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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 533: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE

London, October 26. I cannot think, my dear Lovelace, that Colonel Morden has either threatened you in those gross terms mentioned by the vile, hypocritical, and ignorant Joseph Leman, or intends to follow you. They are the words of people … Continue reading

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LETTER 531: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE

London, Oct. 25. I write, to shew you, that I am incapable of slighting even the minutest requests of an absent and distant friend. Yet you may believe, that there cannot be any great alterations in the little time that … Continue reading

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LETTER 528: MR. BELFORD TO LORD M

Thursday morning, Oct. 5. It may be some satisfaction to your Lordship, to have a brief account of what has just now passed between Colonel Morden and me.   We had a good deal of discourse about the Harlowe-family, and … Continue reading

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LETTER 527: MR BELFORD TO LORD M.

Wedn. night, Oct. 4. My Lord, I am just returned from attending Mr. Lovelace as far as Gad’s-Hill near Rochester. He was exceeding gay all the way. Mowbray and Tourville are gone on with him. They will see him embark, … Continue reading

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