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Under the Jolly Roger: Being an Account of the Further Nautical Adventures of Jacky Faber Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 20 through 23 Summary

L.A. Meyer
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Chapters 20 through 23 Summary

In chapter twenty, Ned alerts Jacky there's another ship sighted. She is French and named L'Emeraude, which Jacky later names Emerald. They take her easily and the captain calls her pirate, prompting Jared to hit her. When they board, Jacky discovers the smell of smoke from one of the cabins and breaks in to find a man burning papers. Jared shoots the man as he is about to shoot Jacky and they discover from the papers that he is a spy. Jacky realizes the importance of the papers. Jacky knows she's soon going to be put off the Wolverine. She also knows there's a chance the government won't recognize the prizes taken by the men of the Wolverine and wants to be sure they them get a share of the money. She takes money from the spies aboard the ships and from their captains and...

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