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] Dr. Dwight Enys
: Have you been drinking? Francis Poldark
: It's the custom on election night.
: Are you a fatalist, Dwight? Dr. Dwight Enys
: Are we going to have a philosophical discussion, or have you a more personal reason for asking? thatquestion? Francis Poldark
: Are we the masters of the dance or merely puppets do you think?
: [Making toast
] Well, here's to the Devil... God knows whose side he was on tonight... and God knows whose side he'll be on tomorrow.
Dr. Dwight Enys
: Perhaps you didn't drink enough. Perhaps you should have gotten twice as drunk and slept it off. A pistol ball is very dramatic. Francis Poldark
: A pistol ball, doctor, has no morning after.
: But at least allow me to wish you well for the trial. Ross Poldark
: Whatever happens there depends on God and a good lawyer.
: [Half drunkenly
] Are you here for the elections or to see Ross hanged, drawn, and quartered? George Warleggan
: For the elections as everyone else. Francis Poldark
: Ah, have you got money invested in the elections as well? My dear George, you've got your dirty little fingers in every pie, haven't you? George Warleggan
: Francis, I don't... Francis Poldark
: You know, I doubt there's a profitable pie in the whole of Cornwall that you Warleggan blackbirds aren't comfortably baked in.
: [In Cornish dialect
] I have one, I have one, I have one. all others
: What have you, what have you, what have you? Francis Poldark
: A Neck, a Neck, a Neck. all others
: Hurrah, hurrah, hurrah.
] Excuse me, sir, but there's a man here asking for Dr, Enys. Someone has been taken ill, sir. Francis Poldark
: Oh, Mrs Tabb, tell them to be ill on a more convenient night. Dr. Dwight Enys
: No, no, I must go. Francis Poldark
: How is it, doctor, that people always seem to know where to find you? Dr. Dwight Enys
: Because I always leave word where i am to be found. Francis Poldark
: You must be the most accommodating doctor I know.
: [Approacing Francis after he makes conspicuous eye contact with her
] Francis, how are you? Francis Poldark
: Margaret, I must see you. Margaret
: Well, here I am! Francis Poldark
: [Referring to a proposed sexual encounter
] No, no, no, no, you know what I mean. Margaret
: Why, no, Francis, I don't think I do. Francis Poldark
: Please, not so loud. Margaret
: I'm a respectable married lady nowadays. Francis Poldark
] What, you respectable?
: Too respectable to be seen with a drunken banker like you. Francis Poldark
: Margaret... I'm sorry. Margaret
: What is it you want to say to me, Francis? Francis Poldark
: Margaret, you and I enjoyed each other's company in the past Margaret
: Oh, no, my dear!. You might have had. I didn't. Francis Poldark
: Oh, yes, of course, in your profession, you are obliged to put up with it as long as there is payment. Margaret
: Francis, I've had a great deal of men coming to tell me their troubles. Yes, I've received a reward for listenin'. Some of them told me before, some of them told me later, but you, dear Francis, you would tell me during, and that is my definition of a bore.
: Will you come to a meeting about the future of mining in Cornwall? Francis Poldark
: Future? What future?