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Wartime Edict of Taxation, 1857


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WARTIME EDICT OF TAXATION, 1857

The 23rd of Godfrey's Triumph, 1857

 

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ISSUED AND CONFIRMED BY HIS SERENE HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF SEDAN,

 


 

To all citizens of Sedan,

 

The war with the Empire continues to wage on, as it has for many years now. Due to this, it is within the interest of the Crown of Sedan to proclaim the temporary suspension of taxation within the Realm. This suspension is to act as a motivator for new citizens to migrate and for pre-existing families within the land to expand and thrive, despite the ongoing conflict. The Crown also does not wish to burden its citizens with tax during this time of strife, for such funds should remain with the people for any additional costs that this conflict may cause. This edict shall remain in effect until the end of the war, when a peace treaty is signed. His Excellency, the High Steward, Dr. Benedict Green shall ensure that all the necessary paperwork and arrangements are made to see to this temporary transition.

 

May Godan watch over you all and ensure our victory over the Excommunicated Heathens.

 


 

Signed,

HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, Frederick I, By the Grace of God, Sovereign Prince of Sedan, Count of Louisville, Haverlock and Döbern, Viscount of Fauconberg, Baron of Ponce, Avoria and Pyrmont, Protector and Lord of the Valley of Goats and the Haikaprier

 

HIS EXCELLENCY, Doctor Benedict Green, High Steward of Sedan

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