Tag Archives: London

LETTER 531: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE

London, Oct. 25. I write, to shew you, that I am incapable of slighting even the minutest requests of an absent and distant friend. Yet you may believe, that there cannot be any great alterations in the little time that … Continue reading

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LETTER 526: MR BELFORD TO LORD M.

  London, Tuesday night, Oct. 3.   My Lord, I obey your Lordship’s commands with great pleasure. Yesterday in the afternoon Mr. Lovelace made me a visit at my lodgings. As I was in expectation of one   from Colonel … Continue reading

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LETTER 461: DR. H., TO JAMES HARLOWE, SENIOR, ESQ.

London, Sept. 4.   Sir,   If I may judge of the hearts of other parents by my own, I cannot doubt but you will take it well to be informed, that you have yet an opportunity to save yourself … Continue reading

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LETTER 462: MR. BELFORD, TO WILLIAM MORDEN, ESQ.

London, Sept. 4   ,   The urgency of the case, and the opportunity by your servant, will sufficiently apologize for this trouble from a stranger to your person; who, however, is not a stranger to your merit.   I … 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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