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POSTSCRIPT

The Author of the foregoing Work has been favoured, in the course of its Publication, with many Anonymous Letters, in which the Writers have differently expressed their wishes as to what they apprehended of the Catastrophe.   Most of those … Continue reading

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CONCLUSION: JOHN BELFORD

What remains to be mentioned for the satisfaction of such of the readers as may be presumed to have interested themselves in the fortunes of those other principals in the story, who survived Mr. Lovelace, will be found summarily related … Continue reading

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LETTER 537: F.J. DE LA TOUR TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ. NEAR SOHO SQUARE, LONDON

Trent, December 18. N.S.  Sir, I have melancholy news to inform you of, by order of the Chevalier Lovelace. He shewed me his letter to you before he sealed it; signifying, that he was to meet the Chevalier Morden on the 15th. Wherefore, as the occasion of the meeting is so well known to … Continue reading

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LETTER 536: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Trent, Dec. 3-14.  To-morrow is to be the Day, that will, in all probability, send either one or two ghosts to attend the Manes of my Clarissa . I arrived here yesterday; and inquiring for an English gentleman of the name of Morden, soon found out the Colonel’s lodgings. He had been in town two days; … Continue reading

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LETTER 535: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Lintz, Nov. 28. Dec. 9. I am now on my way to Trent, in order to meet Colonel Morden, in pursuance of his answer to my letter inclosed in my last. I had been at Presburgh, and had intended to visit some other … Continue reading

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