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  1. Dissolution of the Mareno Contract 11th of Horen’s Calling, 1857 TO ALL OUR LOVING AND FAITHFUL SUBJECTS OF WHAT DEGREE AND RANK SOEVER, With the House Mareno betrayal agains the crown and the abandonment of Myrine, the Principality of Savoy has seen fit to relinquish Myrine and the Marenos from their duties and obligations to the crown and Savoyard lands. Balthazar III Mareno, Marquis of Myrine, continues to uphold his titles and is released from his oaths. He is no longer bound by duty to keep law and order within his holdings, upholding the rule of the ruling dynasts, serving the Savoyard Crown dutifully, and to raise his sword in defense of the Principality due to him remaining uninvolved. IN NOMINE DEI, HER ROYAL HIGHNESS, Catherine Johanna, Princess Regent of Savoy and Princess of Sutica, Duchess-regent of Corazon, Countess of San Luciano and Sarissa, Baroness of Brynnrose
  2. The Regency of Savoy 11th of Horen’s Calling, 1857 TO ALL OUR LOVING AND FAITHFUL SUBJECTS OF WHAT DEGREE AND RANK SOEVER, The time has come for a new steward to safeguard the people of Savoy with the disappearance of Prince Olivier being made official on his eternal Pilgrimage. It has been made aware that his calling has not been in statecraft, not in leading the people, but in reverent service of GOD. In the absence of His Serene Highness, the governance of the Southern Star must be attended to so the interests of the people may invested as GOD has willed it. As the Prince resumes his monastic calling in finality, there are few who can share and fulfill his vision to fruition.. Therefore, the following is the will of the chancellery; I. Her Serene Highness, Catherine Johanna is elevated to Regent of Savoy posthaste. It is in her that the ability to act as Sovereign of Savoy, is granted. II. Princess-regent of Savoy, Catherine Johanna, shall henceforth bear the distinction of Princess Emerita of Savoy. It is at her behest that she may distribute the titles and holdings of the Crown of Savoy, including but not limited to the Principality of Savoy, Duchy of Corazon, and so forth. III. Princess-Regent of Savoy, Catherine Johanna, establishes a regency council that will henceforth include those in the offices of Chancellor, Vice-chancellor. The Bishop of San Luciano is invited into an advisory role upon the Regency Council without temporal duties. IV. It is the will of the Crown that the Princess Regent, Catherine Johanna, and the regency council, may act unimpeded by the peerage and government and will operate the Principality of Savoy as she deems necessary. IN NOMINE DEI, HER ROYAL HIGHNESS, Catherine Johanna, Princess Regent of Savoy and Princess of Sutica, Duchess-regent of Corazon, Countess of San Luciano and Sarissa, Baroness of Brynnrose HER EXCELLENCY, Vasileia Ekaterini Basrid, Lady Chancellor of Savoy HIS EXCELLENCY, Matyas Jahan Basrid, Lord Vice Chancellor of Savoy, Khedive of Rudria
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  4. ISSUED AND CONFIRMED BY HIS SERENE HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF SAVOY, 6TH OF SUN’S SMILE, 1847 TO ALL OUR LOVING AND FAITHFUL SUBJECTS OF WHAT DEGREE AND RANK SOEVER, It pleases the Savoyard Crown to recognize Our leal subject, Cyrus of House Mareno, as a great servant to the Principality, and a protector of the Princely House. As such, the Savoyard Crown, with the authority vested upon Us by God and Our people, elevate Cyrus Mareno from Baron to Margrave of Myrine for his stalwart defense of our borders. It is our sincere wish that he pass this charge onto his legitimate heirs, along with all associated titles and honors. He is trusted with keeping law and order within his holdings, upholding the rule of the ruling dynasts, serving the Savoyard Crown dutifully, and to raise his sword in defense of the Principality. IN NOMINE DEI, HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, Olivier Renault Ashford de Savoie, Prince of Savoy, Duke of Corazon, Count of San Luciano
  5. ISSUED AND CONFIRMED BY HIS SERENE HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF SAVOY, 6TH OF SUN’S SMILE, 1847 TO ALL OUR LOVING AND FAITHFUL SUBJECTS OF WHAT DEGREE AND RANK SOEVER, It pleases the Savoyard Crown to recognize Our leal subject, Ernst of House Barclay, as a great servant to the Principality, and a protector of the Princely House. As such, the Savoyard Crown, with the authority vested upon Us by God and Our people, elevate Ernst Barclay from Baron to Count of Freimark, to hold and pass onto his legitimate heirs. We further grant him the title Baron of Madvon in acknowledgment of his proud heraldry. He is trusted with keeping law and order within his holdings, upholding the rule of the ruling dynasts, serving the Savoyard Crown dutifully, and to raise his sword in defense of the Principality. IN NOMINE DEI, HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, Olivier Renault Ashford de Savoie, Prince of Savoy, Duke of Corazon, Count of San Luciano
