Accession: L02095
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to George W. Glover, August 22, 1880
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: George W. Glover 
Annotator: unknown 
Date: August 22, 1880 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy on lined paper, with annotations in an unknown hand.
Archival Note: N00002 is a typed version of this letter and is located at the New Hampshire Historical Society.
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L02095
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My dear Son

Handshift:unknown13

GWG

Ex 4

E. S. C.

J. P.

Handshift:Mary Baker EddyI have got about ready to return to hard-work again, in other words, to teach and perhaps preach, this however, will depend on the acceptance of my resignationEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy had tendered her resignation as Pastor of the Church of Christ (Scientist) in Boston.. The Church has not acted upon it, and are not willing, if I am thereEditorial Note: Boston, Massachusetts, to give me up.

I have been getting ready another edition of Science and HealthEditorial Note: The third edition of Science and Health was published on August 17, 1881. since we left BostonEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy and Asa Gilbert Eddy spent July and August of 1880 in Concord, New Hampshire. June 10.th, and have nearly got ready for printing it in three Vols.Editorial Note: The third edition of Science and Health appeared in two volumes. this time. Now I think of it, I will tell you the reason I did not go to N. YorkEditorial Note: New York as you suggested It was the delay of the parties you referred As Written: refered to in acknowledging the receipt of my book, and in their brief note, saying they received it, and thanking me for it, they never invited me to call if I was there, or seemed the least like wanting to see me I think they are not interested. Now dear Geo, I went to TiltonEditorial Note: Tilton, New Hampshire last week to see Mrs. