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Eliot writes: "I shall have to ask you to believe me that I became anxious, during the time I was in France, that I had stolen a part of this jewellery from you. Since getting back to England I have not had the courage to come to your house and to give it to you. Which is what I ought to do. So now I am asking Tom to hand you the packet, and as it is nothing to do with him I hope you will not speak of it together, it would be very painful to him. I am not showing this letter to him, or anyone. I shall not ask you to forgive me because you cannot." She ends the letter saying "Please do not answer this letter in any way."
Eliot, Letters 3: 333-4
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