Daily Archives: July 8, 1732

LETTER 322: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD

Six Sat. morning, July 8. Have I nothing new, nothing diverting, in my whimsical way, thou askest, in one of thy three letters before me, to entertain thee with? —And thou tellest me, that, when I have least to narrate, … Continue reading

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LETTER 315: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO ANNA HOWE

The Lady next gives an account, Of her recovery from her phrensical and sleepy disorders: Of her attempt to get away in his absence: Of the conversations that followed, at his return, between them: Of the guilty figure he made: … Continue reading

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LETTER 314: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO ANNA HOWE

In the midst of these agreeablenesses, the coach came to the door. The pretended Lady Betty besought me to give them my company to their cousin Leeson’s I desired to be excused: Yet suspected nothing. She would not be denied. How … Continue reading

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