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The Gate of Angels Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 4, Section 17 Summary

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Part 4, Section 17 Summary

Dr. Matthews has been thinking about Fred's accident ever since the recent meeting of the Disobligers' Society: there is too much that made no sense. Where did the man on the cart go? This naturally becomes the subject of his new ghost story. The police are nervous about his preoccupation, knowing him to be consulted by the powerful in London. The police cite a nearby farmer for having rented out an unsafe cart, which resulted in injury to Mr. Fairly and Miss Saunders, as well as damage to their machines. The farmer replies that he will be in court on the appointed day, with his solicitor. Fred, Daisy and Mrs. Wrayburn are called as witnesses. Mr. Wrayburn is not called, which is good, he says, because he is a very "busy man." He is in fact surprised they have shown such good sense.

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