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by John Maclean

Source: The Call 18th April 1918, p.5
Transcription: Ted Crawford
HTML Markup: Brian Reid
Copyleft: John MacLean Internet Archive ( 2007. Permission is granted to copy and/or distribute this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License

Dear Comrade, — Allow me to inform readers that all letters sent to me with the words “ Russian Consulate” on them are being returned to the senders by the Postmaster, Glasgow, because the Government does not recognise the Bolshevik Government. Those communicating with me know what to do. It is advisable that all moneys be handed to me, as I cannot assume Responsibility for failure to acknowledge moneys sent but not received. One cheque sent by Mrs. D.B. Montefiore I have not I received. This I learnt only by accidentally meeting her.