The Morning Introduced in Some Pretty Writing. A Stage Coach. The Civility of Chambermaids. The Heroic Temper of Sophia. Her Generosity. The Return to It. The Departure of the Company, and Their Arrival at London; With Some Remarks for the Use of Travellers
It's seven in the morning, and Mrs. Fitzpatrick and Sophia are ready to hit the road with their Irish nobleman.
Sophia gives the landlord a present to make up for his bloody nose from Mrs. Honour.
She notices that her hundred-pound note has suddenly gone missing.
That's really bad, since that money is all that she has in the world.
She decides that she must have dropped it when she fell off her horse in the dark in Book 11, Chapter 2.
She gives up worrying about it, since there is nothing else for her to do.
Incidentally, the landlord is very happy with his present from Sophia.
The narrator won't tell us how much it was for.
Sophia, Mrs. Fitzpatrick, and the Irish nobleman only take two days to travel to London.
Nothing really happens on their trip, so the narrator is going to skip over it.