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Ragged Dick and Mark, the Match Boy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Mark the Match Boy, Chapters 1-4 Summary

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Mark the Match Boy, Chapters 1-4 Summary

Dick tells Henry that he should try to collect the two thousand dollar debt that Hiram Bates had owed his father. Dick says that the man is now in New York and staying at the Astor House and he will go with Henry to see him. Dick is now a book keeper at Rockwell and Cooper. They continue their studies as they seek to improve themselves.

In Chapter Two, the two men go to the Astor House. Henry does not feel comfortable about the task. They go to Hiram Bates' room. Bates remembers Henry's father and is interested in Henry's story. He tells Henry about the investments he had made and how he has lost all of his money.

Chapter Three reveals that Bates never intended to cheat Henry's father and writes out a check for the...

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