Posted by Mohicaan Bounty on May 01, 1998 at 09:04:29:
In Reply to: Mohicaan Bounty Supply Order posted by She-Who-Has-Tracked-La-Longue-Carabine on May 01, 1998 at 07:25:24:
: Mohicaan Bounty
: Mohicanland Trading Post
: Dear Sirs:
: Saw your ad in the Courier Classifieds and would like to order some of your pre-packaged lightweight foodstuffs. I am enclosing a draft on the Bank of New Netherlands to cover my order. Please ship the following to Dockside Warehouse, John Schermerhorn, Prop., Vanderheyden's Ferry - to be held until called for:
: 5 lbs. cornmeal with maple powder (fine grind, if available)
: 3 lbs. pumpkin surprise
: 2 lbs. berry bounty
: Also, please include samples of any other items you stock which do not require chewing.
: Yours truly,
We have received your order and will send it via the next courier who passes through. However, we must request that you send Dutch silver or English shillings. The Bank of New Netherlands is unstable at the moment and we can not accept their notes.
We do carry fine ground corn meal with maple powder. Will you be needing a stirrer with that? We can send samples of other foodstuffs, such as freeze dried horse meat from Cameron's Cabin, no chewing required. Even though, as Mary pointed out, Uncle Wiscone was pigging out, there were some leftovers of Jo's horse. We still smuggle in English Tea so there will be no tax.
For future reference, She, "Dear Sirs" is an improper form of address.
Thank you for your order. We hope we can continue to supply you with all your wilderness dietary needs.
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