No. 32 NAI DFA Washington Embassy File 119
DUBLIN, 26 March 1941
Chief suggests Minister need not further emphasize our ability or desire to pay. He feels repetition might be regarded as crack at British and in any case we need not be too averse from getting stuff gratis if we can. Chief delighted hear of excellent progress.
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