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Flashman & the Angel of the Lord: From the Flashman Papers, 1858-59 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pgs. 221-265 Summary

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Pgs. 221-265 Summary

In the fourteenth chapter Flashy follows Brown's farewell to friends from Boston to New York in May 1859, during which Flashy studies Brown and hears lots of musings, including a description of Brown's preteen rage over the mistreatment of a slave boy and locating a runaway slave by the sound of his wildly beating heart. That is Brown's moment of revelation; Flashy cannot recall one. At a dinner in Boston, Flashy runs into the fat senator who tried to recruit him and tries to get a message through to Messervy about 4 July. Brown confronts the senator over the morality of the latest raid in Missouri. In June they go to Connecticut to see the pikes that Brown has ordered and Flashy is glad that money is being spent on such junk rather than real weapons. Delivery of 200 more cannot occur before August. Jerry, Joe, and Flashy...

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