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rangement will be made with regard
to arbitration after the war.
Acknowledges No. 11. Explains final
extent of arrangement which His
Majesty's Government are prepared
to offer in settlement of present dis-
Note verbale to Swedish Minister for
Foreign Affairs interpreting precise
meaning of No. 12..
No satisfaction received in regard to
detention of parcels from Great
Britain in transit to Russia. De-
mands immediate release..
Replies to No. 12. Parcels will be re-
leased on certain conditions, but this
does not imply resumption of transit
Proposals in No. 15 unsatisfactory.
His Majesty's Government must
withdraw all offers of arbitration un-
less Swedish Government carry out
their obligations under agreement
of 1904. .
Replies to Nos. 14 and 16. Proposes
to publish correspondence...
As long as Swedish Government cease
to interfere with all parcels dis-
patched to or from the United King-
dom across Sweden offers of arbi-
tration will remain open.
FRANCE-GREAT BRITAIN. Agreement respecting trade with Morocco and
Egypt in transit through British and French territories in Africa. August
French decree regulating the transit of goods through Algeria.
PORTUGAL-GREAT BRITAIN. Treaty of commerce and navigation. August 12,
Proclamation declaring existence of war with Germany and estab-
NUMBER 4, OCTOBER, 1917