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LETTER 473: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Mr. Belford . In Continuation. Soho, Six o’clock, Sept. 7. The Lady is still alive. The Colonel having just sent his servant to let me know, that she inquired after me about an hour ago, I am dressing to attend … Continue reading

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LETTER 424: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE

Wedn. Three o’clock. I will proceed where I left off in my last.     As soon as I had seen Mowbray mounted, I went to attend upon poor Belton, whom I found in dreadful agonies, in which he awoke, … Continue reading

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LETTER 342: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Thursday morn. July 20.   What, my dearest creature, have been your sufferings! — What must have been your anguish on so disgraceful an insult, committed in the open streets, and in the open day!   No end, I think, … Continue reading

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LETTER 280: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

JUST come from my charmer. she will not suffer me to say half the obliging, the tender things, which my honest heart is ready to overflow with. A confounded situation that, when a man finds himself in humour to be … Continue reading

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LETTER 279: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

JUST come from the women. ‘Have I gone so far, and am I afraid to go farther?—Have I not already, as it is evident by her behaviour, sinned beyond forgiveness?—A woman’s tears used to be to me but as water … Continue reading

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