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The System of the World Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 6: Chapter 13 Summary

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Book 6: Chapter 13 Summary

The Kit-Kat Clubb

Daniel meets Dappa at the Clubb and Daniel is certain that they are being watched. They quietly discuss the Minerva and the diagrams Daniel has seen of the ship. Daniel tells Dappa that he knows that under the ballast, marked as antifouling plates, are sheets of gold used to forge guineas and he warns Dappa that he is not the only one. Daniel suggests that as a shipmate of the Minerva, Dappa quickly dispose of the sheeting by other means before he is caught. Daniel is aware that Comstock is watching them, so he stops talking about the matter. Comstock and Peer, a writer for the "Lens" newspaper and Daniel's half-nephew, join Daniel and Dappa and discuss where Eliza's loyalty lies.

Book 6: Chapter 13 Analysis

Daniel is listening to everyone's philosophies and systematically trying to draw his own conclusions. Daniel believes that Dappa...

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