He looks down at PAMELA. - michaeljosephgreen.com.
I intend no harm to her if she'd have left her squealings and I did no harm neither but to myself. He looks down at PAMELA. Let her go as soon as she will. She is an ungrateful baggage... pause... but I think it would be a pity with those fair soft hands and that lovely skin that she should return again to hard work, as she must if she go to her old daddy's thatched hovel and the comfortable diet of brown bread and rusty bacon. BELVILLE exits. PAMELA: recovering; first to MRS. JERVIS and then alone. What a sad plight I will be in when I return to my poor parents. I have been brought up wrong. For my good lady loved singing and dancing and made me learn both.
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