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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 521: MR BELFORD TO MISS HOWE

  Thursday, Sept. 28.  Madam, I do myself the honour to send you with This, according to my promise ( a ) , copies of the posthumous letters written by your exalted friend. These will be accompanied with other letters, particularly a copy … Continue reading

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Letter 519: Colonel Morden to John Bedford

Sat. Sept. 23.  Dear Sir, I am very sorry, that any-thing you have heard I have said should give you uneasiness. I am obliged to you for the letters you have communicated to me; and still further for your promise to … Continue reading

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LETTER 472: MR BELFORD TO ROBEKT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Eight in the Evening. I had but just time in my former, to tell you, that Colonel Morden was arrived. He was on horseback, attended by two servants, and alit at the door, just as the clock struck five. Mrs. … Continue reading

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Letter 471: From Mr. Belford to Mr. Robert Lovelace

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