Letters from Armorica: Search Results (19 January 1016)

Armand's First Letter. Amelia's First Letter. 13 Norwich Street, Yorke, Cumbria 19 January 1016 My dear cousin Amelia, Wackspallen has spoken: I am, most surprisingly, my father's only surviving male relation—at least so far as testamentary law is concerned. He did not enumerate all of the late members of the family, but merely showed me … Continue reading Letters from Armorica: Search Results (19 January 1016)

Letters from Armorica: Eaves (12 January 1016)

Armand's First Letter. Amelia's First Letter. 13 Norwich Street, Yorke, Cumbria 12 January 1016 My dear cousin Amelia, Thanks to Master Eaves of the Ember and Sons Shipyards in Salisbury, I am now acquainted with far too many of the low taverns and gin-houses in that vicinity. You might think that this is because it … Continue reading Letters from Armorica: Eaves (12 January 1016)

Letters from Armorica: Students (5 January 1016)

Armand's First Letter. Amelia's First Letter. 17 Rue Thomas, Toulouse, Provençe 5 January 1016 My dearest cousin Armand, It has been a landmark week, for Dr. Laguerre has determined that I am proficient enough—at conversing in Provençese, if not in Provençese wizardry—to mix with other students. It may surprise you to know that until this … Continue reading Letters from Armorica: Students (5 January 1016)

Letters from Armorica: Taking Wing (22 December 1015)

Armand's First Letter. Amelia's First Letter. 17 Rue Thomas, Toulouse, Provençe 22 December 1015 My dearest cousin Armand, I am so sorry to hear of your difficulties, but it is your own fault, you know. A forward-thinking young man with a difficult father must always be in want of a legacy, and so should not … Continue reading Letters from Armorica: Taking Wing (22 December 1015)

Letters from Armorica: Bad Alternatives (11 December 1015)

Armand's First Letter. Amelia's First Letter. 13 Norwich Street, Yorke, Cumbria 11 December 1015 My dear cousin Amelia, Thank you for your latest; I am glad to hear that you have made new inroads on the Provençese tongue. I am glad, in point of fact, to hear about anything other than our own troubles here. … Continue reading Letters from Armorica: Bad Alternatives (11 December 1015)