763.72112/1399½: Telegram

President Wilson to the Secretary of State

Instructions of Sir Edward Grey to Ambassador about cotton gives me deep concern.82 Am I mistaken in my recollection that the British Government formally notified us that cotton would be regarded as not already contraband and would be continued to be so treated?

Woodrow Wilson
  1. See telegram No. 2510, July 22, 1915, from the Ambassador in Great Britain, Foreign Relations, 1915, supp., p. 193.