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They lift the banner of no party; and assert the opinions of no clique. They do not even attempt an originality, : iv which, in treating of a subject like the present, would be either dangerous or impossible. Had it not been planned and completed, honestly, carefully, solemnly, even fearfully, with a keen sense of all it might do, or leave undone; and did not I believe it to be in some degree a good book, likely to effect some good, I would never have written or published it. How much good it may do, or how little, is not mine either to know, to speculate, or to decide. I have written it, I hope, as humbly as conscientiously; and thus I leave it.

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O let me not sin against thee; for thou best knowest what is fittest for thy poor Handmaid:—And as thou sufferest not thy poor Creatures to be tempted above what they can bear, I will re to thy good Pleasure. And still, I hope, desperate as my Condition seems, that as those Trials are not of my own seeking, nor the Effects of ray Presumption and Vanity, I shall be enabled to overcome them, and, in God's own good Time, be delivered from them.

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Thus do I pray, imperfectly as I am forced by my distracting Fears and Apprehensions; and O with me, my dear Parents! The unhappy Pa mela may be undone, which God forbid, and sooner deprive me of Life I before you can know my hard Lot. O the unparallel'd Wickedness, Stratagems, and Devices of those who call themselves Gentlemen, and pervert the De of Providence, in giving them ample Means to do Good, to their own Perdition, and to the Ruin of poor oppressed Innocence! But let me tell you what has befallen me; and yet, how shall you receive it?

For I have now no honest John to carry my Letters to you; but am likely to be watch'd in all my Steps, till my hard Fate ripens his wicked Projects for my Ruin.

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I will every Day now write my sad State; and some way, perhaps, may be open'd to send the melancholy Scribble to you. But if you know it, what will it do but aggravate your Troubles? For, O! Well, but I will proceed to write what I had hoped to tell you in a few Hours, that I believed I should receive your grateful Blessings, on my Return to you from so many Hardships. I will begin here with my from the last Letter I wrote you, in which I inclosed my poor Stuff of Verses; and continue it at times, as I have Oppor tunity; tho', as I said, I know not how it can reach you now.

The long hop'd-for Thursday Morning came, that I was to set out. I had taken my Leave of my Fel low-servants over-night; and a mournful Leave it was to us all: For Men, as well as Women-servants, wept much to part with me; and, for my Part, I was overwhelm'd with Tears, and the affecting Instances of their Esteem.

They all would have made me little Presents, as Tokens of their Love; but I would not take any thing from the lower Servants, to be sure. But Mr. Longman made me a Present of several Yards of Hollandand a Silver Snuff-box, and a Gold Ring, which he desir'd me to keep for his sake; and he wept over me; but said, I am sure, so good a Maiden God will bless; and tho' you return to your poor Father again, and his low Estate, yet Providence will find you out; and one Day, tho' I mayn't live to see it, you will be rewarded. I said, O dear Mr.

Longmanyou make me too rich, and too mody; and yet I must be a Beggar before my Time: For I shall want often to be scribbling, little thinking it would be my only Employment so soon and I will beg you, Sir, to favour me with some Pa per; and as soon as I get home, I will write you a Letter, to thank you for all your Kindness to me; and a Letter to good Mrs. Jervis too.

This was lucky; for I should have had none else, but at Pleasure of my rough-natur'd Governess, as I may call her; but now I can write to ease my Mind, tho' I can't send it to you; and write what I please, for she knows not how well I am provided.

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For good Mr. O dear Sir, said I, you have set me up. How shall I requite you? Rachel and Hannah cry'd sadly when I took my Leave, and Janewho sometimes used to be a little crossish, and Cicely too, wept sadly, and said they would pray for me; but poor JaneI doubt, seldom says her Prayers for herself: More's the Pity!

Then Arthur the Gardener, our Robin the Coach man, and Lincolnshire Robin too, who was to carry me, were very civil; and both had Tears in their Eyes; which I thought then very good-natur'd in Lin colnshire Robinbecause he knew but little of me.

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Then our other three Footmen, Harry, Isaacand Benjaminand Grooms, and Helpers, were very much affected likewise; and the poor little Scullion-boy, Tommywas ready to run over for Grief. They had got all together over-night, expecting to be differently employ'd in the Morning; and they all begg'd to shake Hands with me, and I kiss'd the Maidens, and pray'd to God to bless them all; and thanked them for all their Love and Kindnesses to me: And indeed I was forced to leave them sooner than I would, because I could not stand it: Indeed I could not.

Harry I could not have thought it; for he is a little wildish, they say cry'd till he sobb'd again. Johnpoor honed Johnwas not then come back from you.

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But as for the Butler, Mr. Jonathanhe could not stay in Company. Jervisgood Mrs. Jerviscry'd all Night long; and I comforted her all I could: and she made me promise, that if my Master went to London to attend Parliament, or to LincolnshireI would come and stay a Week with her. And she would have given me Money; but: I would not take it.

Well, next Morning came, and I wonder'd I saw nothing of poor honest John ; for I waited to take Leave of him, and thank him for all his Civilities to me and to you: But I suppose he was sent further by my Master, and so could not return; and I desired to be remember'd to him. And when Mrs. Jervis told me, with a sad Heart, the Chariot was ready, with four Horses to it, I was just upon sinking into the Ground, tho' I wanted to be with you.

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My Master was above Stairs, and never asked to see me. I was glad of it in the main; but he knew, false Heart as he is!

