An address on the conditions and events of the past year in the commercial towne of Krackens Hole.
As transcribed in fine detail by
The Honorable and Most Fourtghtright
Royal Provincial Constable General
Sir Alphred Donner Trowes II
Herein sent in wax sealed packet and meant only for the eyes of
His Royal Guard of The Realm and Lord Master Viceroy Unchallenged
Georgewallis Humpletort III
Viceroy of Dinn
My Dearest and most noble kind Sir.
It is with great sadness and apprehension I do send to thee these ill tidings I must Herein Report. But as Your Grace is well aware this seedy festering Harbour of scoundrels and murderers is, and has been for some time now, quite difficult to police.
I thank thee most highly for the confidence Your Grace has given to me by entrusting me with this most difficult of tasks. And still I remain confident 'Tis a job that can and will be done in due time. With a firm faith in the common decency of men and the reliance of the