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LETTER 179: MISS HOWE TO MRS. JUDITH NORTON

    Miss Howe, To Mrs. Judith Norton .  Thursday, May 11,  Good Mrs. Norton, Cannot you, without naming me as an adviser, who am hated by the family, contrive a way to let Mrs. Harlowe know, that in an accidental conversation with me, you had been … Continue reading

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Letter 143: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Letter 143: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ. Friday, April 21 THOU, Lovelace, hast been long the entertainer ; I the entertained . Nor have I been solicitous to animadvert, as thou wentest along, upon thy inventions and their tendency. … Continue reading

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LETTER 121: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

  Saturday evening MR Lovelace has seen divers apartments at Windsor; but not one, he says, that he thought fit for me, or in any manner answering my description.   He had been very solicitous to keep to the letter … Continue reading

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LETTER 101: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

LETTER VIII. Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe . Thursday, P. M. April 13. I am infinitely concerned, my ever-dear and everkind friend, that I am the sad occasion of the displeasure between your mamma and you. —How many unhappy persons have I made!— Had … Continue reading

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LETTER 110: MR. LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

(In continuation) But is it not the divine Clarissa (Harlowe let me not say; my soul spurns them all but her) whom I am thus by implication threatening? —If virtue be the true nobility, how is she ennobled, and how would an … Continue reading

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