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Am.. He has acted shamefully!

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his seuse of duty has endeared him to me tenfold ;' but if it wa.s
his duty to constitute himself my foe, it is likewise mi/ duty to
regard him in that light. He has done his duty ; I will d>,
"uine. Go ye and do yours. (_Exit Mabi:u R. J. E.)



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we repeat we cannot understand it.

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our best to capture these pirates alone. It is most diitressing to
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prived of that liberty which is so dear to all, but we should have
thought of that before we joined the force.

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