Much Ado About Nothing

Act III, Scene III: What seems to be Dogberry's primary concern in his instructions to the volunteer watchmen?

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Dogberry's primary concern is not having to be disturbed from his sleep and have to deal with anyone. We get the sense that he would rather sleep than do his job.