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 write. Some violent words, in the nature of an imprecation, from her father, afflict her greatly in her weak state. I presume not to direct to you what to do in this case. You are her sister. I therefore could not help writing to you, not only for her sake, but for your own.

 

I am, Madam,
Your humble Servant,
Anna Howe .

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