Category Archives: to Anna Howe

Letter 521: MR BELFORD TO MISS HOWE

  Thursday, Sept. 28.  Madam, I do myself the honour to send you with This, according to my promise ( a ) , copies of the posthumous letters written by your exalted friend. These will be accompanied with other letters, particularly a copy … Continue reading

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LETTER 435 AND 436: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO MISS HOWE

Friday, Aug. 25. You are very obliging, my dear Miss Howe, to account to me for your silence. I was easy in it, as I doubted not, that among such near and dear friends as you are with, you was … Continue reading

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Letter 405: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

Friday, Aug. 11 I WILL send you a large packet, as you desire and expect; since I can do it by so safe a conveyance: but not all that is come to my hand—for I must own that my friends … Continue reading

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LETTER 398: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO LORD M. AND TO THE LADIES OF HIS HOUSE

[In Reply to Miss Montague’s of Monday, Aug. 7. Letter 394] Tuesday, Aug. 8.   Excuse me, my good Lord, and my ever-honoured Ladies, from accepting of your noble quarterly bounty; and allow me to return, with all grateful acknowlegement, … Continue reading

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LETTER 379: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

Sunday, July 30.  You have given me great pleasure, my dearest friend, by your approbation of my reasonings, and of my resolution founded upon them, never to have Mr. Lovelace. This approbation is so right a thing, give me leave to say, from … Continue reading

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