The Admiral sells his pension and gets £5,000. Harold returns to his parents after meeting with his creditors and tells them the sum owed is less than expected. They rejoice and Harold runs to Dr. Walker to return his cheque. Dr. Walker tells Harold how his father obtained the money and he runs back to the Admiral and demands that he get his pension back.
How princes should behave when ruling states acquired by force, and the difficulties of maintaining states acquired by inheritance.
After dropping anchor, Trelawney allows the men to head to the island on a diversion leaving the honest crew men to take control of the ship. Silver and the other pirates plan to look for the treasure and Jim stows away with them to spy. When he is spotted, he runs away.
by Hugh Lofting
An introduction by Hugh Walpole.
Lorry and Miss Pross discuss the relapse with Dr. Manette. Steps are taken to prevent further relapses.
After Smollett refuses Silver, a battle ensues and Jim and most of the others return safely to the stockade.
An explanation of important terms.
Dr. Livesey takes over the narration. He confesses his and Smollett’s concern for Jim’s safety. Livesey goes ashore and finds a stockade. He and the others load the ship with provisions. Smollett gives Abraham Gray, a sailor who was in with the mutineers, one more chance to join the good side.
Gretel uses her wits in order to avoid punishment.
Darnay and Lucie marry and leave for their honeymoon. Dr. Manette is not well.
by Mark Twain
Huck takes the money from the dauphin, intending to return it to the Wilks family.
by O. Henry
A dog despises the masters coddling treatment.
Utterson finds Jekyll, with a letter from Hyde. Utterson consults Mr. Guest regarding the letter.
The author poses some questions about principles of motion.
Abbe Busoni visits Valentine on her deathbed to pray for her.
by Mark Twain
Tom is brought to the Phelps house, still healing from his wounds. Jim is re-captured after sacrificing his freedom in order to save Tom. Tom reveals the late Miss Watsons' final wishes in regards to Jim's freedom.
When the pirates begin to mutiny again, a gunshot kills several pirates and Abraham, Livesey, and Gunn emerge. Ben reveals that he found the treasure first and hid it in a cave. The group goes to where the treasure is and they rejoice in their new fortune.
The author permitted to see the grand academy of Lagado. The academy largely described. The arts wherein the professors employ themselves.
A man tries to fool animals in order to get food for supper, but the King of Wolves sees through his trick.
Black Dog enters the inn and asks for an old friend by the name of Billy Bones. By his description, Jim recognizes him as the old sailor staying with them. Billy tries to kill Blackl Dog with his sword and has a stroke. Dr. Livesey cares for Billy.