Two courts were held this 27th day of January at Queen's Prize Tournament.
First was an impromptu disciplinary court. An entrant was found to be
entering Queen's Prize Tournament under false pretenses. After all,
how could Brian mac Tomais ui Fhoghlada not know of his grant to the
Order of the Silver Hammer, which had happened a few minutes before
the tournament's judging began? His lordship Brian was summarily
disciplined with an emblem of the order and a scroll of the deed.
Court was then dismissed for further disciplining of the miscreant.
The second, formal court was opened for the following business.
Lady Amylin Pope's petition was approved for the boy scout demo April
20-22, 2007 at Smithville Lake. Mia of Loch Smythe received her AoA.
The Co-autocrats for the event spoke their business and winners of the
various prizes were awarded.
Judges choice: Majnun ibn Nizami Tabel Regis for period prosthetics
King's Choice: Emelye MacFarlane for performance of Parti del Mal 1189
Youth QP Division: Ursula von Thurn for leatherbound book
Adult QP Division: Isobel MacDonald for 11th c Flemish (Finnish?) dress
Emelye MacFarlane received her AoA
The Shire of Standing Stones donated funds to the Estrella Hospitality
tent and Lady Gracye of Lockwood gave a gift of largesse for their
majesties' pleasure. Master Eadweard Boise the Wright also donated
several shaker boxes. Muriel MacDonald received her entry into the
Order of the Leather Mallet and Eleanor du Morland was admitted into
the Order of the Calon Lily. Court was closed after one final piece of
business wherein Sir Toen Fitzwilliam was asked to consider elevation
into the Order of the Pelican.
Thus ends the report of the Fountain Pursuivant for the two courts sat
at the Queen's Prize Tournament, January 27th, 2007 in the Barony of
Forgotten Sea. Many thanks to Alyx de Vernon of Briarwood for her help
in the recording of this information.