Daily Archives: July 22, 1732

LETTER 356: MRS. HARLOWE TO MRS. HOWE

Sat. July 22 Dear madam, I SEND you enclosed copies of five letters that have passed between Miss Howe and my Arabella. You are a person of so much prudence and good sense, and (being a mother yourself) can so … Continue reading

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LETTER 355: MISS HOWE TO MISS ARABELLA HARLOWE

Sat. July 22 It may be the misfortune of some people to engage everybody’s notice: others may be the happier , though they may be the more envious , for nobody’s thinking them worthy of any. But one would be glad people had the sense to … Continue reading

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LETTER 350: MR.LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD ESQ

Sat. July 22. What dost hate me for, Belford? —And why more and more? —Have I been guilty of any offence thou knewest not before? —If pathos can move such a heart as thine, can it alter facts? —Did I … Continue reading

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