Pamela, or, Virtue Rewarded - Section 6: pages 134-160 Summary & Analysis

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On Monday morning, Mr. Williams is attacked by two rogues and all of his belongings are stolen, except for several of Pamela's letters. Mrs. Jewkes laughs as she relates the tale and tries to convince Pamela to visit Mr. Williams, but Pamela refuses so Mrs. Jewkes goes alone. Pamela tries to escape but is frightened by the appearance of bulls. On Monday afternoon, Mrs. Jewkes returns and tells Pamela that Mr. Williams has told her everything that has passed between him and Pamela, and Pamela worries what he may have revealed because he is so trusting. On Tuesday and Wednesday, Mrs. Jewkes is very rude when Mr. Williams visits, and Pamela writes him, chiding him for his openness with Mrs. Jewkes. On Thursday, Mr. Williams apologizes for his indiscretion and tells Pamela that John Arnold has written him that Mr. B plans to visit soon. On Friday, Pamela receives a...

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