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By Erik Dahl, Timothy Ferguson, Jeff Kyer, Richard Love, John Post, Paul Tevis, Alexander White

Legends inform of the powerful wizards of the earlier, sorcerers with powers that dwarf these of the magi of the Order of Hermes. Hyperboreans whose spells lasted a iteration, necromancers of Canaan who may possibly summon any of the lifeless, rune magic that pushed aside Magic Resistance like cobwebs; these kind of tales flow within the Covenants of the Order. other kinds of magic are so historical that even the legends became infrequent. The Seekers are these magi of the Order who look for those secrets and techniques, aiming for the respect of being the only to deliver the facility to fashionable magi. This publication includes descriptions of 9 kinds of old magic, and principles for integrating their secrets and techniques into airtight concept. From the frozen north to the westernmost fringe of the area, from humankind's earliest houses to grand temples of the classical global, the search can lead your characters wherever in Mythic Europe, or even past. How a ways will they opt for wisdom?

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28/230 (Hampshire); El 13/14; Answer of A. , QO 3, p. C. 14/2/18 (Southampton assessment book), fol. 1 and passim; Warner took seven weeks to deliver the Rump's letter of 27 April 1649 about the assessment to commissioners at Southampton and the period of the six months assessment of 1651 had virtually elapsed before he delivered the act and instructions to the commissioners. Local office-holding 1649-60 27 revenue establishments, and they were not all weeded out. In the summer of 1651, four employees of Launcelot Faulkner of London, farmer of the inland commodities excise in Hampshire, were provoking disorders in the county through their misconduct.

14 Commissioners for musters had been employed by the Tudors before the centralizing measure of the lieutenancy had taken shape. On the level of personnel, most of the active militia commissioners of 1651 and after in Hampshire, had been active committeemen and were also mostly JPs. Nor were the militia commissioners of the 1650s by the nature of their office more dependent on central government than any other local officials, or the servants of previous or subsequent regimes. Indeed, the limitations of the government's hold over them is well expressed in the Rump's militia act of 12 August 1651, which stipulated that the commissioners, militia officials and soldiers were to do their duty with diligence and faithfulness, 'upon pain of being Censured and Adjudged Enemies of their Countrey, and to undergo such penalties as in that behalf shall be by the Parliament thought fit to be inflicted upon them'.

Stowe MS 577, fols. O. C193/13/6, fols. , Q O 3 , pp. , Car/PR/1. , Bills and Answers of (Interregnum) Accountants, E l 13, Box 14 (Hampshire): The Answer of Sir Robert Reynolds. 215. See below, p p . 7 8 - 9 . H . M . Phil, thesis, 1981), pp. 4,177-200, appendix 2, 292-3. Local office-holding 1649-60 23 Table 1. 31 Before then, military officers had been equally evident amongst those appointed as assessment commissioners. Several were nominated in the early years of the Commonwealth, and there were four named (apart from Oliver Cromwell) in the commission of 1652.

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