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Rebellion Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Nine Summary

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Chapter Nine Summary

Serena is deeply unhappy and fairly certain that Brigham will stay in England with his wealth and parties and ladies to call on. She believes France will move on England, as well, and the Prince at that time will sway the French toward his cause. The previous year France had planned to invade England and wanted Charles on the throne because he would be dependent upon France, but their fleet was wrecked and the mission abandoned. Now the French King bides his time while Brigham tries to rally Jacobies in England to support the Stuarts. Serena feels that Brigham will always be tied to England as she is to Scotland.

Brigham found her in tears, riding her horse, and threatened her when she defied him. He tells her he has had enough of her insults, that he is proud of his name and lineage and...

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