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Beat to Quarters Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Unprosperous Voyage Summary

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The Unprosperous Voyage Summary

Part II consists of seven named and enumerated chapters including 8 - News From Europe; 9 - Lady Barbara Comes on Board; 10 - The Anchor; 11 - More News from Europe; 12 - Lady Barbara's Accomplishments; 13 - Meeting with Natividad; 14 - The Ships Dismasted; 15 - Refitting; 16 - Evening and Night; 17 - The Battle; 18 - Sunday Morning; 19 - Fresh Orders from Spain; 20 - The Isle of Coiba; and 21 - El Supremo Again. It is the second of three parts and is greatest in length. The middle part of the novel recounts the military adventures of Lydia along the Pacific coast of Nicaragua as she fights Natividad.

After transporting El Supremo, Lieutenant General Manuel Hernandez, and a rag tag army of five hundred men to La Libertad, Nicaragua, Lydia parts ways with Natividad. Lydia sails toward the pearl centers of Central America as Hornblower considers the likelihood of capturing...

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