Daily Archives: August 3, 1732

LETTER 386:MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO MISS MONTAGUE

Thursday, Aug. 3. Dear Madam, I am infinitely obliged to you for your kind and condescending letter. A letter, however, which heightens my regrets, as it gives me a new instance of what a happy creature I might have been … Continue reading

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L388: MR. BELFORD TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Aug. 3, 4. Madam, You have engaged me to communicate to you, upon honour (making neither better nor worse of the matter), what Mr. Lovelace has written to me, in relation to yourself, in the period preceding your going to … Continue reading

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LETTER 387: MR. BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE ESQ. LETTER 387.1 [CLARISSA HARLOWE] TO JOHN BELFORD ESQ

Thursday afternoon, Aug. 3. I am just now agreeably surprised by the following letter, delivered into my hands by a messenger from the lady. The letter she mentions, as inclosed ( a ) , I have returned, without taking a … Continue reading

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LETTER 385: MR BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE

Thursday morning, Aug. 3. six o’ clock. I have been so much employed in my own and Belton’s affairs, that I could not come to town till last night; having contented myself with sending to Mrs. Lovick, to know, from … Continue reading

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LETTER 392: MISS ARABELLA HARLOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

[In Answer to hers of Saturday, July 29. Letter 380] Thursday morn. Aug. 3. Sister Clary,   I wish you would not trouble me with any more of your letters. You had always a knack at writing; and depended upon … Continue reading

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