Admiral Sir George Monk writes...
East Anglian woolen garments have been traded to Iroquios against the cold northern winters.
English “explorers” have encountered the Miami Indian Tribe – and their first captured slaves arrived in Bristol, mere months later..
Henry Morgan’s men have been attacked and scattered by our own hired Naval Auxiliaries. Unfortunately the master Pirate himself escaped, but the local Spanish merchants have kindly clubbed together to show their appreciation for our killing of 300 of the rogues, and the hanging of another 200. Another 100 gold pieces for our rapidly-swelling Treasury.
Most generous – and perhaps they realise the Crown wishes the Spanish Empire no harm despite the Lawless actions of a few hotheads that happened to be born in these islands. I think the French have poked their long noses in there to little effect!
File sent to Chris and Posted here.