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LETTER 304: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MRS HODGES

Enfield, June 29.   Mrs. Hodges, I am under a kind of necessity to write to you, having no one among my relations to whom I dare write, or hope a line from, if I did. It is but to … Continue reading

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LETTER 239: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD

https://commons.marymount.edu/clarissa/1732/06/08/letter-238-mr-lovelace-to-john-belford-esq/   I went up to my new-taken apartment, and fell to writing in character, as usual. I thought I had made good my quarters. But the cruel creature, understanding   that I intended to take up my lodgings there, … 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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LETTER 190: LORD M. TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ.

  M. Hall, Monday May 15. SIR, If any man in the world has power over my nephew, it is you. I therefore write this, to beg you to interfere in the affair depending between him and the most accomplished … Continue reading

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LETTER 138: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

  Friday, April 21. As it was not probable, that the Lady could give so particular an account of her own confusion, in the affecting scene she mentions on his offering himself to her acceptance; the following extracts are made … Continue reading

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