We have received your letter of the 12th, and are at a loss to understand your complaint as to the quality of the linen supplied to you. This is a line we have sold constantly for years and have received no complaints from other customers. It is made in our own mills, and the source of the raw material has not been changed. We think therefore you must be under a misapprehension in thinking the quality is inferior to previous supplies. We are, however, sending our Mr. H. L. White to inspect the goods and will write you further when we have received his report.
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