Wallington, Cambo, Morpeth. - Has completely re-arranged the library, which was very interesting but 'rather hard physical work' at his age, incorporating the two bookcases, one the 'pretty Morris' one, from London. Is sending Robert a box of the books belonging to him. Has been corresponding with Professor [Herbert Hall?] Turner, who has a 'fine fraternal idea of the [Apostles] Society'. As it is Sunday morning, he is writing to George as usual; would like to have more letters from Robert and suggests he fixes a day to write. Charles and his family are now re-united at Cambo; Aunt Anna [Philips] has been here a fortnight.