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LETTER 529: MISS HOWE TO JOHN BELFORD

Thursday, October 12. Sir, I am incapable of doing justice to the character of my beloved friend; and that not only from want of talents, but from grief; which, I think, rather increases than diminishes by time; and which will … Continue reading

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LETTER 528: MR. BELFORD TO LORD M

Thursday morning, Oct. 5. It may be some satisfaction to your Lordship, to have a brief account of what has just now passed between Colonel Morden and me.   We had a good deal of discourse about the Harlowe-family, and … Continue reading

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LETTER 239: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD

https://commons.marymount.edu/clarissa/1732/06/08/letter-238-mr-lovelace-to-john-belford-esq/   I went up to my new-taken apartment, and fell to writing in character, as usual. I thought I had made good my quarters. But the cruel creature, understanding   that I intended to take up my lodgings there, … Continue reading

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LETTER 181: MISS HOWE TO MRS. JUDITH NORTON

  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 at present no success … Continue reading

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