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In chapter 21, Jeeves Finds the Way, they discuss the need to keep Sir Glossop from being prosecuted. Jeeves tells them that he has a scheme to get Sir Glossop out of the shed where the sergeant is holding him, but the constable is waiting in the parlor for Chuffy, as justice of the peace, to deal with Sir Glossop's crimes. To overcome this, Jeeves suggests that they should leave Bertram in his place. The constable has not seen the criminal and the sergeant is unlikely to say anything about the switch. Bertram would be in no legal danger because the building Sir Glossop was arrested for breaking into was Bertram's garage. Bertram agrees, as long as Mr. Stoker will agree to buy Chuffnell Hall and allow Pauline to marry Chuffy. In chapter 22, Jeeves Finds a Situation, everything is resolved and Bertram is finally able to...

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