LETTER 353: MISS HOWE, T0 MISS ARABELLA HARLOWE

Friday, July 21. 

Miss Arabella Harlowe,
If you had half as much sense as you have ill nature, you would (notwithstanding the exuberance of the latter) have been able to distinguish between a kind intention to you all (that you might have the less to reproach yourselves with, if a deplorable case should happen), and an officiousness I owed you not, by reason of freedoms at least reciprocal. I will not, for the unhappy body’s sake, as you call a sister you have helped to make so, say all that I could say. If what I fear happen, you shall hear (whether desired or not) all the mind of

 

Anna Howe.

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