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Pamela, or, Virtue Rewarded Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 12: pages 301-344 Summary

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Section 12: pages 301-344 Summary

On Saturday morning, Mr. B writes to reinstate Mr. Longman and Mr. Jonathan. Pamela writes to Mrs. Jervis but is unsure how to sign her last name. Mr. B adds his last name and sends the letters. Mr. Williams visited yesterday to take leave because he is going to take possession of his new living. Saturday at seven in the evening, Mr. B returns home for dinner and tells Pamela that he has invited Mr. Peters, Lady Jones and the Darnfords to dinner the next day. Pamela is overwhelmed with gratitude when Mr. B tells her that he plans to place her parents in his little Kentish estate and allot her two hundred pounds a year for charity. On Sunday, there is no church since Mr. Williams is gone. During breakfast, Mr. B commands Pamela to always dress for dinner in case of...

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