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LETTER 327: MISS HOWE, TO CLARISSA HARLOWE

Thursday night, July 13.  Collins sets not out to-morrow. Some domestic occasion hinders him. Rogers is but now return’d from you, and cannot well be spared. Mr. Hickman is gone upon an affair of my mother’s, and has taken both his … Continue reading

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LETTER 312: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

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LETTER 311: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

Thursday, July 6. Few young persons have been able to give more convincing proofs than myself, how little true happiness lies in the enjoyment of our own wishes. To produce one instance only of the truth of this observation; What … 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 263: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD ESQ.

Sunday Night. Never blame me for giving way to have Art used with this admirable creature. All the princes of the air, or beneath it, joining with me, could never have subdued her while she had her senses. I will … Continue reading

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