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Most absurdly whimsical. Five and a quarter !
No one would think it to Lok at rae.

Ruth. You are glad now, I'll be bound, that you spared us.
Ifou would never have forgiven yourself when you discovered
that you had kOlcd two of your comrades.

Fred. My comrades?

King. I'm afraid you don't appreciate the delicacy of your
position. You were apprenticed to us —

Fred. Until I reached ray twenty-first year.

King. No, until you reached your twenty:first birthday
(producing document), and, going by birthdays, you are as yet
only five ana a quarter.

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diat?

King. No, we merely remind you of the fact, and leave the
rest to your sense of duty.

Fred. ( Wildly.) Don't put it on that footing. As I was
merciftil to you just now, be mercitui to me. I implore you not
to insist on the letter of your bond just as the cup of happiness
is at my lips.

Ruth. We insist on nothing. We content ourselves with
pointing out to you your duty.

Fred. Well, you have appealed to my sense of duty, and my
duty is only too clear. I abhor your infamous calling, I shudder



at the thought that I have ever been mixed up with il, >hiI dot/

is before all. At any cost, I will do my duty.

Kino. Bravely spoken ! Come, you are one of us onoe more.

Fred. Lead on, I follow ! (Suddenly.) Oh, horror]

King and Ruth. What is the matter ?

Fred. Ought I to tell you ? No I no I I cannot do it ; and
yet, as one of your band —

King. Speak out, 1 charge you, by that sense of cooaateti
tiousness to which we have never yet appealed in vain.

Fred. General Stanley, the father of my Mabel—

King and Ruth. Yes ! yes !

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the girl I adore, but as your apprentice I have no alternative
It is my duty to tell you tliat General Stanley is no orphan.

King" a7i(/ Ruth. What?

Fred. More than that, he never was one !

King. Am I to understand that to save his contemptible
life he dared to practise on our credulous simplicity ? (Fked
nods as he weeps.) Our revenge shall be swift and terrible. We
will go and collect our band and attack Tremorden Castle this
very night.

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