CRANFORD EPISODE 5 LYRICS

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BELL TOLLS

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Mary!

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Mary! Mary!

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Was it you who arranged
for the bells, Miss Smith?

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Perhaps.

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We knew you'd settled
on a quiet wedding,

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but still thought a little
celebration warranted!

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What next then, Mrs Hearne?

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I'm gonna cook us our wedding
breakfast. Eggs and ham.

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You can sit beside the range
in your new chair, and watch me.

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But I'll want you to eat up sharp
and get out from under me feet.

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Poor Miss Matty's not had her
pudding these past three weeks.

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She's going to fade away!
I don't understand why
she's putting up this front.

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Everybody knows that bank went down.
They don't know she had
everything she owned in it!

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Anyway, I'm not sure it's
any of our business, Jem.
You made it our business.

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You moved us in here to lodge!

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I'm sorry it has come to this.
My mother's glad of the money.

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I've brought you a book of verse.

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It has that poem you like so much
by Mr Gray.

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Miss Smith?

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I was aware Mrs Rose
is staying at Miss Pole's.

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But I didn't know she had
taken all her furniture!

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Dr Morgan sent a wagon for it.

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Have you seen Sophie?

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She's gone away,
to an aunt in Shropshire.

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I just don't know how
this trouble came about.

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I swear to you, I sent no
valentine other than to Sophie!

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Mary!

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I must speak with you.

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I cannot invite you to take tea.

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Mrs Rose is in the parlour
and in the grip of melancholy!

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I said to her, "The tragedy
of your situation, my dear,

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"is that you've been
so very credulous,

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"not only could you perceive no harm
in that vile man's actions,

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"but you actually believed
he had your interests at heart!"

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Married people are all the same, they
leave their judgement at the altar.

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Do you know she'll not let me
reapply the blacking to her hair?

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There's a great grey streak
right down her centre parting!

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Is it true about Miss Matty?

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That she's lost all her money,
and is destitute?

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I never thought I would see the day
when I would part with these.

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They were our father's.

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I cannot recall ever seeing him
without a book in his hand,

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or on the desk before him.

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They are so very fine,
and they have been little used.

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Perhaps it is right that you
should let the Rector buy them.

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I think it is absolutely right.

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It will add much
to the sum of his knowledge,

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and something to the contents
of your purse.

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I thought they would always
remain in the family.

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But after our father died,

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Deborah and I discovered that he had
willed them to our brother, Peter.

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Mary knows all about Peter.

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He was a scapegrace. He would
have thumbed his nose at them.

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But father always hoped
that he would come home again.

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If you'll pass me another
sheet of paper, Jessie,

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we can get these parcelled up.

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I shall see about some tea.

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We have a deal in common, you and I.

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We have both seen a sister buried,

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and had someone dear to us
go off to India.

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Did Peter go to India?

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He wrote me a letter from there.

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Just once.

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He spoke of sending me
some muslin for a gown.

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But it never arrived.

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It is such a distant place.

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So many things must get lost
on the journey.

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Do you ever listen
for footsteps in the street?

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At night, when you're sitting alone?

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Major Gordon mostly called
on horseback.

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But I cannot deny that sometimes,

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when I hear the clip of hooves,

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something inside me leaps up
for a moment.

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And I wish it did not.

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For I think it is not the
despair that hurts one,

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but the hope.

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Would you pass me the string?

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Good afternoon, Mr Carter.
Good afternoon.

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I walked up through the woods today.

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There was a wild bee orchid,
right beside the path!

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That is a rare thing.
I should like to see it myself.

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I had hoped to return there
with my sketchbook.

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Tomorrow, if I can,
before it has a chance to fade.

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Miss Galindo, do you,
by any chance, know

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how the deeds to Hanbury Court
came to be in the possession

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of Lady Ludlow's bank?

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Her ladyship expressed a desire to
see them, perhaps three weeks ago...

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Her talk had turned to reminiscence,

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and to her family's importance
in the history of England.

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It was after that that she said...

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she would like to see the deeds,

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for some of the dates
had escaped her memory.

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And so, to please Lady Ludlow,
you came into my office,

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and you unlocked the drawer,
and you took these documents away?

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Yes, I did.

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Miss Galindo,

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Lady Ludlow has mortgaged
the estate,

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against my advice,
without my knowledge,

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and as a direct consequence
of your a**istance!

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You left me with no choice,
Mr Carter.

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I knew you wouldn't sanction it, and
so I dealt directly with the bank.

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The power to make that decision
was entirely yours, my lady.

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I thank you
for that acknowledgement.

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I hope you see I do this
out of concern for my estate,

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and not the lack of it.

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My lady, money could have been
raised in other ways.

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Do not even speak to me
of the railway!

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I saw for myself the path
it would slice across my land.

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I saw which fields would be
devoured, which buildings tumbled!

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And the damage to Hanbury
would be irreversible.

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Domestic economies are possible.

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If you close the main house
and move into the eastern wing,

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we could reduce your staff
by 40 or more.

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And what will become of those
whom I dismiss?

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House for their livelihood.

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My lady, you house and wage one man

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whose sole occupation
is the winding of your clocks!

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I have a great many clocks, Mr
Carter, and Will Jones is mute.

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Were it not for his position here,
he would be in the workhouse,

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an institution I've heard
you say that you abhor.

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My duty is sacred.

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When I die I will hand my son
his inheritance intact.

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With a mortgage on it.

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Mortgages are there

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to be paid off.

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With what, my lady?
You have no money!

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Your funds cannot support this.

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I'm sorry I must speak so plainly.

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Are you, Mr Carter?

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Yes.

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Because it grieves you.

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What is it, Mary, dear?

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Nothing.

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BELL TINKLES

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We, the ladies of Cranford, are
assembled in Mrs Forester's parlour

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today, in order that we might
resolve upon something.

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Miss Smith,

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yesterday afternoon I conversed with
all the ladies present here today,

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on the subject of the misfortune
which has befallen our dear friend,

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Miss Matilda Jenkyns.

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I imagine none of us
is what may be called...

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"rich",

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though we all possess a genteel
competency, sufficient for tastes

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that are elegant and refined,

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and would not, even if they could,
be vulgarly ostentatious.

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And every last one of us
has agreed...

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...has agreed...

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that whilst we have a penny to spare,

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it would not only be our duty,

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but a pleasure... A real pleasure!

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...for each of us to give
what we can to a**ist her.

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Mrs Forester, please, you're
betraying your emotions! I'm sorry.

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I can hardly think of what to say,

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in the face of such generosity.

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You need say nothing.

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We all know that if
the position was reversed,

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Miss Matty would be the first
to offer help to others.

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Even now she worries most about
ten shillings owing to the butcher,

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because he is a widower with twins!

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I'm sure that we can deal with that.

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My sister and I are customers
of Mr Goddard.

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And... and of course
we're also agreed,

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that we wish to contribute our aid
in a secret and concealed manner,

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so as not to hurt
Miss Matty's feelings.

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That was my suggestion.

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I understand better than anyone

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that sense of delicate independence,

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which exists in the refined female.

