The Ambassador in Great Britain (Dawes) to the Secretary of State
[Received August 24.]
Sir: With reference to my despatch No. 101, July 26, 1929, concerning the draft convention between the United States, the United Kingdom and Iraq, I have the honor to transmit herewith a copy, in triplicate, of a letter from the Foreign Office suggesting a small alteration in the text of Article 4 of the Protocol, and asking whether the United States Government would be willing to accept the same.
I have [etc.]
First Secretary of Embassy
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