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LETTER 525: LORD M. TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

  M. Hall, Friday Sept. 29. Dear Sir, My kinsman Lovelace is now setting out for London; proposing to see you, and then to go to Dover, and so embark. God send him well out of the kingdom!   On … Continue reading

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LETTER 377: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS JUDITH NORTON

  Sat. July 29. I Congratulate you, my dear Mrs. Norton, with all my heart, on your son’s recovery; which I pray to God, with your own health, to perfect.   I write in some hurry, being apprehensive of the … Continue reading

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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 375: MRS NORTON TO MRS HARLOWE

  Friday, July 28. Honoured Madam, Being forbidden, without leave, to send you anything I might happen to receive from my beloved Miss Clary, and so ill, that I cannot attend to askyour leave, I give you this trouble, to … Continue reading

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LETTER 303: LADY BETTY LAWRANCE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

  Saturday, July 1. Dear Madam, I find, that all is not as it should be between you and my nephew Lovelace. It will very much afflict me, and all his friends, if he has been guilty of any designed … Continue reading

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