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Ae4 .1p_e_m_i_JA/, )4044, 4-Lefe4/4 r i" 424-447 -g-te w-g? IrV141 IITY47 -Wing WW1 --P3)IneVner r "I 041 lirr)v NAY/Y(4 197rt tenrVA 1()YrIrti Ve'D) -)ieW.)ett -ern IWO \A/ -1"-ttirr --pv\rO 'el )""1 -Vy 44 vnrovliN4 -no 4) -to M 3) WIINTI arNk?-/ ^are vvvYvvY vrtrY) )0W?)1/ VAP a lfq Q -6111 P711' l'YrAA ArCrq 57,-1 ic)140151 Ta wb vniro rAtrrvirrt Ire,M r 110.As c?6'AqtYwaa S 91 .31..rvccrw 4try)) EXTEaIWR (Liilione de fr,:noti) Importutions 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 kxportatiane 8.421 6.404 11.036 40.640 47.554 22.301 49.779 (1) 6.013 4.743 8.713 (I) Io premiere mole 1919.. 47.398 7.733 I0 pramierb moie i920.. 49.784 . 6.880 4.868 3.937 18.890 (2) (z.) I 19 I 9 4 0 I I Iwport.! Export.: 1 out I 3eptembre I Oo'uobr I I 1 I 1 2.801 2.649 4.594 1 I 1 I I. I I I ! ! I I ! 2.400 4.151 4.321 9 1 Exc. u11140! Iac2L12.! 1xport.! 401 478 263 I 1 ! I 4.825 4.849 1 I 967 961 ea ! ! 11.049 ! I I (I) Chiffree proviolroe - Taux de vaioration Gla 1918 ONO BX0. dlimp - 1919 1.754 1.864 1.800 16, S August 16, My dear Dr. Rist: is sailing for Ei:rope My friend, Mr. Garrard B. Allston, liberty of assurin a few days, All be in 13,,ris, dad I have t-,ken the the Bank of France. ing him that you will be glad to see him if he calls at Under-SecreYou will recall tint for a number of years he c=.pncity a close assooi,.te !Aar/ of our Treasury Department nnd in that with Messrs. Shearman and Sterling, who of mine. -.1e is now ,,,,,-sociated In fact Mr. Ninct,on is BI:nk in New York. are counzel for the li&tion-1 City abroad lth Mr. Charles E. Mitchell, tie e President. of the makine this trip City 1-3 arlit vho may c,11 on you with Mr. Anston. it hardly I have given Mr. = iinaton ao letter of introduction, as -red nsceso:iry to do so. Wit': kindest rtgards, believe me, Sincerely yours, Monsieur Charles Slut, Deputy Governor, Thc:: Bc.nk of Fr ace, P -rie, France. 0 Hotel Trianon Palace, Versailles, July 31, 1926. My dear Doctor Riot: This is to let you know how you and Monsieur Moreau can reach me, in case of need, during the next week or so. My address for both letters and telegrams will be care of the Nederlandethe Dank, Amsterdam, and I will of course advise you promptly if there is any change. 7ith cordial regards, believe me Yours very sincerely, Dr. Charles A. Rist, Sous-Gouverneur de la Banque de Fiance, Rue Croix-des-Petits-Champs, PARIS. flotol Goorgo Paric, tay 29, 1923. yrIrorAL, Dear Dr. Riot: I em not quite sure of tho cuctom which provails among physician in Pori° about sending a bill. The only tirao then I had any oxporionoo of the Dort, in due cours ©I rocoivod a bill. I hocitato to addrocc your brother on the cubjeot, but if you have opportunity to convey to him the idea that I would welcome the receipt of a bill and that my mail address will be care of Morgan & Co., 14, Place Vondamo, Paris, I would greatly appreciate it. In this connection, may I also say that to interest and the en- couraging report ho gave me have contributed much to ray ease of mind and, concoquontly, to the improyoment in my gonoral condition. A note about my plans. 'Ir. Cecil Lubbock will arrive at the Grand Rotel, Greece, on the 2nd of Juno to romain for one voek. I have deferred arranging for any other vialtoro until I got word from Governor Vera= as to his desire for a meeting and the date ho profora. Vo Shall roach Grasp° on Juno lot, and likely the first crook in July will move to Evian, oubjoct of courco to tho dovolopmonto of hoalth and weathor, so it you feel willing to drop mo a lino at Crosse advising me, so far as you are able, of the proapocto of anothor violt, I Chan be most cratoful indood. It sooms hardly posciblo for mo to exproco to you, Governor L!orcau and U. Wormy ray approciation of your cow-toay and hoopitelity and of the painstaking way in thich you have errangod for my comfort during this trip. It has had much to do with the very distinct improwomont