Daily Archives: June 10, 1732

LETTER 246: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Sat. midnight NO rest , says a text that I once heard preached upon, to the wicked —and I cannot close my eyes; yet wanted only to compound for half an hour in an elbow-chair. So must scribble on. I parted with the captain … Continue reading

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LETTER 245: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

This debate between the captain and me was hardly over, when the three Women led by Miss Rawlins, entered, hoping, No intrusion—but very desirous the maiden said, to know if we were likely to accommodate. Oh yes, I hope so. … Continue reading

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LETTER 240: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

  Saturday, 6 o’clock, June 10. The lady gave Will’s sweetheart a letter last night to be carried to the post-house as this morning, directed for Miss Howe, under cover to Hickman. I dare say neither cover nor letter will be … Continue reading

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