Under the Jolly Roger: Being an Account of the Further Nautical Adventures of Jacky Faber - Chapters 7 through 10 Summary & Analysis

L.A. Meyer
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Chapters 7 through 10 Summary

In chapter seven, Jaimy writes another letter to Jacky. This one is dated September 9, 1804, and is addressed from his home on Brattle Lane. He addresses it to "My dear lost girl." Jaimy says Judy showed up at his mother's home and revealed that Jacky had been sent away by Mrs. Fletcher. Jaimy confronted his mother who said she was doing what she thought was best for Jaimy. During the argument, one of Mrs. Fletcher's servants, a girl named Hattie, is slapped by Mrs. Fletcher and she reveals to Jaimy the stash of letters his mother has intercepted from Jacky. Jaimy is furious and leaves his mother's home, taking both Hattie and Judy with him. Jaimy says he's heard stories of a press-gang in the area on the day Jacky disappeared and he fears she's been taken captive. He says if she had only been less...

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