Pamela, or, Virtue Rewarded - Study Guide Section 8: pages 193-219 Summary & Analysis

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On Thursday morning, Mr. B goes to a ball and orders Mrs. Jewkes to keep a closer watch on Pamela because Mr. Longman, Mr. Jonathan and Mrs. Jervis have been fired for their attempt to send a letter to Pamela. As Mrs. Jewkes and Pamela walk in the garden on Friday night, a gypsy comes and tells their fortunes, rubbing dirt on Pamela's palm because Pamela is so new. Pamela suspects that the gypsy is delivering a letter and finds a letter in the dirt. The letter informs Pamela of Mr. B's plot to hire an attorney to act as a minister and pretend to marry Mr. B and Pamela. Mr. B returns on Saturday around noon. Around two o'clock, Mrs. Jewkes catches Pamela looking at her papers and confiscates them, giving them to Mr. B. That evening, Mr. B tells Pamela that...

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