Martin saves the lives of a dog and a cat and gains a magic ring. The ring wins him the hand of a princess, but she does not want to marry a poor man and has him put into a tower to starve, accused of witchcraft. But his faithful friends bring him the magic ring and food, and soon the King lets him out, and he forgives his wife.
The chancellor and the sub-warden discuss the populace who are actually saying more bread—less taxes.
The Molly is forced onto the breakers. Spike is willing to sacrifice all else for his own escape.
A story about how Paperarelloo got his name, and the grand deeds he performed.
Detailed information about the construction and features of the building which became known as Fort Marion.
Sir Pitt and Lady Jane visit the Rawdon Crawleys in London. Rebecca's attention to Sir Pitt does not sit well with Lady Jane.
A crowd continues to gather a the Place de Gréve hoping to witness the day's punishment. The crowd assaults the deformed Quasimoto before he receives his punishment. Esmeralda fulfills a request by the injured Quasimodo. The recluse screams her disapproval from afar.
Mulford swims for the boat. The group is reunited with Captain Spike, who tries to rid himself of Mulford.
King Louis XI, in Paris visiting, reviews the crown's expenditures, taking great pride in a specially designed cage in the Bastille. The Truand uprising continues as Gringoire is interrogated by the King.
While the party continues, Miriam takes a moonlit walk and is confronted by someone from her past. Noticing her terror, Donatello goes to her and threatens violence on her intruder.
The church breaks out is a sudden commotion when a dog has a run in with a beetle.
Oliver and his friends travel to meet Mr. Grimwig. Monks reveals more information about himself and Oliver. Rose finally agrees to marry Harry.
Du Bois discusses Albany, the heart of the Black Belt of the South.
Sydney Carton imagines a future far brighter than the one he is now witnessing.
Anne attempts to change her hair color, causing less than desirable results.
Becky gets acquainted with the Sedley household.
Following the failed mutiny, Hump remains in the sleeping quarters quietly listening to the disgruntled sailors before being called to Captain Larsen's cabin.
Esmeralda, awakened by the Truand's attack, is visited by Gringoire and a cloaked stranger. Claude Frollo presents Esmeralda with two choices. An angered Claude Frollo takes Esmeralda to see the recluse.
The boat avoids trouble. Captain Spike remembers Jack Tier. Mrs. Budd shows her interesting view of things. Jack Tier boards the Molly Swash. The captain disguises the boat.
Following a valiant fight against the Sioux's attack, Phileas leads a party to rescue the captured prisoners. Phileas' successful rescue of Passepartout is greatly received by Aouda. Phileas plans the next leg of his trip.
Thoreau goes through great labors to grow his field of beans.
Ishmael and Queequeg board the Pequod.
Huck tells Mary Jane the truth about the dauphin and the duke. The real Wilks brothers arrive just in time for the auction.
Mina and Jonathan marry. Mina and Lucy write each other. Dr. Seward tells more about Renfield. Arthur leaves Lucy to take care of is father. Dr. Jack Seward and Dr. VanHelsing care for Lucy who goes from better to worse.
The group rest in the Mohican hideout. As they sleep a strange cry is heard. Hawkeye goes out to investigate.