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Jeeves Takes Charge Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

Wooster sets off to a pre-arranged meeting with Bingo, who wants to know what he thought of Charlotte. On the way he bumps into Bingo and his uncle, Lord Bittlesham. The latter is looking decidedly ill, and tells Wooster that he has received a threatening letter and is in fear of his life. He believes it is the work of the sinister bearded man from Hyde Park. Lord Bittlesham wants to inform the police, but Bingo hurriedly says that he will take the matter into his hands and find the man himself. He bundles his uncle into a taxicab.

Bingo admits to Wooster that he wrote the threatening letter to his uncle, and reveals that his uncle has given him £50 expenses to find the writer of the letter. Bingo is going to bank the money, and put it all on Ocean Breeze to win the Goodwood Cup...

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