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LETTER 373: MISS HOWE TO THE TWO MISSES MONTAGUE

Sat. July 29. Dear Ladies, I have not been wanting to use all my interest with my beloved friend, to induce her to forgive and be reconciled to your kinsman (tho’ he has so ill deserved it); and have even … Continue reading

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LETTER 372: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

[In answer to hers of July 27. p. 275.] Friday night, July 28. I will now, my dearest friend, write to you all my mind, without reserve, on your resolution not to have this vilest of men. You gave me, … Continue reading

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LETTER 296: MRS. HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

  Friday, June 30.  Miss Clarissa Harlowe, You will wonder to receive a letter from me. I am sorry for the great distress you seem to be in. Such a hopeful young lady as you were! —But see what comes of disobedience to … Continue reading

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LETTER 67: MRS HOWE, TO CHARLES HICKMAN

Thursday, March 30.  I cannot but say, Mr. Hickman, but you have cause to be dissatisfied—to be out of humour— to be displeased—with Nancy—But, upon my word; But indeed—What shall I say? —Yet this I will say, that you good young gentlemen know … Continue reading

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LETTER 40: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

  I will now, tho’ midnight (for I have no sleep in my eyes), resume the subject I was forced so abruptly to quit; and will obey yours, Miss Lloyd’s, Miss Campion’s, and Miss Biddulph’s call, with as much temper … Continue reading

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