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      8th. October, 1938.
Your letter, which Mr. Kennedy handed to me last week, came 
      as a pleasant relief at a time of great anxiety, and I thank 
      you warmly for it.
      The Queen and I appreciate most sincerely your kind invitation 
      to visit Mrs. Roosevelt and you in the United States in the event 
      of our going to Canada next summer. I can assure you that the 
      pleasure, which it would in any case give to us personally, would 
      be greatly enhanced by the thought that it was contributing in 
      any way to the cordiality of the relations between our two countries.
I hope that it will not be inconvenient if I delay my answer 
      until the plans for a visit to Canada 
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