Daily Archives: September 1, 1732

LETTER 453: MR LOVELECE, TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Uxbridge, Sept. 1. twelve o’clock at night.  I send you the papers with this. You must account to me honestly and fairly when I see you for the earnestness with which you write for them. And then also will we talk … Continue reading

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LETTER 452: MR BELFORED, TO ROBER LOVELACE, ESQ

Friday, Sept. 1.   How astonishing, in the midst of such affecting scenes, is thy mirth on what thou callest my own aspirations ! Never, surely, was there such another man in this world, thy talents and thy levity taken together! —Surely, what … Continue reading

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LETTER 451: MR BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ

Friday Morn. Sept. 1.   It is surprising, that I, a man, should be so much affected as I was, at such an object as is the subject of my former letter; who also, in my late uncle’s case, and poor Belton’s, had … Continue reading

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