Daily Archives: July 9, 1732

LETTER 323: LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD

Sunday night, July 9. Now, Jack, have I a subject with a vengeance. I am in the very height of my tryal for all my sins to my beloved fugitive. For here, yesterday, at about five o’clock, arrived Lady Sarah … Continue reading

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LETTER 325: MR. LOVELACE IN CONTINUATION

Mr. Lovelace . In Continuation.   It is much better, Jack, to tell your own story, when it must be known, than to have an adversary tell it for you. Conscious of this, I gave them a particular account, how … Continue reading

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LETTER 324: MR.LOVELACE IN CONTINUATION

Mr. Lovelace . In Continuation.   The Ladies, instead of taking up the subject where we had laid it down, must needs touch upon passages in my fair accuser’s letter, which I was in hopes they would have let rest, … Continue reading

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LETTER 316:MISS HOWE, TO CLARISSA HARLOWE

Sunday, July 9. May heaven signalize its vengeance, in the face of all the world, upon the most abandoned and profligate of men! —And in its own time, I doubt not but it will. —And we must look to a … Continue reading

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