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So, we will each write down
in a sealed paper,

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what we can afford to give,

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after which, Miss Smith, we hope
you will confer with Captain Brown,

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and devise some scheme by which the
money can be passed to Miss Matty

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without her knowing it is really
from her friends.

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The most important thing

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is that it should somehow
seem to be her proper due.

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Perhaps as a result
of miscalculation.

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By the bank.

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Yes!

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By the Town and...

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Mrs Forrester!

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There's no need to mention
the establishment by name.

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Mary!

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Mary!

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Mary!

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The truth is, Mary, dear,

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I really have very, very
little to live upon.

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Less than £100 a year!

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You have no need to make any such
confession to me, Mrs Forester.

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I could not bear you to think that
the smallness of my contribution

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in any way reflected
the affection and regard

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I have for dear Miss Matty.

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I do not doubt you
have given all you can.

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When we were both quite young,

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I was 20,
and she a year or two above,

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my mother lay dying.

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I had had to go to market,
with some plover's eggs,

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and as I drew near to Cranford,

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I saw Miss Matty with a man.

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Mr Holbrook?

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Holding a posy of primroses.

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Mr Holbrook was talking to her
in a low voice.

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And I heard the words,
"Please think again, I beg you."

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Kept picking at the primroses.

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I remember... the petals, in the mud.

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I... I tried to creep past unseen.

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It seemed such a very
private interview.

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She put her hand on my arm,
and asked how my mother was!

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And when I cried, she comforted me.

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Even though her own heart
must have been so very full.

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I have loved her ever since.

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And that is why I am sorry
I cannot give more.

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When I invited you
to Cranford, Frank,

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I thought we would be
of help to one another.

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You could build a reputation, and
I begin to retire from my practice.

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But no-one will see you
since this scandal!

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I work harder than I did before,
and your good name is in tatters.

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But Dr Morgan,
I never courted Mrs Rose!

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Or Caroline Tomkinson!

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I fear you must move on.

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I must seek a new a**istant,
and you must start afresh.

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Somewhere where you are not known.

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It seems to me, Miss Matty,
that the miscalculation by the bank

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has been your greatest
good fortune to date.

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You will be in receipt
of £50 pounds per year

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in addition to the £13
and 16 shillings

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you originally thought
you were left with.

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And with Martha and Jem paying me
rent, and the sale of the books,

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will I have enough to live on?

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You will still be living on half
the income you previously enjoyed.

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You will have to add to it,

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or else give up this house.

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Miss Matty, we wondered if you
might consider setting up a school.

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Well...

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If I was not expected
to teach mathematics,

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or French,

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or accomplishments.

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And I would not care
to teach the globes,

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for I never did like the notion
that the world is round.

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It makes me feel so giddy.

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I suggest you open up a shop.

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A shop?

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In this dining parlour.

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What kind of a shop?

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I would advise you to sell
some sort of commodity

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called for on a daily basis.

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Tea would be ideal.

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00:18:02,930 --> 00:18:05,130
I couldn't. I couldn't!

249
00:18:05,170 --> 00:18:06,450
To go into trade...

250
00:18:06,490 --> 00:18:10,570
I'm sure your friends will accept
it, and admire your common sense.

251
00:18:10,610 --> 00:18:13,450
Tea really is a very genteel
form of trade, Miss Matty.

252
00:18:13,490 --> 00:18:18,001
It is purchased by people of every
class. Including the most superior.

253
00:18:20,530 --> 00:18:25,670
At least it is not
a sticky form of merchandise.

254
00:18:25,710 --> 00:18:28,958
For I could never bear to handle
things that leave a residue.

255
00:18:30,490 --> 00:18:33,970
I'm not sure that I could
possibly consider it.

256
00:18:34,010 --> 00:18:37,490
I might offend Mr Johnson,
by going into competition...

257
00:18:37,530 --> 00:18:38,912
Would you like me to ask him?

258
00:18:40,330 --> 00:18:42,514
...without consulting him.

259
00:19:03,930 --> 00:19:06,890
Good morning, Mrs Johnson.
Good morning, Miss Jenkyns.

260
00:19:06,930 --> 00:19:09,120
Last time you were
looking at the silks.

261
00:19:10,130 --> 00:19:11,369
I was.

262
00:19:11,370 --> 00:19:14,250
But today I should like
to confer with Mr Johnson.

263
00:19:14,290 --> 00:19:15,933
What is it regarding?

264
00:19:19,210 --> 00:19:20,495
Tea.

265
00:19:22,730 --> 00:19:26,730
And if you would be so kind
as to tell Miss Matilda

266
00:19:26,770 --> 00:19:29,410
there has been an error
in your butchery accounts,

267
00:19:29,450 --> 00:19:31,149
we would be sincerely grateful.

268
00:19:31,150 --> 00:19:34,190
It would be my pleasure,
Miss Tomkinson.

269
00:19:34,230 --> 00:19:37,890
She was compassion itself
when the good Lord took my wife.

270
00:19:37,930 --> 00:19:41,689
And Mr Goddard, how are
those dear little twins?

271
00:19:41,690 --> 00:19:43,210
Oh, they're weaned already,

272
00:19:43,250 --> 00:19:45,750
and the boy has begun to take pork.

273
00:19:45,790 --> 00:19:48,870
Did you hear that, sister? Pork!

274
00:19:48,910 --> 00:19:50,337
Pork.

275
00:19:52,110 --> 00:19:56,274
It is testament
to your talent as a parent.

276
00:19:59,670 --> 00:20:04,690
There was less noise when the
walls of Jericho were tumbled!

277
00:20:04,730 --> 00:20:06,180
And less dust!

278
00:20:09,890 --> 00:20:14,630
Dear Mr Johnson said my dining room
would make a very fine shop!

279
00:20:14,670 --> 00:20:18,530
By the by, Mary, do not
stint upon the a**am.

280
00:20:18,570 --> 00:20:21,470
I stood by his counter
for an hour yesterday,

281
00:20:21,510 --> 00:20:23,810
and they were selling it
hand over fist!

282
00:20:23,850 --> 00:20:27,310
I will stock any sort of tea
except the green kind.

283
00:20:27,350 --> 00:20:29,230
So fearfully bad for the digestion.

284
00:20:29,270 --> 00:20:32,570
I must say it will be bolstering
to Cranford's reputation,

285
00:20:32,610 --> 00:20:35,812
having a second place
to purchase tea.

286
00:20:36,870 --> 00:20:40,250
We will lose such face when
we're left with just one doctor!

287
00:20:40,290 --> 00:20:41,530
Is Dr Harrison leaving?

288
00:20:41,570 --> 00:20:45,210
The man cannot remain!
There has been such vicious gossip!

289
00:20:45,250 --> 00:20:47,410
And Caroline Tomkinson
has been made ill,

290
00:20:47,450 --> 00:20:49,290
clutching at that wretched valentine

291
00:20:49,330 --> 00:20:52,570
and weeping over it
till it's more smeared and blotted

292
00:20:52,610 --> 00:20:54,490
than it was when it arrived.

293
00:20:54,530 --> 00:20:56,870
He is doubtless waiting
for a moonless night,

294
00:20:56,910 --> 00:21:00,550
so he might slink away
without having stones thrown.

