Dear Aaron B. Hampton,

Although your letter was an urgent one I must say it was nice to hear from you, what with your stay over in North America and all. But now I believe it's time to press on with the matter you addressed in your letter. I will send the supplies you and them have ask for.

However. I will not do this task for free. As I remember I already paid you back for helping me. Remember? I introduced you to that young lady you wanted so much to court. Then that night I was hiding in the near by bushes when you and her were sitting under the street light talking. That is the last thing I remember before she slapped you and you fell into a nearby snow pile and got your pants all water. It looked as if you had just soiled yourself. But enough fond memories.

The supplies should come to you in do time.


Lord Eric,