What is the summary for Chapter 32 of Rob Roy?

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Jarvie protests Morris’s death as cold-blooded murder. When Helen asks him if he is not afraid to follow, Jarvie replies that, sooner than proclaim Morris’s death as lawful execution and in spite of the relationship between himself and Rob Roy, he would die alongside Morris than testify that murder was not murder. Helen is seemingly impressed with Jarvie’s courage, and says no more to him.

Helen then asks Frank if he is Rashleigh...

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