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[[underlined]] BY AIR MAIL [[/underlined]] [[pre-printed, left side]] Any reply to be addressed to "THE CHIEF CASHIER, EXCHANGE CONTROL." and to bear the reference [[/pre-printed, left side]] [[pre-printed, right side]] BANK OF ENGLAND LONDON, E.C.2. [[pre-printed, right side]] 7th December, 1944 143 EC 159/RG.7 The President Jacques Seligmann & Co.Inc., 5 East 57th Street, New York, 22 New York. Dear Sir, [[underlined]] Defence (Finance) Regulations 1939 [[/underlined]] I write to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of 30th October last and to say tat an application for the transfer to you of [[^pound symbol]]2,066: 5: - was submitted to the Bank of England by Wildenstein & Co.Ltd., through the medium of their bankers in May last and returned on 22nd of that month with a request for further information. The necessary details have, however, not yet been submitted and until that time the Bank of England are unable to give the matter their further consideration. Yours faithfully, [[^unreadable signature]] Bank of England, Foreign Exchange Control.
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