The Theatre of love: A collection of novels ...

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Printed by W. Smith, 1760 - 120 pages

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Page 29 - in London; a” widow, of a large fortune;' who, being childlefs, had ‘taken Cleora, his daughter, and bred her up as. her own. The old
Page iv - in kind enquiries after each other's health, Frederick, with the permiffion of his father and his phyficians, had an interview with ‘his beloved Harriet:
Page 3 - be well received. The following piCture then of a true friend, as it is taken from nature, and has none of
Page 37 - as before, but in more violent terms; for he fwore, that the next day he would make his will, and
Page 34 - to. She told him, that whenever his father heard of it, as he certainly would in time, he would be
Page 8 - it was indeed that generous friend) “ my dear Philander; for, having been “ informed of your misfortunes, and that they were not owing to any fault of your own, I came to
Page 37 - the bitternefs of his heart cried out, “ fathers have flinty hearts! no tears can' move “ them! with thefe words he retired to his room, threw himfelf on his bed, and gave
Page 35 - on the rack. He knew that he could not be happy without Cleora, yet was greatly afraid his
Page iii - what I am, and what I have, are owing to your “care and tendernefs, and that
Page 32 - much—defired union with Cleora; no longer able to be deprived of her fight, and willing at once to

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