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Lady Ludlow (Character)
from "Cranford" (2007)

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  1. "Cranford"
    ... aka "Return to Cranford" - International (English title) (second season title), UK (second season title)
        - Return to Cranford: Part 1 (2009) TV episode, Played by Francesca Annis
        - May 1843 (2007) TV episode, Played by Francesca Annis
        - April 1843 (2007) TV episode, Played by Francesca Annis
        - November 1842 (2007) TV episode, Played by Francesca Annis
        - August 1842 (2007) TV episode, Played by Francesca Annis
          (1 more)

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From "Cranford: November 1842 (#1.3)" (2007)
[Job Gregson has been arrested and locked up in the town jail]
Sir Charles Maulver: I issued the constable with a warrant for this arrest. The offence brought to me was robbery with violence. The man will be tried for that and found guilty.
Lady Ludlow: He's guilty of poaching - and nothing more.
Sir Charles Maulver: And nothing less. I'm plagued by poachers too, and they're all vagabonds. Vagabonds can be sentenced purely for their way of life - no specific crime is required. That, Lady Ludlow, is the law.
Lady Ludlow: And who is it who makes the law? Those such as you in the House of Commons; those such as I in the House of Lords. You can also mete out justice as you see fit - that's your privilege as a magistrate. Convict Job Gregson... of poaching. And I will pay the fine. Five pounds from my own purse to save a father of six from jail. He'll work on my land, unwaged, in reparation.
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