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letter expressly stated that they will [[strikethrough]] affirm t [[/strikethrough]] act [[underlined]] according to the spirit of first draft of [[/underlined]] contract. - Also two letters from [[underlined]] George, well written, well expressed as usually which make me feel happy. [[/underlined]] He says A.K is entirely with us [[underlined]] in matter of dividends. [[/underlined]] Then suggest we [[underlined]] buy out R&H and issue bonds for amount, an excellent suggestion. [[/underlined]] Finally about 4 P.M a telegram from George: [[strikethrough]] Three [[/strikethrough]] [[underlined]] "Two plus three dividends without a murmur." Which is perfect. [[/underlined]]  
Delightful breeze. Temp. air 80°F Temperature of water ditto.
[[underlined]] March 18. [[/underlined]] Same delightful E breeze. Wrote long letter to [[underlined]] Redman [[/underlined]] urging him [[underlined]] concentrate research on C25, and cautioning him against late tendencies of R&H and thanking him for support of himself, Rossi and A.K.  Turner [[/underlined]] seems to be 
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panning out better on getting more acquainted with the boat; at least he is not gloomy like all those [[underlined]] Norwegians. [[/underlined]]
[[underlined]] March 19. [[/underlined]] Busy day studying [[underlined]] French contracts [[/underlined]] & Bye-laws writing letters & telegrams. This [[underlined]] boat is now a busy office.  
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Telegram [[/underlined]] of George asking whether have any objection disclosing our present and past prices to [[underlined]] Tax Commission [[/underlined]] to show [[underlined]] decreased sales [[/underlined]] not withstanding on account of importation of laminated. Wired him. Go ahead.
[[underlined]] Sunday [[/underlined]] March 20. Wrote long letter to [[underlined]] George why he should not accept that invitation to that Labrador expedition. [[/underlined]] Also many pages of comments on [[underlined]] French proposed contract and [[/underlined]] By laws. Then a telegram to 
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