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.
Miss Rose, surprised by the age of the would be burglar, begs Mrs. Maylie not to send the boy to prison. Summoned by Brittles, police officers from London arrive to sort things out.
Lorry and Miss Pross discuss the relapse with Dr. Manette. Steps are taken to prevent further relapses.
Abbe has his third attack.
After Smollett refuses Silver, a battle ensues and Jim and most of the others return safely to the stockade.
When the island is spotted ahead, Capt. Smollett consults his map, which Jim recognizes. Jim confides in Trelawney and Smollett Silver’s plans and Trelawney regrets his hiring of the crew. Smollett urges everyone to stay alert.
Darnay and Lucie marry and leave for their honeymoon. Dr. Manette is not well.
Clara and Ida carry out their scheme. Ida plays with chemicals in the kitchen while Clara reads maps and aspires to be a pilot. Meanwhile, they are learning to smoke and drink, all to their father’s horror.
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.
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.
Dr. Manette persuades the tribunal to keep Darnay alive. A new position allows Dr. Manette to keep an eye on Darnay.
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.
After a glass of rum, Billy’s strength is renewed and plans to outrun his pursuers. Jim’s father dies and Jim encounters a blind man who gives Billy a pirate summons. Billy is worried and suffers a fatal stroke.
Darnay makes an admission to Dr. Manette and asks for a promise. Dr. Manette asks for a promise in return from Darnay.
Darnay is escorted back to his cell. There is little hope of compassion for the condemned Darnay.
The jelly fish, who originally had a shell and four legs, fails in a mission for the Dragon King of the Sea. As punishment his bones are removed, and he is beaten into a pulp. Thus the modern jelly fish was created.
When a little dog named Duchess gets an invitation to tea at the home of Ribby the cat, she becomes dreadfully afraid that Ribby is going to serve her mouse pie. Duchess bakes a delightful veal and ham pie and comes up with a very clever plan to substitute her own pie for Ribby’s. However, both of their pies become mixed up and each becomes dreadfully afraid that they have eaten a patty-pan.
by Hugh Lofting
Polynesia, having already convinced the doctor to take a vacation, attempts to influence even more. Doctor Dolittle and his friends begin their trip home.
Walter speaks to Mrs. Clements. She reveals Anne's actions during the time at Blackwater and leading up to her mysterious disappearance.
Miss Crawley receives various tokens of appreciation. Lady Jane makes a positive impression.
by Anna Sewell
A servant contracted by Count Fosco relates the events that took place at St. John's Wood during Lady Glyde's stay.
George continues his attempts at join a local club. Reverend Drew asks for George's assistance.