son that I had lost since I contracted this disease.


The Holy Maiden’s smile could also cure my illness.


I didn’t need any doctor or medicine, because that smile heals.

It was such a miraculous smile.
The Holy Maiden’s smile had given strength to my limp and heavy arms.


Ahh, a real Holy Maiden had appeared in the Kingdom.


I ate the orange the Holy Maiden gave me while cherishing every bite.

I couldn’t eat fresh fruits anymore if I had to go on a long sail again in the future.
Because I was sure that I would definitely recover from this disease.

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While slowly savoring the taste, I engraved that smile in my heart.


End of Jacob’s POV



“Nee-sama— Have you heard from the academy that school will start the day after the break?”


William spoke to Emma, who had finished serving out oranges as dessert.


“…Nee-sama, you are grinning too much, you know that?”

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When Emma turned around, William could see the corner of her mouth kept rising, and thus warned her with a fed-up face.


“But William… everyone, everyone… is so cool…”


The too-big of an annex within the Stuarts’ grounds, which the family had never used before, was opened to the public as a treatment center for scurvy patients.
However, in it, what awaited Emma turned out to be a beautiful miscalculation.


Most of the sailors who were forced to go on long, harsh voyages and ended up with scurvy were men who were a little over the age of active duty.

Young sailors could land themselves a job on a ship with better conditions precisely because they were still young.
They could find other work just fine without having to go out of their way to work on a ship that could make them sick.


Naturally, the patients were the poor yet able-bodied 50 to 60-year-old sailors who went out on long and harsh voyages.

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