This chapter details Oxford's trips to France and Italy. Anne's pregnancy afforded Oxford freedom to travel, as he is guaranteed an heir, which he presumes will be male. He also presumes on the patience of his creditors, and that he will have funds left from his journey to settle his debts. The chapter also describes the birth of Oxford's daughter.
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