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"Sure they can't all have designs against me, because they are civil!" Pamela, Letter III, p. 28.

"It is a thousand pities that such worthy hearts should not have better luck in the world! and wonders, that you, my father, who are so well able to teach, and write so good a hand, succeeded no better in the school you attempted to set up; but was forced to go to such hard labour. But this is more pride to me, that I am come of such honest parents, than if I had been born a lady." John, Letter V, pp. 29-30.

"But still your kind fatherly cautions came into my head, and made all these gifts nothing near to me what they would have been. But yet, I hope, there is no reason; for what good could it do to him to harm such a simple maiden as me?" Pamela...

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