No. 71 NAI DFA Secretary's Files S1
London, 4 July 1932
Dear Mr. Thomas,
I have made the inquiry I promised, and find it is a fact that the moneys received by the Land Annuities and other charges are being set aside by the Irish Free State government in separate suspense accounts in anticipation of arbitration.
(Sgd.) J.W. Dulanty
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