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Captain\'s Letter Regarding Macbeth
I beg forgiveness for the prolonged period of silence previous to this
letter. It had been difficult to write during our battles with the rebels.
Things have quieted now for the time being. I enjoy the opportunity to tell you
what I am thinking. I hope I can write again very soon. I want you to know
that I am in good health.
I feel this is a good opportunity to tell the tale of our great victory
over the Thane of Cawdor and evil MacDonwald. Things were looking very horrible,
it seemed like all my troops had perished. Our brave general MacBeth came from
nowhere to the center of the battle and slayed MacDonwald like the dragon he
truly is. MacBeth took a spear and forced MacDonwald\'s head onto it and
rejuvenated our troops while striking fear into the hearts of the enemy,
Before the smoke cleared another blaze had started. The king of Norway
and Cawdor initiated an assault. With our previous battle scars there\'s no way
we should have survived. MacBeth and Banquo came from nowhere and seemingly on
their own dissembled the entire enemy. There we stood victorious once again.
It is this captains opinion that MacBeth are deserving of the highest awards of
honor and bravery. Long live MacBeth.
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