"Well, he has learned about your difficulty and would like to offer you two seats in his carriage and two seats before his window in the Palazzo Rospoli." (pg. 134 Dumas) The obsequious servant asked Franz and Albert if they would like to take the seats with the count.
"At the end of the meal Franz took out his watch and said, 'Excuse me, but we still have a thousand things to do.'" (pg. 140 Dumas) Franz and Albert become reluctant to leave because they are becoming uncomfortable.
"Franz started backward and sank half-fainting into a chair. Albert remained standing, but his eyes were closed and he clung tightly to the window curtain. The count was as erect and triumphant as the avenging angel." (pg. 143 Dumas) As they watched the execution, Franz looked on with pallor while the Count watched the scene phlegmatically.