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A Cleric in Naples
Jacques Casanova

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A CLERIC IN NAPLES 

CHAPTER VIII 

My Misfortunes in Chiozza--Father Stephano--The Lazzaretto at Ancona
--The Greek Slave--My Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Loretto--I Go to Rome
on Foot, and From Rome to Naples to Meet the Bishop--I Cannot Join
Him--Good Luck Offers Me the Means of Reaching Martorano, Which Place
I Very Quickly Leave to Return to Naples 

The retinue of the ambassador, which was styled "grand," appeared to
me very small.  It was composed of a Milanese steward, named
Carcinelli, of a priest who fulfilled the duties of secretary because
he could not write, of an old woman acting as housekeeper, of a man
cook with his ugly wife, and eight or ten servants. 

We reached Chiozza about noon.  Immediately after landing, I politely
asked the steward where I should put up, and his answer was: 

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