No. 63 NAI 2003/17/181

Confidential report from John W. Dulanty to Joseph P. Walshe (Dublin)
(No. 34) (Secret)

London, 10 June 1937

I should be glad to have at as early a date as possible the suggested formula which it will be remembered Sir Warren Fisher suggested we might draw up, and also a reply to the two questions specifically put to me by Sir Malcolm MacDonald1 - see my Secret minute No. 31 of 20th May2.

[signed] J.W. Dulanty
High Commissioner

1 Marginal note by Joseph P. Walshe: 'No reply at present. Despatch later. J.P.W. 11th June 37'.

2 See document No. 59.

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