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Heaven, from his Power, and from his Wickedness! Well, they were not suffer'd to go with me one Step, as I writ to you before; for he stood at the Win dow to see me go. And in the Passage to the Gate, out of his Sight, there they stood all of them, in two Rows; and we could say nothing on both Sides, but, God bless you!

Jervis would make me take in a Basket, to chear our Hearts now-and-then when we got toge ther, as she said. Jona than and Mr. Longman were not there; and then I tript down Steps to the Chariot, Mrs. Jervis crying most sadly.

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I look'd up when I got to the Chariot, and I saw my Master at the Window, in his Gown; and I curt'sy'd three times to him very low, and pray'd for him with my Hands lifted up; for I could not speak; indeed I was not able. And he bow'd his Head to me, which made me then very glad he would take such Notice of me; and in I stept, and was ready to burst with Grief; and could only, till Robin began to drive, wave my white Handkerchief to them, wet with my Tears. And at last away he drove, Jehu-likeas they say, out of the Court-yard: And I too soon found I had Cause for greater and deeper Grief.

Well, said I to myself, at this rate I shall soon be with my dear Father and Mother; and till I had got, as I supposed, half-way, I thought of the good Friends I had left. And when, on stopping for a little Bait to the Horses, Robin told me, I was near half-way, I thought it was high time to wipe my Eyes, and think to whom I was going; as then, alack for me!

I thought. So I began to ponder what a Meeting I should have with you; how glad you'd both be to see me come safe and innocent to you, after all my Dangers; and so I began to comfort my self, and to banish the other gloomy Side from my Mind; tho', too, it return'd now-and-then; for I should be ingrateful not to love them, for their Love. Well, I believe, I set out about Eight o'Clock in the Morning; and I wonder'd, and wonder'd, when it was about Two, as I saw by a Church-dial in a little Village we pass'd thro', that I was still more and more out of my Knowledge.

But, to be sure, thought I, Robin knows the Way. At last he stopt, and look'd about him, as if he was at a Loss for the Way; and I said, Mr. Robertsure you are out of the Way! But it can't be much; I'll ask the first Person I see. Then he drove on very fast again. I had so much to think of, of the Dangers I now doubted not I had escaped, of the loving Friends I had left, and my best Friends I was going to, and the many things I had to relate to you; that I the less thought of the Way, till I was startled out of my Meditations by the Sun beginning to set, and still the Man driving on, and his Horses sweating and foaming; and then I began to be alarm'd all at once, and call'd to him; and he said he had horrid ill Luck, for he had come several Miles out of the Way, but was now right, and should get in still before it was quite dark.

My Heart began then to misgive me a little, and I was very much fatigued; for I had no Sleep for several Nights before, to ify; and at last I said, Pray, Mr. Robertthere is a Town before us; what do you call it?

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He pretended to be much out of Humour with himself for mistaking the Way, and at last stopt at a Farm-house, about two Miles beyond the Village I had seen; and it was then almost dark, and he alighted, and said, We must make shift here; for I am quite out. Lord, thought I, be good to the poor Pamela! More Trials still! And with a Lady too? The wicked Coachman would have prevented the answering me; but the simple Daughter said, Know his Worship!

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But make the best of it now; here are very civil, reputable Folks; and you'll be safe here, I'll assure you. Said the Farmer's Wife, You'll be very well used here, I'll assure you, young Gentlewoman, and have better Conveniencies than any-where in the Village. I matter not Conveniencies, said I: I am betray'd and undone! As you have a Daughter of your ownpity me, and let me know, if your Landlord, as you call him, be here! And then came the Farmer, a good-like sort of Man, grave, and well-behav'd; and he spoke to me in such sort, as made me a little pacify'd; and seeing no Help for it, I went in; and the Wife immediately conducted me up Stairs to the best Apartment, and told me, that was mine as long as I staid; and nobody should come near me but when I call'd.

I threw myself on the Bed in the Room, tir'd, and frighten'd to Death almost, and gave way to the most excessive Fit of Grief that I ever had. The Daughter came up, and said, Mr. Robert had given her a Letter to give me; and there it was. Pa mela Andrews.

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The good Woman for I began to see Things about a little reputable, and no Guile appearing in them, but rather a Face of Grief for my Grief offered me a Glass of some cordial Water, which I accepted, for I was ready to sink; and then I sat up in a Chair a little, tho' very faintish: And they brought me two Candles, and lighted a Brush-wood Fire; and said, If I call'd, I should be waited upon instantly; and so left me to ruminate on my sad Condition, and to read my Letter, which I was not able to do pre sently.

Yet, forgive me, my dear Girl; for though I have taken this Step, I will, by all that's good and holy! Suffer not your Fears to transport you to a Behaviour that will be disreputable to us both. For the Place where you'll receive this, is a Farm that belongs to me; and the People civil, honest and obliging.

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And to convince you, that I mean you no Harm, I do assure you, that the House you are going to, shall be so much at your Command, that even I myself will not approach it without Leave from you. So make yourself easy; be dis creet and prudent; and a happier Turn shall reward these your Troubles, than you may at present ap prehend.

I but too well apprehended, that this Letter was only to pacify me for the present; but as my Danger was not so immediate as I had Reason to dread, and he had promised to forbear coming to me, and to write to you, my dear Parents, to quiet your Con cern, I was a little more easy than I was before: And I made shift to eat a little Bit of boil'd Chicken they had got for me, and drank a Glass of my Sack, and made each of them do so too.

But after I had so done, I was again a little flu ster'd; for in came the Coachman with the Look of a Hangman, I thought, and Madam'd me up strangely; telling me, he would beg me to get ready to pursue my Journey by Five in the Morning, or else he should be late in.

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