The undead climb relentlessly the wall of the Tower of London while being pulled back by Defoe and his crew, waiting the King's army. Faust appears in Tomazine dreams to reclaim his part of a bargain she made once, being pregnant and a sea Wolf. She would do anything for someone who got rid of her unborn child. She learns that apparently it was Faust's "Angels" that had do the job, and now he wants her to betray Defoe by letting the reeks get into the tower. On top of that, he shows her her fully grown child, Sean (now Fifteen), and threatens to harm him if she don't obey his order (6 pages).
In French, abortionists where called "faiseuses d'Anges" (i.e. Angel maker).