No. 211 NAI DT S1801E

T.M. Healy to J.H. Thomas (London)
(No. 152)

Dublin, 26 April 1924


I have the honour to refer to previous correspondence on the subject of Article 12 of the Treaty, and in particular to your Despatch No. 232 of the 10th instant,1 with special reference to paragraph 5 thereof.

2. The Conference mentioned in the Despatches, which was attended by my Ministers on the invitation of His Majesty's Government, has terminated its sittings without arriving at any agreement.

3. My Ministers, therefore, request that His Majesty's Government will take immediate steps for the completion of the constitution of the Boundary Commission.

I have the honour to be,
Your most obedient, humble Servant.
[stamped] T.M. Healy

1 Not printed.

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