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all will brides-maids be. Oh, hap - py day, with joy - ous glee They will a - way and mar - ri ed be.



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ACT II.

8<;emf. — A rtiined ehapd by ■nuxmligkt. Aislaa C, E., and L., | Gekeral Stanley dwco»«re<f aeal«<f iZ. C.ptfngivdy,turrmtn//si
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Fred. I will try, dear Mabel, but why does he sit, night
•fter night, in this draughty old ruin ?

General. Why do I sit here ? To escape from the pirates'
dutches I described myself as an or|)lian, and I am no orphan.
I came here to humble myself before the tombs of my ance.'^tors,
and to implore their pardon for the disgrace I have brought upon
them.

Fred. But you forget, sir. You only bought the property
a year ago, and the stucco on your baronial castle is scarcely dry.

General. Frederic, in this chapel are ancestors ; you can-
not deny that. I don't know whose ancestors they were, but I
know whose ancestors they are, and I shudder to think that their
descendant by purchase (if I may so describe myself) should



have brought disgrace upon what I nave no Oouut mu aa ua

stained escutcheon.

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reckless men would assuredly have called in the nearest clergj-
man, and have married your large family on the spot.

General. I thank you for your proffered solace, but it is un-
availing. At what time does your expedition march agsinii
these scoundrels ?

Fred. At eleven, and before midnight I hope to have atoned
for my involuntary association with these pestilent scourges by
sweeping them from the face of the earth.^And then, my Mabet
you will be mine I

General. Are your devoted followers at hand ?

Fred. They are ; they only wait my orders.

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