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The time for my departurearrived; I spoke one night to Luscinda, I told her all that hadoccurred, as I .did also to her father, entreating him to allow somedelay, and to defer the disposal of her hand until I should see whatthe Duke Ricardo sought of me: he gave me the promise, and sheconfirmed it with vows and swoonings unnumbered. Finally, Ipresented myself to the duke, and was receive. tbndsubbar1-30 d and treated by him sokindly that very soon envy began to do its work, the old servantsgrowing envious of me, and regarding the duke’s inclination to show mefavour as an injury to themselves. But the one to whom my arrival gavethe greatest pleasure was the duke’s second son, Fernando by name, agallant youth, of noble, generous, and amorous disposition, who verysoon made so intimate a friend of me that it was remarked byeverybody; for though the elder was attached to me, and showed mekindness, he did not carry his affectionate treatment to the samelength as Don Fernando.

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