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Welcome to Charming, the year is now 1891. It’s time to join us and immerse yourself in scandal and drama interlaced with magic both light and dark.

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As clocks and other timepieces were expensive, working class folk who could not afford to rise with the sun could employ a “knocker-upper” to tap on their windowpane at a scheduled time. Knocker-uppers would work through the night and into the early morning. — Kayte
But then Miss Dempsey paid her so great a compliment that she wanted to hurl herself over the edge of the theater balcony in delight.
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June 7th, 1891
Dear Miss Greengrass,

I had higher hopes for you after your Coming Out, but I've been so disappointed in your showing of things so far. How to you expect to ever attract a husband like that? I can see why they called you Graceless Greengrass in school.

Miss. J. Lynch

PS: Don't waste your time on Mr. [X]; he's mine! I expect an offer of courtship any day so just keep your looks to yourself!

@Grace Greengrass @Holly Scrimgeour

June 7th, 1891
Dear Miss Lynch,

You always seem so reserved and courteous at social events but rest assured your facade has not fooled me! I heard what you said about my sister to the gentleman you were speaking with last week at that party, and I've told her every word. I may be new to the social season but if you believe Verity to be a defenseless sort, you are mistaken — she is more clever and witty than you could ever be and if you try to muck around with her prospects again, I am quite sure she could see you ruined!

Miss G. Greengrass

PS: If you try to approach me about this letter in public I shall deny it, so don't bother. Just take it as a warning from my family to yours!

@January Lynch @Roberto Devine

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