The Arrival of Billy Bones to ‘Admiral Benbow Inn’
January 1, 1761
A sailor that calls himself a captain arrives to ‘Admiral Benbow’, the main character’s home, and demands a room. He proceeds to settle down at the Admiral Benbow Inn, drink a ton of whiskey, and tell terrifying stories about life on the high seas.
Jim confides in Dr Livesey
January 9, 1761
Jim comes away with a packet of papers from Billy Bones. He decides to bring the papers to Doctor Livesey, the local judge.Jim finds Doctor Livesey at the squire's house (a squire is a local lord). The squire is Mr. Trelawney. Doctor Livesey and Squire Trelawney both agree that Captain Flint is a famous pirate and that Jim's packet of papers must contain a treasure map to Flint's fortune.
The death of Billy Bones
January 9, 1761
A blind man appears at the Inn looking for the captain. This man is Pew, and he orders that the captain meet his old shipmates at 10 o'clock that night. The blind man leaves, the captain jumps up, and then he falls over dead from a heart attack.
Squire Trelawney hires a ship and a crew and they start their voyage
January 11, 1761
Squire Trelawneyfinds a delightful man, an old cook with one leg named Long John Silver who willingly volunteers to help him choose his crew. Squire Trelawney is really impressed by Long John Silver's manner and intelligence, so he basically hands over the hiring duties to him. Squire Trelawney also finds a nice ship, the Hispaniola, and a captain, Captain Smollett. Then they start their voyage
Jim’s discovery of the crew
January 12, 1761
Jim wakes up to overhear Long John Silver talking to a young sailor, Dick Johnson, trying to persuade Dick to join Long John Silver and his men. Long John Silver knows exactly where the Hispaniola is heading, because he used to be part of Captain Flint's crew as well. He realizes that the crew is just biding its time until they reach the island, when the sailors plan to rise up against Captain Smollett, kill all the non-pirates, and steal Captain Flint's treasure.
Arrival to the Island
January 13, 1761
The Hispaniola arrives at the island and the mood of the crew is clearly growing ugly. But they don't actively mutiny. Captain Smollett sends two thirds of the crew onto the island to stretch their legs. When the crew is ashore, he and Doctor Livesey ambush the remaining six sailors and lock them below decks. Then they go ashore find an abandoned fort and set up there after a brief fight with a group of surprised crewmen.
Jim meets Ben Gunn and decide to go to set the Hispaniola adrift from its anchor
January 13, 1761
Ashore, Jim finds a man on the island, Ben Gunn, who sailed with Captain Flint. Ben was marooned on the island three years earlier, so he's a little nutty, but he agrees to help Squire Trelawney and Doctor Livesey in exchange for a thousand British pounds, freedom, and some cheese. Then Jim finds Ben’s little boat and goes to set the Hispaniola adrift from its anchor.
Jim murders Israel Hands
January 14, 1761
Jim gets on board the Hispaniola again. He sees that Israel Hands has murdered O'Brien, but he has also been badly injured. Israel Hands isn't strong enough to steer the ship by himself, so he and Jim strike a deal to bring the ship around to the North Inlet of the island to beach it safely. Once they arrive at the North Inlet, Israel Hands tries to murder Jim, but Jim gets in a lucky shot, and Israel Hands falls dead into the sea below. Jim climbs down from the ship, wades to shore, and climbs back up to the fort.
Doctor Livesey deceives Long John Silver
January 15, 1761
Jim arrives to the Fort, where he is suprise by Long John Silver’s crew and take as a hostage. Long John Silver’s crew is angry that they haven't found the treasure and now the ship is gone. Long John Silver is sure the pirates are going to rise up against him if he shows his confusion or any sign of weakness. So he keeps Jim close to him. Doctor Livesey comes by the fort as part of their truce and treats the injured and sick pirates. Jim manages to get word to him that Long John Silver seems to be flipping sides and that Jim has beached the Hispaniola on the north end of the island. Doctor Livesey warns Long John Silver that there will be trouble if he goes to look for the treasure, and then Doctor Livesey heads off into the forest.Long John Silver uses the treasure map to lead Jim and the remaining pirates to the place marked on the map. They find that the treasure has already been dug up. The pirates turn on Long John Silver but he and Jim are save by Doctor Livesey, Abraham Gray, and Ben Gunn.
Jim and his crew sail home
January 18, 1761
It was Ben Gunn who dug up the treasure and moved it to his cave, two months before the Hispaniola even arrived at the island. They all carry the treasure back to the beached Hispaniola, leave some supplies for the pirates they are planning to abandon on the island, and sail away. The only men left on the Hispaniola are Doctor Livesey, Squire Trelawney, Jim Hawkins, Abraham Gray, Ben Gunn, and Long John Silver. Long John Silver slips away from the ship as soon as they dock at a nearby port to restock their crew and supplies. Ben Gunn gets his thousand pounds as a reward for his help and then spends it all and winds up a beggar again. Abraham Gray, the loyal sailor, saves his money and starts a good life. And everyone else gets plenty of treasure.