Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

In Chap.8, what is Mr.Utterson most concerned about at the end of the chapter?

I'm guessing it's how he should protect Jekyll, but i'm not sure

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At this point in the story, Mr. Utterson is most concerned with a mysterious note addressed to him. He gathers that Hyde's death may not have been a suicide after all, so he rushes back to his office to read the note in private.