Foreign News: No Clouds

In presenting his credentials to President Coolidge in the Blue Room of the White House, Sir Esme Howard, recently appointed British Ambassador to the U. S., made the following speech:

Mr. President, in handing to you my credentials as Ambassador of His Majesty King George to replace my distinguished predecessor, Sir Auckland Geddes, I have the honor to inform you that before leaving England I was charged both by His Majesty the King and his Prime Minister with messages of cordial and sincere good will and friendship toward the United States and toward you,...

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