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SAMUEL RICHARDSON, Esq.
PAMELA, CLARISSA HARLOWE,
SIR CHARLES GRANDISON.
IN THREE VOLUMES.
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED,
MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR.
PUBLISHED BY HURST, ROBINSON, AND CO.
90, CHEAPSIDE, AND 8, PALL MALL.
PRINTED BY JAMES BALLANTYNE AND COMPANY,
At the Border Press, Edinburgh.
LETTER Í. Miss Lucy Selby to Miss Harriet states her reasons for rejecting the addresses of
Mr Greville ; shews him to be a libertine in
her accommodations at Mr Reeves's, .
mises to settle a handsome competency on him;
which Miss Byron was enjoined to the obser- to pay his addresses to her himself, on learning
he hopes to succeed better in the next
Williams to Miss Byron : particulars concern- visit, which he eagerly anticipates. Miss Byron,
ing that lady, and her character. Lady Betty in this letter, gives a very humorous description
promises to introduce Miss Byron to the amuse- of the conversation that passed, between herself
ments of the town. Miss Byron states the dif- and Sir Rowland, on this occasion; of the wor-
ficulty of meeting with a confidential servant, .. 10 thy knight's warmth in his nephew's cause ;