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Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 52

This book should be available now so this is the last snippet. Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 52 Kanoffski leaned back. “Would, or could, Grand Duchess Claudia provide credit from Tyrol?  Or are the regents there holding too tight an … Continue reading

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Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 51

Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 51 **** The next time the two of them got together, several months later, Gerry told Ron that he wasn’t a bit sorry that they’d left Besançon so fast that he missed the assassination of … Continue reading

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Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 50

Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 50 “I’ll deal.  Rather, Dr. Guarinonius will deal. Come on. I’ll take you to dinner. You can talk to some of the rest of the up-timers who are here and I’ll introduce you to a … Continue reading

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Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 49

Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 49 Chapter 29 My Well-Born, Especially Well-Beloved, Lady and Friend Besançon “Wollgeborene insonders vilgeliebte Herrin und Freundin.” “So, my well-born, especially well-beloved lady and friend, it is finished. Signatures, radio announcements, newspaper reports, satirical engravings, … Continue reading

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Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 48

Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 48 “She’s not married, is she?” Wettin asked. “Just at the moment, I mean? Johann Friedrich isn’t married, either. I know that Gustavus instructed him to propose to the oldest sister of the young dukes … Continue reading

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Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 47

Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 47 “In any case, touching or not, it is absolutely necessary, because Claudia is not able to persuade Bernhard to agree to accept Nicolas François and Claude as regents in Lorraine and Bar, a lapse … Continue reading

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Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 46

Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 46 Chapter 27 My Lady’s True Friend and Servant at All Times Nancy, Lorraine September 1635 “Meiner Herrin dinstwolliger treuer freund allezeitt.” “Damned fools. Listen to me, Fernando. There is no way–none, do you understand … Continue reading

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Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 45

Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 45 Chapter 26 Of Plague and Pestilence Lorraine Once the grand duke was up and around again, Dr. Guarinonius, having made the official call that Bernhard had been suffering from a rather atypical case of … Continue reading

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Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 44

Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 44 She thought another moment. “Then there’s his chronic gastritis. I don’t have an up-time lab culture, of course, but I’m pretty sure that the grand duke has peptic ulcers. Maybe duodenal ulcers, but I … Continue reading

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Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 43

Legions Of Pestilence – Snippet 43 Chapter 25 Hindered by My Discomforts Lorraine August 1635 “Ich bin aber an meinem ohrt durch meine unpässlichkeit, deren ich nun mehr, Gott lob, gentzlichen endlediget, verhindert…” The grand duke of the County of … Continue reading

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