James Winchester Posted June 25, 2017 Share Posted June 25, 2017 The letter was written on creamy parchment topped with the fairly non-descript Winchester arms, and written in a spidery hand that had to belong to a member of the medical profession. Lord Louis BasildonEarl of Basildon My dear Lord Basildon, A most blessed season to you and yours, I trust that all are in good health and the winter finds you warm, hale and hearty. How grows your young son? Is he yet playing in the snow? Rachelle isn't quite old enough yet but her nurse informs me that she is quite enchanted by the falling flakes. Wales has treated us well but we are all back in London for the season. I wonder if I might presume to visit and ask a few moments of your time? I have need to discuss a matter of Royal interest with you. I shan't be overlong about it, though of course the privilege of your company is always to be enjoyed. God keep you, Sir James, Doctor Winchester Baron Wentwood Her Majesty's Royal Physician The letter was accompanied by a brace of smoked ducks and a crock of duck liver paté. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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