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LETTER 472: MR BELFORD TO ROBEKT LOVELACE, ESQ.

Eight in the Evening. I had but just time in my former, to tell you, that Colonel Morden was arrived. He was on horseback, attended by two servants, and alit at the door, just as the clock struck five. Mrs. … 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 423: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFOKD, ESQ.

Well, but now my heart is a little at ease, I will condescend to take some brief notice of some other passages in thy letters.     I find, I am to thank thee, that the dear creature has avoided … Continue reading

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LETTER 422: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Wedn. Evening. I have been reading thy shocking letter. —Poor Belton! what a multitude of lively hours have we passed together! ‘Twas a fearless, chearful fellow! — Who’d ha’ thought all should end in such dejected whimpering and terror?   … Continue reading

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LETTER 341: MR. ROBERT LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD

M. Hall, Wedn. night, July 19. Thou mightst well apprehend, that I should think thou wert playing me booty, in communicating my letter to the lady.     Thou askest, Who would think thou mightst not read to her the … Continue reading

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