The Secretary of State to the British Ambassador.
Washington, February 13, 1906.
My Dear Mr. Ambassador:
I think you will be gratified by the two extracts which I inclose from letters written by British and Newfoundland officers to the agent of the American Department of Commerce and Labor, who was on the Fish Commission vessel, the Grampus, during the present fishing season on the Newfoundland coast. The people on both sides seem to have conducted themselves with great good sense and good temper.
I am, etc.,