18th June, 1937.
Mr. E.H. Parker,
Bristol Trades and Labour Council,
1, Bristol Bridge,
Dear Mr. Parker,
I have your letter of the 16th instant and have done my best to secure a speaker for your meeting on Monday next. You will appreciate that it is exceedingly short notice and I have been unable to find anyone.
I am, however, enclosing copy of a memorandum which I trust you will find helpful. I am hoping in fact that the memorandum will meet the points which you would have expected a representative of the National Committee to deal with.
I am very sorry at not being able to comply with your request, and I trust you will have a successful meeting and that there will be a unanimous desire to push on as quickly as possible with the work you have in hand.
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