Treason's Harbour - Chapter Four Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Four Summary

Although Jack would have preferred himself to be Mrs. Fielding's suitor, he appreciated Dr. Martuin's friendship so much that he did not hold his apparent affair with Laura against him. Aubrey helped Dr. Maturin arrive promptly for his business meeting in the morning and then set off for the docks. Aubrey checked first on his ship, Surprise, and then he checked his crew. Although diminished in number, many of his crew reported for roll count, and those that remained were fiercely loyal to him.

Next Aubrey met with the Admiral who delivered a mix of news. The first piece of information was that one of his ships, the Worcester, was being retired from service. Aubrey had long ago resigned himself to this possibility so did not offer a response. The second and more promising bit of information came from their discussion...

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