Monthly Archives: September 1732

LETTER 525: LORD M. TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

  M. Hall, Friday Sept. 29. Dear Sir, My kinsman Lovelace is now setting out for London; proposing to see you, and then to go to Dover, and so embark. God send him well out of the kingdom!   On … Continue reading

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Letter 521: MR BELFORD TO MISS HOWE

  Thursday, Sept. 28.  Madam, I do myself the honour to send you with This, according to my promise ( a ) , copies of the posthumous letters written by your exalted friend. These will be accompanied with other letters, particularly a copy … Continue reading

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Letter 520: COLONEL MORDEN TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Tuesday, Sept. 26.  Dear Sir, I cannot help congratulating myself as well as you, that we have already got thro’ with the family every article of the Will, where they have any concern. You left me a discretional power, in many instances; and, … Continue reading

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Letter 519: Colonel Morden to John Bedford

Sat. Sept. 23.  Dear Sir, I am very sorry, that any-thing you have heard I have said should give you uneasiness. I am obliged to you for the letters you have communicated to me; and still further for your promise to … Continue reading

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LETTER 488: MISS CLARISA HARLOWE TO JAMES HARLOWE SEN. ESQ

Most dear Sir ! With exulting confidence now does your emboldened daughter come into your awful presence by those lines, who dared not, but upon This occasion, to look up to you with hopes of favour and forgiveness; since, when … Continue reading

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