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The System of the World Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 7: Chapter 22 Summary

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Book 7: Chapter 22 Summary

Bolingbroke's house, Golden Square, the same time, July 28, 1714

Bolingbroke and Ravenscar discuss the situation at hand. From the rooftop, they witness many bonfires being lit on the outskirts of and throughout London. From this vantage point, Ravenscar can see Daniel and Sir Isaac's carriage returning as the angry Tory and Whig mobs begin marching on the city, initiating a civil war.

Ravenscar and Bolingbroke retire to his office and he presents Roger with a warrant for the trial of the Pyx. From the office window, Roger can see Daniel below, who signals that Jack has been captured and has revealed everything. Ravenscar conveys this information to Bolingbroke, hoping to undermine his confidence.

Book 7: Chapter 22 Analysis

Moments before the civil war erupts, Roger and Bolingbroke are on the rooftop arguing about who will succeed Queen Anne. While Ravenscar feels confident that George Louis of Hanover shall...

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