To: His August Majesty Leopold IV
I am pleased to inform you that all elements of the Corp of Observation have reached Heidelheim in Upper Belgravia.
In an initial sweep of the border area by the Uhlans five highwaymen were apprehended, and a band of about 50 brigands dispersed with many of them killed, those captured have been handed over to the civil authoritites for the execution of justice.
The Corp of Observation will shortly go out on manouvres; subsequently they will take up positions for the full time monitoring of the border with Monrovia.
I have just received news that one of the brigands killed had on his person documents which originated in Monrovia; in addition letters from Stagonia were also found. We will investigate these items and I hope that they were only stolen items taken by the brigands from travellers.
Field Marshall, Duke Frederick of Wittenbuffel
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