Chapter 1 | Chapter 2
• The Bishop of Barchester is dying and a new Bishop must be appointed.
• The Bishop's son, the Archbishop, assumes he will be considered.
• The government of England changes and there is a new Prime Minster.
• The new Prime Minister appoints his own Bishop, Dr. Proudie.
• The new Parliament passes a bill that redefines Hiram's Hospital.
Chapter 3 | Chapter 4
• Dr. Proudie is associated with royal families and Parliament more than his church goers.
• The Proudies prefer London to Barchester.
• Mrs. Proudie has control over Dr. Proudie.
• Mr. Slope, a preacher, hopes to have power in Barchester as the Proudies will be away.
• Mr. Slope appeals to women and runs a strict church.
Chapter 5 | Chapter 6
• The Proudies meet with Dr. Harding, Mr. Slope, and the Archdeacon.
• Religious debates ensue.
• The Archdeacon and Dr. Harding disapprove of the Proudies.
• The Archdeacon thinks that the church of Barchester...
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