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III. IV. V. From the same. A new contrivance to take ad-
Tomlinson. Intent of it. He goes out to give oppor-
VI. From the same. An interesting conversation between
VII. From the same. Lord M. in extreme danger. The fa-
VIII. From Hie same. The lady, suspecting Dorcas, tries to
IX. From tfte same. Accuses her of explaining away her
XXIV. Mowbray to Lovelace. With the same news.
XXV. Belford to Lovelace. Ample particulars of the lady's
XXVI. Lovelace to Belford. Runs into affected levity and
XXVII. Clarissa to Miss Howe. Writes with incoherence, to
XXVIII. Mistress Howe to Clarissa. Reproaches her for
XXIX. Clarissa's meek reply.
XXX. Clarissa to Hannah Burton.
XXXI. Hannah Burton in answer.
XXXII. Clarissa to Mrs. Norton. Excuses her long silence.
XXXIII. Mrs. Norton to Clarissa. Answers her question.
XXXIV. Clarissa to Lady Betty Lawrance. Requests an an-
XXXV. Lady Betty to Clarissa. Answers her questions. In
XXXVI. XXXVII. Clarissu to Mrs. Hodges, her uncle Har-
XXXVIII. Clarissa to Lady Betty Lawrance. Acquaints her
XXXIX. Clarissa to Mrs. Norton. Is comforted by her kind
XL. Mrs. Norton to Clarissa. Inveighs against Lovelace.
XLI. Clarissa to Mrs. Norton. A new trouble. An angry.
XLII. Miss Howe to Clarissa. Her angry and reproachful
XLIV. XLV. XLVI. XLVII. She gives the promised par-
XLVIII. XLIX. Miss Howe to Clarissa. Execrates the
LI. Miss Howe to Clarissa. Beseeches her to take comfort,
LII. Clarissa to Miss Howe. Averse as she is to appear in a
LV. LVI. LVII. LVIII. From the same. Lady Sarah Sad-