Othello Act 1 quotes

Roderigo “Tush, never tell me! I take it much unkindly that thou, Iago, who has had my purse as it the strings were thine, shouldst know.”
Iago ” This countercaster, he, in good time, must his lietenant be, And I- gloss bless the mark!- his moorship ancient.”
Iago “Tis the course of service, preferment goes by letter and affection, and not by old gradation, where each second stood heir to the first.”
Iago “I follow him to serve my turn upon him.”
Iago “I am not what i am”
Brabantio ” The worser welcome. I have charged thee no to haunt about my doors. I honest plainess thou hast heard me say, my daughter is not for thee”
Brabantio “Thou art a villian”
Iago “Though i do hate him as i do Hell pains, yet for necessity of present life, I must show out of flag and sign of love, which is need a sign.”
Brabantio ” Oh heaven, how got she out? Oh, treason of blood! Fathers, from hence trust your daughter’s minds.”
Iago ” Yet do i hold in very stuff o’ the conscience to do not contrived murder.”
Othello “Let him do his spite. My services which i have done the signiory shall out tongue his complaints.”
Othello “My parts, my title, and my perfect soul shall manifest me rightly. Is it they?”
Iago “By Janus I think not.”
Othello “Keep up four bright swords for the dew will rust them.”
Barbantio ” O thou, foul thief, where hast thou stowed my daughter? Damned as thou art, tho has inchanted her.”
Barbantio “She is abused, stol’n from me and corrupted by spells and medicines brought of montebacks.”
Othello ” Rude am I in speech, and little blest with the soft phrase of peace.”
Brabantio ” A maiden never bold, of spirits so still and quiet that her motion blushed at herself, and she- in spite of nature, of years, of country, credit everything- To fall in love with what she feared to look on.”
Othello “She loved me for the dangers I had passed, and i loved her that she did pity them.”
Brabantio “Come hither moor, I never do give thee that with all my heart which, but thou has already, with all my heart i would keep thee.”
Duke “To mourn a mischief that is past and gone is to the next way to draw new mischief.”
Desdemonia “That I did love the Moor to live with him.”
Othello “So please your grace, my ancient, a man he is honesty and trust, to his conveyance i assign my wife.”
Brabantio “Look to her, moor, it thou hast eyes to see. She has decieved her father, and may thee.”
Othello “My life upon her faith.”
Iago ” When she is sated with his body, she will find the error in her choice.”
Iago ” I hate the Moor, and it is though abroad that ‘twixt my sheets he’s done my office.”
Iago “The moor is of a free and open nature that thinks men honest that but seem to be so.”