Jamaica Inn - Chapters 6-7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 6-7 Summary

In Chapter 6, the wagons come again in the night. Mary wakes and watches as the wagons are loaded. Mary begins wondering if Jem's visit is a coincidence or if he is the reason the wagons have come again. A few days later, Squire Bassat comes to Jamaica Inn with a servant. They have a warrant to search the inn. Mary lets them in because Patience is frightened and Joss is gone. The squire searches the entire house, including the locked room, but finds nothing. Mary lies to him, insisting that nothing illegal has happened in that inn. The squire does not believe her, but has no choice except to leave. When Joss returns, Patience is too upset to tell her side of the story clearly, so Joss asks Mary to tell it. Mary does and Joss asks why she lied for him. Mary insists she...

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