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It was impossible that his conduct towards me should ever deviate from the strictest rules of honor and love.
Letter XXVI
Hannah Webster
Foster
The Coquette
Or The History of Eliza Wharton
 
Hannah Webster Foster
 
 
CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    Historical Preface, Including a Memoir of the Author

BOSTON: WILLIAM P. FETRIDGE & CO., 1855
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2013
 
Letter I
Letter II
Letter III
Letter IV
Letter V
Letter VI
Letter VII
Letter VIII
Letter IX
Letter X
Letter XI
Letter XII
Letter XIII
Letter XIV
Letter XV
Letter XVI
Letter XVII
Letter XVIII
Letter XIX
Letter XX
Letter XXI
Letter XXII
Letter XXIII
Letter XXIV
Letter XXV
Letter XXVI
Letter XXVII
Letter XXVIII
Letter XXIX
Letter XXX
Letter XXXI
Letter XXXII
Letter XXXIII
Letter XXXIV
Letter XXXV
Letter XXXVI
Letter XXXVII
Letter XXXVIII
Letter XXXIX
Letter XL
Letter XLI
Letter XLII
Letter XLIII
Letter XLIV
Letter XLV
Letter XLVI
Letter XLVII
Letter XLVIII
Letter XLIX
Letter L
Letter LI
Letter LII
Letter LIII
Letter LIV
Letter LV
Letter LVI
Letter LVII
Letter LVIII
Letter LIX
Letter LX
Letter LXI
Letter LXII
Letter LXIII
Letter LXIV
Letter LXV
Letter LXVI
Letter LXVII
Letter LXVIII
Letter LXIX
Letter LXX
Letter LXXI
Letter LXXII
Letter LXXIII
Letter LXXIV


 
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