The letter is still missing, but Pamela has a lot to tell her parents about Mr. B's debauchery.
It started when Mr. B drew her into an inappropriate conversation, saying he would make her a gentlewoman if she were "obliging" and kissed her (14.7).
Pamela just about fainted, obviously, before managing to escape his grasp—but not the room.
Then she actually got a little feisty, calling out his behavior (and crying a lot).
No, no! Mr. B said. It was totally just a test—a test of Pamela's resolve to remain virtuous. Everything's going to be fine, if she keeps quiet about this incident.
Anyone buying that one? If so, we've got this awesome bridge in Brooklyn we'd like to sell you.
To sweeten the deal, he shoved some gold into her hand as an apology for scaring her with his "test" and then suggested she take a little stroll around the garden so she could get all the crying out of her system before returning to the house.
Pamela refused the money, naturally, putting it down on a nearby bench. While Mr. B was busy being "vex'd and confus'd at what he had done," Pamela scurried off to the garden to collect herself.
She wraps the letter up by asking her parents to pray for her and not to be too angry that she's still living in the house of her would-be rapist.