The Yellow Admiral - Chapter 2, pgs. 24-51 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, pgs. 24-51 Summary

Jack and Stephen decide to hunt the next morning. Jack shows Stephen the library and justice rooms. Jack serves as a magistrate for the manor. As they look over the guns, they discuss finances and the fact that they are both experiencing financial difficulties. Stephen's fortune was seized in Spain and Jack's problems stem from litigation due to the seizure of slave ships. Both men have their pay from the service.

Jack shows Stephen around the grounds as they hint. They talk about the inclosures whose purpose is to increase the supply of corn. Jack explains how he will oppose them in a parliamentary committee. Inclosure is where the common land is divided up among people. Jack does on to explain his functions as lord of the manor.

The children find Jack and Stephen to tell them that a letter has been delivered...

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