295
00:21:00,590 --> 00:21:03,250
There's a letter come.
I think it's for Miss Smith,

296
00:21:03,290 --> 00:21:06,595
but the hand's so blotched and
scratchy I can scarcely make it out.

297
00:21:07,870 --> 00:21:09,930
Who is it from, Mary, dear?

298
00:21:09,970 --> 00:21:11,454
It's from Dr Marshland.

299
00:21:14,890 --> 00:21:19,250
I am aware that this is a matter
of the utmost delicacy.

300
00:21:19,290 --> 00:21:22,130
But if we can prove the valentine
was in another's hand,

301
00:21:22,170 --> 00:21:24,451
don't you agree
everyone would benefit?

302
00:21:27,190 --> 00:21:29,130
Oh, get it out of the drawer.

303
00:21:29,170 --> 00:21:30,574
What care I about it now?

304
00:21:42,650 --> 00:21:45,670
I think we have found our culprit.

305
00:21:45,710 --> 00:21:48,110
It is the same hand. Unquestionably.

306
00:21:48,150 --> 00:21:49,759
Dr Marshland's hand.

307
00:21:51,550 --> 00:21:54,250
You're in correspondence
with Dr Marshland?

308
00:21:54,290 --> 00:21:57,930
Yes. He prescribes my spectacles.

309
00:21:57,970 --> 00:22:02,090
These were sent to
Lizzie and Helen Hutton.

310
00:22:02,130 --> 00:22:04,810
I show them not to increase
your embarrassment,

311
00:22:04,850 --> 00:22:08,090
but rather to diminish
your distress.

312
00:22:08,130 --> 00:22:10,610
You were not singled out
for mockery.

313
00:22:10,650 --> 00:22:12,850
Are you seeking to defend
that Irishman?

314
00:22:12,890 --> 00:22:14,690
No.

315
00:22:14,730 --> 00:22:17,272
I am not.

316
00:22:18,830 --> 00:22:20,830
I do not pretend to understand

317
00:22:20,870 --> 00:22:24,450
the nature of friendship
between men, Dr Marshland,

318
00:22:24,490 --> 00:22:28,610
but surely in its better points
it resembles that between women?

319
00:22:28,650 --> 00:22:32,010
Where, then, was your loyalty
to Dr Harrison?

320
00:22:32,050 --> 00:22:33,970
Where was your kindness and respect?

321
00:22:34,010 --> 00:22:38,010
And where now is your compassion?

322
00:22:38,050 --> 00:22:41,090
His career is ruined,
his reputation savaged,

323
00:22:41,130 --> 00:22:43,450
and his courtship annihilated,

324
00:22:43,490 --> 00:22:46,112
all by your wilfully
mischievous hand.

325
00:22:47,610 --> 00:22:52,390
I urge you, sir, to apply your wits
to the resolution of this disaster,

326
00:22:52,430 --> 00:22:55,150
as greatly as you did
the manufacture of it.

327
00:22:55,190 --> 00:22:58,129
You may yet salvage
your connection with Dr Harrison,

328
00:22:58,130 --> 00:23:02,130
but I fear my regard for you
will not recover.

329
00:23:02,170 --> 00:23:03,620
Right you are, ma'am.

330
00:23:06,650 --> 00:23:07,651
Sophie?

331
00:23:09,490 --> 00:23:11,139
Sophie!

332
00:23:13,210 --> 00:23:14,450
Sophie!

333
00:23:18,290 --> 00:23:20,554
Sophie, are you ill?

334
00:23:21,650 --> 00:23:24,650
Seeming more yourself.

335
00:23:24,690 --> 00:23:26,493
So did I, Miss Smith. So did I.

336
00:23:28,170 --> 00:23:29,614
Walk on.

337
00:23:35,150 --> 00:23:39,730
I should say that apart from the
infamous springs of that coach,

338
00:23:39,770 --> 00:23:42,270
the only disorder

339
00:23:42,310 --> 00:23:44,410
is in her heart.

340
00:23:44,450 --> 00:23:46,010
Is it diseased?

341
00:23:46,050 --> 00:23:49,069
Well, not in any way I can help.

342
00:23:49,070 --> 00:23:52,209
It has been woken up to love,

343
00:23:52,210 --> 00:23:55,170
and found love wanting.

344
00:23:55,210 --> 00:23:57,350
I warned him not to hurt her!

345
00:23:57,390 --> 00:24:00,970
I sat with him, l-I spoke
to him, quite seriously,

346
00:24:01,010 --> 00:24:04,470
and respectfully,
as though he were a gentleman!

347
00:24:04,510 --> 00:24:07,470
Mm. I thought only to advise him
on his medical manner.

348
00:24:07,510 --> 00:24:10,529
Much good that did.
Caroline Tomkinson was his patient!

349
00:24:10,530 --> 00:24:14,637
And as for Mrs Rose! I've had to
prescribe a tonic for her spleen.

350
00:24:18,610 --> 00:24:23,270
Lavish your daughter
with eggs and affection.

351
00:24:23,310 --> 00:24:26,694
A girl's heart is a stouter
organ than is realised.

352
00:24:28,150 --> 00:24:29,458
KNOCKING

353
00:24:30,470 --> 00:24:31,990
Dr Harrison.

354
00:24:32,030 --> 00:24:35,230
I came to enquire after Miss Hutton.
Miss Hutton's not to be distressed.

355
00:24:35,270 --> 00:24:36,969
And I'm under orders.

356
00:24:36,970 --> 00:24:39,630
If you come anywhere near
I'm to go straight to the Rector.

357
00:24:39,670 --> 00:24:41,894
Good afternoon, Dr Harrison.

358
00:24:48,030 --> 00:24:50,339
KNOCKING

359
00:24:58,590 --> 00:25:01,310
I a**ure you, Mr Carter,
I had not the least notion

360
00:25:01,350 --> 00:25:04,830
what Lady Ludlow intended to do with
the deeds! I am quite sure of that.

361
00:25:04,870 --> 00:25:06,510
Just as I am quite sure that no...

362
00:25:06,550 --> 00:25:10,139
no-one on this earth, man or woman,
could have stopped her.

363
00:25:16,230 --> 00:25:21,390
I think perhaps the stems of those
flowers are still a little moist.

364
00:25:21,430 --> 00:25:23,699
I should not like you
to stain your cuff.

365
00:25:29,990 --> 00:25:34,230
Lady Ludlow was brought up
in a different century, Mr Carter.

366
00:25:34,270 --> 00:25:37,070
She's had but two tasks
in her lifetime -

367
00:25:37,110 --> 00:25:40,233
to bear her children,
and preserve her land.

368
00:25:41,270 --> 00:25:43,150
The very thought
of that mortgage

369
00:25:43,190 --> 00:25:45,230
must pierce her
like a shard of glass.

370
00:25:45,270 --> 00:25:46,469
It pierces me.

371
00:25:46,470 --> 00:25:49,350
I've worked beside her
these last ten years.

372
00:25:49,390 --> 00:25:51,591
Oh, pray! Don't think
I disregard that.

373
00:25:52,870 --> 00:25:56,078
Hanbury has been such
a large part of my life.

374
00:25:57,390 --> 00:25:59,830
I was not yet 30
when I applied to Mr Boatman,

375
00:25:59,870 --> 00:26:01,320
who managed the estate then.

