Page 9: par. 5: Wrong quotation mark
They rose up, willy-nilly, out of a sea of feelings, senses, ”hunches,” to confront, grapple with, and finally take possession of me.
Page 207: par. 0: wonderful
Peace—it was wonderfull Prosperity—it was going to be negotiated at London in June.
Page 223: par. 1: Ambassador
(There were, for instance, long discussions with the Italian Ambasador about the Italian offer to pay $1,000,000 on account.
Page 377: Footnote 14: International
Professor Charles G. Fenwick, Proceedings of the American Society of Interna-national Law, 1933 and 1936.
Page 38: end of the quote: Missing a name after "Yours very truly,"?
Page 177: par. 1: properties (?)
The idea of sticking an immense regulatory machine into it horrified my sense of the administrative and legal proprieties.
Page 221: Footnote 18: status quo (?)
Since that time, apparently, our government has sent requests for payment at regular intervals and the matter has been permitted to remain in statu quo.