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North and South Chapter Summary & Analysis - XXXI-XXXV Summary

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XXXI-XXXV Summary

Margaret asks her father about the funeral arrangements and he tells her to write to Mr. Bell. Dixon comes to Margaret in a state of panic. The previous day she met an acquaintance from Southampton named Leonards. Leonards served with Frederick in the navy, and there is a possibility he has come to Milton to arrest him. They decide Frederick needs to leave the town at once. Frederick says that Margaret and Mr. Hale should come and live with him and his fiancé in Spain, but Mr. Hale says it will be too much of an upheaval. Instead, Margaret suggests Frederick hire a London lawyer to clear his name, and she writes him an introductory letter for Henry Lennox.

On her father's request, Margaret escorts her brother to the railway station. While they wait for the train, a drunk Leonards approaches them and tries to grab Frederick...

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