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LETTER 387: MR. BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE ESQ. LETTER 387.1 [CLARISSA HARLOWE] TO JOHN BELFORD ESQ

Thursday afternoon, Aug. 3. I am just now agreeably surprised by the following letter, delivered into my hands by a messenger from the lady. The letter she mentions, as inclosed ( a ) , I have returned, without taking a … Continue reading

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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

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LETTER 310: MISS HOWE TO CLARISSA HARLOWE

Wednesday, July 5. My dear Clarissa, I have at last heard from you from a quarter I little expected. From my mamma. She had for some time seen me uneasy and grieving; and justly supposed it was about you. And this … Continue reading

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LETTER 275: MR. LOVELACE, TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Wednesday night.   A man is just now arrived from M. Hall, who tells me, that my Lord is in a very dangerous way. The gout in his stomach to an extreme degree, occasion’d by drinking a great quantity of limonade. … Continue reading

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LETTER 272: MR. LOVELACE, TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Tuesday night, June 20.  No admittance yet to my charmer! She is very ill—in a violent fever, Dorcas thinks. Yet will have no advice.   Dorcas tells her how much I am concerned at it.   But again let me ask, … Continue reading

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