Pamela: or, Virtue rewarded [by S. Richardson]. [Another], Bind 3


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Side 262 - ... and lay patrons. For here is a gentleman, the son of a layman (I speak to general cases), is sent to the university, and takes orders. He has interest perhaps to get two or more livings, and hires a person, who is as deserving as himself, but destitute...
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