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New York, Nov. 25, 1896.
To the Editor:
—In your issue of October 31, page 968, is contained a communication signed Charles Graef & Co., in which that firm, endeavoring to make a correction of a former article in your esteemed paper, take occasion to say that: "The numerous Hungarian bitter waters coming from Buda-Pesth which are called 'Hunyadi' this or that, are strictly medicinal," and then refer to a high eulogy paid to a water recently introduced by them in the market, "'Apenta' from the Uj Hunyadi Springs in Ofen."I desire to correct an apparent misconception contained in these statements which, if left unchallenged, can not fail to do great harm to the business of the undersigned. As a result of a protracted litigation carried on by Mrs. Emilie Saxlehner, widow of Andreas Saxlehner, against the Uj (new) Hunyadi Company, Limited, before the Royal Hungarian Minister of Commerce,
CORRESPONDENCE. JAMA. 1896;XXVII(26):1355. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02431040037009
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