Daily Archives: June 7, 1732

LETTER 235: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD ESQ;

  I will now give thee the substance of the dialogue that passed between the two women and the lady. Wonder not, that a perverse wife makes a listening husband. The event, however, as thou wilt find, justified the old observation, … Continue reading

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LETTER 224: MR. LOVELACE, TO JOHN BELFORD

Wednesday Night, 11 o’Clock.  Faith, Jack, thou hadst half undone me with thy nonsense, tho’ I would not own it in my yesterday’s letter; my conscience of thy party before. But I think I am my own man again. So near … Continue reading

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LETTER 237: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD ESQ;

We had hardly dined, when my coachman, who kept a look-out for Captain Tomlinson, as Will. did for old Grimes, conducted hither that worthy gentleman, attended by one servant, both on horseback. He alighted. I went out to meet him … Continue reading

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LETTER 236: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD ESQ;

We had at dinner, besides Miss Rawlins, a young widow-niece of Mrs. Moore, who is come to stay a month with her aunt— Bevis her name; very forward, very lively, and a great admirer of me, I assure you;—hanging smirkingly … Continue reading

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