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LETTER 323: LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD

Sunday night, July 9. Now, Jack, have I a subject with a vengeance. I am in the very height of my tryal for all my sins to my beloved fugitive. For here, yesterday, at about five o’clock, arrived Lady Sarah … Continue reading

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LETTER 325: MR. LOVELACE IN CONTINUATION

Mr. Lovelace . In Continuation.   It is much better, Jack, to tell your own story, when it must be known, than to have an adversary tell it for you. Conscious of this, I gave them a particular account, how … Continue reading

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LETTER 322: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD

Six Sat. morning, July 8. Have I nothing new, nothing diverting, in my whimsical way, thou askest, in one of thy three letters before me, to entertain thee with? —And thou tellest me, that, when I have least to narrate, … Continue reading

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