Tag Archives: editorial paraphrase

LETTER 435 AND 436: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO MISS HOWE

Friday, Aug. 25. You are very obliging, my dear Miss Howe, to account to me for your silence. I was easy in it, as I doubted not, that among such near and dear friends as you are with, you was … Continue reading

Posted in from Clarissa Harlowe, to Anna Howe | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

LETTER 400: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ

Friday, Aug. 11.   Mr . Belford acquaints his friend with the generosity of Lord M. and the Ladies of his family; and with the lady’s grateful sentiments upon the occasion.He says, that in hopes to avoid the pain of … Continue reading

Posted in from John Belford, To Mr. Lovelace | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

LETTER 385: MR BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE

Thursday morning, Aug. 3. six o’ clock. I have been so much employed in my own and Belton’s affairs, that I could not come to town till last night; having contented myself with sending to Mrs. Lovick, to know, from … Continue reading

Posted in from John Belford, To Mr. Lovelace | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

LETTER 371: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

But now I have cleared myself of any intentional levity on occasion of my beloved’s meditation; which, as thou observest, is finely suited to her case (that is to say, as she and you have drawn her case); I cannot help … Continue reading

Posted in from Robert Lovelace, Ross, to John Belford, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in from Clarissa Harlowe, to Anna Howe | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment