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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 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 183: MRS ANNA HOWE TO CLARISSA HARLOWE

Sunday, May 14. How it is now, my dear, between you and Mr. Lovelace, I cannot tell. But wicked as the man is, I am afraid he must be your lord and master.     I called him by several … 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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