The Secretary of State to the Chargé in the United Kingdom (Johnson)
382. Embassy’s despatch 3033, April 27 and Murray’s letter to Johnson, July 30,21 regarding Morocco.
Inasmuch as the French Government has now proposed negotiations looking toward termination of American capitulatory rights in Morocco, the Department would find helpful any information you may be able to obtain regarding provisions of proposed British-Moroccan commercial treaty referred to in ninth exchange of notes accompanying Anglo-French Convention signed July 29, 1937.
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