14 clocks, twenty boxes of sweet Moroccan fruits, a tapestry rug, four small cannons, a vintage rifle, two hand pistols, a magic lamp, and King Louis XIV decoration engraved in Persian. Marie Petit expected Fabre to pay the loan off before he left Paris. However, she was terribly disappointed when every time she tried to retrieve her money, she was unable to get a single livres back from him. One time, Monsieur Fabre told her to go to Lyon where he was travelling and she would receive her money there. However, as she herself was travelling to Moulins to visit her mother, she begged Fabre to pay her before travelling. She ended going to Moulins without her money. Fabre wrote to her from Lyon that he would be unable to pay the debt back.