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The System of the World Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 8: Chapter 3 Summary

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Book 8: Chapter 3 Summary

The Kit-Cat Clubb, an hour later, Aug. 4, 1714

When Daniel introduces Leibniz as a new member of the club, Threader reminds Daniel that new club members need to be inducted. However, Threader quickly changes his mind when Daniel tells him who Leibniz is. This perplexes Sir Isaac.

The Clubb members decide that they must keep searching for the phosphorus maker, who they believe will answer many questions and conclude the infernal device investigation. Mr. Marsh introduces Henry Alanc's urine contact, a product heated to make phosphorous.

Book 8: Chapter 3 Analysis

Daniel is not convinced that Sir Isaac is completely in control of his mind at times and questions Sir Isaac's judgment and ability to make decisions. On the other hand, Sir Isaac is a suspicious of Daniel because he is now a regent and Sir Isaac feels that Daniel could divulge confidential information that could affect Sir...

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