When Isabelle heard commotion in the town square she saw Curzon, "He was toward the end of the line. with the other enlisted slaves, his head bent forwad, his face invisible." (Halse 204).
Take the Bread to the prison it has a note in it.
When Isabelle came into th prison she saw, "The cell was a little bigger than the one I had been confined in......... There was no fire, nay, not even a hearth where it could burn" (Halse 218).
When Madam told Isabelle she knew she was stopping at the prision, She said "You represent this house girl. Your vistits put us under suspision of having rebel tendencies..... I forbid you to go to the prision." (Halse 245).
Isabelle sees Captin Morse he wispers, " 'Take it to Diblin' he said fighting a smile. 'Theres a note baked inside' " (Halse 254).
After Madam demanded to see the note Isabelle had from Captin Morse, she took action, "I threw the captins note into the fire. Hannah gasped. Madam shreiked and pushed me out of the way, but the paper was already alight." (Halse 281)
I will sell you!
When Isabelle and Curzon were escaping, fireworks went off and distracted the soilders, "The dog lifted his head. He stared right at me a barked. One of the soilders, startled, shouted 'Look at that!" at pointed to the sky. The heavens exploded into the red glare of rocketed and white fountains of light." (Halse 298)