Diana Morris, a Methodist evangelist, arrives in Heslop, a little town in Britain, in 1799. She lives with her close relative and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Fraud, although she plans to return to the field before long, where she often dwells. Seth Bede, a nearby carpenter, adores her and loves to live with her, even offering to marry her. Seth's brother, Adam Bed, too lives in Heslop and works as a foreman at a carpentry workshop where he and his brother work. Adam adores the magnificence of a 17-year-old town girl called Haiti Tawny. Haiti, who is Mr. Poisser's nephew, lives with Balane and helps as much as she can with family chores. Seth and Adam's father, after drinking wine, suffocate in a waterway close to his home His mother, although, is disturbed. The neighborhood proprietor, Square Dona thorn, controls the area with a press clench hand. His grandson and beneficiary, Captain Donatorn, a part of the Regiment Armed force, broke his arm and lived with the squire. All the villagers regard and adore Captain Donatorn, who considers himself a courageous man. Captain Donaturon furtively teases with Haiti and begins with the assembly with Pazers. He inquires her when she will come to the squire's home, and when she passes, she oversees to be alone within the woods. When Captain Donnithorne meets Haiti within the woods, they are alone for the first time, and both are calm. Captain Donnithorne prods Haiti his numerous books, and he sobs. He puts his weapon around him, but he at that point rapidly startles and escapes with the insufficiency of his advance. Afterward, Captain Denithorn realized what he had done and chosen that Hetty had to see what had happened. He meets her on the way through the timberland and kisses her. The experience starts within the long summer and ends when Captain Donitone has cleared out to rejoin his regiment. Hetty accepts Captain Donissone will wed her and connect the brilliant society he dreams of. She doesn't cherish him at all but adores the riches and benefits that she would be entitled to when she marries him. Captain Donnithorne has a grown-up party and welcomes all individuals to the parish. Everyone comes and they all have an incredible time with feasts and diversions. Adam learned that Hettie was wearing a rocket that Captain Donnythorne gave him. She suspects that there is a mystery woman but concludes that it is outlandish to cover up such things from Poyer. Adam answered that he had to type in a letter to Hetty to let her know that the matter was over. Captain Donnithorne does so and Adam conveys the letter. Hetty is smashed, but after a while, she decides to wed Adam in order to get out of her current life. Adam offers and Hetty acknowledges. When Captain Donnithorne clears out, Hetty is pregnant, but neither of them know it. She chooses to try to find Captain Donnithorne since she cannot bear to find her disgrace for those who know her. She accepts Captain Donnithorne will help her, indeed if she feels that he will never be able to move completely away from the other woman. Hetty sets out to find Captain Donnithorne. After a challenging journey, she learns that he cleared out for Ireland. She heads to the house, with the purpose of going to Dinah, who, agreeing to her, will help her without judging her. Along the way, she gives birth to her child. Anguished, she takes the boy to the woods and buries him beneath a tree. Hetty takes off but cannot elude the sound of the boy crying.