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Letter 521: MR BELFORD TO MISS HOWE

  Thursday, Sept. 28.  Madam, I do myself the honour to send you with This, according to my promise ( a ) , copies of the posthumous letters written by your exalted friend. These will be accompanied with other letters, particularly a copy … 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 419: MR. BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Tuesday, Aug. 22.  I have been under such concern for the poor man, whose exit I almost hourly expect, and at the shocking scenes his illness, and his agonies exhibit; that I have been only able to make memoranda of the … Continue reading

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LETTER 429: MISS ARABELLA HARLOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Monday, Aug. 21.  Sister Clary, I find by your Letters to my Uncles, that they, as well as I, are in great disgrace with you for writing our minds to you. We can’t help it, Sister Clary. You don’t think it worth … 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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