The Ambassador in Great Britain (Harvey) to the Secretary of State
[Received 7:37 p.m.]
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With reference to your telegram 210, July 18 , 4 p.m. just received, I beg to report that your telegrams 184, June 23, 6 p.m. and 192, July 1, 1 p.m. were communicated to Foreign Office with [Page 364]the exception of the closing paragraph of the former, communication of which was left to my discretion. It was thought wisest to hold this in reserve in view of the apparent misunderstanding that existed as to the real situation, the Foreign Office insisting that the conditions laid down in your 192 as prerequisite to the granting of landing permit at Miami had been long ago complied with. Your 210 seems to clarify matters and will be acted upon without delay.