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

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Book 7: Chapter 7 Summary

Westminster Place, 25 June, 1714

Daniel writes to Enoch Root, a confidant and an alchemist in Boston and explains the happenings in London. He also requests that Enoch tell his son, Godfrey, of these happenings in case Daniel cannot return home.

Book 7: Chapter 7 Analysis

Daniel is unsure of the current circumstances and whether he will return home. The letter to Enoch explains his involvement and allows Daniel peace of mind should anything happen to him. It also helps Daniel make sense of the situation.

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