Just then the marquis came in, saying he would give me my revenge and without answering I went downstairs as if to come back again, but I ran out of the inn, got into my carriage, and drove off, promising a good fee to the postillion if he would put his horses at a gallop. MEMOIRS OF JACQUES CASANOVA de SEINGALT 1725-1798 The Door Keeper's Daughters The Horoscopes Mdlle. Roman

To my astonishment they let me go, and I went home in a grievous state, and not knowing what else to do went to bed. MEMOIRS OF JACQUES CASANOVA de SEINGALT 1725-1798 I Am Ordered to Leave Vienna The Empress Moderates but Does Not Annul the Order Zavoiski at Munich My Stay at Augsburg Gasconnade at Louisburg The Cologne Newspaper My Arrival at Aix-la-Chapelle

"Now I breathe more freely, for I am sure you will tell me to accompany you to Parma." "Yes, come to Parma." MEMOIRS OF JACQUES CASANOVA de SEINGALT 1725-1798

MEMOIRS OF JACQUES CASANOVA de SEINGALT 1725-1798 Count Tiretta of Trevisa Abbe Coste Lambertini, the Pope's Niece Her Nick Name for Tiretta The Aunt and Niece Our Talk by the Fireside Punishment of Damien Tiretta's Mistake Anger of Madame * Their Reconciliation My Happiness with Mdlle. de la Meure Silvia's Daughter Mdlle. de la Meure Marries My Despair and Jealousy A Change far the Better