Accession: L02016
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Sarah G. Crosby, January 20, 1877
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Sarah G. Crosby 
Date: January 20, 1877 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten in purple ink by Mary Baker Eddy on lined paper.
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Darling SisterEditorial Note: Early Christian Scientists often referred to each other as brother and sister.,

Yours receivedAs Written:rec'd contents notedEditorial Note: This is a reference to Crosby's letter to Eddy of January 18, 1877 (660A.70.038).

I will state in reply all the case and leave you to decide what would remunerate you

My term is three weeks my hours for recitation two and a half or three as the case requires every day for six or seven lessons.

after this three days and from two to three hours a day the second week and the third week two days with the same hours I have a lady that was a former student that has rooms of me in my house and boards me I will pay your board and give you a room in my house and pay your travelling fees and leave you to say what your charges will be per week for services rendered

Now dear let me hear from you at once and then I will tell you when I commence and this will be before the time required for courtEditorial Note: Crosby worked as a court stenographer. in April

Yours Lovingly
M B Glover Eddy

You dear will listen to the teachings for which a student pays two hundred dollarsEditorial Note: $200 is the equivalent of $4,382.06 in 2014. but you will agree with me to relinquish your short hand copy and to retain no copy of my teachings

M B G E

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Darling SisterEditorial Note: Early Christian Scientists often referred to each other as brother and sister.,

Yours rec'dExpanded:received contents notedEditorial Note: This is a reference to Crosby's letter to Eddy of January 18, 1877 (660A.70.038).

I will state in reply all the case and leave you to decide what would remunerate you

My term is three weeks my hours for recitation two and a half or three as the case requires every day for six or seven lessons.

after this three days and from two to three hours a day the second week and the third week two days with the same hours I have a lady that was a former student that has rooms of me in my house and boards me I will pay your board and give you a room in my house and pay your travelling fees and leave you to say what your charges will be per week for services rendered

Now dear let me hear from you at once and then I will tell you when I commence and this will be before the time required for courtEditorial Note: Crosby worked as a court stenographer. in April

Yours Lovingly
M B Glover Eddy

You dear will listen to the teachings for which a student pays two hundred dollarsEditorial Note: $200 is the equivalent of $4,382.06 in 2014. but you will agree with me to relinquish your short hand copy and to retain no copy of my teachings

M B G E