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LETTER 488: MISS CLARISA HARLOWE TO JAMES HARLOWE SEN. ESQ

Most dear Sir ! With exulting confidence now does your emboldened daughter come into your awful presence by those lines, who dared not, but upon This occasion, to look up to you with hopes of favour and forgiveness; since, when … Continue reading

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LETTER 503: COLONEL MORDEN, (TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.)

Tuesday morning, Sept. 12.   The good Mrs. Norton is arrived, a little amended in her spirits: Owing to the very posthumous letters, as I may call them, which you, Mr. Belford, as well as I, apprehended would have had fatal effects upon … Continue reading

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LETTER 502: COLONEL MORDEN, (TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ)

Monday, Afternoon, Sept. 11.  Sir, We are such bad company here to one another, that it is some relief to retire, and write.   I was summoned to breakfast about half an hour after nine. Slowly did the mournful congress meet. … Continue reading

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LETTER 500: COLONEL MORDEN TO SIR JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Sunday Night, Sept. 10.   Dear Sir, According to my promise, I send you an account of matters here. Poor Mrs. Norton was so very ill upon the road, that, slowly as the herse moved, and the chariot followed, I … Continue reading

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LETTER 484:MISS ARABELLA HARLOWE, TO CLARISSA HARLOWE

Wedn morning, Sept. 6. Dear Sister, We have just heard that you are exceedingly ill. We all loved you as never young creature was loved: You are sensible of That, Sister Clary. And you have been very naughty—But we could … Continue reading

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