THE YOUTH'S COMPANION BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS EDITORIAL ROOMS November 21, 1903 Dear Mr. London:- Your courteous letter of November 12 is at hand, and in reply I wish to say that we think you are entitled to a somewhat better rate than that which has been so long established by the Companion. We feel that at present the best we can offer you is forty dollars a thousand words [units?]; it is possible that we may ??? ??? able to do better than this at this rate, we shall not feel obliged to stunt ourselves in the acceptance of your manuscripts. Ihope very much that you may be disposed to continure your contributions to the Compaion on these terms and also that we may eventually find it possiblet o make a better rate for you. It is our present intention to publish the "Fist Patrol" stories in 1905. Sincerely yours, the Corresponding Editor. To Jack London, Esq.
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