After sitting quarter hour on my knee, had doubted whether to come but better for the walk – in tolerable spirits but did not attempt to grubble her. On pretence of bringing Miss R[awson] upstairs, had little talk – she said how uneasy and unhappy she was about Miss W-, who was quite out of her mind. Mrs Priestley had given a hint of wishing me to go and talk to her – said she had better write and tell me that herself – sorry there was a little foolish awkwardness between us, but talking to her would do no good. I was expecting to hear from Captain Sutherland but if not, would take Miss W- over to Doctor Belcombe again – charged Miss R- to keep all as quiet as possible.

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