Category Archives: From Judith Norton

LETTER 432: MRS NORTON TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Tuesday, Aug. 22. After I had sealed up the inclosed, I had the honour of a private visit from your aunt Hervey, who has been in a very low-spirited way, and kept her chamber for several weeks past; and is … Continue reading

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LETTER 381: MRS NORTON TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Monday, July 31. My dearest young lady, I Must indeed own, that I took the liberty to write to your mamma, offering to inclose to her, if she gave me leave, yours of the 24th: By which I thought she … Continue reading

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LETTER 361: MRS. NORTON, TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Monday, July 24.   Excuse, my dearest young Lady, my long silence. I have been extremely ill. My poor boy has also been at death’s door; and, when I hoped that he was better, he has relapsed. Alas! my dear, … Continue reading

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LETTER 301: FROM JUDITH NORTON TO CLARISSA HARLOWE

Mrs. Norton . In Answer. Saturday, July 1. Your letter, my dearest young lady, cuts me to the heart! Why will you not let me know all your distresses! —Yet you have said enough!     My son is very … Continue reading

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LETTER 180: MRS. NORTON TO MISS HOWE

      Mrs. Norton, To Miss Howe .  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 … Continue reading

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