Daily Archives: July 18, 1732

LETTER 339: MR. BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE

  Tuesday night, July 18.  I am just come from the lady. I was admitted into the dining-room, where she was sitting in an elbowchair, in a very weak and low way. She made an effort to stand up, when I … Continue reading

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LETTER 338: MR. BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, Esq

  Tuesday, July, 18. Afternoon.  I Renewed my inquiries after the lady’s health, in the morning, by my servant: And, as soon as I had dined, I went myself. I had but a poor account of it: Yet sent up my … Continue reading

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LETTER 375: MRS NORTON TO MRS HARLOWE

  Friday, July 28. Honoured Madam, Being forbidden, without leave, to send you anything I might happen to receive from my beloved Miss Clary, and so ill, that I cannot attend to askyour leave, I give you this trouble, to … Continue reading

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LETTER 332: MISS MONTAGUE, TO MISS HOWE

M. Hall, July 18. Dear Madam,   In pursuance of my promise, I will minutely inform you of every-thing we know, relating to this shocking transaction.   When we returned from you on Thursday night, and made our report of … Continue reading

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