376
00:26:03,110 --> 00:26:06,591
He trained me in his ways, he even
let me get married to his daughter.

377
00:26:07,930 --> 00:26:10,433
My wife had a little
money of her own.

378
00:26:11,510 --> 00:26:12,570
And when she died,

379
00:26:12,610 --> 00:26:15,530
it was put to me that I could
buy myself a small farm,

380
00:26:15,570 --> 00:26:18,033
start afresh away from her memory.

381
00:26:20,310 --> 00:26:25,919
But I could not part with the past,

382
00:26:29,250 --> 00:26:34,650
I was persuaded by a friend to
invest in his mill, up in Halifax.

383
00:26:34,690 --> 00:26:36,130
And without further effort,

384
00:26:36,170 --> 00:26:39,230
I made more money than I could
earn in 30 years at Hanbury.

385
00:26:39,270 --> 00:26:42,450
But when I went to see
the place that made me rich,

386
00:26:42,490 --> 00:26:43,650
it sickened me.

387
00:26:43,690 --> 00:26:47,670
There were children there,
dragging great sacks of wool,

388
00:26:47,710 --> 00:26:50,992
sleeping under looms in exhaustion
- so pitiful it tore my soul.

389
00:26:52,010 --> 00:26:55,430
I pulled my thousands out of there,
and just put them in the bank,

390
00:26:55,470 --> 00:26:57,193
where they grow still.

391
00:26:58,930 --> 00:27:01,410
And I cannot bear to touch them.

392
00:27:03,370 --> 00:27:05,678
I sometimes wonder if

393
00:27:05,718 --> 00:27:09,482
the presence of money isn't more
unsettling than the lack of it.

394
00:27:09,522 --> 00:27:13,166
If only Lady Ludlow had come
to see me about the mortgage!

395
00:27:13,206 --> 00:27:15,248
I might have been able
to dissuade her.

396
00:27:15,288 --> 00:27:17,534
She has made her choice, Mr Carter.

397
00:27:18,572 --> 00:27:20,014
Septimus came first.

398
00:27:20,054 --> 00:27:22,937
All other things
were rendered secondary.

399
00:27:22,977 --> 00:27:26,270
And the tragedy of it is, that
he'll never return to Hanbury.

400
00:27:27,702 --> 00:27:31,298
And as soon as he inherits,
he will sell the whole estate.

401
00:27:31,338 --> 00:27:33,458
No, Mr Carter.

402
00:27:33,498 --> 00:27:35,978
The tragedy is

403
00:27:36,018 --> 00:27:37,980
that Lady Ludlow knows it.

404
00:27:51,838 --> 00:27:54,227
I'd like a pound, please.

405
00:27:56,258 --> 00:27:57,668
Thank you.

406
00:27:58,698 --> 00:28:00,278
BELL TINKLES

407
00:28:00,318 --> 00:28:01,318
I have tried.

408
00:28:01,358 --> 00:28:05,958
But I can't reconcile myself
to this new... venture.

409
00:28:05,998 --> 00:28:08,958
She's hardly hawking buttons
from a tray about her neck!

410
00:28:08,998 --> 00:28:12,178
And Mrs Jamieson,
she's still our friend.

411
00:28:12,218 --> 00:28:13,478
I know she's our friend.

412
00:28:13,518 --> 00:28:16,898
And whilst I'm here in this room,
I am her friend, too!

413
00:28:16,938 --> 00:28:20,345
Force me across that threshold,
and I become her...

414
00:28:21,718 --> 00:28:22,764
...customer.

415
00:28:25,598 --> 00:28:28,278
You rank so very highly in our town.

416
00:28:28,318 --> 00:28:32,760
Your approval would mean much.

417
00:28:35,118 --> 00:28:38,398
I will suggest a compromise.

418
00:28:38,438 --> 00:28:41,398
Mrs Jamieson will take
a pound of Pouchong!

419
00:28:41,438 --> 00:28:43,118
A very good choice!

420
00:28:43,158 --> 00:28:44,562
If you'll just wait in line.

421
00:28:50,958 --> 00:28:53,798
What a delightful
establishment this is!

422
00:28:53,838 --> 00:28:57,958
It surpasses every description
of its charms.

423
00:28:57,998 --> 00:29:01,338
We expect a visitor,
and require some tea.

424
00:29:01,378 --> 00:29:03,198
Have you any of the green kind?

425
00:29:03,238 --> 00:29:05,718
I stock it
out of deference to demand,

426
00:29:05,758 --> 00:29:08,478
but I always advise
against its purchase.

427
00:29:08,518 --> 00:29:10,798
Perhaps you would prefer some a**am?

428
00:29:10,838 --> 00:29:14,998
Or Lapsang makes a very robust cup.

429
00:29:15,038 --> 00:29:17,477
Sister, which do
you think would suit?

430
00:29:17,478 --> 00:29:19,918
Perhaps a pound of each?

431
00:29:19,958 --> 00:29:25,447
I'm entirely adept with scales, if
you require another pair of hands.

432
00:29:27,558 --> 00:29:31,085
Sophie! I'm so glad you're home.

433
00:29:33,158 --> 00:29:35,358
But you must listen to me.

434
00:29:35,398 --> 00:29:38,078
Not everything was as it seemed!

435
00:29:38,118 --> 00:29:40,918
Dr Harrison is innocent.

436
00:29:40,958 --> 00:29:42,909
You're intolerably hot!

437
00:29:46,278 --> 00:29:48,838
If he was innocent,
he'd have called by now.

438
00:29:48,878 --> 00:29:49,997
He would have come.

439
00:29:49,998 --> 00:29:51,838
You must try to calm yourself.

440
00:29:51,878 --> 00:29:53,965
He cannot be ignorant of my pain!

441
00:29:55,398 --> 00:29:57,446
You need the doctor.

442
00:30:08,758 --> 00:30:10,638
It is the typhoid fever.

443
00:30:10,678 --> 00:30:13,478
There can be no mistaking it now.
You mistook it before.

444
00:30:13,518 --> 00:30:15,718
Sometimes it follows
the ambulatory pattern,

445
00:30:15,758 --> 00:30:20,238
and the patient displays
no more than a general malaise
for the first two weeks.

446
00:30:20,278 --> 00:30:23,838
After that, the disease
can take a very severe course.

447
00:30:23,878 --> 00:30:25,487
What can be done for her?

448
00:30:27,018 --> 00:30:30,518
If you do not object,
I might confer with Mrs Rose.

449
00:30:30,558 --> 00:30:33,838
Her husband was known for his
fomentations and his poultices.

450
00:30:33,878 --> 00:30:36,682
Dr Morgan, will my daughter die?

451
00:30:45,758 --> 00:30:48,178
Miss Smith!

452
00:30:48,218 --> 00:30:50,058
Dr Marshland.

453
00:30:50,098 --> 00:30:52,558
I wondered if we'd be seeing you.

454
00:30:52,598 --> 00:30:54,048
RAPPING AT DOOR

455
00:30:55,058 --> 00:30:57,561
For pity's sake, Frank,
will you open the door?

456
00:30:58,838 --> 00:31:01,058
I'm really sorry
about the valentines.

