Ewell. Oct. 18. 
My dearest Marianne,
The thought you're your being "anxious" give me so much anxiety to myself, that I cannot let a post go this morning without giving you all the solace I can by saying how completely you explanation about the books, &c. has done away any little uncomfortableness that may have forced an indication of itself upon
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nothing to what I have already said about Percy, because I trust that by this time it will have given practical relief to all parties, & that no more misconceptions need happen.
Your ever loving husband
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