Francis' failed suicide attempt leaves him in deep melancholia and the Warleggan's parade of suborned witnesses darkens Ross' prospects for acquittal.

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Peter Clay ...
Howard Bell ...
Garth
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Jacky Allouis ...
Painted lady
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Charles Kinross ...
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In gratitude to his conduct at the trial Ross gives Jud,along with Prudie,his old job back at Namparra but Jud believes he is being stalked by foot-pads. Demelza falls pregnant again but agrees with Dwight not to tell Ross yet,given his monetary problems. Dwight is called out to give medical treatment to Caroline and tells her of the poverty in which many Cornish miners live. Ross patches things up with Francis,attempting to allay Demelza's fear that he is back in love with Elizabeth. Ross recalls Mark Daniel tell him as he helped him escape to France that he had seen a huge lode of copper in the disused mine Wheal Grace and the cousins plan to go into business and reopen the mine. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | History | Romance

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10 July 1977 (USA)  »

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[first lines]
Dr. Dwight Enys: Have you been drinking?
Francis Poldark: It's the custom on election night.
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The Fly Be on the Turnip
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Traditional
Performed by Paul Curran
[Jud sings in pub]
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