When he observed among the exiles some poor woman with a child, he would always come forward and fondle the little one, and make it laugh.
And, do you know, I all but went off to Paris, and should assuredly have shared his solitary exile with him; but, alas, our destinies were otherwise ordered!
He turned out to be neither count nor exile—at least, in the political sense of the word—but had had to leave his native land owing to some rather dubious affair of the past.
Evgenie Pavlovitch wrote of her from Paris, that after a short and sudden attachment to a certain Polish count, an exile, she had suddenly married him, quite against the wishes of her parents, though they had eventually given their consent through fear of a terrible scandal.
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She fled Tibet and is living in exile in India.
Napolean was forced into exile on the island of Elba.