After a few months in the village, Dr. Harrison has caught the eye of several of the young ladies. He has focused his attention on the parson's daughter, Sophie Hutton, and hopes to spend some time with her at Lady Ludlow's garden party. Her younger brother Walter takes ill however. Captain Brown receives a visit from Major Gordon who has an interest in his daughter, Jessie. While she too is interested in the Major, she's not sure she can leave her father alone. Mayhem ensues when Mrs. Forrester's cow, Bessie, goes missing after someone leaves the gate open. Lady Ludlow's estate manager Mr. Carter catches young Harry Gregson trespassing but decides to hire him rather than report him to the constable. Matilda meets someone from her past. Rumors have it that the railway may be coming to Cranford. Written by
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[Mrs. Forester's cow has fallen into a lime pit and is struggling in vain to get itself out
I think the odour is the burning of the poor thing's hair - the lime has singed it off.
What care I if she's bald?
Miss Deborah Jenkyns
She will not be bald if she cannot be recovered - she will be naked!
It pains me to say it, Mrs. Forester, but the poor bad beast will have to be destroyed - unless you're prepared to dress it in pyjamas!
Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K 525: I. Allegro
Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart See more