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Section 9: pages 219-242 Summary

On Tuesday morning, Pamela learns that Mr. B's fever is abated. Mrs. Jewkes tells Mr. B that Pamela has returned, and Mr. B asks Pamela to visit him and is very happy when she complies with his request. Mr. B grants Pamela much liberty but asks her not to see Mr. Williams at present. He also shows her a letter from Lady Davers, chiding him for ruining Pamela and claiming it would be inexcusable to marry below his station. On Wednesday morning, Mr. B requests Pamela's company for a turn in his chariot. He tells her that he has renounced his sister for her saucy letter. Mr. B wants to marry Pamela, but Pamela worries about people being rude to Mr. B for stooping below his station. When Mr. B asks what Pamela will do with her time if the other ladies snub...

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