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Tearagh’t By Craig Newnes


Cover Image Of 'Tearagh't' By Craig NewnesBeing The Manne’s Tale

Thysse message is o’er long. It doth comprise two main parts, a briefe note from one of mie oarsmenne on the findinge of the Spaniartt’s papers and the translat’d papers themselffes. These are in onlie part sensible order as the oarsman had yet to right them and the manne that translat’d the Spanish writinge simplye retold the tale in the order receiv’d. The originale paperes have disapper’d thysse xi daie of September 1589. They were soak’d butte legible and found bound at the stern of a small craft adrift in the baie call’d Coumenole.

The baie is rough of seas as are all these parts but once trapp’d by the tide any vessel doth circle against the sands until the tide turns. The water’s edge is easily reach’d from the cliffes and mie man hath some strength. He caught the boat, gain’d the papers and sent them for translation that very daie. He has since sent them to me with hysse note attach’d, in case there was newes of  Felipe’s plans.

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If you are wondering at my sudden spelling style, you might want to check out the premise for this book, as you will see that it is partially written in a form of Olde English, in keeping with the timeline of the story. I haven’t started reading the book yet, but from these first sampler lines, I can tell that it is not going to be as difficult to get along with as I had feared.


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