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The System of the World - Book 8: Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Book 8: Chapter 11 Summary

The Black Dogg of Newgate, Oct. 4, 1714

Jack talks with a stranger at Newgate and Daniel overhears Jack tell the visitor that he has given Roger the original coins from the Pyx and that Daniel has hidden them in a vault under Clerkenwell Court. The visitor leaves and Daniel is sickened by what he has just witnessed.

Book 8: Chapter 11 Analysis

Jack has been telling Sir Isaac tales of conspiracy for more than two months and Sir Isaac listened eagerly. Jack knows his stories are lies, but Jack feels that he is keeping his options open and preserving his life a little longer by telling the people who visit what they want to hear. Daniel is angry at Jack for lying and at Sir Isaac for believing him, but Daniel's advantage is that Sir Isaac doesn't know that Daniel witnessed the exchange of words.

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