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LETTER 389: CLARISSA HARLOWE TO JOHN BELFORD ESQ

Friday, Aug. 4. SIR, I hold myself extremely obliged to you for your communications. I will make no use of them, that you shall have reason to reproach either yourself or me with. I wanted no new lights to make … Continue reading

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LETTER 179: MISS HOWE TO MRS. JUDITH NORTON

    Miss Howe, To Mrs. Judith Norton .  Thursday, May 11,  Good Mrs. Norton, Cannot you, without naming me as an adviser, who am hated by the family, contrive a way to let Mrs. Harlowe know, that in an accidental conversation with me, you had been … Continue reading

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