Master Georgie - Chapter 3, Plate 3 1854 "Tug-of-War Beside the Sweet Waters of Europe" Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Plate 3 1854 "Tug-of-War Beside the Sweet Waters of Europe" Summary

Master Georgie, Dr. Potter, Myrtle, Beatrice, Annie, and the children set out for Constantinople on the 27th of February on the steamer, Cambria. The ship is also filled with two hundred British soldiers on their way to the impending war in the Crimea. Dr. Potter has tried to talk Annie out of coming on this dangerous journey, but to no avail. Myrtle had been in favor of her coming, he says, on account of the children. The steamer is crowded, the food is excellent, he notes, and Beatrice is seasick for most of the journey. The ship's collie has puppies, and one of them is earmarked for the children. George has been drinking to excess on the trip.

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