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The System of the World - Book 7: Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Book 7: Chapter 13 Summary

Clerkenwell Court, July 27, 1714

Arlanc escapes from prison and Daniel and Isaac assume that Jack has bribed the guards. According to Partry, in his enthusiasm to save Arlanc, Jack has forgotten another prisoner who is to be executed. This prisoner could provide answers to Jack's whereabouts. Partry suggests that Sir Isaac pay for a speedier execution and in return, the prisoner will divulge everything he knows about Jack. Daniel insists that they speed up their investigations because they are already behind their nemesis and the situation is becoming urgent.

Book 7: Chapter 13 Analysis

Sir Isaac and Daniel agree that they need to discover the truth soon because London and England are hostile and becoming increasingly dangerous as political unrest grows, especially because the Queen favors Bolingbroke and the Jacobites over the Tories. Because they fear rejection of the Hanoverians, Daniel and Sir Isaac agree to assist this...

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