Ambassador Reid to the Secretary of State.
London, September 7, 1906.
Sir: I have the honor to confirm my telegram of September 6 summarizing the modus vivendi in the Newfoundland fisheries for this year offered by His Majesty’s Government. I send herewith a copy of this telegram and a copy of the note from Mr. Campbell, one of the assistant undersecretaries of state, acting for Sir Edward Grey in his absence, in which the proposal summarized in the cable dispatch was made.
I have merely acknowledged this letter and said that I had hastened to acquaint you with its proposal.
I have the honor to be, sir, your obedient servant,