Category Archives: to Lord M.

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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LETTER 526: MR BELFORD TO LORD M.

  London, Tuesday night, Oct. 3.   My Lord, I obey your Lordship’s commands with great pleasure. Yesterday in the afternoon Mr. Lovelace made me a visit at my lodgings. As I was in expectation of one   from Colonel … 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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