Author Archives: Sarah Mauller

LETTER 461: DR. H., TO JAMES HARLOWE, SENIOR, ESQ.

London, Sept. 4.   Sir,   If I may judge of the hearts of other parents by my own, I cannot doubt but you will take it well to be informed, that you have yet an opportunity to save yourself … Continue reading

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LETTER 462: MR. BELFORD, TO WILLIAM MORDEN, ESQ.

London, Sept. 4   ,   The urgency of the case, and the opportunity by your servant, will sufficiently apologize for this trouble from a stranger to your person; who, however, is not a stranger to your merit.   I … Continue reading

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LETTER 460: MR. BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Monday, Sept. 4.   The lady would not read the letter she had from Mrs. Norton, till she had received the Communion, for fear it should contain any-thing that might disturb that happy calm, which she had been endeavouring to … Continue reading

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LETTER 412: MR. LOVELACE, TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Tuesday, Aug. 15.   Thank thee, Jack, most heartily I thank thee, for the sober conclusion of thy last! —I have a good mind, for the sake of it, to forgive thy till-now absolutely unpardonable extracts.   But dost think … Continue reading

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LETTER 411: MR. BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Monday, Aug. 14.   I am extremely concerned for thy illness. I should be very sorry to lose thee. Yet, if thou diest so soon, I could wish, from my soul, it had been before the beginning of last April: … Continue reading

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