Under the Jolly Roger: Being an Account of the Further Nautical Adventures of Jacky Faber - Chapters 24 through 31 Summary & Analysis

L.A. Meyer
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Chapters 24 through 31 Summary

In part two, chapter twenty-four, Jacky arrives in port at Brighton with a crew made up of men who wanted only to get back home. Jacky then goes to the Sir Henry Dundas, First Lord of the Admiralty. She has a difficult time gaining access to the man but eventually does and trades the information she's gained from the pirates for a Letter of Marque which will allow her to capture ships attempting to smuggle goods through the English blockade. Jacky knows they gave her the letter because they believe she doesn't have a ship and would never be able to use the letter. Jacky can't find a crew willing to sail for her because she's a girl. She encounters Ozgood who is running from a mob. She comes up with an idea for him to pretend to be captain and he gets into the...

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