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  • #31
    The Household of Lady Charmiam Is pleased to invite members of the Court to once again gather in the Reading Room above the Royal Library.

    The meeting will take place this Frey's, the 12th day of the 7th moon, 20th YRA and every week at the same time and place.

    You are invited to attend for an evening of genteel discussion of literature. This moon the book selected is Dark and Shadowy Places: A Collection of poems about dark and evil things, by ser Noddi, Apprentice to Sir Bragi and the Collegium at the time the book was written in the third year of the Recent Awakenings.

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    • #32
      This will take place at six late bells this evening.

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      • #33
        *Brought forward*

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        • #34
          The Household of Lady Charmiam Is pleased to invite members of the Court to once again gather in the Reading Room above the Royal Library. The Book Club will meet as usual this evening at six late bells. This is the last meeting for the seventh moon and the last time we will consider "Dark and Shadowy Places: A Collection of poems about dark and evil things", by ser Noddi, Apprentice to Sir Bragi and the Collegium at the time the book was written in the third year of the Recent Awakenings.

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          • #35
            The book for the eighth moon is a tale of a walk through a forest. All welcome at six late bells this evening.

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            • #36
              This evening at six late bells, the Inner Bailey Book Club will once more sit with a glass of wine or a cup of tea and discuss the Book of the Moon. Relevant to the currently open Royal Hunting Grounds, the book for this moon is a story about a girl walking through the woods.

              Come to the Sitting Room above the Royal Library for conversation and company.

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              • #37
                *Brought Forward*

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                • #38
                  This will take place this evening at six late bells as usual. This is the last meeting of the moon and so the last day we shall discuss the Red Riding Hood book.

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                  • #39
                    *repinned*

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                    • #40
                      The Inner Bailey Book Club has been cancelled on this 20th day of the 9th moon, and will resume again at the same place and time next week.

                      Thank you,

                      Royal Page
                      Taite

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                      • #41
                        Her Ladyship. Lady Charmiam, wishes it known that tonight, the twenty-seventh day of this ninth moon, at six late bells in the Reading Room of the Royal Library, the Inner Bailey Book Club shall convene for its final gathering of the moon. The book shall be one of Her Ladyship's own, titled Twelve Dancing Princesses. The first meeting of the tenth moon shall commence with a new work.

                        Last edited by Yolanda; 10-10-2019, 12:40 PM.
                        Established Guest • Pursuivant Herald • Junior Gardener
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                        • #42
                          (*repinned by a discreet page boy*)

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                          • #43
                            (*repinned by a young page boy*)

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                            • #44
                              Tonight, the eighteenth day of this tenth moon, at six late bells in the Reading Room of the Royal Library, the Inner Bailey Book Club shall convene once more. We continue with Collected Folk Tales, retold by Meoris Rousseau.

                              All are welcome, refreshments will be available.

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                              • #45
                                Tonight, the twenty-fifth day of this tenth moon, at six late bells in the Reading Room of the Royal Library, the Inner Bailey Book Club shall convene as usual. We continue with Collected Folk Tales, retold by Meoris Rousseau. This is the last meeting for the moon and we shall begin with a new book next week.

                                All are welcome, refreshments will be available.

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