  6. PRINCELY LETTERS FOR THE BARONY OF LVINSK, 1843 ISSUED AND CONFIRMED BY HIS SERENE HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF SAVOY, 15TH OF AMBER’S COLD, 1843 TO ALL OUR LOVING AND FAITHFUL SUBJECTS OF WHAT DEGREE AND RANK SOEVER, It pleases the Crown of Savoy to recognize Our leal subject, Borys Jazloviecki, as a great servant to the Principality and a protector of the Princely House. As such, the Savoyard Crown, with the prerogative vested upon Us by God and Our people, enfeoff Borys Jazloviecki with the Barony of Lvinsk, to hold and pass onto his legitimate heirs. He is charged with preserving law and order within his holdings, upholding the rule of the reigning regnant, serving the Crown of Savoy duteously, and raising his sword in defense of the Principality. IN NOMINE DEI, HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, Olivier Renault Ashford de Savoie, Prince of Savoy, Duke of Corazon, Count of San Luciano, Protector of the High Elves
  7. PRINCELY LETTERS FOR THE BARONY OF CAER DER HODENN, 1840 ISSUED AND CONFIRMED BY HIS SERENE HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF SAVOY, 14TH OF SUN’S SMILE, 1840 TO ALL OUR LOVING AND FAITHFUL SUBJECTS OF WHAT DEGREE AND RANK SOEVER, It pleases the Crown of Savoy to recognize Our leal subject, Deimos van der Sainte-Blandine, as a great servant to the Principality and a protector of the Princely House. As such, the Savoyard Crown, with the prerogative vested upon Us by God and Our people, enfeoff Deimos van der Sainte-Blandine with the Barony of Caer de Hodenn, to hold and pass onto his legitimate heirs. He is charged with preserving law and order within his holdings, upholding the rule of the reigning regnant, serving the Crown of Savoy duteously, and raising his sword in defense of the Principality. IN NOMINE DEI, HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, Olivier Renault Ashford de Savoie, Prince of Savoy, Duke of Corazon, Count of San Luciano, Protector of the High Elves
  8. THE PRINCIPALITY OF SAVOY THE EDICT OF RESPONSIBILITY PART I: COUNCIL OF STATE The Council of State holds a collective responsibility for the maintenance and administration of the Principality. Above all, the Council of State is tasked with the duty to aid and advise the Prince, and may be amended at will by him. The Council of State are bestowed the distinction of Lord for the duration of their tenure upon the council, and are to be addressed by the courtesy of Excellency. The Council of State is chaired by the Lord Chancellor and may convene without the presence of the Prince. In prolonged absences, interregnum, or minority the Privy Council is invested with the Regency of the Principality. I. The Lord Chancellor The Principality’s foremost minister is invested by the Prince to direct the government and execute his will. The Lord Chancellor wields penultimate authority in the Principality and may convene the Privy Council. The Lord Chancellor is granted the Signet of St. Humbert of Bar and is charged with the custody of the Great Seal of the realm. The current Lord Chancellor is Conrad de Falstaff (Beamon4) II. The Lord Marshal The Principality’s highest military appointment is the Lord Marshal, holding the highest rank achievable by a serving member of the Esheveurd Brigade. The Marshal commands absolute authority over the military second to the Prince, and is granted the authorities to maintain, regulate and administrate the standing army of the Principality. The Marshal is granted the Signet of St. Peter of Gaekrin. The current Lord Marshal is Joseph Brandt (Caelria) III. The Lord Exchequer The finances of the Principality are invested into the Exchequer, who heads the Princely Treasury and is the chief accountant of the land’s income and expenditure. They also administer and oversee the crownlands of Savoy on behalf of the Prince. The Lord Exchequer is granted the Signet of St. Tobias. The position is Ernst Barclay [GoodGuyMatt2k] IV. The First Magistrate As the Principality’s chief legal advisor, the First Magistrate is responsible for maintaining, regulating, and administering Princely law and overseeing the courts of the realm. They