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The System of the World - Book 7: Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Book 7: Chapter 14 Summary

Golden Square, July 28, 1714

Bolingbroke calls a meeting to ascertain the intentions of the all-powerful politicians in London. On the outskirts of the city, rebel armies of Tories and Jacobites wait to storm the city and begin a civil war. Bolingbroke has the Pyx and Sir Isaac and Daniel hope to strengthen Lord Ravenscar's standing by capturing Jack and exonerating the Pyx. This would considerably weaken Bolingbroke, a Whig and make Ravenscar, a Tory, victorious.

Book 7: Chapter 14 Analysis

Roger, also known as Lord Ravenscar, consults with Daniel before heading into the meeting with Bolingbroke. Roger is very nervous and wants to ease his tension with alcohol, which Daniel advises against. Daniel tells Roger about the prisoner who holds the key to Jack's capture. Ravenscar offers this man freedom and farmland in Carolina if he proves his worth. Daniel agrees to meet Ravenscar in an hour to...

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