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Letter 404: MISS ANNA HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, Monday, Aug. 7 My dearest creature, I CAN write just now but a few lines. I cannot tell how to bear the sound of that Mr Belford for your executor, cogent as your reasons for that measure are: … Continue reading

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LETTER 353: MISS HOWE, T0 MISS ARABELLA HARLOWE

Friday, July 21.  Miss Arabella Harlowe, If you had half as much sense as you have ill nature, you would (notwithstanding the exuberance of the latter) have been able to distinguish between a kind intention to you all (that you might have … Continue reading

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LETTER 351: MISS HOWE, TO MISS ARABELLA HARLOWE

Thursday, July 20.  Miss Harlowe, I cannot help acquainting you, however it may be received, as coming from me, that your poor sister is dangerously ill, at the house of one Smith, who keeps a glover’s and perfume-shop, in King-street, Covent-Garden. She knows not that I … Continue reading

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LETTER 67: MRS HOWE, TO CHARLES HICKMAN

Thursday, March 30.  I cannot but say, Mr. Hickman, but you have cause to be dissatisfied—to be out of humour— to be displeased—with Nancy—But, upon my word; But indeed—What shall I say? —Yet this I will say, that you good young gentlemen know … Continue reading

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LETTER 58: MISS HOWE, TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Sat. Mar. 25. I follow my last of this date, by command. I mentioned in my former, my mamma’s opinion of the merit you would have, if you could oblige your friends, against your own inclination. Our conference upon this … Continue reading

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