No. 284 NAI DT S1801K

Extract from minutes of a meeting of the Executive Council (C.2/145)

Dublin, 10 November 1924

BOUNDARY COMMISSION. Letter from the High Commissioner

Consideration was given to a communication addressed by the High Commissioner in London to the Minister for External Affairs1 in which he suggested the desirability of seeking from the new Conservative Government in Great Britain a definite assurance as to its attitude towards the findings of the Boundary Commission.

It was considered undesirable that any such assurance should be sought.

1 See above No.282.

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