Magdeburg
 

“Yes. Bloodless surrenders are always better.” The abbess of Quedlinburg smiled. “I’m sure that you, if I understand the up-time teachings of ‘Quakerism’ to which you adhere, will be happy to make that point to Princess Kristina.”

“But why was the king in the Low Countries negotiating with this Fabert man? Why not with the bishop of Metz? It says right here in the paper that it’s an imperial prince-bishopric, even though the French have been . . .

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