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LETTER 526: MR BELFORD TO LORD M.

  London, Tuesday night, Oct. 3.   My Lord, I obey your Lordship’s commands with great pleasure. Yesterday in the afternoon Mr. Lovelace made me a visit at my lodgings. As I was in expectation of one   from Colonel … Continue reading

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Letter 520: COLONEL MORDEN TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Tuesday, Sept. 26.  Dear Sir, I cannot help congratulating myself as well as you, that we have already got thro’ with the family every article of the Will, where they have any concern. You left me a discretional power, in many instances; and, … Continue reading

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LETTER 460: MR. BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Monday, Sept. 4.   The lady would not read the letter she had from Mrs. Norton, till she had received the Communion, for fear it should contain any-thing that might disturb that happy calm, which she had been endeavouring to … Continue reading

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LETTER 487: MR. BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE ESQ

Sat. ten o’ clock.   Poor Mrs. Norton is come. She was set down at the door; and would have gone up stairs directly. But Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Lovick being together and in tears, and the former hinting too … Continue reading

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