Author Archives: Tonya-Marie Howe

LETTER 500: COLONEL MORDEN TO SIR JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Sunday Night, Sept. 10.   Dear Sir, According to my promise, I send you an account of matters here. Poor Mrs. Norton was so very ill upon the road, that, slowly as the herse moved, and the chariot followed, I … Continue reading

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LETTER 499: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ

O Lovelace ! I have a scene to paint in relation to the wretched Sinclair, that, if I do it justice, will make thee seriously ponder and reflect, or nothing can. I will lead to it in order; and that … Continue reading

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LETTER 497: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Uxbridge, Sat. Sept. 9. Jack, I think is absolutely right that my ever-dear and beloved lady should be opened and embalmed. It must be done out of hand—this very afternoon. Your acquaintance Tomkins and old Anderson of this place, whom … Continue reading

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LETTER 400: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ

Friday, Aug. 11.   Mr . Belford acquaints his friend with the generosity of Lord M. and the Ladies of his family; and with the lady’s grateful sentiments upon the occasion.He says, that in hopes to avoid the pain of … Continue reading

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LETTER 399: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ

Thursday night, Aug. 10.   You have been informed by Tourville, how much Belton’s illness and affairs have engaged me, as well as Mowbray and him, since my former. I called at Smith’s on Monday, in my way to Epsom. … Continue reading

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