So bebo and Bibboni were hustled into a coach, and afterwards provided with two comrades and four horses.
He saw bebo, and asked him what he was doing in Milan, and bebo answered that he was a knight errant.'
Jo no bebo otra, he concluded, nunca bebo otra—guiso y too con ella.
Soon after the Count returned, and 'lavished caresses' upon bebo and his precious comrade.
This phrase, derived no doubt from the romantic epics then in vogue, was a pretty euphemism for a rogue of bebo's quality.
Followed at a discreet distance by bebo, he first called at their lodgings and ordered supper.
He therefore agreed to separate from bebo, having named a rendezvous.
Meanwhile Lorenzo walked across the church and came to the same door where bebo had been standing. '