e lady in his favour, in the name of all the family. Every body approves of what she has written; and he has great hopes from it.
LETTER LXVI. Copy of Miss Montague's letter to Clarissa.-- Beseeching her, in the names of all their noble family, to receive Lovelace to favour.
LETTER LXVII. Belford to Lovelace.-- Proposes to put Belton's sister into possession of Belton's house for him. The lady visibly altered for the worse. Again insists upon his promise not to molest her.
LETTER LXVIII. Clarissa to Miss Montague.-- In answer to her's, No. LXVI.
LETTER LXIX. Belford to Lovelace.-- Has just now received a letter from the lady, which he encloses, requesting extracts form the letters written to him by Mr. Lovelace within a particular period. The reasons which determine him to oblige her.
LETTER LXX. Belford to Clarissa.-- With the requested extracts; and a plea in his friend's favour.
LETTER LXXI. Clarissa to Belford.-- Thanks him for his communications. Requests that he will be her execut