Category Archives: from Robert Lovelace

LETTER 536: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Trent, Dec. 3-14.  To-morrow is to be the Day, that will, in all probability, send either one or two ghosts to attend the Manes of my Clarissa . I arrived here yesterday; and inquiring for an English gentleman of the name of Morden, soon found out the Colonel’s lodgings. He had been in town two days; … Continue reading

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LETTER 535: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Lintz, Nov. 28. Dec. 9. I am now on my way to Trent, in order to meet Colonel Morden, in pursuance of his answer to my letter inclosed in my last. I had been at Presburgh, and had intended to visit some other … Continue reading

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LETTER 534: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Munich, Nov. 11-22.  I received yours this moment, just as I was setting out for Vienna. As to going to Madrid, or one single step out of the way, to avoid Colonel Morden, let me perish, if I do! You cannot … Continue reading

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LETTER 532: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Paris, Oct. 16-27. I follow my last of the, on the occasion of a letter just now come to hand from Joseph Leman. The fellow is Conscience-ridden, Jack; and tells me, ‘That he cannot rest either day or night for … Continue reading

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Letter 530: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD

  Paris, Octob. 14-25. —-Timor & minæ Scandunt eodem quo dominus: neque Decedit ærata triremi, & Post equitem sedet atra cura.   In a language so expressive as the English, I hate the pedantry of tagging or prefacing what I … Continue reading

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