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Letter 405: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

Friday, Aug. 11 I WILL send you a large packet, as you desire and expect; since I can do it by so safe a conveyance: but not all that is come to my hand—for I must own that my friends … Continue reading

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LETTER 324: MR.LOVELACE IN CONTINUATION

Mr. Lovelace . In Continuation.   The Ladies, instead of taking up the subject where we had laid it down, must needs touch upon passages in my fair accuser’s letter, which I was in hopes they would have let rest, … 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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LETTER 272: MR. LOVELACE, TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Tuesday night, June 20.¬† No¬†admittance yet to my charmer! She is very ill—in a violent fever, Dorcas thinks. Yet will have no advice.   Dorcas tells her how much I am concerned at it.   But again let me ask, … Continue reading

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