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LETTER 427: THE REV. DR LEWEN TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

  Friday, Aug. 18. Presuming, dearest and ever-respectable young lady, upon your former favour, and upon your opinion of my judgment and sincerity, I cannot help addressing you by a few lines, on your present unhappy situation.   I will … Continue reading

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LETTER 377: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS JUDITH NORTON

  Sat. July 29. I Congratulate you, my dear Mrs. Norton, with all my heart, on your son’s recovery; which I pray to God, with your own health, to perfect.   I write in some hurry, being apprehensive of the … Continue reading

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LETTER 376: MRS HARLOWE TO MRS JUDITH NORTON

  Sunday, July 30. We all know your virtuous prudence, worthy woman; we all do. But your partiality to this your rash favourite is likewise known. And we are no less acquainted with the unhappy body’s power of painting her … Continue reading

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LETTER 342: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Thursday morn. July 20.   What, my dearest creature, have been your sufferings! — What must have been your anguish on so disgraceful an insult, committed in the open streets, and in the open day!   No end, I think, … Continue reading

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LETTER 343: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

Thursday afternoon.   You oppress me, my dearest Miss Howe, by your flaming, yet steady love. I will be very brief, because I am not well; yet a good deal better than I was; and because I am preparing an … Continue reading

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