Charles Audley Posted December 12, 2016 Share Posted December 12, 2016 To Whom it May Concern, This is something of an unusual letter and I apologise in advance for any inconvenience. I write to you with regards to one Arthur Cadogan, a former business associate of my late father. My father was no meticulous record keeper, yet going through his papers it is clear that something lay unfinished between them and I cannot in good conscience allow the matter to rest. I know that I impose, but I have written to enquire if the Exchange has a place of business listed for Master Cadogan. (My father, as previously mentioned, kept poor, disorganised records). If so, is the Exchange willing and able to share the aforementioned? I greatly appreciate your sensitivity and discretion in this matter, but not half so much as I would any aid you could give me in discharging my filial responsibilities. My apologies once more for any inconvenience. Yours, Charles Audley, Lord Chatham. Charles sealed the letter and handed it to Wodehouse. "Wait for a reply if they seem like to give one swiftly and tip as seems appropriate. I trust your judgement." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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