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Pamela, or, Virtue Rewarded Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 7: pages 160-189 Summary

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Section 7: pages 160-189 Summary

On Saturday morning, Mr. B visits Pamela and commands her to dine with him. He and Mrs. Jewkes' mock Pamela's innocence. Saturday, around noon, Mr. B sends a proposal with seven articles to Pamela, asking her to be his mistress. His articles claim that she must convince him that Mr. Williams had no encouragement, that he will give her five hundred guineas, fine clothes, fine jewelry and a property in Kent, that he will favor her relations, that she will have the power of free will, and that he may marry her after twelve months cohabitation if she continues her good behavior. Pamela rejects his proposal and delivers her letter to that effect to Mr. B, asking him to reconsider the matter before ruining her. Mr. B claims that if his terms are insufficient he will offer more because he cannot live without...

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