Mark Daniel learns of Keren's affair with Dwight Enys; Ross helps Mark avoid capture by the authorities.

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On the eve of Ross's trial in Bodmin a party is thrown to celebrate the victory of newly-elected local M.P. Unwin Trevaunance,who brings with him Caroline Penvenen,a spirited teen-aged heiress who is aware that he is marrying her for her money. At the party a drunken Francis accuses George of sponsoring the pamphlets defaming Ross and then goes back to his room to kill himself,being dissuaded by Dwight Enys. Demelza also attends the function,deliberately seeking out the judge who will be trying Ross and captivating him as the only interesting person to have spoken to him all evening. However she is prevented from speaking to him about the court case. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | History | Romance

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26 June 1977 (USA)  »

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Even though a severe storm puts the brigantine on the rocks, shortly after the seas are very calm when the villagers loot the ship's cargo. See more »

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Captain Malcolm McNeil: Daptain, will you allow me to offer you a word of advice?
Ross Poldark: What is it?
Captain Malcolm McNeil: Be careful of the law. It's a twisty, cranky old thing, and you may flout it a dozen times, but once it has you in its grip, you'll find it never lets go.
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In Dulci Jubilo
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Traditional
By Robert Lucas de Pearsall
[children caroling on Christmas]
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