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The interpreter said that he could not into Bergam's room except through the put this question, as there was no word small cabinet ?-I never saw any one. for gentlewoman in the French language. Was there any other way to the beda (This observation occasioned much laugh- room of Bergami, when the door that ter.)
opened on the dark ante-room was closed, Did you make any observations on the except through the little cabinet?- Deter manners of the Countess Oldi?-No.
saw any other way. Do you remember a gentleman of the Who used to go with the Princess to name of William Burrell being with her her bed-room? - When I was with a Royal Highness at Milan ?-I do. in the sleeping-room, only Bergani e
How long did he remain with her ?- companied her to it. Not very long; I do not remember pre When Bergami had, as you say, cisely.
companied the Princess to her bed-more, Can you tell about the time?-A month, did he remain there; or, when he rest more or less.
away, which way did he go?-He did not When Mr W. Burrell went away, did stop long; sometimes he passed thrundi any other English gentleman come into the rooms I have already described, and the service of her Royal Highness ? -No. sometimes went out by the door on the
When did Dr Holland quit: at what little cabinet. place?-At Venice.
Did the Princess accompany you when After Mr W. Burrell left the house of
withdrew ?-Often. the Princess, did any alteration take place When you say she accompanied you, did you observe any change in the how far do you mean she went?--As far house? There was more freedom, more as to the last door. liberty in the house.
Was any thing done by her Royal
Do you remember the little Victorine
How did she address the Princess i-
?-Blind-man's Buff. She called her mamma. Did the Princess play? --She played Do you recollect whether it ever hapsometimes.
pened that she addressed the Princess in [At the Villa Villani the bed-room of that manner before you went to the l'illa the Princess opened into a large and dark d'Este?-I do not recollect. ante-room.]
[At Messina, the bed-rooms of Berganti Describe the situation of Bergami's and the Princess were separated by that room?—The sleeping-room of Bergami of the Countess Oldi.] communicated with the same ante-room. What room was next to Bergami's?
With the first room you have mention- My own room.
assist the Princess to her bel?
gami's room ? --- Yes, I had. With what place ?-With the sleeping Did
you ever see him in bed ?-Sonia room of her Royal Highness.
times I did. What was there between her Royal Did the Princess ever call you up Highness's bed-room and that of Ber- the morning? - Yes, sometimes, and gami?-A small very narrow cabinet. sometimes Bergami did.*
Did any body sleep in that cabinet ? How did she come to call you?I never saw any body.
Through Bergami's door. When the door that opened on the dark Did she open that door?-Yes. ante-room was closed, could any body In what state was she as to dress who
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