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LETTER 525: LORD M. TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

  M. Hall, Friday Sept. 29. Dear Sir, My kinsman Lovelace is now setting out for London; proposing to see you, and then to go to Dover, and so embark. God send him well out of the kingdom!   On … Continue reading

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LETTER 427: THE REV. DR LEWEN TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

  Friday, Aug. 18. Presuming, dearest and ever-respectable young lady, upon your former favour, and upon your opinion of my judgment and sincerity, I cannot help addressing you by a few lines, on your present unhappy situation.   I will … Continue reading

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Letter 405: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

Friday, Aug. 11 I WILL send you a large packet, as you desire and expect; since I can do it by so safe a conveyance: but not all that is come to my hand—for I must own that my friends … Continue reading

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LETTER 374: MRS NORTON TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Friday, July 28. My dearest young Lady, I have the consolation to tell you, that my son is once again in an hopeful way, as to his health. He desires his duty to you. He is very low and weak. … Continue reading

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LETTER 373: MISS HOWE TO THE TWO MISSES MONTAGUE

Sat. July 29. Dear Ladies, I have not been wanting to use all my interest with my beloved friend, to induce her to forgive and be reconciled to your kinsman (tho’ he has so ill deserved it); and have even … Continue reading

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