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Quicksilver Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 15: Odalisque, pages 853-916 Summary

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Section 15: Odalisque, pages 853-916 Summary

Rossignol informs the King that he will lose England if he attempts to gain the Rhine, and he also notes that Eliza is pregnant. In Sheerness on December 11, 1688, Daniel sees King James in a tavern being beaten. He warns the bartender he will serve as a witness if any serious harm befalls that gentleman before traveling on to an inn where he relates his story and people take victuals to the King; though they want him gone, there is no reason to be inhospitable. Daniel convinces Mr. Bhnh to take him directly to the Tower of London where they are admitted because Daniel is admired by William's Dutch Blue Guards. Bob Shaftoe and Daniel go to Charing Cross to search for Upnor, and Daniel enters M. Lefebure's house of Alchemists where he finds John Locke, Newton, Fatio and the Earl of...

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