Thomas continues dating Grace, barmaid at the Garrison pub, unaware that she has been planted by Campbell to spy on his activities. At a country fair outside the city Thomas gets into a fight with the Lees, a violent family of travellers, who later send him a bullet with his name on, giving him another adversary to rank alongside Billy Kimber. Campbell sends a message to Thomas via Aunt Polly and they meet on neutral ground at a hotel. Thomas proposes to Campbell that if he leaves him alone he will return the guns. If he is arrested the guns will be sent to the IRA in Ireland. If not the weapons will be given to Campbell to make him appear a hero. Campbell is unhappy but reluctantly agrees. Ada falls pregnant by Freddie Thorne and Thomas sends a message to Freddie demanding he leaves Birmingham. Freddie, however, decides to stay and face him. Written by
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Did You Know?
The Marquis pub was the Marquis of Lorne in Cattel Road now called the Roost. Not far from St Andrews Football Ground See more
The IRA member who tries to subdue Grace says he is taking her in for interrogation on behalf of the "Irish Free State". This is incorrect because during the War of Independence, the IRA's allegiance was to the elected Dáil (parliament) of the Irish Republic.
The IRA later fought in the Irish Civil War on the anti-treaty side against the 26-county Irish Free State, a British Dominion, in favour of a 32-county Irish Republic. See more
How's your beautiful horse?
I just put a bullet in his head.
Was he lame?
He looked at me the wrong way. It's not a good idea to look at Tommy Shelby the wrong way.
Written by Jack White
Performed by The White Stripes See more