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At eight o’clock every morning the King was awoken by his First Valet-de-Chambre, who slept in the room with him. At the same time the First Physician and First Surgeon were admitted; and as long as she lived the King’s former wet-nurse also came in and would kiss him.
When he had finished dressing he knelt down at the side of his bed and said his prayers.
The King ate alone in his bedroom.... The meal was substantial whether he had ordered petit couvert or tres-petit couvert, for even the latter consisted of three courses, each made up of several different dishes....
Then he changed... after which he went down to the Marble Court by his own private staircase...
The King’s supper was served, always au grand couvert, at ten o’ clock, and the entire Royal Family sat down with him. The meal was attended by a large number of people, both those who were entitled to be seated and those who were not.
Before he retired to bed the King went to feed his dogs.
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