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The Warden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9, The Conference—Chapter 10, Tribulation Summary

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Chapter 9, The Conference—Chapter 10, Tribulation Summary

The next morning Mr. Harding goes to the bishop's palace, where Dr. Grantly also is spending time with the bishop, his father. They tell Mr. Harding that Sir Abraham has said that the case is in their favor. Mr. Harding wants to know more, and in fact wants to see a copy of Sir Abraham's response. They agree that he can look at it later, and explain the technicality to Mr. Harding. He asks what should be done about the slander the Jupiter published against him, and the bishop tells him not to worry about that, but to do what seems right to him. Dr. Grantly interrupts and tells Mr. Harding that he must not write to the newspaper, and must not give up either his position or his income, which Mr. Harding has been considering doing...

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