Daily Archives: March 30, 1732

Letter 65: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

  Thursday morning, daybreak, March 30   AN accident has occasioned my remissness, as, till you know it, you may justly think my silence.   My mamma was sent for on Sunday night, with the utmost earnestness, by her cousin … Continue reading

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LETTER 70: MISS HOWE, TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Thursday Night, March 30.   The fruits of my inquiry after your abominable wretch’s behaviour and baseness, at the paltry ale-house, which he calls an inn; prepare to hear.   Wrens and Sparrows are not too ignoble a quarry for this … Continue reading

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LETTER 68: MISS HOWE, TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Thursday Morning.  I will now take some notice of your last favour. But being so far behind-hand with you, must be brief.   In the first place, as to your reproofs, thus shall I discharge myself of that part of my … Continue reading

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LETTER 67: MRS HOWE, TO CHARLES HICKMAN

Thursday, March 30.  I cannot but say, Mr. Hickman, but you have cause to be dissatisfied—to be out of humour— to be displeased—with Nancy—But, upon my word; But indeed—What shall I say? —Yet this I will say, that you good young gentlemen know … Continue reading

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