The Consul General at Casablanca (Goold) to the Secretary of State
[Received July 10—1:58 p.m.]
67. In the event of war between Great Britain and France for which preparations are being made, our two British clerks are apprehensive of internment. I shall resist such a measure on the ground of our extraterritoriality in accordance with the views of Mr. Blake.38 But I should appreciate instructions.
- Maxwell Blake, Diplomatic Agent and Consul General at Tangier.↩