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Early on Tuesday morning, Lady Davers knock on Mr. B and Pamela's door. Mr. B lets her in but has to carry her out of the room as she rages. Pamela refuses to join Mr. B and Lady Davers for breakfast. Lady Davers verbally abuses Pamela, Mr. B renounces his sister, and Pamela pleads for her which irritates Lady Davers. Mr. B tells his sister that he and Pamela are truly married, and Lady Davers laments her brother's marriage to the daughter of a beggar. Lady Davers acknowledges the improvement in Mr. B's behavior but refuses to acknowledge Pamela as her sister. Despite Lady Davers' fit of pride, Mr. B insists that Pamela join them for dinner. When Jackey learns that Mr. B and Pamela are truly married, he apologizes for his insolence. Lady Davers is rude to Pamela during dinner, and Mr...

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