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Couched in Unintelligibility: Agonies of The Times

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By Ronny Litvack-Katzman, Research Assistant, ROAAr Numbers, letters, and pseudonyms, reversed text, symbols, and foreign language words –the most infamous encrypted agony ads contained all these and more. Throughout the 19th century, ciphers and codes were a covert means for …

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