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  1. TO DUKE GODRIC, Dear sir. I write to you this letter to beg for your aid in securing the pardon of H.I.M., Lorena Julia. As duke in my own right, I carry little the same prestige as you, and would be most powerless to accomplish the endeavor without the help of a noble patron. Allow me to explain myself how succinctly I may. I have spent much of my time being schooled on the modern histories of the the Troubles – this era in which we live – which began with the War of the Two Emperors, that conflict of unfathomable carnage. Son to Adrian the Lord Protector, I was born just shy of fourteen years gone; but in my boyish curiosity, I am often inclined to imagine the lived experiences of my predecessors in boyhood during the aforementioned war. It is a well-known fact which you most certainly know yourself, that by the end of the War, a good majority of the Renatian councilors were forced into service in adolescence. Young Godfrey II, as an example; his beloved wife, Blessed Adeline, another; so too with her brother, John VII. John’s immediate successor, Alexander II, was also but a boy upon succession, and was led by Regency for his first year. Noble sir, I beg you see the barbarity in this practice. Reading the lives of these four, they were spent with utter misery. Having no years to gain formidable experience in service to their Court, they are thrust without regard into the intrigue of politics, and their innocence is butchered. Godfrey abdicated, Adeline driven into depression which ended only within the watery deep. Her brother fared no better, abdicating under pressure of war; Alexander died in obscurity. This I see to be a practice of total war, without any regard for good will or for humanity. With what violence then, you may imagine, I received the news of my sister-in-law Lorena Antonia’s capture. Plucked up without regard for her pedigree or her childhood innocence, she was thrust into captivity- like a soldier- into the Rubernite garrison. There she was kept without ransom, a five year old girl. Having no business whatever in the actions of her father the Emperor, she was kept without consolation for some days – what humanity is this? Then after, much to the chagrin of the girl’s captors, her virtuous mother, shining beacon of care, rescued her by way of transfer; the little girl’s life for her own. And now, H.I.M. is kept captured, pending a brutal trial. But what for? What shall the alliance give her trial for, the noncombatant she is? H.I.M. has not partaken in any violence, remaining at Court all the while, and is merely the wife of her lord. What charges may be brought against diligence, and the due reverence of holy matrimony? This, noble sir, is why I beg your support in securing her freedom – the legitimacy of this court which shall convene to give her sentence (God forbid) is without precedent, nor does it hold the sovereign power necessary to enact whatever judgement they incline to upon an innocent Empress. Noble sir, I know that you are a lord of good reason, of which there are few and far in between. Therefore I beg your help in this endeavor, to halt the imprisonment and harsh treatment of those without combative roles in the war which is waged. Humanity calls us towards this end; lest we stand o’er a shattered human race, as prideful Augustus did, and naïvely declare: “The day is won.” JOSEPH CLEMENT DE SARKOZY, DUKE OF HELENA
  2. IMPERIAL SENATE ELECTIONS, 1742 12 SUN’S SMILE Let all citizens of the Empire rejoice, for the 1742 elections for the Imperial Senate have returned their results. The following candidates are victorious in their election as representatives to the Imperial Diet for terms of four years, encompassing two sittings of two years each, and are henceforth entitled to bear the style of senator-elect until such time as the legislative sitting of 1742-1744 begins and they appropriately take their oath of office. HELENA NAPIER, Charles (67%) (ELECTED) PRUVIA, Alexander J. (33%) HAENSE CORBISH, Sigismund (81%) (ELECTED) VAN JUNGINGEN, Dietrich (19%) KAEDRIN MICLOSKEY, Marcus (100%) (ELECTED) CURON RUTLEDGE, Vivaca (100%) (ELECTED) ISSUED AND PROCLAIMED, HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY, Peter III Anthony, Holy Orenian Emperor, King of Curon, Renatus, Salvus, and Seventis, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  3. NOTICE OF CLOSURE “To whom it may concern, LET ALL BE AWARE that on this day, 10th of Sun’s Smile, 1742, voting has closed for the Imperial Senate elections. Warm regards, The Office of the Secretary of Civil Affairs.”
  4. NOTICE OF CLOSURE “To whom it may concern, LET ALL BE AWARE that on this day, 10th of Sun’s Smile, 1742, voting has closed for the Imperial Senate elections. Warm regards, The Office of the Secretary of Civil Affairs.”
  5. NOTICE OF CLOSURE “To whom it may concern, LET ALL BE AWARE that on this day, 10th of Sun’s Smile, 1742, voting has closed for the Imperial Senate elections. Warm regards, The Office of the Secretary of Civil Affairs.”
  6. NOTICE OF CLOSURE “To whom it may concern, LET ALL BE AWARE that on this day, 10th of Sun’s Smile, 1742, voting has closed for the Imperial Senate elections. Warm regards, The Office of the Secretary of Civil Affairs.”
