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LETTER 304: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MRS HODGES

Enfield, June 29.   Mrs. Hodges, I am under a kind of necessity to write to you, having no one among my relations to whom I dare write, or hope a line from, if I did. It is but to … Continue reading

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Letter 11: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO MISS HOWE

March 1 You both nettled and alarmed me, my dearest Miss Howe, by the concluding part of your last. At first reading it, I did not think it necessary, said I to myself, to guard against a critic, when I was … Continue reading

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