An American response to expressions of English sympathy.
- Other records:
- New York, Anglo-American committee, 1899.
57 p. 28 cm.
- United States -- Relations (general) with Great Britian.
Great Britain -- Relations -- United States.
- Signed by "about fifteen hundred ... prominent citizens", from every state in the Union.
In response to a resolution of the Anglo-American committee in London.
"The formation of an Anglo-American committee in Great Britian, during the war with Spain, was first brought ... to American attention ... in July, 1898 ... It was felt that so spontaneous ... a manifestation of ... British sympathy with the United States at that moment called for ... an adequate response."
- Anglo-American committee in London.
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