Mary Barton - Chapter 30, Chapter 31, and Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30, Chapter 31, and Chapter 32 Summary

Chapter thirty shows that Job Legh goes to check on Jane Wilson, and tells her they have not found Will Wilson yet. He goes back to the lawyer to check if they are there, and then to the Joneses. Jem returns home, but cannot bring himself to tell Jane that there is not much hope. He says that Will Wilson has been found and is ready to testify to ease her heart. He says Will and Mary are going to stay at the Joneses, and that Jem will definitely be found innocent. Jane goes to bed.

Chapter thirty-one shows that Job Legh is still worried about Mary. The boatman, Ben Sturgis, takes Mary to his house, where he and his wife, Mrs. Sturgis, take care of her. Mary tells Mrs. Sturgis how she ended up there. That...

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