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Rebellion Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Ten Summary

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Chapter Ten Summary

With all the comforts and pleasures of being back in London, Brigham's heart is still in Scotland with Serena. He has been delayed longer than planed, with the English Jacobites hesitating to risk their lives for the untried Prince Charles. Brigham has spoken to them of the Scottish clans' support and of the Prince's communications. However, the people of England reluctant to be charged with being Stuart sympathizers for fear of imprisonment and deportation and loss of their land, titles and wealth at a time when war with France seems inevitable. England is becoming dangerous for Brigham, as a rebel, and he decides he will return to England with Serena to toast the true king and his regent, Prince Charles. The Earl of Whitesmouth arrives with news that one of their colleagues, Miltway, drank too much and told his mistress about the plans for a...

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