August 16, 1964
Dear General Byng:
As per your orders sir, closed down the West End of the Waterloo Square district for quarantine. This ought to do it, at least for now -- that makes three neighbourhoods this week alone.
Also spoke with some of the local land-owners, who found your offer to purchase buildings in the afflicted areas quite generous, as you foresaw. You indeed have a keen strategic mind, sir! Once the quarantines are lifted, that should pocket you a lovely little profit.
I will continue to canvas the city for any signs of infection and any further opportunities, er, urgent reasons, to impose new restrictions.