A Respectable Trade - Chapters Twenty-Nine through Thirty-Seven Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Chapters Twenty-Nine through Thirty-Seven Summary

Sarah goes to the warehouse and discovers the true state of their financial affairs, including the lack of insurance on one of the ships, the fact that they are indebted for much more than the cargo of any one of the ships, and that Josiah had ordered one of the captains to smuggle slaves to Spain for a higher profit. Josiah goes later to his Hot Wells, where an outside spigot used by the poor of the community is being closed off so that these undesirable, poor people will not be on hand to discourage the wealthy visitors to the spa. He also visits briefly with the "master of ceremonies" at the spa, who says that business will likely pick up in coming months and asks for permission to make some changes, including keeping the band on...

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