Category Archives: To Mr. Lovelace

LETTER 533: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE

London, October 26. I cannot think, my dear Lovelace, that Colonel Morden has either threatened you in those gross terms mentioned by the vile, hypocritical, and ignorant Joseph Leman, or intends to follow you. They are the words of people … Continue reading

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LETTER 531: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE

London, Oct. 25. I write, to shew you, that I am incapable of slighting even the minutest requests of an absent and distant friend. Yet you may believe, that there cannot be any great alterations in the little time that … Continue reading

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LETTER 499: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ

O Lovelace ! I have a scene to paint in relation to the wretched Sinclair, that, if I do it justice, will make thee seriously ponder and reflect, or nothing can. I will lead to it in order; and that … Continue reading

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LETTER 486: MR BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE

Friday night, Sept. 8. past ten. I will now take up the account of our proceedings from my letter of last night, which contained the dying words of this incomparable lady.   As soon as we had seen the last … Continue reading

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LETTER 474: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Mr. Belford . In Continuation. The Colonel tells me, That he has written to Mr. John Harlowe, by his servant, “That they might spare themselves the trouble of debating about a reconciliation; for that his dear cousin would probably be … Continue reading

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