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LETTER 430: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS ARABELLA HARLOWE

Tuesday, Aug. 22.  Write to me, my hard-hearted Sister, in what manner you please, I shall always be thankful to you for your notice. But (think what you will of me) I cannot see Mr. Ackland and the Counsellor on such … Continue reading

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LETTER 429: MISS ARABELLA HARLOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

Monday, Aug. 21.  Sister Clary, I find by your Letters to my Uncles, that they, as well as I, are in great disgrace with you for writing our minds to you. We can’t help it, Sister Clary. You don’t think it worth … 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 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 89: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

  Sunday Morning, April 9. Do not think, my beloved friend, altho’ you have given me, in yours of yesterday, a severer instance of what, nevertheless, I must call your impartial Love, than ever yet I received from you, that … Continue reading

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