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PILOT LICENSES, CIVIL AIRCRAFT-GREAT BRITAIN. [Enclosure) SCHEDULE. Alaska. American Sa.moa (comprising the Island of Tutuila, the Manua Islands, and all other islands of the Samoan group east of longitude 171 0 west of Greenwich, together with Swains Island). Puerto Rico (including Vieques, Culebra, :Mona and Desecheo). Virgin Islands of the United States (comprising St. Thomas, St. John, St. Croi.~ and dependent islets). The British Ambassculor (Lindsrty) to the Secretary oj State (Hull)

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BRITISH EMBASSY, 3735 llrashington, D. C ., April 5th, 1935 Sm, I have the honour, under instructions from His ~Iajesty's Principal Bi~g;e:.taneeby Great Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, to acknowledge receipt of your Note of to-day's date, setting forth the treatment which the Govern- ment of the United States are prepared, in return for the reciprocal treatment set out in my Note of :March 28th to accord to British subjects as defined in your Note, in respect of air pilots' licences. 2. I have the honour to state in reply that His :Majesty's Govern- ment in the ~lrited Kingdom of Grecl.t Britain and Northern Ireland concur in the terms of your Note under reply, and regard them as affording the reciprocal treatment referred to in my Note of March 28th. His 11ajesty's Government in the United Kingdom als.) con- cur in your suggestion that the arrangements set out in the two Notes shall take effect one calendar month fcom this day's date. I have the honour to be, with the highest consideration, Sir, Your most obedient, humble servant, The Honourable CORDELL IIULL, R. C . LINDSAY Secretary oj State oj the United States, H'ashington, D. O. [No. 77]