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Mrs$ SHAMELA ANDREWS.
In which, the many notorious FALSHOODS and
MISREPRSENTATIONS of a Book called
Are exposed and refuted; and all the matchless
ARTS of that young Politician, set in a true and
A full Account of all that passed between her
and Parson Arthur Williams; whose Character is
represented in a manner something different from
that which he bears in PAMELA. The
whole being exact Copies of authentick Papers
delivered to the Editor.
Necessary to be had in all FAMILIES.
By Mr$ CONNY KEYBER.
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To Miss Fanny, &c.
IT will be naturally expected,
that when I write the
Life of Shamela, I should
dedicate it to some young
Lady, whose Wit and Beauty
might be the proper Subject
of a Comparison with the Heroine
of my Piece. This,
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those, who see I have done it
in prefixing your Name to my
Work, will much more confirmedly
expect me to do;
and, indeed, your Character . . .