Aria Posted March 20, 2017 Share Posted March 20, 2017 Dear Lord Chichester, I would like to thank you again for rescuing me after I was robbed the other day and taking me to my aunt's house. If you and your friend had not come to my assistance, I fear they might have killed me. I have enclosed sketches of two of the thieves. I hope that they might help you find them and bring them to justice. My jewelry and money are probably long gone, but I don't think that was what they were after. While they were taking my valuables, they asked me several times: 'Where is it?' I was so frightened that all I could do was shake my head. I had no idea what they were talking about. Eventually one of them said that I didn't have it and that their master was not going to be pleased. It was at that time that the third thief ran back with the news that you were coming. They shoved me to the ground and ran through the shop. I told my aunt that I had fallen in the snow so that she would not tell my lord father that I had been attacked. I will eventually have to go back to the weapon shop to commission a gift for him, but I don't think I will feel safe with those thieves still at large. Perhaps I can find someone to go with me. Thank you again for saving my life and seeing me safely to my aunt's house. Sincerely, Lady Thomasina Alasia Faraday Two drawings on separate sheets of paper accompanied the letter, both of rough-looking young men. The sketches were so realistic they almost seemed to jump off the page. Despite her youth, Lady Tamsin was no amateur when it came to art. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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