§ 59. Sir H. BRITTAIN
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he is to have the opportunity of meeting the United States Secretary to the Treasury during the visit of the latter to Europe; and, if so, whether any date has been fixed for the meeting?
§ 60. Captain GARRO-JONES
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether, in the course of his visit to Europe, Mr. 1694 Mellon has expressed his intention to visit London for any official purposes, before returning to America?
§ Mr. McNEILL
My right hon. Friend has no information beyond what has appeared in the public Press as to Mr. Mellon's movements, and he has no reason to believe that Mr. Mellon's visit to Europe has any official significance.
§ Captain GARRO-JONES
May I ask whether in view of the reiteration by the United States Treasury of inaccurate statements concerning the Debt settlement it would not be conducive to a better understanding if Mr. Mellon was invited by the British Treasury to make himself acquainted with the facts?