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LETTER 342: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Thursday morn. July 20.   What, my dearest creature, have been your sufferings! — What must have been your anguish on so disgraceful an insult, committed in the open streets, and in the open day!   No end, I think, … Continue reading

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LETTER 327: MISS HOWE, TO CLARISSA HARLOWE

Thursday night, July 13.  Collins sets not out to-morrow. Some domestic occasion hinders him. Rogers is but now return’d from you, and cannot well be spared. Mr. Hickman is gone upon an affair of my mother’s, and has taken both his … Continue reading

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LETTER 317: MISS HOWE, TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Monday, July 10. I now, my dearest friend, resume my pen, to obey my mother, in giving you her opinion upon your unhappy story.   She still harps upon the old string, and will have it, that all your calamities … Continue reading

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LETTER 316:MISS HOWE, TO CLARISSA HARLOWE

Sunday, July 9. May heaven signalize its vengeance, in the face of all the world, upon the most abandoned and profligate of men! —And in its own time, I doubt not but it will. —And we must look to a … Continue reading

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LETTER 310: MISS HOWE TO CLARISSA HARLOWE

Wednesday, July 5. My dear Clarissa, I have at last heard from you from a quarter I little expected. From my mamma. She had for some time seen me uneasy and grieving; and justly supposed it was about you. And this … Continue reading

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