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LETTER 451: MR BELFORD, TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ

Friday Morn. Sept. 1.   It is surprising, that I, a man, should be so much affected as I was, at such an object as is the subject of my former letter; who also, in my late uncle’s case, and poor Belton’s, had … Continue reading

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LETTER 435 AND 436: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO MISS HOWE

Friday, Aug. 25. You are very obliging, my dear Miss Howe, to account to me for your silence. I was easy in it, as I doubted not, that among such near and dear friends as you are with, you was … Continue reading

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LETTER 376: MRS HARLOWE TO MRS JUDITH NORTON

  Sunday, July 30. We all know your virtuous prudence, worthy woman; we all do. But your partiality to this your rash favourite is likewise known. And we are no less acquainted with the unhappy body’s power of painting her … Continue reading

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LETTER 317: MISS HOWE, TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Monday, July 10. I now, my dearest friend, resume my pen, to obey my mother, in giving you her opinion upon your unhappy story.   She still harps upon the old string, and will have it, that all your calamities … Continue reading

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LETTER 314: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO ANNA HOWE

In the midst of these agreeablenesses, the coach came to the door. The pretended Lady Betty besought me to give them my company to their cousin Leeson’s I desired to be excused: Yet suspected nothing. She would not be denied. How … Continue reading

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