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Page 19 - The pirate ship has got the pinnace steered straight on to the rocks! But I'ma fool to expect to control my master. He bought me to obey him, not to give him orders. ( To the sailors) Come along, you, so I can come back and pick him up in time. Orders is orders! (They depart.) ACT III SCENE I (Several hours have elapsed.