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(RIP) Clodoveo Hohenstaufen

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Letter to the new government of Flanders
« on: 19 November, 2011, 10:53:30 AM »

We, Clodoveo Hohenstaufen of Swabia, Vicar Regent of the Duchy of Nuremberg, recognize as legitimate the government of King Jehan Desains.
We intend to work with the Kingdom of Flanders for a future of cooperation and friendship in order to ensure freedom, prosperity and security to our peoples.

Clodoveo Hohenstaufen of Swabia
Vicar of the Crown of Nuremberg

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Re: Letter to the new government of Flanders
« Reply #1 on: 23 November, 2011, 10:33:28 AM »
Another letter also arrived in response to, or for the first time perhaps addressing the new government of Vlaanderen.  It is sealed, and betraying nothing of it's contents.  It's bearer was an honest one and said naught pertaining to his message except that it was very hopefully timely and not at all urgent but meant only for the seated Regent "de County Flander" and that it could be disclosed pending the Regent's discretion whoever that may be.

He was talkative, however, the queer kid that possessed this integrity.  Restless too, he was very vain for his ... skirt one would suppose for it was gilded in iron, and a heavy plaid (sort of) having many colors and laying bare his knees and the fat of his leg.  Youth knew not the bounds of a whisper, but he may have said just one thing a little loudly and it was thus.  "Bot a lyre is quite fond sure of share'n wid udders the sentimant."

Not the common one, but the elder kitchen help which came from various stock overheard and huffed haughtily, stormily stomping away as she did so.  If she'd been pressed she may have interpreted it very sketchily with just a little trouble like "Liars tend to call others liars."  However, with all things considered and beside, the courier d'confederatione was polite, and did not disrupt the daily routine at the castle and if nothing else was required of him he'd be away again uneventfully.