Crispin goes into the town of Great Wexly. With his penny, he buys white bread from a street vendor. He finds it is soft and chewy. He thinks that's weird.
Crispin saw a lady riding a horse. There were three guards on each side. Masses of people were there just to see her pass by. She was covered in gold and jewels. Yet everyone in the party was wearing black of some sort.
After everyone had gone. Crispin asked a boy a question. "Who was that?" The boy replied, "Don't you know, that's Lady Furnival."
GET THAT BOY, HE HAS BEEN DECLARED A WOLF'S HEAD!
Crispin entered a great cathedral. It had stained glass windows and beautiful paintings on the walls. Two guards stood outside the door. Crispin didn't know if they would let him in. They let him pass though, as if he were an ordinary young boy.
In the Cathedral Crispin prayed to the saints. He prayed and prayed and prayed.
Crispin then looks in front of him. There is someone there, he looks familiar, but can't be placed in Crispin's mind. He looks closer and realizes it's John Ayecliffe! He turned to run, but Ayecliffe saw him.