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Clarissa, or, The history of a young lady, by the editor of Pamela. Richardson

September 13, 2013|
Clarissa, or, The history of a young lady, by the editor of Pamela. Richardson by Samuel Richardson

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1768 edition. Excerpt: ... into so tender a subject. Mr. Lovelace owns, that you have reason to be displeased with himEut he so solemnly clears himself to me, of premeditated ofsence--Cl. He cannot clear himself, Mr. Tomlinson. The people of the bouse must be very vile, as well as he. I am convinced, that there was a wicked consederacy--But no more upon such a subject. Capt. Only one word more, Madam--He tells me, that you promised to pardon him He tells me--He knew, interrupted she, that he deserved not pardon, or he had not extorted that promiie from me. Nor had I given it to him, but to shield myself from the vilest outrage--Capt. I could wish, Madam, inexcusable as his behaviour has been, since be htes'omething to plead in the reliance he made upon your promise; that, for the sake. of appearances to the world, and to avoid the mischiefs that may follow if you absolutely break with him, you could prevail upon your naturally generous mind to lay an obligation upon bjui by your forgiveness. She was silent.. Cajt. V Capt. Your Father and Mother, Madam, deplore a Daughter lost to them, whom your generosity to Mr. Lovelace may restore: Do not put it to the possible chance, that they may have cause to deplore a double loss; the losing of a Son, as well as a Daughter, who, by his own violence, which you may perhaps prevent, may be for ever lost to them, and to the whole samily. She paused. She wept. She owned, that she selt the force of this argument. I will be the making of this sellow, thought I. Capt. Permit me, Madam, to tell you, that I do not think it would be dissicult to prevail upon your Uncle, if you insist upon it, to come up privately to town, and to give you with his own hand to Mr. Lovelace--Except, indeed, your present misunderstanding were to come to...
Title:Clarissa, or, The history of a young lady, by the editor of Pamela. Richardson
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:108 pages, 9.69 X 7.44 X 0.22 in
Shipping dimensions:108 pages, 9.69 X 7.44 X 0.22 in
Published:September 13, 2013
Publisher:General Books LLC
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781230142135
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