Court Report for Steltonwald 12th Night

January 25, AS xlii (2008)

The report of the court held by Their Excellencies Byron and Ariella, Baron and Baroness of the Barony-Marche of the Debatable Lands, court held at the 12th Night Celebration in the Canton of Steltonwald on the 25th day of January AS xxxxii, Brandubh O'Donnghaile reporting herald.

Their Excellencies invited the King and Queen of Misrule, THLady Gianna di Aurelio and THLord Fintan na Coilled, to join them in Their Court.

His Excellency invited the herald to read the record of the past year's accolades received by members of Canton and to congratulate THLady Bonita of Steltonwald upon receiving a writ for elevation to the Order of the Pelican, Lord Bovi Farmathr for being awarded arms and inducted into the order of the Sycamore, Lady Cionaodh Gunn who became a companion of the Golden Alce, Lord Halldorr Bildr who was Awarded Arms, Maestro Jacopo di Niccolo who was inducted into the Order of the Fleur d'Æthelmearc, Lady Marian of Blackwood who was made a member of the Keystone, Lord Roland of Foxes Glen who was made a companion of the Keystone, and to Lady Tomasia de Colliventuso who received a writ for elevation to the Order of the Laurel.

Their Excellencies then invited Lord Gabriel Hawkes into Their presence. They spoke words of his skill in heavy weapons and his service to Canton as knight marshal, as well as most recently become the baronial heavy weapons champion, thus did they award him a Comet Gules, scroll by Lady Kazi enkazi.

Lady Marion of Blackwater was called into court for her endless enthusiasm in hosting sewing and assisting in the sewing of garb for members of the Barony. She has served as retainer and taught classes in embroidery, enhancing the appearance of our Barony throughout the Kingdom, for this she was awarded a Comet Azure-Argent, Scroll by Her Excellency Countess Aidan ni Leir.

The Baron and Baroness invited the Autocrat, Baroness Aoibheil of Dun Holen to come forward and thanked her for organizing such a lovely event.

There being no further business, the court of Their Excellencies was closed.


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