The French Naval Officer saves Bolton from being whipped
Fine, but Bolten from now on you have a very tight leash.
Thank you sir
Excuse Moi, I zu not believe zat he knows how to make tea.
Bolton asks Governor Shirley to be returned home
Dear Governor Shirley, I have been on quite an adventure. To begin it I was captured by a party of French and Indians who then brought me to Canada to be sold as a servant. I was bought by a French Naval Officer whose ship I was used on immediately. Thankfully the ship was captured by an English one. Unfortunately, I don't think that Lieutenant will return me under his own free will due to an incident, so I was hoping due to your government status you could order him to release me in Boston, I have a friend with a boat who can get me to Portland. Sincerely William Bolton,
Governor Shirley agrees to return Bolton
I'm sorry for the inconvenience.
Thank you sir
Bolton is saved again when Lieutenant Wallace decides not whip Bolton after the French Naval Officer (government) explains that Bolton doesn't know how to make tea (culture).
William Bolton saves Lieutenant Wallace
Get away from the poor old man you rasc..... Lieutenant Wallace?
Bolton writes to Governor Shirley of Massachusetts (government) requesting to return home to New Marblehead.
Lieutenant Wallace dies with William Bolton at his side
Governor Shirley orders Lieutenant Wallace (government) to return Bolton to Boston (geography), Bolton then got back to Portland (geography) via a friends ship.
Bolton sees a poor (wealth wise) (economics) old man being harassed by a bunch of boys. He saves the old man by whipping the boys with his horse whip\ , once they cleared he realizes the old man is Lieutenant Wallace. Bolton upon realizing that Wallace was the old man took him home to house and nurse him.
Many years later...
Lieutenant Wallace dies in William Bolton's house with Bolton at his side, Bolton was the saddest mourner. Bolton gave Wallace a nice Christian burial (culture).