Letter from F. Cremins, Irish Legation in Berne, to S. Lester on long delays to receive letters, difficulties to listen to the debate on External Affairs and get news on the radio owing to the noise and great crackling.
S. Lester's letter to F.T. Cremins: Irish parliamentary papers; S. Lester's opinion on Irish newspapers: uninteresting, because without news not merely on the general war situation but on all sorts of things.
S. Lester's draft letter (not sent) to A. Eden, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in London on the fact S. Lester was placed on a "watch list" of the British Government's services; S. Lester's comments on the fact he was put on the list of suspects.
Personal letter from H. Livingstone to S. Lester: S. lester's name on a British list of suspects, and H. Livingstone sent the exhibits (airmail envelope with attached note stating S. Lester was on a "watch list") to Berne.
Letter from David V. Kelly, British Legation in Berne, to S. Lester enclosing a personal message of confidence and admiration from A. Eden, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, further to the mistake made by censorhip authorities at Bermuda: A. Eden stated that S. Lester had the fullest confidence of His Majesty's Government, as well as A. Eden's full support to maintain activities of the League of Nations, because he admired manner in which S. Lester was carrying on in his difficult position.
S. Lester's letter to Makins further to the problem of the "watch list" and mistake made by censorhip authorities: S. Lester left it to Makins to prevent mischief making if it existed, for S. Lester this affair of the "watch list" was now closed.