Daily Archives: March 27, 1732

LETTER 61: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO MISS HOWE

Monday afternoon, March 27. I have deposited my narrative down to this day noon; but I hope soon to follow it with another letter, that I may keep you as little a while as possible in that suspense, which I … Continue reading

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LETTER 60: CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO MISS HOWE

Monday morning, March 27. This morning early my uncle Harlowe came hither. He sent me up the inclosed very tender letter. It has made me wish I could oblige him! — You’ll see how Mr. Solmes’s ill qualities are gloss’d … Continue reading

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