Daily Archives: July 28, 1732

LETTER 370: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Friday, July 28.  I have three letters of thine to take notice of ( a ) : But I am divided in my mind, whether to quarrel with thee, in thy unmerciful reflections; or to thank thee, for thy acceptable particularity and diligence. … Continue reading

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LETTER 374: MRS NORTON TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Friday, July 28. My dearest young Lady, I have the consolation to tell you, that my son is once again in an hopeful way, as to his health. He desires his duty to you. He is very low and weak. … Continue reading

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LETTER 373: MISS HOWE TO THE TWO MISSES MONTAGUE

Sat. July 29. Dear Ladies, I have not been wanting to use all my interest with my beloved friend, to induce her to forgive and be reconciled to your kinsman (tho’ he has so ill deserved it); and have even … Continue reading

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LETTER 372: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

[In answer to hers of July 27. p. 275.] Friday night, July 28. I will now, my dearest friend, write to you all my mind, without reserve, on your resolution not to have this vilest of men. You gave me, … Continue reading

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LETTER 371: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

But now I have cleared myself of any intentional levity on occasion of my beloved’s meditation; which, as thou observest, is finely suited to her case (that is to say, as she and you have drawn her case); I cannot help … Continue reading

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