The Assistant Secretary of State (Dearing) to President King

My Dear Mr. President: The receipt is acknowledged of your letter of November 8, 1921, relative to the Franco-Liberian Boundary delimitation.

In reply I beg to say that the Department will be glad to use its good offices with the French Government as requested to secure that Government’s consent to the resumption and completion of the delimitation of the boundary as soon as possible.

The matter of designating for appointment by the Liberian Government a qualified man to assist Commissioner Daves with the Boundary survey will receive attention.

I am [etc.]

Fred Morris Dearing