Accession: 025A.10.087
Editorial Title: Clara E. Choate and Jeanie P. White to Mary Baker Eddy, 1883 - archivist estimate
Author: Clara E. Choate  Jeanie P. White 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: 1883 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Clara E. Choate and Jeanie P. White.
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Handshift:Jeanie P. WhiteMy Dear Mrs. Choate-

While I was with you last evening Alice had a very severe attack: So excited that it took two people to keep the clothes over her and at one time she nearly lost consciousness. When she became more quiet she threw off what appeared to be the breaking of an ulcer. She took some nourishment before going to sleep. Had a very restless night and is troubled this A. M. with fever, and complains of bad feeling in the head. She has fears of more ulcers forming in the throat, and cannot swallow any better.

Yours Very Truly
Jeanie P. White

She has had no movement of bowels for five days

Handshift:Clara Elizabeth ChoateThis was sent me this morning & the chemicalEditorial Note: This refers to “chemicalization,” a term Mary Baker Eddy used to refer to a temporary stirring up of symptoms or process of “fermentation” as errors of various types are being destroyed. came while you were writing to her no doubt & you have virtually cured her.

Clara E. Choate.

025A.10.087
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Reproduced from the archive of The Mary Baker Eddy Library
Handshift:Jeanie P. WhiteMy Dear Mrs. Choate-

While I was with you last evening Alice had a very severe attack: So excited that it took two people to keep the clothes over her and at one time she nearly lost consciousness. When she became more quiet she threw off what appeared to be the breaking of an ulcer. She took some nourishment before going to sleep. Had a very restless night and is troubled this A. M. with fever, and complains of bad feeling in the head. She has fears of more ulcers forming in the throat, and cannot swallow any better.

Yours Very Truly
Jeanie P. White

She has had no movement of bowels for five days

Handshift:Clara Elizabeth ChoateThis was sent me this morning & the chemicalEditorial Note: This refers to “chemicalization,” a term Mary Baker Eddy used to refer to a temporary stirring up of symptoms or process of “fermentation” as errors of various types are being destroyed. came while you were writing to her no doubt & you have virtually cured her.

Clara E. Choate.

 
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This refers to “chemicalization,” a term Mary Baker Eddy used to refer to a temporary stirring up of symptoms or process of “fermentation” as errors of various types are being destroyed.