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LETTER 305: MRS HODGES TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

letter I return you an anser, as you wish me to doe. Master is acquented with no sitch man. I am shure no sitch ever came to our house. And master sturs very little out. He has no harte to … Continue reading

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Letter 12: MISS HOWE, TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 2.

March 2 Indeed you would not be in love with him for the world ! —Your servant, my dear. Nor would he have you: For I think, with all the advantages of person, fortune, and family, he is not by any means … Continue reading

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