Daily Archives: April 8, 1732

LETTER 95: MR LOVELACE TO JOSEPH LEMAN

April 8 HONEST JOSEPH, At length your beloved young lady has consented to free herself from the cruel treatment she has so long borne. She is to meet me without the garden-door at about four o’clock on Monday afternoon. I … Continue reading

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LETTER 86: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

Sat. Morn, 8 o’Clock, April 8. Whether you will blame me, or not, I cannot tell, But I have deposited a letter confirming my former resolution to leave this house on Monday next, within the hours, if possible, prefixed in … Continue reading

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LETTER 87: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Sat. Afternoon. By your last date of Ten, in your letter of this day, you could not long have deposited it, before Robin took it. He rode hard, and brought it to me just as I had risen from table. … Continue reading

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LETTER 88: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

[The preceding letter not received.]   Saturday Afternoon.   Already have I an ecstatic answer, as I may call it, to my letter.   ‘He promises compliance in every article with my will: Approves of all I propose; particularly of … Continue reading

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