Sharpe's Gold: Richard Sharpe and the Destruction of Almeida, August 1810 - Chapter 13-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13-14 Summary

The men are uncovering the gold in chapter 13. Sharpe tells El Catolico that if any of his men pursue them once the Company leaves the village, his men have orders to shoot and kill. A demonstration of their shooting ability is given and the men are impressed.

Knowles walks up and is pleased to see the gold. Harper once again gets to tell his story about finding the gold, proud that he contributed so much to their mission. They uncover 63 bags of gold and proceed to study the coins. Each coin is worth quite a bit and they discover one bag of gold is missing. El Catolico says he used the gold, but when asked about Hardy, he denies knowing his fate. Teresa and El Catolico say the French have Hardy as their captive.

Sharpe decides to lock all the Spanish...

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