457
00:31:01,098 --> 00:31:02,241
I only did it for a joke.

458
00:31:05,298 --> 00:31:06,578
I know you're in there.

459
00:31:06,618 --> 00:31:09,378
Listen, Frank, I'm with Miss Smith.

460
00:31:09,418 --> 00:31:13,578
She says Sophie Hutton has
the typhoid fever. Typhoid?!

461
00:31:13,618 --> 00:31:17,338
Are you sure? Am I sent for?
Dr Morgan is attending her.

462
00:31:17,378 --> 00:31:19,798
I'm going to The George,
to hire myself a bed.

463
00:31:19,838 --> 00:31:23,138
If you want to speak to me,
that's where we'll be.

464
00:31:23,178 --> 00:31:25,818
I'll raise a blister
to draw her out of her delirium.

465
00:31:25,858 --> 00:31:28,858
There must be no natural light
allowed into the room,

466
00:31:28,898 --> 00:31:30,178
and no cold draughts.

467
00:31:30,218 --> 00:31:32,898
Now Bessie, build up the fire.

468
00:31:32,938 --> 00:31:36,058
We must provoke a crisis of fever.

469
00:31:36,098 --> 00:31:39,857
Unto God's gracious mercy
and protection we commit thee.

470
00:31:39,858 --> 00:31:41,738
The Lord bless thee, and keep thee.

471
00:31:41,778 --> 00:31:46,018
The Lord make his face to shine upon
thee, and be gracious unto thee.

472
00:31:46,058 --> 00:31:48,618
Lighten our darkness,
we beseech Thee, oh, Lord,

473
00:31:48,658 --> 00:31:51,658
and by great mercy,
send us through the perils

474
00:31:51,698 --> 00:31:55,778
and dangers of this night,
with the love of Thine only son,

475
00:31:55,818 --> 00:31:58,257
our saviour, Jesus Christ.

476
00:31:58,258 --> 00:32:00,726
EXPLOSIONS

477
00:32:22,618 --> 00:32:26,858
Lady Ludlow will not sell one
single acre in her lifetime.

478
00:32:26,898 --> 00:32:29,238
Railway money has a way of talking.

479
00:32:29,278 --> 00:32:32,858
She may be deaf to it,
but there are those that listen.

480
00:32:32,898 --> 00:32:36,218
There will be a line
to Cranford yet.

481
00:32:36,258 --> 00:32:39,178
It may take longer, it may

482
00:32:39,218 --> 00:32:41,398
but it will get there.

483
00:32:41,438 --> 00:32:43,538
And I will be glad,

484
00:32:43,578 --> 00:32:47,518
Captain Brown, is there no
other way for Hanbury to
profit from the railway?

485
00:32:47,558 --> 00:32:51,958
Can we not sell you timber,
or fodder, or tools?

486
00:32:51,998 --> 00:32:54,898
Could you supply us
with the quantities we need?

487
00:32:54,938 --> 00:32:56,538
I don't know.

488
00:32:56,578 --> 00:33:03,683
I'm afraid you do, Mr Carter.
You cannot.

489
00:33:09,138 --> 00:33:12,718
I have been to the Miss Tomkinsons,
about the valentine.

490
00:33:12,758 --> 00:33:14,958
I said I was sorry,
and they forgave me.

491
00:33:14,998 --> 00:33:16,638
Did you go to the rectory? Yes.

492
00:33:16,678 --> 00:33:19,998
I left a letter of confession,
addressed to the Reverend Hutton.

493
00:33:20,038 --> 00:33:22,758
Was Dr Morgan there?
I believe he was.

494
00:33:22,798 --> 00:33:25,298
He always advocates a purge.

495
00:33:25,338 --> 00:33:27,878
If her symptoms are gastric,
rather than pulmonary,

496
00:33:27,918 --> 00:33:30,738
then the effects of the fever
will not be beneficial,

497
00:33:30,778 --> 00:33:32,018
but acutely dangerous.

498
00:33:32,058 --> 00:33:36,798
If she vomits up all fluids,
and continues to perspire,

499
00:33:36,838 --> 00:33:40,858
then the effects on her constitution
will be the same as cholera!

500
00:33:40,898 --> 00:33:42,898
She will die, Jack.

501
00:33:42,938 --> 00:33:46,163
Of desiccation and exhaustion!

502
00:33:47,178 --> 00:33:48,520
What would you do?

503
00:33:49,658 --> 00:33:52,618
Eradicate the fever,
not nurture it.

504
00:33:52,658 --> 00:33:54,666
Cool her temperature right down.

505
00:33:55,718 --> 00:33:57,218
They won't let you near her.

506
00:33:57,258 --> 00:33:59,982
I am near her.

507
00:34:01,118 --> 00:34:03,382
I'm in that room.

508
00:34:19,458 --> 00:34:22,038
There's been an explosion,
at the railway works.

509
00:34:22,078 --> 00:34:24,138
Two men are dead.

510
00:34:24,178 --> 00:34:26,026
I've brought you Mr Carter.

511
00:34:28,678 --> 00:34:30,179
This way.

512
00:34:38,198 --> 00:34:40,218
This is not your blood, I think.

513
00:34:40,258 --> 00:34:43,918
I was nearby a horse
when the gunpowder went off.

514
00:34:43,958 --> 00:34:45,698
You will need an operation.

515
00:34:45,738 --> 00:34:47,298
Soon.

516
00:34:47,338 --> 00:34:49,638
Do you consent to that?

517
00:34:49,678 --> 00:34:51,078
If you do it.

518
00:34:51,118 --> 00:34:54,338
Miss Galindo, can you send to
Hanbury Court for a quantity of ice?

519
00:34:54,378 --> 00:34:57,718
Of course. And see if a message
can be sent to Miss Mary Smith.

520
00:34:57,758 --> 00:35:00,358
She has a**isted me before
and showed great common sense.

521
00:35:00,398 --> 00:35:02,418
Miss Galindo... Yes?

522
00:35:02,458 --> 00:35:04,518
When you are done
running his errands,

523
00:35:04,558 --> 00:35:06,638
come back to me

524
00:35:06,678 --> 00:35:08,629
with a pen and ink.

525
00:35:19,058 --> 00:35:21,504
And it's... out.

526
00:35:23,318 --> 00:35:25,678
Next, I'll stitch back
the corner of the lid.

527
00:35:25,718 --> 00:35:26,781
Jack.

528
00:35:32,838 --> 00:35:33,958
What about the leg?

529
00:35:33,998 --> 00:35:36,158
The loss of vitality is total.

530
00:35:36,198 --> 00:35:39,558
No circulation, no reflex,
no choice.

531
00:35:39,598 --> 00:35:41,198
It's coming off above the knee.

532
00:35:41,238 --> 00:35:42,998
Come to me when you're done.

533
00:35:43,038 --> 00:35:44,886
We need to prepare the tools.

534
00:35:46,438 --> 00:35:48,837
And that is it.

535
00:35:48,838 --> 00:35:50,487
Everything accounted for.

536
00:35:52,638 --> 00:35:54,398
It must be signed and witnessed.

