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Imperial Ascension Day celebrated

Chocolates distributed by the Emperor to fellow residents of Roehampton University campus in celebration of his Cotton Jubilee.

A year since the ascension to the Throne of Emperor Jonathan I was yesterday celebrated throughout the Empire of Austenasia.

Yesterday marked one year since Jonathan I became Emperor after the abdication of his predecessor – his “Cotton Jubilee”.

The Emperor marked the occasion with lunch out at a restaurant with the Prime Minister, Countess Eritoshi.

The day was celebrated across the Empire. The two units of Legio I Virginia in the Austenasian Army held parades in New Richmond and in Terentia, and a public holiday was announced in New South Scotland.

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