Accession: 509.56.003
Editorial Title: Caroline W. Webster to Mary Baker Eddy, November 22, 1881
Author: Caroline W. Webster 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: November 22, 1881
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Caroline W. Webster on lined paper from Charlestown, Massachusetts.
Editorial Note: Webster writes that she has so much faith in Mary Baker Eddy's "divine science" and in God, that she has been prompted to send this letter. Webster has seen Eddy at the church on Park Street, and she has also been reading Eddy's "latest works," as well as testimonies of people healed by Eddy, even when she was not present. She asks if Eddy will heal her landlord, who had a sunstroke about two years ago and has been doctored constantly by medicine and electricity. His wife says that if he does not improve soon there is nothing but death to hope for. His muscles and nerves have given out, and he is in bed and cannot walk without help. If Eddy can heal him, it will be a miracle to all of them. Her landlord does not know she is writing to Eddy, but she lives in the same house with him and gives the address as 27 Elm Street, Charlestown, Massachusetts. Webster ends the letter by saying that Eddy will have a reward if she can cure Webster's landlord.
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