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LETTER 349: JOHN BELFORD: TO ROBERT LOVELACE

You will imagine how affecting her noble speech and behaviour was to me, at the time, when the bare recollection and transcription obliged me to drop my pen. The women had tears in their eyes. I was silent for a … Continue reading

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LETTER 315: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO ANNA HOWE

The Lady next gives an account, Of her recovery from her phrensical and sleepy disorders: Of her attempt to get away in his absence: Of the conversations that followed, at his return, between them: Of the guilty figure he made: … Continue reading

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LETTER 313: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

I was very ill, and obliged to lay down my pen. I thought I should have fainted. But am better now—So will proceed. The pretended Ladies, the more we talked, seemed to be the fonder of me. And The Lady … Continue reading

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LETTER 255: MR. LOVELACE, TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Well, but now my plots thicken; and my employment of writing to thee on this subject will soon come to a conclusion. For now, having got the licence; and Mrs. Townsend, with her tars, being to come to Hamstead next … Continue reading

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LETTER 237: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD ESQ;

We had hardly dined, when my coachman, who kept a look-out for Captain Tomlinson, as Will. did for old Grimes, conducted hither that worthy gentleman, attended by one servant, both on horseback. He alighted. I went out to meet him … Continue reading

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