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LETTER 439: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD ESQ

Monday noon, Aug. 28. About the time of poor Belton’s interrment last night, as near as we could guess, Lord M, Mowbray and myself toasted once, To the memory of honest Tom Belton ; and, by a quick transition to … Continue reading

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LETTER 438: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO ALEXANDER WYERLEY ESQ

  Sat. Aug. 26. SIR, The generosity of your purpose would have commanded not only my notice, but my thanks, altho’ you had not given me the alternative you are pleased to call artful . And I do therefore give you … Continue reading

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LETTER 437: MR. WYERLEY TO MISS CLARISA HARLOWE

Wednesday, Aug. 23. Dearest Madam, You will be surprised to find renewed, at this distance of time, an address so positively tho’ so politely discouraged: But, however it be received, I must renew it. Every body has heard, that you … Continue reading

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LETTER 238: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

  It was now high time to acquaint my spouse, that Captain Tomlinson was come. And the rather, as the maid told us, that the lady had asked her, If such a gentleman (describing him) was not in the parlour? … Continue reading

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LETTER 180: MRS. NORTON TO MISS HOWE

      Mrs. Norton, To Miss Howe .  Saturday, May 13.  Dear Madam, My heart is almost broken to be obliged to let you know, that such is the situation of things in the family of my ever-dear Miss Harlowe, that there can be … Continue reading

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