The Acting Secretary of State to the British Chargé ( Lindsay )

Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your note No. 136 of March 1, 1920, in which with reference to the Department’s note of February 10, extending to His Majesty’s Government an invitation to send representatives to Washington for a Preliminary Conference on the subject of International Communications, you state that your Government would be glad to receive as soon as possible a list of the specific proposals which it is intended to place on the agenda for a Preliminary Meeting of this kind.

In reply I have the honor to say that there is no specific proposal except that the subject of the World Conference and its agenda will be considered.

Accept [etc.]

For the Acting Secretary of State:
Alvey A. Adee