The Yellow Admiral - Chapter 4, pgs. 95-107 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, pgs. 95-107 Summary

During the transfer to the Bellona, the men, who are all experienced seamen, are concerned with proper procedure. Before they leave, Stephen checks Bonden's wounds received in the fight. The men transfer to the Bellona with all of the ceremony involved. There is more ceremony involved with Jack's arrival than with the others since Jack is a captain. Stephen is greeted by Mr. Sherman, who wants to talk to him and they discuss medical procedures for the treatment of wounds.

Jack meets with the Admiral and has to explain why he is late. He explains that he was away in London when the orders arrived and departed immediately upon learning of the orders. The Admiral had favored inclosure and told Griffiths. Jack tells him that the petition was defeated.

The admiral tells Jack that his frequent absences have resulted in disciplinary problems aboard...

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