are also the head of the Council of Magistrates. The First Magistrate is granted the Signet of St. Daniel. The current First Magistrate is Valentino Gradic [_Bueno_] V. The Grand Knight Fealty is the most pristine quality; it is loyalty that has made the character of many figures of renown. The eternal knights of Savoy are the reflection of its honor: the princely charge bestowed upon this title is an arduous path like no other. The Grand Knight of Savoy is responsible for organizing the training of the squires and knights, to reflect their stature as stalwart men of prestige. In his duties, the Grand Knight is charged with the survey of His Highness’s land. The Grand Knight is granted the Signet of St. Edmond of Lachsin. The current Grand Knight is Ulrich von Alstreim [LithiumSedai] V. The Grand Magus The Grand Magus is the advisor to the Prince on all magical affairs. They also manage and oversee the activities of the greater wizardry of Savoy, ensuring no evil permeates these lands. They hold the Signet of St. Amyas. The current Grand Magus is Istvan [Milenkhov] PART II: COUNCIL OF MAGISTRATES The Council of Magistrates of Savoy is composed of three magistrates. The three are selected individually accordingly every four years. The Magistrate appointed by the Prince of Savoy unilaterally shall don a purple shawl and shall henceforth be known as the First Magistrate for all intents and purposes. The Magistrate elected by the citizenry of San Luciano shall don a red shawl and shall henceforth be known as the Second Magistrate for all intents and purposes. The Magistrate elected by the City Assembly of San Luciano shall don a black shawl and shall henceforth be known as the Third Magistrate for all intents and purposes. These three magistrates will then individually compose the Council of Magistrates. This edict delegates to the Magistrates of Savoy the following competencies; I. The Council of Magistrates has been instructed to take the Prince of Savoy’s place in court for cases brought to court by common citizens within the Principality of Savoy. II. The Council of Magistrates is hereby charged with ensuring any citizen of Savoy stands trial before sentencing. III. The Council of Magistrates has been instructed with the enforcement of municipal and crown law, in the cases of noble, common, and natural law. IV. The Council of Magistrates has been granted the power to mete out justice with respect to the municipal and crown law, in the cases of noble, common, and natural law. V The Council of Magistrates has been tasked with reviewing the legality of municipal laws, ordinances, and statutes passed by the City Assembly of San Luciano. VI. The Council of Magistrates has granted the authority to detain subjects for their own safety and the safety of others pending a trial or administering of justice. VII. The Council of Magistrates has been granted the authority to act as an appellate court in the capacity as a unified body. All appellate rulings must be made by a majority of the Council. VIII. All Magistrates must be certified as a rational practitioner of law by the Court of Savoy. SIGNED, HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, Olivier Renault Ashford de Savoie, Prince of Savoy, Duke of Corazon, Count of San Luciano, Protector of the High Elves
  9. ISSUED AND CONFIRMED BY HIS SERENE HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF SAVOY, 10th of Tobias’ Bounty, 1840 TO ALL OUR LOVING AND FAITHFUL SUBJECTS OF WHAT DEGREE AND RANK SOEVER, By virtue of Our dynastic rule, we do hereby establish these following decrees: Those residing within the premises of Caer Cath shall function as an independent, private entity under His Serene Highness. In their autonomous function, they will answer only to His Serene Highness themselves; Said tower has been built for the operations of alchemists and sorcerers, who shall contain sole jurisdiction over their operations and apothecary. The inhabitants of Caer Cath shall function as a specialized task force in the objective of hunting, procuring, and eliminating dark and demonspawn, and necrotic beings that plague the Southern realm; His Serene Highness shall permit the use of alchemical and arcane operations, predicated on the condition that the associates within the premises of Caer Cath register all practitioners of these arts under a registered license, at a fee of 50 minae per annum; His Serene Highness duly invests the charge of operations orchestrated from the vicinity of Caer Cath upon a designated Grandmaster and Quartermaster with the role of producing weekly reports of studies, advances and doings within the tower for the duration of their service. IN NOMINE DEI, HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, Olivier Renault Ashford de Savoie, Prince of Savoy, Duke of Corazon, Count of San Luciano, Protector of the High Elves GRANDMASTER, István
