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The System of the World Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 7: Chapter 19 Summary

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Book 7: Chapter 19 Summary

Monmouth Street, July 28, 1714

Princess Caroline and Johann, both disguised as noblemen, ride towards London, while Eliza, disguised as Caroline, boards a carriage to distract spies who have gathered. A man riding a black steed follows Johann and Caroline because he suspects that they are not who they say they are. A fight erupts between Johann and this man when the man signals for Caroline's execution. Johann's brave maneuver helps Caroline escape and she eventually ends up at the Kit-Cat Clubb, where she asks for Daniel.

Book 7: Chapter 19 Analysis

The plan to help Princess Caroline escape London and board a Hanoverian sloop waiting for her in the bay backfires. The original plan of escape becomes far more complex than imagined. Political circumstances are volatile and with Caroline dead the Hanoverian succession of England will be restricted. This is her attacker's main objective and why Caroline's life...

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