Accession: 145.23.011
Editorial Title: James Monroe Letts to Miranda R. Rice, July 24, 1879
Author: James Monroe Letts 
Recipient: Miranda R. Rice 
Date: July 24, 1879
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by James Monroe Letts on lined paper from Dundee, New York.
Archival Note: This is a reply to a letter Letts received from Miranda R. Rice. The letter is not extant.
Editorial Note: Letts tells Miranda Rice that his rheumatism and asthma are much better but that he still has a cough. He hopes to be able to destroy it with Truth. He has heard from Clara Choate and uses daily the "arguments" she has sent him. He hopes that Mary Baker Eddy will send him an argument and any new discoveries she has made in Christian Science. He assures Rice they will fall into no hands but his own. He asks Rice to convey his best wishes to Mary Baker Eddy and Asa Gilbert Eddy.
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