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like to have some idea of what's going on.
Kate. Oh, papa ! we —

Samuel. Permit me ; I'll explain it in two words : we pi»i
pcse to marry your daughters.

General. Dear me !

Ona£. Against orur wills, papa — against our wills I

General. Oh, but you mustn't do that. May I aek — thiB
is a picturesque uniform, but I'm not familiar with it — what are
you?

King. We are all single gentlemen.

General. Yes, I gathered that. Anything else ?

King. No, nothing else.

Edith. Papa, don't believe them. They are oirates — the
famous Pirates of Penzance !

General. The Pirates of Penzance? I have often heard
of them.

Mabel. Yes, all except this gentleman (indicating Fred-
eric), who was a pirate once, but who is out of his indentures
to-day.

General. But wait a bit I object to pirates as sons-in-
law.

King. We object to major-generals as fathers-in-law. But
we waive that point ; we do not press it, we look over it.

General. (Aside.) Hah! an idea! (Alotid.) And do you
mean to say that you would deliberately rob me of these the
lole remaining props of my old age, and leave me to go through
the remai~^e- o^ life unfriended, unprotected, and alone?



Kino. VV all, ye« ; that's the idea.

(iGNERAU Tell me, have you ever known what it ia te h« aa

rphan ?

All the Pirates. (^Disgusted.) Oh, da«h it all I

King. Here we are again 1

Gkneral. I ask you. Have you ever known what it k to b*
an orphan ?

King. (Sighing.) Often.

General. Yes, orphan. Have you ever known what it ia tc
be one ?

King. I say, often.

All. {Disgusted.) Often! often! often! (Turning away.)

General. I don't think we quite understand one another.
I ask you, Have you ever known what it is to be an orphan!
and you say " Orplian." As I understand you, you are merely
repeating the word " orphan " to show that you understand me.

King. I didn't repeat the word "often."

General. Pardon me ; you did indeed.

King. I only repeated it once.

General. True, but you repeated it.

King. But not often.

General. Stop ! I think I see where we are getting oob-
fiised. When you said " orphan " did you mean " orphan," a
person who has lost his parents, or " often," frequently ?

EIlNQ. Oh, I beg your pardon ! I see you mean frequeotlT'

General, Ah, you said " often " frequently.

King. No, only once.

Generau Exactly^ you said " oft'^n, fre<)ueniiv," only onoe



Finale — Act I.

Mabel, Kate, Edith, Frederic, Samuel, King, Major-General, Ruth, S Chorus.

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