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In Chapter One the aristocrats traitors to France were trying to get through the Barricades so they would no longerhave to be slaves of the king Many though would get caught go to trial and be sent to the guilliotine In order toaviod this awful fate they would try to disguise themselves to get through Men dressed as women children asbeggars etc Sergeant Bibot who protected the West Gate Barricade would catch almost everyone At one pointthough so many people had escaped that they had to double the guards at each gate They were in charge of finding aman called The Scarlet Pimpernel He and a group of Englishmen were responsible for the growing number ofescaping aristocrats At the end of the chapter the Sergeant lets a lady with a cart through the gates after she tellshim that her cart carries her grandson who was ill of the plague or smallpox they werent quite sure Bibot wasapproached soon after by a general and a small band of his men who were searching for The Scarlet Pimpernel whotold Bibot that he had just let the infamous man go through the gates The general and his men raced out of the gatesafter the cart and Bibot found out later that the general was the The Scarlet Pimpernel and his army was a groupThis Chapter takes place in The Fishermans Rest an inn owned and operated by Mr Jellyband and his daughterSally In this chapter a group of fishermen who are staying at the Rest talk about what is going on in FranceChapter Two is continued in this Chapter In it it is discussed how Marie Antoinettes friend was killed and howmany peoples only sin are their aristrocated names Although Burke was trying to get the British government to fightthe revolutionary government of France Mr Pitt did not feel that their country was fit enough to engage in anotherwar As for Mr Jellyband and his fellow John Bulls
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