Inchcape Jones drives Martin to the village of Carib

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Inchcape Jones drives Martin to the village of Carib, worse stricken than Blackwater. The rat-fleas  have infected the ground squirrels, and Carib has death in every house. The horrors that Martin  beholds almost turn him from his determination to experiment as Gottlieb had ordered. Since  Inchcape Jones does not understand the need for experimentation, Martin calls on the governor,  Colonel Sir Robert Fairlamb. Sir Robert and Lady Fairlamb are at dinner when Martin arrives. At first,  Sir Robert listens politely but later loses his temper and tells Martin that he will do all that is possible  to prevent "Yankee vivisectionists" from experimenting in his domain. Thanks to Sondelius, however, Martin is able to present his case before a special board composed  of the governor, Inchcape Jones, Sondelius, Oliver Marchand, and a few others, while Leora listens  to her husband's address from the back of the room. All except Stokes and Marchand are against 
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