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LETTER 222: MR. BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE

Tuesday, June 6.  Unsuccessful as hitherto my application to thee has been, I cannot for the heart of me forbear writing once more in behalf of this admirable woman: And yet am unable to account for the zeal which impels me to take … Continue reading

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LETTER 110: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

(In continuation) But is it not the divine Clarissa (Harlowe let me not say; my soul spurns them all but her) whom I am thus by implication threatening? —If virtue be the true nobility, how is she ennobled, and how would an … Continue reading

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