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Toggle navigation Menu. Home e-Edition Obituaries Newsletters. Special coverage. An epic story about power, beauty and how one of SC's last great places faces new threats. Andrew got enemies Chenkin friends and the nurse. Llewellyn refused to let him use the hospital. The nurse made Evan loose the use of his arm. The Vaughans became friends of Andrew and his wife.
Mrs Vaughan gave present to Christine making Andrew angry.
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Christine made a little garden. Page was dead. Many doctors paid a part of their salaries to Dr.
Andrew go to the dentist Con Boland, who became his friend. Andrew warned Dr. They apid to Llewellyn because he sees their patients. Andrew wanted to get a better degree and began studying languages with Christine. Challis made Manson work at Cardiff University. Andrew was examined at London. He passed the exam and wrote to Christine. Sam Bevan get trapped in a mine.
Return to Book Page. The personal conflicts a young doctor faces, described by the very interesting style of A. Yet at every turn Warley undercuts the tired dogmas of stasis. Read More. The doctor, Andrew, and his wife, Christine, were both likable characters.
Andrew had to cut Bevan left arm to free him. When Manson returned home, Christine thought that he was trapped. The Mansons received gifts from their poor patients. Andrew invited the Evans to Christmas dinner. Oxborrow was responsible of making Tom Evans lose the use of his arm.
Christine was expecting a baby. Christine went to stay with an aunt and Andrew continued with his research into cool dust. Christine returned and made Andrew not work until late. Llewelly informed Manson that Christine had an accident when she fell, walking over a bridge and lost the baby. A few members of the committee, led by Chenkin were jealous of his success. Andrew tested the lungs of animals but Chenkin and his men took them away. Andrew showed a letter from a University in Scotland, offering him another medical degree in recognition of his coal dust discoveries.
The committee expected him to remain, but he gave them a month notice to leave. Andrew coal dust discoveries were printed in reports in England and America. Challis offered him to be their medical officer, Andrew accepted. Andrew had to read report for a month. Andrew met Dr. Hope and they became friends. The Mansons explored London. The Government asked Andrew to make a report of medical materials, it was very boring. He left his job. Finally, Dr. Gadsby was praised by the newspapers for his information about coal dust causing disease.
Andrew and Christine moved and bought a practice of surgery.
They passed hard times. Manson friends were doctors who believed in charge a lot of the fees for patients. Andrew told Abbey looking for a post in a hospital. Andrew cured the sore hands of Miss Cramb recommending her a diet. Miss Cramb sent patients to Andrew. Andrew treated the rich Miss Everett with a treatment he considered useless to earn money.
This lady advised him to buy a better suit. Andrew bought two suits and cured patients sent by Miss Everett. He cured a rich young lady, named Toppy, because she felt nervous due to an argument. Andrew treated Toppy again. He bought a car. The place was noisy. Freddie treated Mrs.
Raeburn who thought she was ill from the chest. But she had nothing. She paid Andrew a cheque.
Andrew got lot of patients, Christine helped him mixing bottles of medicine. Lawrence invited Andrew to a party, he lied to Christine telling her that he had lunch with Hamson. The next morning the party was reported on the newspaper. Christine felt sorry for that. Robert Abbey telephoned to tell that Andrew has been appointed to a post at the Victoria Hospital. Andrew began to work in the old building of the hospital with low interest in patients and in his coal dust discoveries. Denny returned and noticed the change of mind in Andrew. Hope also came for dinner.
Denny told Christine that they must try to lead Andrew back to his old Drinefly standards. Andrew made Sybil Thonton be operated by Mr. He gave Manson acheque for 20 pounds. Christine spoke to him telling that he was very interested in money. Andrew took the advise of Mr.
Laurence to rent a new surgery in the rich area of London. Andrew worked in his surgery in Welbeck street and in the Victoria Hospital until 10 p. Andrew sent and received patients from Hanson. Andrew quarreled with his wife, but ended by buying her a dress.