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Jacques Casanova de Seingalt

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MILAN 

CHAPTER XVIII 

I Give up Agatha to Lord Percy--I Set out for Milan--The Actress
at Pavia--Countess A * * * B * * *--Disappointment--Marquis
Triulzi--Zenobia--The Two Marchionesses Q * * *--The Venetian
Barbaro 

Far from punishing the Corticelli by making her live with
Redegonde, the Count d'Aglie seemed to have encouraged her; and I
was not sorry for it, since as long as she did not trouble me any
more I did not care how many lovers she had.  She had become a
great friend of Redegonde's, and did exactly as she pleased, for
their duenna was much more easy going than the Pacienza. 

Nobody knew of the trick which Lord Percy had played me, and I
took care to say nothing about it.  However, he did not give up
his designs on Agatha, his passion for her was too violent.  He

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