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LETTER 424: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE

Wedn. Three o’clock. I will proceed where I left off in my last.     As soon as I had seen Mowbray mounted, I went to attend upon poor Belton, whom I found in dreadful agonies, in which he awoke, … Continue reading

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LETTER 423: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFOKD, ESQ.

Well, but now my heart is a little at ease, I will condescend to take some brief notice of some other passages in thy letters.     I find, I am to thank thee, that the dear creature has avoided … Continue reading

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LETTER 345: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Thursday Night.  I was forced to take back my twenty guineas. How the women managed it, I can’t tell (I suppose too readily found a purchaser for the rich suit); but she mistrusted, that I was the advancer of the money; and would … Continue reading

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LETTER 172: MR. BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ

Edgware, Thursday, May 4.  I know that thou art so abandoned a man, that to give thee the best reasons in the world against what thou hast once resolved upon, will be but acting the madman, whom once we saw trying … Continue reading

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