"Sterlets," said Chateau-Renaud, "are only found in the Volga."
Exactly; one comes from the Volga, and the other from Lake Fusaro.
Then he had eaten some without saying a word more; Danglars, therefore, concluded that such luxuries were common at the table of the illustrious descendant of the Cavalcanti, who most likely in Lucca fed upon trout brought from Switzerland, and lobsters sent from England, by the same means used by the count to bring the lampreys from Lake Fusaro, and the sterlet from the Volga.
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"I have found out everything, your excellency: the Rostovs are staying at the merchant Bronnikov’s house, in the Square not far from here, right above the Volga," said the courier.