Tag Archives: Enclosures in Italics

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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LETTER 137: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO MISS HOWE

  Friday, April 21. Mr. Lovelace communicated to me this morning early, from his intelligencer, the news of my brother’s scheme. I like him the better for making very light of it; and for his treating it with contempt. And … Continue reading

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LETTER 127:MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD

He gives, in several letters, the substance of what is contained in the last of the Lady’s.He tells his friend, that calling at the Lawn, in his way to M. Hall (for he owns that he went not to Windsor), … Continue reading

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