- On page 187 (Ch. 55) it says that Peter began his letter with the words: "Dear Judge-General Peyna." He then pauses for a while, thinking about whether or not Peyna will discover his plan.
After deciding that Peyna won't he continues his letter.
But on page 193 (Ch. 58), the letter Peter sent to Peyna, starts with one word: "Peyna." The "Dear Judge-General" seems to have gone missing while the rest of the letter was written.
Or Peter might have written a new letter, which could explain the missing words. But who knows?