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The System of the World Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 7: Chapter 6 Summary

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Book 7: Chapter 6 Summary

Clerkenwell Court, June 19, 1714

Daniel, Eliza and Caroline arrive in London and Daniel introduces them as his nurse, Gertrude Von Klotze and her half-sister, Hildegard Von Klotze. Daniel gives the women a guided tour of the court.

Book 7: Chapter 6 Analysis

Daniel needs additional financial support for his research and inventions, so he shows Caroline how the logic mill is progressing. Eliza is skeptical about the philosophers' ideas and she questions what the financial backing will fund and how this invention will benefit others. Daniel feels that protecting the women's identities while in London ensures their safety, especially when political tension is volatile and no one can be trusted.

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