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The System of the World - Book 8: Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Book 8: Chapter 24 Summary

Clerkenwell Court, Oct. 23, 1714

The king's messenger raids the court hoping to find a second mint, but Sir Isaac realizes that they will not find anything there. Sir Isaac makes a snide remark as he passes Daniel, telling him that they will search Bridewell and the Bank of England if necessary.

Book 8: Chapter 24 Analysis

Daniel realizes that White's death has created a dilemma for Sir Isaac because he no longer has the proof he needs or a confession. Daniel believes that Sir Isaac is expecting him to provide the answers and proof, which he will not. Knowing the whereabouts of the Solomonic gold gives Daniel power.

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