537
00:35:54,438 --> 00:35:56,158
Mr Carter, I would be a fine clerk,

538
00:35:56,198 --> 00:35:58,342
if I did not know the form
for such a thing!

539
00:35:59,918 --> 00:36:01,408
Shall I ask Dr Harrison?

540
00:36:02,438 --> 00:36:03,677
No.

541
00:36:03,678 --> 00:36:07,878
I don't want him to know
I saw the likely end of this.

542
00:36:07,918 --> 00:36:10,039
You sign it.

543
00:36:12,838 --> 00:36:15,758
I'm a fool for indulging you,
Mr Carter.

544
00:36:15,798 --> 00:36:18,278
There is no likely end.

545
00:36:18,318 --> 00:36:21,598
You have injured your leg,
it will be righted.

546
00:36:21,638 --> 00:36:24,158
That is all.

547
00:36:24,198 --> 00:36:26,240
Now...

548
00:36:29,318 --> 00:36:32,481
Put your name here, above mine.

549
00:37:03,898 --> 00:37:06,838
I brought brandy, too,
and a quantity of linen.

550
00:37:06,878 --> 00:37:08,408
Thank you.

551
00:37:11,218 --> 00:37:13,278
You know as well as I,

552
00:37:13,318 --> 00:37:16,167
that these are gestures
made in place of an apology.

553
00:37:23,478 --> 00:37:26,959
We spoke in anger to each other,
the other day.

554
00:37:28,558 --> 00:37:29,968
I am sorry.

555
00:37:39,778 --> 00:37:43,999
You must conserve your energy,
Mr Carter.

556
00:37:45,538 --> 00:37:49,058
I will speak with Dr Harrison
after the procedure,

557
00:37:49,098 --> 00:37:53,404
and arrange for your return to
Hanbury as soon as he permits.

558
00:38:09,518 --> 00:38:11,122
Miss Smith.

559
00:38:29,738 --> 00:38:31,938
Help! Somebody, help!

560
00:38:31,978 --> 00:38:34,406
Quickly!

561
00:38:39,298 --> 00:38:40,742
His breath has stopped.

562
00:38:44,698 --> 00:38:45,738
It is his heart.

563
00:38:45,778 --> 00:38:47,298
It has given out.

564
00:38:47,338 --> 00:38:48,640
His heart?

565
00:39:03,498 --> 00:39:08,060
The doctors think there must
have been an unseen injury.

566
00:39:09,638 --> 00:39:11,538
Possibly within the chest.

567
00:39:15,178 --> 00:39:18,778
In a few moments you may see him,

568
00:39:18,818 --> 00:39:20,382
if you wish.

569
00:39:36,978 --> 00:39:38,538
Lizzie! What will father say?

570
00:39:38,578 --> 00:39:40,438
I don't care!

571
00:39:47,018 --> 00:39:49,638
Frank, you did your utmost.

572
00:39:49,678 --> 00:39:52,744
KNOCKING
Dr Harrison, open the door!

573
00:39:54,018 --> 00:39:55,038
Please come!

574
00:39:55,078 --> 00:39:57,058
Who asks for me?

575
00:39:57,098 --> 00:39:59,219
We do.

576
00:40:00,498 --> 00:40:02,978
Fetch the ice. Now. All of it.

577
00:40:07,538 --> 00:40:08,777
In there. Now.

578
00:40:08,778 --> 00:40:10,458
Wait for me.

579
00:40:10,498 --> 00:40:12,218
Not you.

580
00:40:12,258 --> 00:40:13,219
Let him come in.

581
00:40:15,298 --> 00:40:18,258
Dr Harrison and I have had
our misunderstandings,

582
00:40:18,298 --> 00:40:21,638
but I've watched him work
for nigh on a twelvemonth,

583
00:40:21,678 --> 00:40:24,186
and if anyone can save her now...

584
00:40:25,818 --> 00:40:27,149
...it is he.

585
00:40:37,078 --> 00:40:39,444
Go to her.

586
00:40:41,058 --> 00:40:42,901
Thank you.

587
00:40:51,718 --> 00:40:53,345
We need to cool her down now.

588
00:40:58,718 --> 00:41:02,538
Walter died, when he
was crossing the equator.

589
00:41:02,578 --> 00:41:03,697
I know, my love.

590
00:41:03,698 --> 00:41:05,825
But I'm going to bring you home.

591
00:41:09,898 --> 00:41:11,900
It's jammed!

592
00:41:14,558 --> 00:41:16,549
The other Macintosh.

593
00:41:40,198 --> 00:41:41,758
Belladonna?

594
00:41:41,798 --> 00:41:43,638
Two minims.

595
00:41:43,678 --> 00:41:45,198
Two?

596
00:41:45,238 --> 00:41:46,847
Are you certain?

597
00:41:57,798 --> 00:42:00,244
She hasn't responded.

598
00:42:04,518 --> 00:42:05,940
Trust me.

599
00:42:17,158 --> 00:42:18,398
Yes!

600
00:42:29,278 --> 00:42:30,518
Building to a pitch.

601
00:42:31,558 --> 00:42:32,786
Building...

602
00:42:34,678 --> 00:42:36,718
And slowing!

603
00:42:36,758 --> 00:42:38,958
Slowing...

604
00:42:38,998 --> 00:42:40,903
Slowing...

605
00:42:57,678 --> 00:42:59,623
You can sleep now.

606
00:43:00,958 --> 00:43:05,201
"Graved on the stone
beneath yon aged thorn

607
00:43:06,758 --> 00:43:10,397
"Here rests his head
upon the lap of earth

608
00:43:10,398 --> 00:43:14,558
"A youth to Fortune
and to Fame unknown

609
00:43:14,598 --> 00:43:18,277
"Fair Science frowned
not on his humble birth

610
00:43:18,278 --> 00:43:21,566
"And Melancholy marked him
for her own

611
00:43:23,238 --> 00:43:25,278
"Large was his bounty

612
00:43:25,318 --> 00:43:26,961
"And his soul sincere

613
00:43:29,678 --> 00:43:32,841
"Heaven did a recompense
as largely send

614
00:43:35,358 --> 00:43:39,078
"He gave to Misery all he had,

615
00:43:40,098 --> 00:43:41,804
"A tear

616
00:43:42,838 --> 00:43:44,408
"He gained from Heaven

617
00:43:46,098 --> 00:43:47,938
"Twas all he wished

618
00:43:47,978 --> 00:43:50,008
"A friend."

619
00:43:53,098 --> 00:43:55,282
There'll be a funeral, lad.

620
00:43:57,158 --> 00:43:58,648
I might not be allowed to go.

621
00:44:08,178 --> 00:44:09,679
You can put the lid on now.

622
00:44:38,818 --> 00:44:39,842
It is you.

623
00:44:41,738 --> 00:44:42,762
Yes.

624
00:44:45,358 --> 00:44:47,018
I dreamed about a boat.

625
00:44:47,058 --> 00:44:49,018
Dragged out of the water,

626
00:44:49,058 --> 00:44:50,963
put upside down on the sand.

627
00:44:52,618 --> 00:44:54,658
Why should I dream that?

628
00:44:54,698 --> 00:44:56,706
Because you are not
going anywhere.

