CSA, eighteenth-century style

‘The Gentleman who left his Family in February last, is earnestly desired by his Unkle Mr J.G. to let him know by a Line, how he may direct a Letter that may come to the said Gentleman’s Hand, which he believes will be very much to his Satisfaction, and will be a Means to preserve his Wife and Children from Ruin, some Directions being wanting from him, and his said Unkle solemnly assures him no Discovery shall be made by such Correspondence.’

From The Daily Courant, no 6815, Sat Aug 24, 1723

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