Mr. MACKENZIE KING:
I may say to my hon. friend who is leading the opposition that the correspondence is marked confidential. I have given to the house that part of it which I think is pertinent and I can assure him that there is nothing else in the correspondence which I believe the house would wish to know, though there are references to some matters which I think possibly Mr. Bennett himself and others would prefer to have remain confidential at least for the present.
Subtopic: ELEVATION OF RIGHT HON. R. B. BENNETT TO THE PEERAGE