  10. ISSUED AND CONFIRMED BY HIS SERENE HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF SAVOY, 15TH OF SIGISMUND’S END, 1838 TO ALL OUR LOVING AND FAITHFUL SUBJECTS OF WHAT DEGREE AND RANK SOEVER, It pleases the Savoyard Crown to recognize Our leal subject, ANTONIUS VILAC, as a great servant to the Principality, and a protector of the Princely House. As such, the Savoyard Crown, with the authority vested upon Us by God and Our people, acknowledges ANTONIUS VILAC as the rightful title holder of the PRINCIPALITY OF VÎLACHIA, to hold and pass onto his legitimate heirs. He is trusted with keeping law and order within his holdings, upholding the rule of the ruling dynasty, serving the Savoyard Crown dutifully, and to raise his sword in defense of the Principality. IN NOMINE DEI, HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, Olivier Renault Ashford de Savoie, Prince of Savoy, Duke of Corazon, Count of San Luciano
  11. ISSUED AND CONFIRMED BY HIS SERENE HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF SAVOY, 5TH OF HARREN'S FOLLY, 1838 TO ALL OUR LOVING AND FAITHFUL SUBJECTS OF WHAT DEGREE AND RANK SOEVER, Following the request of the Prince of Sutica, CORWIN BARCLAY VON SAVOY, the title of PRINCE OF MERRYWEATHER is relinquished unto the LANDGRAVE OF ALSTREIM. As such, the Savoyard Crown, with the authority vested upon Us by God and Our people, acknowledges the transfer of the PRINCEDOM OF MERRYWEATHER unto ULRICH LOTHAR VON ALSTREIM, to hold and pass onto his legitimate heirs. He is trusted with keeping law and order within his holdings, upholding the rule of the ruling dynasty, serving the Savoyard Crown dutifully, and to raise his sword in defense of the Principality. IN NOMINE DEI, HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, Olivier Renault Ashford de Savoie, Prince of Savoy, Duke of Corazon, Count of San Luciano HIS HIGHNESS, Corwin Barclay von Savoy, Prince of Sutica
  12. ISSUED AND CONFIRMED BY HIS SERENE HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF SAVOY, 9TH OF GODFREY'S TRIUMPH, 1838 TO ALL OUR LOVING AND FAITHFUL SUBJECTS OF WHAT DEGREE AND RANK SOEVER, It pleases the Savoyard Crown to recognize Our leal subject, ERNST BARCLAY, as a great servant to the Principality, and a protector of the Princely House. As such, the Savoyard Crown, with the authority vested upon Us by God and Our people, enfeoff ERNST BARCLAY with the BARONY OF FREIMARK, to hold and pass onto his legitimate heirs. He is trusted with keeping law and order within his holdings, upholding the rule of the ruling dynasts, serving the Savoyard Crown dutifully, and to raise his sword in defense of the Principality. IN NOMINE DEI, HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, Olivier Renault Ashford de Savoie, Prince of Savoy, Duke of Corazon, Count of San Luciano
  13. THE LEX SAVOIA; OR, SAVOYARD LAW; WHICH SHALL STAND AS, The LICIT CODEX of the PRINCIPALITY of SAVOY, be such EDICTAL, CRIMINAL, or CIVIL in nature. C O N T E N T S B O O K I Of Rights B O O K II Of Succession, Marriagehood; And of Custody CHAP. I. ー Of Succession CHAP. II. ー Of Marriagehood CHAP. III. ー Of Custody B O O K III Of Criminals and Treason CHAP. I. ー Of Criminals CHAP. II. ー Of Treason B O O K IV Of Contracts, Feudal, and Social Obligations CHAP. I. ー Of Contracts CHAP. II. ー Of Feudal Obligations CHAP. III. ー Of Social Obligations Lex Savoia OF THE PUBLICATION, EFFECT, AND APPLICATION OF THE CODEX Article 1. B O O K I. OF RIGHTS 2. The Right to Self Defence - Every man shall have the right to defend himself when he comes under attack, so long as it is unprovoked. 3. The Right to Duel - Every man shall have the right to challenge their foe to a duel. If accepted, the pair may fight fairly, with at least one witness present. To interfere before the duel is yielded is forbidden. 4. The Right to Trial - Every man shall have the right to a trial, when accused of crimes of a heinous nature. 5. The Right to Trial by Combat - Every man shall have the right to forgo a proper trial, instead having a duel decide their guilt or innocence. Those who decide to embark on this do agree to fight their own battle, to the death. B O O K II. OF SUCCESSION, MARRIAGEHOOD; AND OF CUSTODY CHAPTER I. Of Succession 6. A marriage shall be a union between a man and a woman of the same race, and shall be performed under the Canonist sacrament of marriage. 