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LETTER 534: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Munich, Nov. 11-22.  I received yours this moment, just as I was setting out for Vienna. As to going to Madrid, or one single step out of the way, to avoid Colonel Morden, let me perish, if I do! You cannot … Continue reading

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LETTER 486: MR BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE

Friday night, Sept. 8. past ten. I will now take up the account of our proceedings from my letter of last night, which contained the dying words of this incomparable lady.   As soon as we had seen the last … Continue reading

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LETTER 482: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Nine, Friday morn. I have no opportunity to write at length, having necessary orders to give on the melancholy occasion. Joel, who got to me by six in the morning, and whom I dispatched instantly back with the letter I … Continue reading

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LETTER 481: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Thursday night. I may as well try to write; since, were I to go to bed, I shall not sleep. I never had such a weight of grief upon my mind in my life, as upon the demise of this … Continue reading

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LETTER 480: MR MOWBRAY TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Uxbridge, Sept. 7. between 11 and 12 at Night.  Dear Jack, I send by poor Lovelace’s desire, for particulars of the fatal breviate thou sentest him this night. He cannot bear to set pen to paper; yet wants to know every minute passage … Continue reading

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