• Charlotte is a young lady of a wealthy family who is being led by a hired man to the Seahawk, a ship that is to take her back to her home in America.
• When Mr. Grummage tells Charlotte that Captain Jaggery is the captain of the Seahawk, the man carrying her luggage drops it and refuses to go any further.
• A second man is hired to carry the luggage, but he, too, drops the load when he sees which ship he is to load the cargo on.
• While Charlotte waits for Mr. Grummage to confer with the captain, she looks at the ship. She notes that the figurehead looks more like an avenging angel than a docile seahawk.
• When Mr. Grummage comes back, he tells Charlotte that the two families she was to travel with have canceled, and she will be traveling alone.
• Mr. Grummage has...
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