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Farewell, Frederic. When your process of extermination begins
let our deaths be as swift and painless as you can conveniently
make them.

Fred. I will. By the love I have for you, I swear it. Would
that you could render this exteruiination unnecessary by accom
panyiiig me back to civilization !

King. No, Frederic, it cannot be. I don't tiiink much of
our profession, but, contrasted with respectability, it is compar-
atively honest. No, Frederic; I shall live and die a pirate
king.



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.J fit I Song, the King, Samuel, and all the Pirates, except Fred-
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dou-n C, foUoived by Ruth.)

Ruth. Oh take me with you ! I cannot live if I am left
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Fred. Ruth, I will be quite candid with you. You are very
dear to me, as you know, but I must be circumspect. You see,
you are considerably older than I : a lad of t\veuty-oue usually
looks for a wiie of seventeen.

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tl ouaand!

Fred. No, but I shall find you a wife of forty-seven, and
tliai is quite enough now. Ruth, tell me candidly and without
reserve; compared with other women, how are youf

Ruth. I will answer you truthfully, master : I have a slight
'old, l)ut otherwise I am quite well.

Fi;ld. 1 :ini suriv tor your cold, but I was referring rather
to your personal appearance. Compared with other women, are
you beautiful ?

Ruth. ^Bashjully.) I have been told so, dear master.

Fred. Ah, but lately ?

Ruth. Oh no ; years and years ago.

Fred. But what do you think yourself?



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a fine woman.

Fred. That is your candid opinion 7

Ruth. Yes : I should be deceiving vou if I told you other-



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would not practise on my inexperience. I wish to do the right
thing, and il^— I say, t/— you are really a fine woman, your ag9
shall be no obstacle to our union. (Shakes hands vrUh her.)

(Chorus of girls heard in the extreme distance, "Climbing otwr
rocky mountairts," etc. See entrance of girls.)

Fred. Hark ! surely I hear voices. Who has ventured to
approach our all but inaccessible lair? Can it be custom-uouse ?
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Ruth. {Aside.) Confiision ! It is the voices of young girls !
If he should see them I' am lost.

Fred. ( Climbing rocky arch R. C. and looking off L.) By
all that's marvellous, a bevy of beautiful maidens !

Ruth. {Aside.) Lost! lost! lost!

Fred. How lovely, how surpassingly lovely, is the plainest
of them ! What grace ! what delicacy ! what refinement ! and
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