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LETTER 140: MR LOVELACE TO JOSEPH LEMAN

  April 17. He tells him, That the affair of Miss Betterton was a youthful frolick: That there was no Rape in the case: —That he went not abroad on her account: That she loved him, and he loved her: … Continue reading

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Letter 46: MISS HOWE, TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Wednesday night, March 22 Angry! —What should I be angry for? — I am mightily pleased with your freedom, as you call it. I only wonder at your patience with me; that’s all. I am sorry I gave you the trouble … Continue reading

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