Accession: L02054
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Eldridge J. Smith, 1881
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Eldridge J. Smith 
Date: 1881 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy on lined paper. The first few pages of this letter are not extant.
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through the law it would stop their attempts to defame us in every possible way But I think we shall be allowed no justice in this century and although we are doing immeasurable good we are scarcely allowed a foothold on earth

The whole of evil is arrayed against this great good

My especial object in writing at this time to learn what the prospect for me would be in your vicinityEditorial Note: Probably Washington D.C.

Please tell me what I could get rent for? or what would be the expense of boarding and if rents are plenty If you take boarders of friends etc Pardon me if I forget, but I seem to remember something of the sort before referred As Written: refered to by us My love to Mrs Smith Please answer at once

Very truly Yours
M. B. G. Eddy
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through the law it would stop their attempts to defame us in every possible way But I think we shall be allowed no justice in this century and although we are doing immeasurable good we are scarcely allowed a foothold on earth

The whole of evil is arrayed against this great good

My especial object in writing at this time to learn what the prospect for me would be in your vicinityEditorial Note: Probably Washington D.C.

Please tell me what I could get rent for? or what would be the expense of boarding and if rents are plenty If you take boarders of friends etc Pardon me if I forget, but I seem to remember something of the sort before refered Corrected: referred to by us My love to Mrs Smith Please answer at once

Very truly Yours
M. B. G. Eddy