Category Archives: To Mr. Lovelace

LETTER 482: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Nine, Friday morn. I have no opportunity to write at length, having necessary orders to give on the melancholy occasion. Joel, who got to me by six in the morning, and whom I dispatched instantly back with the letter I … Continue reading

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LETTER 473: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Mr. Belford . In Continuation. Soho, Six o’clock, Sept. 7. The Lady is still alive. The Colonel having just sent his servant to let me know, that she inquired after me about an hour ago, I am dressing to attend … Continue reading

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LETTER 481: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Thursday night. I may as well try to write; since, were I to go to bed, I shall not sleep. I never had such a weight of grief upon my mind in my life, as upon the demise of this … Continue reading

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LETTER 472: MR BELFORD TO ROBEKT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Eight in the Evening. I had but just time in my former, to tell you, that Colonel Morden was arrived. He was on horseback, attended by two servants, and alit at the door, just as the clock struck five. Mrs. … Continue reading

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Letter 471: From Mr. Belford to Mr. Robert Lovelace

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