bearer to Othello.
Rodorigo, a foolish Gentleman, in love with Desdemona.
MONTANO, the Moor's Predecessor in the Government of Cyprus.
Clown, Servant to the Moor.
Herald.

DESDEMONA, Daughter to Brabantio, and Wife to Othello.
Æmilia, Wife to Iago.
BIANCA, Courtezan, Mistress to Cassio,

Officers, Gentlemen, Messengers, Musicians, Sailors, and

Attendants.

SCENE, for the First Act, in Venice; during the

rest of the Play, in Cyprus.

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