7. If a man has many sons born in wedlock, he may not partition his estate amongst them without the consent of his heir. 8. And on whether a man, having an heir, can give any part of his inheritance to a son born out of wedlock, it shall be established that he cannot; a son born out of wedlock may not receive gifts, sale, delivery or pledge of estate from a father. 9. A man cannot disinherit his son and heir, and must reserve a portion of it as their inheritance, and thus cannot sell or donate the entirety of his estate; though if a man has no heir of his body, and that being male or female, then he may donate or sell the entirety of his estate. 10. And if a man possesses hereditary and purchased land, he may donate or sell any part of the latter at his will. 11. But if a man has many sons, all in equal standing to inherit, then he can give no greater amount to any one of his heirs; he may give, whilst he lives, that portion to which a son will inherit upon his death. 12. If one of those who stand in the division of inheritance should die without children of their own, then that portion shall be divided between their siblings. 13. If a son who has received seisin from his father dies in possession of such, then it shall be his next brother’s inheritance; on this principle land may never naturally ascend. CHAPTER II. Of Marriagehood 14. And of heirs, when a man has none of his body and does not sell or donate his estate, it shall be inherited by those grandchildren of the man; afterwards the brother, or a sister, and their descendants; after this the uncle, or aunt, and their descendants. 15. A third of a man's effects customarily shall be entitled to his wife should she out-live him; and though a woman may make a will as a man would, she may only do so with the authority of her husband if he is living. 16. If a man holds military tenure upon his land, that is to say he owes his Lord a levy or any other military service, or that he shall be a knight and hold land in tenure, then only will his firstborn son and heir succeed to his inheritance; if he have a daughter only then this shall remain true. 17. If a man holds socage tenure to his Lord, and that shall be defined as the tenure held without military service, such as a farming man, then the inheritance shall be equally divided amongst all his sons; without a son this shall remain true for his daughters. 18. It shall be that heirs are bound to the debts of their father, and his father, and his father; it shall ascend, and obligations are to be inherited as if they were land. CHAPTER III. Of Custody 19. It will be that an heir being under the age of fifteen cannot entirely execute the functions of a testament left by their ancestor; they shall be taken into the care of their Lord, and be exempt from their feudal duties until majority. 20. And if they be born a Plebeian, an heir to their fathers business or coin, then they will not have attained full rights to it until they are able to count money. B O O K III. OF INDICTMENT, INDICTABLE OFFENCES; SUMMARY PUNISHMENT; HARMING MAJESTY; AND REGARDING TREASON CHAPTER I. Of Criminals 21. A Man shall be considered criminal and be brought to trial if they: 22. Conclude the life of another Man, outside of a legally recognized duel, skirmish, or in self defense; 23. Attack another Man, outside of a legally recognized duel, skirmish, or in self-defense; 24. Thieve the property of another Man; 25. Spoil the property of another Man; 26. Trespass onto any property that is not their own, whether through physical force, intimidation, stealth, or otherwise; 27. Own another Man as a slave or indentured servant, unless that individual has been given such a status as punishment for a crime; 28. Seize another Man and hold him involuntarily; 29. Kill a whale for any reason; 30. Lay with another Man’s spouse, or to lay with another when you are wed; 31. Sell themselves in a deviant manner; 32. Attempt using coin, force, blackmail, or any other method, to hire or convince any individual to carry out a crime in their stead. 33. Attempt using coin, force, blackmail, or any other method, to bribe a member of His Serene Highness’ personal levy, palace staff, or Privy Council. 34. Enter the Principality of Savoy, whether in transit or through commerce, bearing any amount of bread or potato without proper rations of pork, mutton, poultry, or beef. 35. Act as an extrajudicial, wherein they attempt to deliver justice unto a criminal they may have helped apprehend. If a good samaritan has aided in the capture of a fugitive, they are expected to turn them over to His Serene Majesty’s men of the Esheveurd Brigade. 