J Cosmo Newbery

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J Cosmo goes on the front foot and sends three emails:

To the factory:

Dear Dr Blore,

I have to make plans and get moving.

I will be arriving in Madrid on Saturday October 26th, at 11:30hr.

I will be on flight KL1701, travelling first class.

I look forward to seeing you and your facilities. I will organise the payment for the shipment and then head to Ghana where I will meet with my contacts there and do a little sightseeing while waiting for the shipment to arrive.

I intend to go to Vigo to meet up with some friends while I am in Spain. What would be the best way to get there?

I will leave on October 28th.

Yours sincerely,

J. Cosmo Newbery.

To the farm:

Dear Mr Opong,

I am intending to force this issue along a bit.

I am visiting the factory where the vaccine is produced next weekend and also some friends in the north of Spain. While at the factory I will arrive for the shipment to follow me to Ghana.

From there I will travel to Kenya to visit my sister who is a missionary there and then will fly from Nairobi to Accra on the 30th October, arriving at Kotoka International Airport at 11:05hrs, on flight KQ502.

I will meet you there and will explore your country for a few days while waiting for the vaccine to arrive. Please advise me as to whether tehre si a possibility of borrowing a car for this time.

Once the vaccine arrives I will observe the trails to ensure that you are entirely happy with the produce.

Looking forward to meeting you,

Yours sincerely,

J. Cosmo Newbery.

To Mrs Esther:

Dear Mrs Esther,

I am flying to Spain next weekend to see the factory and organise for the vaccine to be sent to the farm.

From there I am going to visit my sister in Nairobi before flying into Accra on the 30th October, at 11:05hrs on flight KQ502.

I very much look forward to meeting your and your delightful children then.

Would you do me the honour of accompanying me to dinner on that first night? Is there a good restaurant in Accra?

Very best wishes,

J. Cosmo Newbery.

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