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Ragged Dick and Mark, the Match Boy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Mark, the Match Boy, Chapters 24-26 Summary

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Mark, the Match Boy, Chapters 24-26 Summary

The men decide to visit Fort Hamilton when they all have a holiday off. Mark particularly looks forward to the outing. On the Fulton Ferry, they meet Mr. and Mrs. Clinton, who Dick and Henry know from the previous boarding house where they had lived. They decide to join Dick, Henry and Mark in their excursion. After dinner, the Clintons depart to visit friends.

On their way home, Henry sees a carriage overturned. When they stop to help, they find out that it is Frank Whitney's carriage. They drive Frank's uncle to the house of friends. Frank says he will be attending college in New York and looks forward to seeing them.

Mark receives a raise in wages in Chapter Twenty Five. Henry receives a letter from Mr. Bates. He has not found his grandson and wants...

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