A Place Called Freedom - Study Guide Chapters 24-25 Summary & Analysis

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The day of the trial, Cora, Peg and Mack are taken to the courthouse. Gordonson meets them there. When Cora and Peg go before the judge, Sir George appears and asks for them to be transported to the colonies instead of hanged. When it is Mack's turn, the government has a special prosecutor, Augustus Pym, but Gordonson is not allowed to speak for Mack. Mack has to handle his own defense. Mack is found guilty.

Reverend York, the pastor of the church in Heugh, was supposed to appear as a character witness for Mack. He goes to Lizzie's house and tells her about the coal mining accident at High Glen. Esther is among the dead. Finding out that she had been lied to about the mining at High Glen causes Lizzie to accompany Reverend York to the courthouse. Lady Hallim goes with them.

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