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The second messenger Axel Julius Gyllenhielm would embark on his journey the following day. With his announcement, the last group would then make their way back, but without the message, they'd be expected to continue. When the all-clear was made, the entire retinue who rode the separate carriages bound together and would be given three brand new lightweight carriages, these would cause the Saxon royal family some discomfort but would ensure a speedy departure.
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The final carriage traveled the same route as the latter but took a detour in order to remain an hour behind. Of course, this couldn't have been done in one night. Along the way, the driver would be switched, that is, one for the night and one for the morning. Augustus III would look back with humorous hindsight when thinking about sitting in a tavern among the most unaware subjects. Maria Josepha, however, found the experience repugnant, but overall found the departure "absolut notwendig.
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