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Pamela, or, Virtue Rewarded Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 10: pages 242-274 Summary

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Section 10: pages 242-274 Summary

On Friday, Sir Simon's family, Mr. Peters, his wife and niece, and Lady Jones and her sister-in-law visit Mr. B and Pamela. They are eager to see Pamela so Mr. B summons her to the gardens where they all praise her. Pamela helps Mrs. Jewkes serve their guests. The young ladies wants Pamela to join them for dinner, but she asks to be excused because she does not feel worthy of the honor. They insist that she joins them after dinner for cards, and she agrees. Around four o'clock, Mr. B asks Pamela if she would be surprised to see Mr. Williams below and tells her to expect a stranger. When Pamela is summoned down for cards, she finds her father, not Mr. Williams. Mr. Andrews comes because he worries that Pamela has been betrayed. Pamela and Mr. Andrews are very happy to...

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