…in The Agony Column of the Times, 1800-1870, collected by Alice Clay, at the Internet Archive.
If you were lacking in story ideas, you lack no more!
Tuesday, November 10, 1850: E.R.C.—CONSENTS.
Saturday, January 4, 1851: P.P.P. is implored, for mercy’s sake, to WRITE AGAIN. If not, your wretched father will be a maniac, and your poor unhappy mother will die brokenhearted.
Monday, January 27, 1851: To C.—it’s all right; the danger you apprehended is stopped; nothing is known; every difficulty shall be removed; you are freely forgiven; come without a moment’s delay.—J.
Tuesday, July 1, 1851: YES, ELLEN.
Friday, November 18, 1853: A.G.B., 50th.—The POPLARS are Desolate now, and Dangerous Point very unattractive. You see we fulfill the promise.—A—a A—s.
Thursday, Janaury 12, 1854: WHY SHAVE?
Saturday, October 6, 1855: J.B.R.—The MONKEY is HOME. Where is the Man of Ross.—G.G.