Ambassador Reid to the Secretary of State.
London, March 9, 1910.
Sir: With reference to your cable instruction of March 5,1 informing me that the President will, probably within a fortnight, send a special message to Congress with regard to our relations with Liberia, and that meanwhile it is desirable to maintain there the statu quo, I have the honor to inclose herewith a copy of my note to the foreign office, dated the 7th instant, in which I express the hope that Great Britain may be disposed also to acquiesce in the status quo until the proposed action of the United States in assistance of Liberia shall have been definitely determined.
I have, etc.,
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