Frederick was mistakenly apprenticed to a pirate (instead of a pilot)
Fred. Yes, I have done my best for you - and why? It was my duty under my indentures - I was formally apprenticed to your band - it was through an error - no matter - the error was ours, not yours, and I was in honour bound by it.
King. Good lad good lad.
Fred. But tomorrow my obligation ceases. Personally I love you, but professionally I abhor you - as it was my duty to serve you faithfully when I was your apprentice, so it will be my duty to devote myself heart and soul to your extermination, now that I am out of my indentures -
King. Then do I understand that you consider all dishonesty wrong?
Fred. It is always rash to generalize, but I certainly think that, as a rule, acts of dishonesty are to be deprecated.
Samuel. I can scarcely blame you for leaving us - We don’t seem to
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