The Idiot Part 1 Chapter 1 Page 35

“Oh no, oh no!” said the prince; “I couldn’t, you know — my illness — I hardly ever saw a soul.”

“H’m!

well — here, you fellow — you can come along with me now if you like!” cried Rogojin to Lebedeff, and so they all left the carriage.

Lebedeff had his desire. He went off with the noisy group of Rogojin’s friends towards the Voznesensky, while the prince’s route lay towards the Litaynaya. It was damp and wet. The prince asked his way of passers-by, and finding that he was a couple of miles or so from his destination, he determined to take a droshky.