Here is another poor unfortunate boy for you to take in.
What's there problem!
Great another poor house!
Later street rat!
Later dirty, fithly, street rat!
Reverend Hunt praying for Samuel not to die when he fell ill on the boat.
Lord, Please don't let this child die to night, please Lord.
Reverend Hunt marrying Miss Ann Burras and John Layon.
Do you take each other to be husband and wife?
Then, I now pronounce you husband and wife.
The setting in this part of the story is at the orphanage belonging and run by the church. It shows one of Reverend Hunt's roles as a church leader when he was in London,England. It also shows the first time he met Samuel and without Samuel going to the orphanage Reverend Hunt couldn't have picked him to come to the new world and serve Captain Jon Smith.
In the setting of this particular part of the book they are in the boat headed to the new world and Samuel had fallen ill and was on the verge of death. Reverend Hunt chose to pray for a dying lower-class servant rather than letting him die.It showed part of his kind, caring nature towards people.
In this particular setting they are in the newly built church and Reverend Hunt is performing a marriage ceremony for Miss Ann Burras and John Layon. It shows one of the important acts that he did as a church leader in the new world.The setting was an influence on his feelings because being the first marriage in the new world it was a joyous occasion.