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The Warden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5, Dr. Grantly Visits the Hospital—Chapter 6, The Warden's Tea-Party Summary

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Chapter 5, Dr. Grantly Visits the Hospital—Chapter 6, The Warden's Tea-Party Summary

Mr. Grantly and his lawyer, Mr. Chadwick, decide that they had better prepare for the possibility that the beadsmen will take legal action. They plan to get Sir Abraham Haphazard, the attorney-general, to represent them. Sir Abraham has argued similar cases in court, and they agree that he is the best man for the job. They know that they must act quickly, worried that if John Bold approaches Sir Abraham first, he may side with John instead. Knowing that any legal action must come from the beadsmen, Dr. Grantly decides to nip their rebellion in the bud. He visits Mr. Harding at the hospital, and insists on addressing all of the beadsmen together.

Mr. Harding has decided that he will not oppose either party, but he submits...

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