The Acting Secretary of State to the British Chargé (Lindsay)

Sir: Referring to your note No. 461 of June 18, 1919, relative to certain British claims against the Government of Nicaragua, notably the so-called “Legation claim”, I have now the honor to advise you of the receipt of a telegram of June 28, 1919, from the American Minister at Managua,15 to the effect that the Public Credit Commission accedes to the desire expressed by the Department of State [Page 670] for the extension until July 30th of the time of acceptance by the British authorities of the offer made in settlement of this claim.

Accept [etc.]

For the Acting Secretary of State:
William Phillips
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