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Drums of Autumn - Part Seven, Chapter Twenty-Six, Plague and Pestilence, Chapter Twenty-Seven, Trout Fishing in America, Chapter Twenty-Eight, Heated Conversation, Chapter Twenty-Nine, Charnel Houses Summary & Analysis

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Part Seven, Chapter Twenty-Six, Plague and Pestilence, Chapter Twenty-Seven, Trout Fishing in America, Chapter Twenty-Eight, Heated Conversation, Chapter Twenty-Nine, Charnel Houses Summary

Claire's measles patient dies and as they decide the most respectful and safe way to bury him, Lord Grey develops measles symptoms. Jamie and William leave to visit the Indian village to discuss the dead Indian's burial and Ian remains with Claire to care for John.

Jamie and William get off to a rough start on their trip because William doesn't want to leave his stepfather in such a grave state. After a day of bickering they find amicable ground when Jamie teaches William to fish.

Claire is left to nurse John Grey and Ian, who falls ill soon after Jamie leaves. Late...

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