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LETTER 248: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Sunday morning I HAVE had the honour of my charmer’s company for two complete hours. We met before six in Mrs Moore’s garden: a walk on the heath refused me. The sedateness of her aspect, and her kind compliance in … Continue reading

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LETTER 281: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Fri. night, or rather Sat. morn. 1 o’clock I THOUGHT I should not have had either time or inclination to write another line before I got to M. Hall. But have the first; must find the last; since I can … Continue reading

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LETTER 153: MR. LOVELACE, TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

Tuesday, April 25.   All hands at work in preparation for London. What makes my heart beat so strong? Why rises it to my throat, in such half-choaking flutters, when I think of what this removal may do for me? … Continue reading

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LETTER 145: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

Sat. Morn. April 22.  I have just now received the inclosed from my aunt Hervey. Be pleased, my dear, to keep her secret of having written to the unhappy wretch, her niece. I may go to London, I see, or where … Continue reading

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Letter 129: Miss Clarissa Harlowe to Miss Howe

Wedn. Morn. April 19.  I am glad, my dear friend, that you approve of my removal to London.   The disagreement between your mamma and you, gives me inexpressible affliction. I hope I think you both more unhappy than you are. … Continue reading

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