Daily Archives: September 6, 1732

LETTER 472: MR BELFORD TO ROBEKT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Eight in the Evening. I had but just time in my former, to tell you, that Colonel Morden was arrived. He was on horseback, attended by two servants, and alit at the door, just as the clock struck five. Mrs. … Continue reading

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LETTER 485: JOHN HARLOWE, TO HIS DEAR NIECE MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Wedn. Sept. 6. We were greatly grieved, my beloved Miss Clary, at your fault; but we are still more, if possible, to hear you are so very ill; and we are sorry things have been carried so far.   We … Continue reading

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Letter 471: From Mr. Belford to Mr. Robert Lovelace

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Letter 470: From Robert Lovelace to John Belford

  Wedn. morn. Sept. 6.  And is she somewhat better? —Blessings upon thee without number or measure! Let her still be better and better! Tell me so at least, if it be notso: For thou knowest not what a joy that poor temporary reprieve, … Continue reading

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LETTER 470: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE

Wedn. morn. Sept. 6.  And is she somewhat better? —Blessings upon thee without number or measure! Let her still be better and better! Tell me so at least, if it be notso: For thou knowest not what a joy that poor temporary reprieve, that … Continue reading

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