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To Lord Chatham | Arr 29th- Xmas 1677

Guest John Bramston

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Charles arched an eyebrow as he read the brief note. He was fresh from washing the sulphurous reek of gunpowder from himself in preparation for the evening's festivities and had only now had the opportunity of attending to his correspondence. It took him a moment to remember Maldon, and several more to recall any potential offence the other had given him. Frankly, he half-suspected that he was missing some sort of trick here.


Idly, Charles bared the blade and sent it hissing through the air with a flick of his wrist. Well-balanced, but Charles generally preferred his weapons to have a little more ballast for battering aside pikes and such.


Shrugging, he penned a swift reply in the interests of courtesy.


My thanks, though no offence was taken.


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