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I ran into a phrase that does not make sense to me. It reads: We are always pleased to have new subscribers, and I am certain you will be delighted with the upcoming season. Please find enclosed the tickets for the five plays for this season.
By Googling, I discovered such phrase is commonly used in business emails, albeit one that is frowned upon by grammarians. But "find enclosed the tickets" sounds odd and ridiculous to me. I believe the sentence would be better as "find the enclosed tickets."
Could someone explain the reasoning behind the seemingly odd structure of the phrase?