Daily Archives: April 17, 1732

LETTER 127:MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD

He gives, in several letters, the substance of what is contained in the last of the Lady’s.He tells his friend, that calling at the Lawn, in his way to M. Hall (for he owns that he went not to Windsor), … Continue reading

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LETTER 126:MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

Late as I went to bed, I have had very little rest. Sleep and I have quarrell’d; and altho’ I court it, it will not be friends. I hope its Fellow-irreconcileables at Harlowe-Place, enjoy its balmy comforts. Else, that will … Continue reading

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LETTER 140: MR LOVELACE TO JOSEPH LEMAN

  April 17. He tells him, That the affair of Miss Betterton was a youthful frolick: That there was no Rape in the case: —That he went not abroad on her account: That she loved him, and he loved her: … Continue reading

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