After a little more concern over the fall of Harry Greenacre, the mixing of the "quality" guests with the others, and with an uninvited guest, speeches are made in the tent and dining room and much fun is had by all.

Chapter 40: Ullathorne sports - Act II

Slope, somewhat tipsy, follows Eleanor into the garden, calls her by her first name, and slips his hand round her waist, receiving "a box on the ear" for his pains. Eleanor tells him she will never speak to him again and runs back to the house. Slope spots the bishop talking to Gwynne and sees the opportunity to get introduced, but when the news of the dean's death arrives, he immediately sets off for Barchester.

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