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"Now you'll be a Tory, in the eyes of certain Whigs," Will warned him, "and a butt for all the envenomed Darts of Party Malice."

"It is merely a repetition of when I departed my father's house on Holborn during the Plague and went to seek refuge at Epsom," Daniel said wearily. "Or when I became part of King James's court - in part, at the urging of your father. It is ever thus, when I have dealings with a Comstock..."

"With a Silver Comstock," Will correct him. "Or a tin one, as they have taken to calling me in Parliament."

"Being a Tory has its prerequisites, though," Daniel allowed. "Mr. Threader has very courteously offered to convey me to London, departing to Martin. He is going thither on business."

"The Earl looked a bit queasy. 'And you have gratefully accepted?'" (14, Book 6, Chapter 3.)

"....Painted upon its door was...

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