|Anglican Photofit of Baron Foy as he may now|
appear - moustache regrown and in disguise as
a Leominster hop-picker and agricultural labourer.
Notwithstanding the notable victory for for the forces of freedom and right in the County, our Bishop had cause for sorrow : the opportunity to release the Bishop of Hereford from his unlawful captivity was lost (well, it was on another table...). The Ecclesiastical Intelligence Service inform the Bishop that his colleague may have ceased to be in Royalist hands, only to fall into the clutches of one of the many Landowner's Protection Leagues.....
|The 1:1 scale Bishop, appropriately clad in ecclesiastical purple, studies the dispositions of the Anglican C-in-C, Mort.|
|The Battleground at Foy - Fascists to the left, Anglicans to the right, Socialists in hiding everywhere|
|Fascist infantry crossing Foy Railway Embankment - the enemy of the Ludlow Light Lancers.|
That's the Embankment, I mean, not the Fascists.