Accession: 269.41.001
Editorial Title: Susanna L. Durant to Mary Baker Eddy, May 16, 1881
Author: Susanna L. Durant 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: May 16, 1881
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Susanna L. Durant on lined paper from Roslindale, Massachusetts.
Editorial Note: Durant writes of her trouble studying and thinking due to the weight of a trouble she feels she has caused. She writes of her belief of "trembling, sinking and fainting when in trouble," and she says this is her second attack since entering the class. She writes at length about how she feels she accidentally offended Hanover P. Smith by comparing some of her challenges in entering the practice to his, when he spoke about his patients being muddled, when she realized, in fact, that he may have been referring to his problem with stammering. However, Durant still feels like this shouldn't cause a problem for him in treating his patients. Durant also wishes that Eddy would not hold the class meetings on Saturday, even though Durant is in school the other days, because she worries that it does not give Eddy enough time to prepare for her Sunday sermon. She closes by saying she wants to show her gratitude to Eddy by her life.
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