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1784, 30 October
It cannot possibly be as I fear. Yes, Gabriel and I are newlyweds, but still! Surely, I am far too old for such concerns. Gabriel insists that I see the local doctor. I have heard the man is quite learned, but one has to wonder what qualifies for learning on an island ... in Italy. I sought out this doctor today at Gabriel's urging. The man, someone named Greymoon, was not in and there was no one about to take a message. I suppose I can return later in the…Continue
1786, October 26
And to think there was a time after the incidents with those two men whose names will not here be mentioned again, the departure for Italy of my friend, Hester, and the loss of dear Dr. Johnson, when I believed I might become a recluse! Now, I find myself traveling! And not just traveling as an English citizen but in the company of Their Royal Majesties Themselves! Today, we arrive at The Isle of Glytton, home of the infamous Lady Freda Frostbite Thane. The King…Continue
November of 1785
Your letters are ever wonderful as they are both agreeable in their timing and a tonic for my mind which I confess is somewhat unsettled as the days grow short and the skies over The Haven gray as the harvest comes to a close and the workers scurry about preparing for the coming winter. The harvest was good and my vingeron tells me he has great hope for the vintage. We will not know for many years, but I recall the words of the card reader in…Continue
1785, 23 November
Dearest and Most Treasured of Friends, Lorsagne,
It has been so long since I have seen your face and heard your laugh, somehow both lilting and wry at the same instance. I do hope all is well with you and yours. As well at least as it possibly can be under the current conditions. I assume you have managed to keep in touch with your father even as he is moved willy nilly from place to place. I hope also that you are in touch with friends and loved ones…Continue