Author Archives: Russell McLaren

POSTSCRIPT

The Author of the foregoing Work has been favoured, in the course of its Publication, with many Anonymous Letters, in which the Writers have differently expressed their wishes as to what they apprehended of the Catastrophe.   Most of those … Continue reading

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CONCLUSION: JOHN BELFORD

What remains to be mentioned for the satisfaction of such of the readers as may be presumed to have interested themselves in the fortunes of those other principals in the story, who survived Mr. Lovelace, will be found summarily related … Continue reading

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LETTER 486: MR BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE

Friday night, Sept. 8. past ten. I will now take up the account of our proceedings from my letter of last night, which contained the dying words of this incomparable lady.   As soon as we had seen the last … 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 484:MISS ARABELLA HARLOWE, TO CLARISSA HARLOWE

Wedn morning, Sept. 6. Dear Sister, We have just heard that you are exceedingly ill. We all loved you as never young creature was loved: You are sensible of That, Sister Clary. And you have been very naughty—But we could … Continue reading

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