“I have here,” she said, “a small sack, on its cord

“I have here,” she said, “a small sack, on its cord, which I will hang about your neck. I have tied it shut, with my signature knot. It contains a message which you, as you are illiterate, cannot read, even if you could reach the sack. You will seek the shop of Amyntas, the wine merchant. It is on Teiban, near Clive. Present yourself, on behalf of your Mistress, Bina of Ar. The message will be read, and a small package will be placed in the sack, which will be knotted closed. Presumably that will be done with the signature knot of Amyntas. You will have been expected. This has been arranged. Return then.”
“Yes, Mistress,” I said. “Must I truly go braceleted?”
“Surely you have seen braceleted slaves in the streets,” she said, “frontbraceleted, and back-braceleted.”
“Yes, Mistress,” I said.
“Would you prefer to go back-braceleted, and nude?” she asked.
“No, Mistress,” I said
“Be careful on the stairs,” she said.
“Yes, Mistress,” I said.

Conspirators of Gor, p. 520

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