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17 February 1908


Government House, Ottawa

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10 p.
Inventory no.: 4422

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William Lyon Mackenzie King's negotiations at Washington [regarding Japanese immigration to North America]. Lord Grey's opinion regarding President Theodore Roosevelt's motives with respect to relations between the North American Continent and Japan. Visit of James Bryce to discuss with Sir Wilfrid Laurier all outstanding questions with the United States. Enclosure of letters indicating the views of the Canadian Government on the outstanding questions. Enclosed: Private letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Lord Grey, Ottawa, 11 February 1908 (copy). Private letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Lord Grey, Ottawa, 12 February 1908 (copy); letter from George C. Gibbons to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, International Waterways Commission, London, Ontario, 11 February 1908 (copy).

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90: Open
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