Daily Archives: April 27, 1732

LETTER 156: MISS HOWE, TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

[With her two last Letters 150 and 151 enclosed.]  Thursday Night, April 27.   I have yours, just brought me. Mr. Hickman has help’d me to a lucky expedient, which, with the assistance of the post, will enable me to … Continue reading

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LETTER 150: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Thursday, April 27.  I am sorry you return’d my Norris. But you must be allow’d to do as you please. So must I, in return. We must neither of us, perhaps, expect absolutely of the other what is the rightest to … Continue reading

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Letter 157: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE: TO ANNA HOWE

Thursday Morning, Eight o’Clock. I am more and more displeased with Mr. Lovelace, on reflection, for his boldness in hoping to make me, tho’ but passively, as I may say, testify to his great untruth. And I shall like him … Continue reading

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LETTER 151: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

From the same. Inclosed in the above.    Thursday, April 27.    I have been making inquiry, as I told you I would, whether your relations had really (before you left them) resolved upon that change of measures which your aunt … Continue reading

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