36. If he attempts to import any fish, living or dead, that has not been caught within the boundaries of the Principality of Savoy, or does not carry a special permit of import from the High Justiciar. 37. Speaks untruth to His Serene Highness, the Prince of Savoy, or expresses falsehoods under sworn Oath; 38. Perform magick in any form. 39. Perform other acts with hostile, malicious, or harmful intent. CHAPTER II. Of Treason 40. Attempt harm against His Serene Highness, the Prince of Savoy or His wife, the Princess of Savoy; 41. Attempt sabotage against the fortifications of Savoy; 42. Attempt to aid the enemies of Savoy, through subterfuge or other means; 43. Embezzle funds, arms, or armor from His Serene Highness’s vaults; 44. Raise an army against His Serene Highness’ forces, the Esheveurd Brigade. B O O K IV. OF CONTRACTS, FEUDAL, and SOCIAL OBLIGATION CHAPTER I. Of Contracts 45. A contract shall be binding by law, whether verbal or written. 46. If there is dispute of such contracts, then they shall be settled by the High Justiciar in Court, whereupon his word shall be final. 47. Contracts entered by force, or unwillingly, shall be considered null and void. Intoxication or bouts of hedonism are not an excuse for nullification, unless such intoxicants have been applied by another party. CHAPTER II. Of Feudal Obligation 48. Each man, whether they be plebeian, serf, or patrician, are bound contractually to their estates responsibilities and status, as proclaimed by the Edict of Springtime. 49. Each Patrician is expected and obligated to swear fealty to His Serene Highness, and all his successors. CHAPTER III. Of Social Obligation 50. A citizen of Savoy must be a baptised Canonist. 51. A citizen of Savoy must be law-abiding and good in nature. 52. A citizen of Savoy, for the mutual defense and welfare of the Principality and themselves, must carry with them a weapon. Members of the fairer sex are exempt from such rule. 53. A citizen of Savoy, with proper training or not, should be prepared to raise their weapons against enemies domestic and foreign. As His Serene Highness would wage war to defend his people, they too should be prepared to do so for him. 54. Where a crime has been committed against Savoy that affects the Many, it is expected that the people act as Jury. They shall, under the moderation of the Lord Justiciar, determine guilt or innocence. 55. Women must wear pious clothing in public spaces, covering their bodies from shoulder to wrist and ankle. 56. Men must wear pious clothing in public spaces, covering their bodies from shoulder to wrist and ankle. 57. If a man or woman does perform an act of heresy they shall repent before God and the Bishop of San Luciano, or his representative. If they refuse they shall, by the church, be punished as the Bishop of San Luciano sees fit. 58. If a man or woman does perform minor heathenous acts they shall, by the Church, be lashed a number of times and made to wear a large wooden cross for a duration of time as penance. 59. If a man or woman does perform major heathenous acts they shall, by the Church, be punished as the Bishop of San Luciano sees fit. If execution is to be delivered, the style of such beyond beheading must receive the approval from His Serene Highness or His heirs, or by a member of His privy council. 60. A heathen shall be, by the Church, punished as the Bishop of San Luciano sees fit. If they are invited to the Principality of Savoy by His Serene Highness, such a person is entitled to protection from persecution.
  14. ISSUED AND CONFIRMED BY HIS SERENE HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF SAVOY, 11TH OF SUN'S SMILE, 1836 TO ALL OUR LOVING AND FAITHFUL SUBJECTS OF WHAT DEGREE AND RANK SOEVER, It pleases the Savoyard Crown to recognize Our leal subject, CESAR II DE RIVERA, as a great servant to the Principality, and a protector of the Princely House. As such, the Savoyard Crown, with the authority vested upon Us by God and Our people, enfeoff CESAR II DE RIVERA with the BARONY OF RIVERA, to hold and pass onto his legitimate heirs. He is trusted with keeping law and order within his holdings, upholding the rule of the ruling dynasts, serving the Savoyard Crown dutifully, and to raise his sword in defense of the Principality. IN NOMINE DEI, HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, Olivier Renault Ashford de Savoie, Prince of Savoy, Duke of Corazon, Count of San Luciano
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