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The System of the World Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 8: Chapter 13 Summary

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Book 8: Chapter 13 Summary

The tap room, Fleet Prison, Oct 14, 1714

Daniel and Saturn sit in the tap room, a tavern inside the prison. They drink ale and ponder how to release the Shaftoe boys from their guarded room. Their plan allows the three men to escape to America.

Book 8: Chapter 13 Analysis

Daniel and Saturn's plan succeeds without too many complications and it does not draw needless attention to them. Daniel takes the Shaftoe boys to see their father before he puts them aboard a boat bound for Carolina. Jack feels that while he may never see his sons again, he has lived up to his promise and provided for them in a moment of need. This proves that Daniel is a man of his word and someone who can be trusted, guaranteeing that Jack will be loyal to Daniel when he provides evidence to convict White.

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