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The Woman in White - The Third Epoch: The Story concluded by Walter Hartright, Parts I-III Summary & Analysis

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The Third Epoch: The Story concluded by Walter Hartright, Parts I-III Summary

Armed with Count Fosco's confession, Walter goes to the livery stables where he finds proof that Lady Glyde was picked up at London station on July 26th, 1950, a day after she had supposedly died at Count Fosco's home. The driver, John Owen, remembered the fat Count and Lady Glyde. Walter gathers a signed statement from John Owen and goes directly to Solicitor Kyrle to present his evidence, which also includes the death certificate falsely named Lady Glyde's. The next day Kyrle accompanies Walter, Marian and Laura to Limmeridge, where they presented their evidence to Frederick Fairlie with the warning that if he did not accept Laura, then he would be dragged to court. Of course the whiny weasel accepts Laura and agrees to...

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