More bad behavior from Mrs. Jewkes—and from Pamela, who got so annoyed at Mrs. Jewkes's immorality that she called her "Jezebel."
Mrs. Jewkes took the high road (not really) and smacked her, but then Pamela ensured that they literally kissed and made up.
Eventually, she was able to shake Mrs. Jewkes long enough to get to the tiles to retrieve a letter from Mr. Williams saying he'll do whatever it takes to help Pamela, even though he could lose his current living and all future prospects for doing it.
He seems pretty taken with Pamela. But who isn't?
There were a lot of letters back and forth, Pamela tells us, so her correspondence is getting hard to find. Solution: she stitches it into her undergarments.
After writing the letter to Mr. Williams and securing it on her person, she went fishing with Mrs. Jewkes.
However, finding that the trapping of an innocent fish for sport hits a little too close to home, she decides she wants to garden instead.
She pats herself on the back for picking this hobby, as it will allow her a lot of access to the hiding place for her letters.