1. How do Captain Aubrey and Doctor Maturin lend their support to England in its war against France?
Captain Aubrey and Doctor Maturin demonstrate their support for England in its war against France by going to sea and joining the fight.
2. What makes Captain Griffiths waver in his determination to press home an attack against the French frigate that the Charwell has been chasing throughout the night?
Captain Griffiths wavers in his determination to press home the attack against French frigate because the Charwell's consort is damaged and lagging behind and because the French frigate is much larger and has greater firepower than the British warship.
3. What are some of the actions and activities that Aubrey engages in upon his return to England with Maturin demonstrate his wealth?
Captain Aubrey's rental of a gentleman's residence, retention of most of his ship's company as servants, along with his participation in sports associated with the wealthy, such as fox hunting and equestrian riding demonstrate his wealth.
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