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Under the Jolly Roger: Being an Account of the Further Nautical Adventures of Jacky Faber Setting & Symbolism

L.A. Meyer
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Objects/Places

The Dolphin

This is the ship Jacky arrives on as the story opens.

Epsom Downs

This is the racetrack where Jaimy is with his cousin when Jacky sees him and assumes he has a girlfriend.

Bloody Jack

This is the name of the book written about Jacky by her friend, Amy Trevelyne.

Wolverine

This is the name of the ship under Captain Scroggs' command.

The Emerald

This is the ship Jacky takes as a prize and commands until it's taken back by the navy.

The Emilie

This is the first ship Jacky and the crew of the Wolverine take as prizes.

The Jan Wemple and the Heloise

These are the second and third ships Jacky and the crew of the Wolverine take as prizes.

Waterford

This is where Jacky sails with the Emerald, apparently under Ozgood's command though he is actually taking orders from her.

Letter of Marque

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