Tag Archives: Thursday

LETTER 474: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Mr. Belford . In Continuation. The Colonel tells me, That he has written to Mr. John Harlowe, by his servant, “That they might spare themselves the trouble of debating about a reconciliation; for that his dear cousin would probably be … Continue reading

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LETTER 424: MR BELFORD TO ROBERT LOVELACE

Wedn. Three o’clock. I will proceed where I left off in my last.     As soon as I had seen Mowbray mounted, I went to attend upon poor Belton, whom I found in dreadful agonies, in which he awoke, … Continue reading

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LETTER 302: FROM CLARISSA HARLOWE TO LADY BETTY LAWRANCE

Miss Clarissa Harlowe, To Lady Betty Lawrance . Thursday, June 29.     Madam, I hope you’ll excuse the freedom of this address, from one who has not the honour to be personally known to you, altho’ you must have … Continue reading

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LETTER 300: FROM CLARISSA HARLOWE TO JUDITH NORTON

  Thursday, June 29. My dear Mrs. Norton, I address myself to you after a very long silence (which, however, was not owing either to want of love or duty) principally to desire you to satisfy me in two or … Continue reading

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LETTER 188: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

  Thursday, May 18. I Have neither time nor patience, my dear friend, is to answer to every material article in your last letters, just now received. Mr. Lovelace’s proposals are all I like of him. And yet (as you … Continue reading

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