Daily Archives: July 24, 1732

LETTER 362: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO MRS. NORTON

Monday night, July 24.   My dear Mrs. Norton,   Had I not fallen into fresh troubles, which disabled me for several days from holding a pen, I should not have forborn inquiring after your health, and that of your … Continue reading

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LETTER 361: MRS. NORTON, TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Monday, July 24.   Excuse, my dearest young Lady, my long silence. I have been extremely ill. My poor boy has also been at death’s door; and, when I hoped that he was better, he has relapsed. Alas! my dear, … Continue reading

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