629
00:45:08,858 --> 00:45:10,898
Clove rock for the children,

630
00:45:10,938 --> 00:45:14,178
and peppermints for those who
scour their livers with green tea.

631
00:45:14,218 --> 00:45:16,558
It's the only way
I can square my conscience!

632
00:45:16,598 --> 00:45:19,498
Miss Matty, I had a talk
with Martha today.

633
00:45:19,538 --> 00:45:21,358
Did you? Yes.

634
00:45:21,398 --> 00:45:23,223
And there is a change afoot.

635
00:45:25,098 --> 00:45:27,898
Well, my dear.
You must tell me what it is.

636
00:45:27,938 --> 00:45:30,098
Poor Martha came to me
in some distress,

637
00:45:30,138 --> 00:45:35,578
because she rather hoped
you might have guessed
at what will come to pass.

638
00:45:35,618 --> 00:45:41,938
But you have not, and she
fears that soon her appearance
will cause comment in the town.

639
00:45:44,058 --> 00:45:46,098
Mary!

640
00:45:46,138 --> 00:45:47,558
My dear...

641
00:45:47,598 --> 00:45:48,578
Is...

642
00:45:48,618 --> 00:45:51,958
There to be a child?

643
00:45:51,998 --> 00:45:53,998
A baby?

644
00:45:54,038 --> 00:45:54,999
In this house?

645
00:46:03,398 --> 00:46:04,938
I promise you, Miss Matty,

646
00:46:04,978 --> 00:46:09,738
I'll make sure my lying-in doesn't
go one day over the fortnight!

647
00:46:09,778 --> 00:46:11,558
God bless you!

648
00:46:26,638 --> 00:46:28,638
Harry, please sit down.

649
00:46:28,678 --> 00:46:30,098
I'm dirty from the cowsheds.

650
00:46:30,138 --> 00:46:32,100
It is no matter.

651
00:46:39,358 --> 00:46:43,558
Mr Carter,

652
00:46:43,598 --> 00:46:47,778
who was a friend to you and me,

653
00:46:47,818 --> 00:46:51,487
made a most detailed
last will and testament.

654
00:46:54,418 --> 00:46:57,858
You are to have,
with immediate effect,

655
00:46:57,898 --> 00:46:59,667
the sum of £1, 000.

656
00:47:01,218 --> 00:47:05,558
You may take from it an amount
with which to help your family,

657
00:47:05,598 --> 00:47:09,961
but the bulk of it must be used
to fund your education.

658
00:47:10,978 --> 00:47:13,098
£1, 000?

659
00:47:13,138 --> 00:47:15,098
Just for my education?

660
00:47:15,138 --> 00:47:17,618
Yes. It's too much!

661
00:47:17,658 --> 00:47:21,008
You could build a whole school
with that. Everybody could go!

662
00:47:22,258 --> 00:47:26,418
Mr Carter left

663
00:47:26,458 --> 00:47:32,106
In total, he left
more than £20, 000.

664
00:47:33,898 --> 00:47:37,982
I have borrowed almost £20, 000
from the bank.

665
00:47:39,978 --> 00:47:43,617
It is a vast amount,

666
00:47:43,618 --> 00:47:47,668
and I concede that it has robbed me
of my sleep and peace of mind.

667
00:47:51,718 --> 00:47:55,718
Mr Carter has willed you
the whole of his fortune,

668
00:47:55,758 --> 00:47:58,558
when you come of age.

669
00:47:58,598 --> 00:48:01,138
On one condition.

670
00:48:01,178 --> 00:48:05,158
That you must lend
the greater part of it to me

671
00:48:05,198 --> 00:48:07,581
for the duration of my lifetime.

672
00:48:11,058 --> 00:48:13,982
So that I may pay back
my mortgage to the bank.

673
00:48:16,578 --> 00:48:21,537
And then, when I die,
and my son inherits Hanbury,

674
00:48:21,538 --> 00:48:24,518
he must pay you back
with the interest accrued.

675
00:48:28,978 --> 00:48:30,980
Mr Carter knew you well.

676
00:48:32,018 --> 00:48:34,278
When that day comes,

677
00:48:34,318 --> 00:48:39,938
he wants you to use as much
of the money as you wish

678
00:48:39,978 --> 00:48:41,940
to found a school.

679
00:48:45,198 --> 00:48:47,178
In Cranford.

680
00:48:47,218 --> 00:48:50,523
But... he always said
you didn't want that!

681
00:48:51,518 --> 00:48:53,179
I didn't.

682
00:48:54,938 --> 00:48:57,478
That doesn't mean
that I was correct.

683
00:48:57,518 --> 00:49:02,778
When we've finished our talk,
you may read the will for yourself,

684
00:49:02,818 --> 00:49:07,578
and I hope that you'll let me know
what you think of it.

685
00:49:07,618 --> 00:49:10,318
I think it must make you sad.

686
00:49:10,358 --> 00:49:12,138
To be told what you must do.

687
00:49:13,158 --> 00:49:14,978
You're not used to that.

688
00:49:18,678 --> 00:49:20,987
Did Mr Carter want me
to go away to school?

689
00:49:22,378 --> 00:49:26,658
He stipulated Shrewsbury,
in the will,

690
00:49:26,698 --> 00:49:29,661
since it is not so very far
from Cheshire.

691
00:49:32,318 --> 00:49:36,138
He also suggests at first you go
to the Reverend Hutton,

692
00:49:36,178 --> 00:49:38,018
for instruction in the Classics,

693
00:49:38,058 --> 00:49:40,907
and in that way you won't be
far behind the other boys.

694
00:49:41,938 --> 00:49:44,247
He thought of everything, didn't he?

695
00:49:47,238 --> 00:49:49,684
Yes. He did.

696
00:49:53,418 --> 00:49:55,358
I shall do it all, you know.

697
00:49:55,398 --> 00:49:57,440
Everything that Mr Carter asks.

698
00:50:04,218 --> 00:50:05,947
And so shall I.

699
00:50:08,598 --> 00:50:10,538
I don't know what to play!

700
00:50:10,578 --> 00:50:13,498
I've hardly had the lid up at home
these past three weeks.

701
00:50:13,538 --> 00:50:17,838
Every time I start,
poor Father says it pains his eye!

702
00:50:17,878 --> 00:50:21,618
I'm sure the frailty will pass
when you get the bandage off!

703
00:50:21,658 --> 00:50:24,078
Dr Marshland advises
a temporary patch.

704
00:50:24,118 --> 00:50:27,038
I shall look quite the buccaneer!

705
00:50:27,078 --> 00:50:28,300
Play this one.

706
00:50:37,998 --> 00:50:41,338
# By yon bonnie banks

707
00:50:41,378 --> 00:50:44,838
# And by yon bonnie braes

708
00:50:44,878 --> 00:50:48,118
# Where the sun shines bright

709
00:50:48,158 --> 00:50:53,138
# On Loch Lomond

710
00:50:53,178 --> 00:50:57,498
# Where me and my true love
will never meet again... #

711
00:50:57,538 --> 00:51:00,258
Did I hear somebody outside?

712
00:51:00,298 --> 00:51:01,520
I shall go and see.

713
00:51:05,758 --> 00:51:09,178
It's probably Jem Hearne
coming home.

