Category Archives: from Anna Howe

LETTER 197: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Sat. Sunday, May 20, 21.  Now, my dear, for the promised subject. You must not ask me, how I came by the originals (such they really are) that I am going to present you with: For my mamma would not read to me those … Continue reading

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LETTER 196: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Saturday, May 20.  I did not know, my dear, that you deferred giving an answer to Mr. Lovelace’s proposals, till you had my opinion of them. A particular hand occasionally going to town, will leave this at Wilson’s, that no delay … Continue reading

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LETTER 188: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

  Thursday, May 18. I Have neither time nor patience, my dear friend, is to answer to every material article in your last letters, just now received. Mr. Lovelace’s proposals are all I like of him. And yet (as you … Continue reading

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LETTER 183: MRS ANNA HOWE TO CLARISSA HARLOWE

Sunday, May 14. How it is now, my dear, between you and Mr. Lovelace, I cannot tell. But wicked as the man is, I am afraid he must be your lord and master.     I called him by several … Continue reading

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LETTER 181: MISS HOWE TO MRS. JUDITH NORTON

  Saturday, May 13.  Dear Madam, My heart is almost broken to be obliged to let you know, that such is the situation of things in the family of my ever-dear Miss Harlowe, that there can be at present no success … Continue reading

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