His Treatment among
them, and many other Particulars.
Describes the Masquerade at the Dutchess of Maine's: The Characters and
Intrigues of several Persons of Quality who were there: The odd
Behaviour of a Lady in regard to Horatio; and Charlotta's
Sentiments upon it.
An Explanation of the foregoing Adventure, with a Continuation of the
Intrigues of some French Ladies, and the Policy of Mademoiselle Coigney
in regard of her Brother.
The parting of Horatio and Mademoiselle Charlotta, and what happened
after she left St. Germains.
A second Separation between Horatio and Charlotta, with some other
The Reasons that induced Horatio to leave France: with the Chevalier
St. George's Behaviour on knowing his Resolution. He receives an
unexpected Favour from the Baron de Palfoy.
Horatio arrives at Rheines, finds Means to see Mademoiselle Charlotta,
and afterwards pursues his Journey to Poland.
Continuation of the Adventures of Louisa: Her quitting Vienna with
Melanthe, and going to Venice, with some Accidents that there
Louisa finds herself very much embarrassed by Melanthe's imprudent
Behaviour. Monsieur du Plessis declares an honourable Passion for her:
Her Sentiments and Way of acting on this Occasion.
The base Designs of the Count de Bellfleur occasion a melancholy Change
in Louisa's Way of Life: The generous Behaviour of Monsieur du Plessis
on that Occasion.