714
00:51:09,218 --> 00:51:11,818
# Oh, you'll take the high road

715
00:51:11,858 --> 00:51:15,198
# And I'll take the low road

716
00:51:15,238 --> 00:51:22,398
# And I'll be in Scotland afore ye

717
00:51:22,438 --> 00:51:23,001
# But me and my true love

718
00:51:23,041 --> 00:51:26,638
# But me and my true love
# But me and my true love

719
00:51:26,678 --> 00:51:30,038
BOTH: # Will never meet again

720
00:51:30,078 --> 00:51:34,278
# On the bonnie, bonnie banks

721
00:51:34,318 --> 00:51:40,198
# Of Loch Lomond. #

722
00:51:40,238 --> 00:51:42,278
Major Gordon?

723
00:51:42,318 --> 00:51:46,260
It has taken me three months
to travel back from India.

724
00:51:47,798 --> 00:51:51,078
And I find I have not had time...

725
00:51:51,118 --> 00:51:52,284
to think of what to say!

726
00:51:55,118 --> 00:51:58,326
Well, I hope you plan
to propose to her again.

727
00:52:09,918 --> 00:52:12,317
Miss Matty,

728
00:52:12,318 --> 00:52:16,800
Major Gordon's purpose in coming
back from Chunderayabad was twofold.

729
00:52:18,358 --> 00:52:21,558
To ask for Jessie's hand.

730
00:52:21,598 --> 00:52:25,358
And to bring something for you.

731
00:52:51,398 --> 00:52:53,639
Tell me that you know me.

732
00:52:56,938 --> 00:52:58,837
You are my brother.

733
00:52:58,838 --> 00:52:59,998
Peter.

734
00:53:06,638 --> 00:53:11,658
I have brought you
the muslin that I promised,

735
00:53:11,698 --> 00:53:13,922
for your wedding gown.

736
00:53:16,918 --> 00:53:19,125
Though I fear
I am come a little late.

737
00:53:20,158 --> 00:53:22,262
Tis no matter.

738
00:53:24,838 --> 00:53:26,044
You have come home.

739
00:53:50,878 --> 00:53:53,558
I'm holding back the mutton puffs.

740
00:53:53,598 --> 00:53:56,037
Caroline Tomkinson!

741
00:53:56,038 --> 00:53:57,578
Engaged to a butcher!

742
00:53:57,618 --> 00:54:02,037
Well, that's the last we'll see
of elegant economy in this house.

743
00:54:02,038 --> 00:54:03,538
Ham!

744
00:54:03,578 --> 00:54:04,926
At half-past three.

745
00:54:09,998 --> 00:54:12,977
He's arm in arm with Mrs Rose!

746
00:54:12,978 --> 00:54:15,321
Ah! You're there!

747
00:54:18,598 --> 00:54:20,798
An entirely predictable liaison.

748
00:54:20,838 --> 00:54:25,518
I've seen it looming for some time.

749
00:54:25,558 --> 00:54:28,078
Must be anticipated!

750
00:54:28,118 --> 00:54:29,598
It is most irregular.

751
00:54:29,638 --> 00:54:32,118
Why does the man
not sit upon a chair?

752
00:54:32,158 --> 00:54:35,718
Perhaps the Orient
has rubbed off on him.

753
00:54:35,758 --> 00:54:39,218
I hear tell that he's actually
quite weather-beaten.

754
00:54:39,258 --> 00:54:40,957
Do not look to me to have it proved!

755
00:54:40,958 --> 00:54:43,238
Every time I call,
he's in his room asleep!

756
00:54:43,278 --> 00:54:47,158
I do not know who he is, that he
must be kept under a glass case!

757
00:54:47,198 --> 00:54:51,158
Well! This is a monumental day.

758
00:54:51,198 --> 00:54:54,318
Do try a little of
the cold roast beef.

759
00:54:54,358 --> 00:54:57,438
Caroline will make a most
memorable bride!

760
00:54:57,478 --> 00:54:59,326
She looks quite radiant.

761
00:55:00,878 --> 00:55:05,418
There are some girls who do not
feel complete unless they marry.

762
00:55:05,458 --> 00:55:09,438
I was never one of those,
but I think my sister is.

763
00:55:09,478 --> 00:55:10,998
You have to consider her health.

764
00:55:11,038 --> 00:55:14,318
What good is a husband
to the constitution?

765
00:55:14,358 --> 00:55:16,478
I have spinster carved on my bones,

766
00:55:16,518 --> 00:55:18,958
and the doctor is a stranger
to my door!

767
00:55:30,058 --> 00:55:33,164
Oh, my dear Miss Matty!
This must be Mr Jenkyns!

768
00:55:41,298 --> 00:55:44,198
I am the lady who is...

769
00:55:44,238 --> 00:55:46,519
still Miss Pole.

770
00:55:55,598 --> 00:55:57,247
KNOCKING

771
00:56:01,718 --> 00:56:02,957
Miss Matty!

772
00:56:02,958 --> 00:56:06,218
I hope I do not intrude,

773
00:56:06,258 --> 00:56:07,238
or tire you.

774
00:56:07,278 --> 00:56:08,838
I grow stronger by the day!

775
00:56:08,878 --> 00:56:12,318
I could not keep from calling,

776
00:56:12,358 --> 00:56:13,967
once I had heard your news.

777
00:56:22,658 --> 00:56:26,558
It is a delight, to see
the room so little changed.

778
00:56:26,598 --> 00:56:29,641
I sometimes forget, that this
was the home of your youth.

779
00:56:31,878 --> 00:56:36,498
My brother brought me a bolt
of cloth from Chunderayabad.

780
00:56:36,538 --> 00:56:39,018
It's the loveliest of muslins.

781
00:56:39,058 --> 00:56:40,679
I wonder...

782
00:56:42,838 --> 00:56:45,921
Would you take it,
to be your wedding dress?

783
00:56:47,478 --> 00:56:48,968
Oh, Miss Matty!

784
00:56:51,338 --> 00:56:53,238
It is exquisite.

785
00:56:54,278 --> 00:56:56,519
It was meant for a
rectory bride, my dear.

786
00:56:58,018 --> 00:57:01,226
And now a rectory bride
will wear it.

787
00:57:23,618 --> 00:57:25,427
Ah! My dear friend!

788
00:57:27,378 --> 00:57:29,258
Congratulations!

789
00:57:29,298 --> 00:57:31,044
Don't they look happy?

790
00:57:37,418 --> 00:57:39,386
Congratulations!

791
00:57:55,818 --> 00:57:58,018
Oh, Harry! Well done!

792
00:57:58,058 --> 00:57:59,538
Good luck, Harry!

793
00:57:59,578 --> 00:58:01,347
Now that is a shame.

794
00:58:09,338 --> 00:58:12,178
That is the loveliest bridal gown!

795
00:58:12,218 --> 00:58:14,908
Such beautiful material.

796
00:58:17,698 --> 00:58:20,326
Such a fine, close weave.

797
00:58:25,938 --> 00:58:27,986
SHOUTS OF ENCOURAGEMENT

798
00:59:01,578 --> 00:59:05,898
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799
00:59:05,938 --> 00:59:10,506
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