To the Lord and Lady of Stonebridge, Ryker and Isolde Nayland, Ser Rygar Nayland writes.
The weekly drills continue as scheduled, with the levies drilling at march in formation at the borders of Stonebridge. A significant number of Terrick horsemen have been observed along the borders, though no confrontations have taken place.
Fines were levied upon seven households this week for their menfolk shirking civic duty through drill with the levy. In the past week, three men have been imprisoned in stocks in the Town Square for a full day as punishment for repeatedly refusing service i the levy, to receive the proper scorn of their community for their failure.
The count of large vessels arriving from the Twins in the past week is eleven, the count of the same from Seagard is two. Mooring dues were paid properly in all instances. The count of smaller rafts, barges and boats is two score and nine.
By my hand on this, the 5th of September, in the 288th year since the Landing,
Ser Rygar Nayland