LETTER 160: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

In the Lady’s next letter, dated on Monday morning, she praises his behaviour at church, his observations afterwards. Likes the people of the house better than she did. The more likes them by reason of the people of condition that visit them.She dates again, and declares herself displeased at Miss Partington’s being introduced to her: And still more for being obliged to promise to be present at Mr. Lovelace’s collation. She foresees, she says, a murder’d evening.

 

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