So, a couple of hours after arriving, Mr. B went up to see Pamela and was incredibly hostile and insulting. He even stormed out in the midst of their conversation.
Later, he called her down and forced her to wait on him. She was so upset she couldn't pour the wine without spilling it.
During the course of the dinner, she was forced to listen to Mr. B and Mrs. Jewkes insult her. Eventually, Pamela threw herself on her knees and begged Mr. B to listen to her complaints about Mrs. Jewkes, but he refused.
Instead, he just creeped on her and made some vague threats about what would happen to her if she didn't behave.
Meanwhile, Pamela heard that Sir Simon Darnford would be visiting, and she would likely be required to make an appearance.
Eventually, the master's "proposal" arrives. It's of various benefits he would confer on Pamela and her family if she would consent to live as his mistress--with the potential for marriage later, if he decides he wants to.
Uh huh. We totally believe that.
When she delivered her written refusal, Mr. B got agitated, insisting he would get what he wanted regardless (and, once again, tried to kiss and manhandle her). She got away as soon as she could.