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The Woman in White - The Third Epoch: The Story continued by Walter Hartright, Part X Summary & Analysis

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The Third Epoch: The Story continued by Walter Hartright, Part X Summary

On the road to Knowlesbury, the two men following Walter shove him on the outskirts of Knowlesbury, provoking Walter to shove back. They take him to the magistrate and charge him with assault. This requires Walter to stay in custody for three days until trial or find someone locally to bail him out. He calls on Doctor Dawson, who bails him out and invites him home, but Walter politely declines and quickly heads to Mr. Wansborough's before Sir Percival can act. Mr. Wansborough's son hauls the duplicate registry from a vault, and there Walter discovers that the entry of the marriage of Sir Felix Glyde to Cecelia Jane Elster is a fraud. Sir Percival's title is a fraud and that is his terrible...

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