Michael Chronowski, who leaves to-morrow for Opole, really regrets his ancient condition.
The princess has entirely recovered, and we have been three days at Opole.
The Prince Woivode and his wife are going to their estate "Opole," and they take me with them.
We went to Opole, and returned here again, urged by Prince Martin to see the villa finished; he won the wager.
We leave Warsaw to-morrow; I am going with the prince and princess to their estate at Opole.
She lived also at Cznestochowa or at Opole, and everywhere received orders not to disclose her marriage.