Wednesday, the Seventh
- Pamela picks up her narrative on the next day. It's a report about her heart-to-heart with Lady Davers.
- Lady Davers wanted all the dirty details of the trials Pamela endured prior to Mr. B's reformation, including how her feelings for Mr. B had changed.
- In fact, Lady Davers even asked to see Pamela's letters describing her ordeal—because, really, why shouldn't everyone in the family get to read her private thoughts?
- Lady Davers's reasoning is that the details will further prove Pamela's excellence and, therefore, make Lady Davers more willing to love her.
- Also, she wants to find further proof of Pamela's excellence so she can justify her brother's choice to Lady Betty, the woman she had been trying to match with Mr. B.
- Beck, who was watching, spilled some happy tears for how well they're getting along.
- Pamela then left Lady Davers, somewhat regretful that she didn't use the opportunity to get more intel about Sally Godfrey.
- Pamela closes by noting that Lady Davers is headed back home tomorrow, and she and Mr. B will finally leave for Bedfordshire as well.