  7. IMPERIAL SENATE ELECTION IN HAENSE, 1742 10 TOBIAS’ BOUNTY LET ALL BE AWARE that on this day, the 10th of Tobias’ Bounty on the year of Our Lord GOD 1742, the election for the Imperial Senate seat of Haense shall commence. All those eligible to vote in the province of Haense are entitled to cast their ballot to the Ministry of Civil Affairs. All ineligible votes shall be invalidated. THE BALLOT CAN BE FOUND HERE. ISSUED AND PROCLAIMED, HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY, Peter III Anthony, Holy Orenian Emperor, King of Curon, Renatus, Salvus, and Seventis, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  8. IMPERIAL SENATE ELECTION IN CURON, 1742 10 TOBIAS’ BOUNTY LET ALL BE AWARE that on this day, the 10th of Tobias’ Bounty on the year of Our Lord GOD 1742, the election for the Imperial Senate seat of Curon shall commence. All those eligible to vote in the province of Curon are entitled to cast their ballot to the Ministry of Civil Affairs. All ineligible votes shall be invalidated. THE BALLOT CAN BE FOUND HERE. ISSUED AND PROCLAIMED, HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY, Peter III Anthony, Holy Orenian Emperor, King of Curon, Renatus, Salvus, and Seventis, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  9. IMPERIAL SENATE ELECTION IN HELENA, 1742 10 TOBIAS’ BOUNTY LET ALL BE AWARE that on this day, the 10th of Tobias’ Bounty on the year of Our Lord GOD 1742, the election for the Imperial Senate seat of Helena shall commence. All those eligible to vote in the province of Helena are entitled to cast their ballot to the Ministry of Civil Affairs. All ineligible votes shall be invalidated. THE BALLOT CAN BE FOUND HERE. ISSUED AND PROCLAIMED, HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY, Peter III Anthony, Holy Orenian Emperor, King of Curon, Renatus, Salvus, and Seventis, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  10. IMPERIAL SENATE ELECTION IN KAEDRIN, 1742 10 TOBIAS’ BOUNTY LET ALL BE AWARE that on this day, the 10th of Tobias’ Bounty on the year of Our Lord GOD 1742, the election for the Imperial Senate seat of Kaedrin shall commence. All those eligible to vote in the province of Kaedrin are entitled to cast their ballot to the Ministry of Civil Affairs. All ineligible votes shall be invalidated. THE BALLOT CAN BE FOUND HERE. ISSUED AND PROCLAIMED, HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY, Peter III Anthony, Holy Orenian Emperor, King of Curon, Renatus, Salvus, and Seventis, Protector of the Heartlanders, Highlanders, and Farfolk, etcetera.
  11. NOTICE OF CLOSURE “To whom it may concern, This letter is to indicate that letters of candidacy for the 1742 round of elections for Imperial Senate are now terminated. The ballot for the 1742 Imperial Senate election in Curon shall appear as follows: RUTLEDGE, Vivaca (Incumbent.) For the period of the elections, the Imperial census of 1737 shall be closed for new respondents. The same census will re-open following the conclusion of this period and the registry shall open as before. All registrations undertaken over this period shall remain in limbo until the conclusion of the elections. Warm regards, The Office of the Secretary of Civil Affairs.”
  12. NOTICE OF CLOSURE “To whom it may concern, This letter is to indicate that letters of candidacy for the 1742 round of elections for Imperial Senate are now terminated. The ballot for the 1742 Imperial Senate election in Helena shall appear as follows: NAPIER, Charles (Incumbent.) PRUVIA, Alexander J. For the period of the elections, the Imperial census of 1737 shall be closed for new respondents. The same census will re-open following the conclusion of this period and the registry shall open as before. All registrations undertaken over this period shall remain in limbo until the conclusion of the elections. Warm regards, The Office of the Secretary of Civil Affairs.”
  13. NOTICE OF CLOSURE “To whom it may concern, This letter is to indicate that letters of candidacy for the 1742 round of elections for Imperial Senate are now terminated. The ballot for the 1742 Imperial Senate election in Haense shall appear as follows: CORBISH, Sigismund (Incumbent.) VAN JUNGINGEN, Dietrich. For the period of the elections, the Imperial census of 1737 shall be closed for new respondents. The same census will re-open following the conclusion of this period and the registry shall open as before. All registrations undertaken over this period shall remain in limbo until the conclusion of the elections. Warm regards, The Office of the Secretary of Civil Affairs.”
  14. NOTICE OF CLOSURE “To whom it may concern, This letter is to indicate that letters of candidacy for the 1742 round of elections for Imperial Senate are now terminated. The ballot for the 1742 Imperial Senate election in Kaedrin shall appear as follows: MICLOSKEY, Marcus. For the period of the elections, the Imperial census of 1737 shall be closed for new respondents. The same census will re-open following the conclusion of this period and the registry shall open as before. All registrations undertaken over this period shall remain in limbo until the conclusion of the elections. Warm regards, The Office of the Secretary of Civil Affairs.”
  15. “Dear sir, We have received your application for candidacy in the Imperial Senate election for 1742. We have checked your details with our records and have accepted your eligibility. You shall appear on the ballot for the Imperial Senate election in Kaedrin in 1742. Warm regards, The Office of the Secretary of Civil Affairs.”
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