When Elizabeth is finally able to tell Jane about Mr. Darcy's proposal, Jane feels sorry for Mr. Darcy's disappointment.
When Elizabeth tells her Darcy's side of the Wickham story, she struggles. Jane has a hard time thinking poorly of either man. Ultimately, though, she is persuaded.
Elizabeth wonders if she should expose Mr. Wickham's awful character, but she thinks not because she cannot expose him without telling all the details related to Miss Darcy, which Mr. Darcy specifically asked her not to do.
Elizabeth is perfectly silent about her new information regarding Bingley, realizing that it would just wound Jane rather than bring her comfort.
As for Jane, she is not happy and still regards Mr. Bingley with affection.
Mrs. Bennet, for her part, is bitter over idea of losing her house to Charlotte Collins at some point in the distant future. She tells Elizabeth that she bets the Collinses talk about it all the time. Elizabeth says that they never mentioned it in front of her.