247 Mr N. Chamberlain, U.K. Prime Minister, to Mr J. A. Lyons, Prime Minister
Cablegram 84 LONDON, 3 September 1938, 10.04 p.m.
Most grateful for the views of His Majesty's Government in the Commonwealth of Australia as stated in your telegram No. 84.  We much appreciate the expression of strong support of our policy as declared in my speech of 24th March and reaffirmed in Sir John Simons  speech of 27th August. We are giving the most careful consideration to the Commonwealth Government's views in the light of the situation as it develops.
On the particular question of the publication of the present Czech proposals you will have seen the latest position from the Secretary of State's telegram Circular B. 207.