Alexandra would protect herself, and having Charles following her about to try to protect her or any other Life Guard for that matter would really put a kink in her lifestyle. It would also make it impossible to just go off on her own. Not to mention the questions that would crop up of the constant surveillance. Of course, she was not going to object just yet. She had hoped to just tell Charles, and he would act upon the information that she had already dug up and she could be sent on her little merry way.
He asked for more and so she exhaled and started from the beginning making sure to leave nothing out. She recounted the information that she had gleaned as Ben Toffer's last breath
. Of course, it could all be circumstantial evidence, but there was nothing that she knew that pointed to someone in particular.
Then, she had discovered that Ben was a servant in the kitchens having inquired about him at the Office of the Chamberlain
. The deceased had a sister by the name of Judith and an address was procured. From there, she had decided to at least make a point to protect herself and mentioned that Kane was sworn to secrecy as he made the trip with her to Judith's house.
She included the address to Judith's home on Bonny Lane Southwark
and gave Charles all of the information she could. Her head was hurting a little as she mentioned that Ben was a Puritan as well as all of the items that Ben had kept in his own tin.
Alexandra even included how clever she tried to be on hiding all of the evidence to preserve it as well that Judith wished justice for her brother because she could not believe he would have ever done anyone harm.
The last bit of information she gave him was her visit to the address and the name Malcolm Bainbridge
as well as discovering that he had fled the city and probably a part of the conspirators, as well as the one that provided the poison to Ben.
She pressed her fingers to her forehead. "Charles, that is all I know. I tried to be as thorough as I could. I can give you the items that were in Ben's tin. I do not want them anymore." She replied as she did not wish this responsibility any longer, but deferred to the major assuming he probably had a lot more knowledge on handling such dangerous situations. Confessing was a lot more difficult than she would imagine and her temples were throbbing.