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LETTER 535: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Lintz, Nov. 28. Dec. 9. I am now on my way to Trent, in order to meet Colonel Morden, in pursuance of his answer to my letter inclosed in my last. I had been at Presburgh, and had intended to visit some other … Continue reading

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LETTER 497: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Uxbridge, Sat. Sept. 9. Jack, I think is absolutely right that my ever-dear and beloved lady should be opened and embalmed. It must be done out of hand—this very afternoon. Your acquaintance Tomkins and old Anderson of this place, whom … Continue reading

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LETTER 486: MR BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE

Friday night, Sept. 8. past ten. I will now take up the account of our proceedings from my letter of last night, which contained the dying words of this incomparable lady.   As soon as we had seen the last … Continue reading

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LETTER 483: MRS NORTON TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Wednesday, Sept. 6. At length, my best beloved Miss Clary, every thing is in the wished train—For all your relations are unanimous in your favour—Even your brother and sister are with the foremost to be reconciled to you. I knew … Continue reading

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LETTER 399: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ

Thursday night, Aug. 10.   You have been informed by Tourville, how much Belton’s illness and affairs have engaged me, as well as Mowbray and him, since my former. I called at Smith’s on Monday, in my way to Epsom. … Continue reading

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