Daily Archives: July 20, 1732

LETTER 352: MISS ARABELLA HARLOWE, TO MISS ANNA HOWE

Thursday, July 20.   Miss Howe, I have yours of this morning. All that has happened to the unhappy body you mention, is what we foretold, and expected. Let him, for whose sake she abandoned us, be her comfort. We are told he has … Continue reading

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LETTER 351: MISS HOWE, TO MISS ARABELLA HARLOWE

Thursday, July 20.  Miss Harlowe, I cannot help acquainting you, however it may be received, as coming from me, that your poor sister is dangerously ill, at the house of one Smith, who keeps a glover’s and perfume-shop, in King-street, Covent-Garden. She knows not that I … Continue reading

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LETTER 342: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Thursday morn. July 20.   What, my dearest creature, have been your sufferings! — What must have been your anguish on so disgraceful an insult, committed in the open streets, and in the open day!   No end, I think, … Continue reading

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LETTER 343: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

Thursday afternoon.   You oppress me, my dearest Miss Howe, by your flaming, yet steady love. I will be very brief, because I am not well; yet a good deal better than I was; and because I am preparing an … Continue reading

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LETTER 345: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Thursday Night.  I was forced to take back my twenty guineas. How the women managed it, I can’t tell (I suppose too readily found a purchaser for the rich suit); but she mistrusted, that I was the advancer of the money; and would … Continue reading

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