"'Your majesty is sufficiently ill to justify every precaution, and to require our best cares. You must return to the chateau; Trianon is not healthy; you will be much better at Versailles.'
"'Upon my word, doctor,' replied the king, 'your words are far from consoling; there must be danger, then, in my present sickness?'
"'There would be considerable danger were you to remain here, whilst it is very probable you may avoid any chance of it by following my directions with regard to an immediate removal to Versailles.'
"'I feel but little disposed for the journey,' said his majesty.
"'Still, your majesty must be removed, there is an absolute necessity for it, and I take all the responsibility upon myself.'
"'What do you think of this determination, Bordeu?'
"'I think, sire, that you may be permitted to please yourself.'
"'You hear that, La Martiniere?'
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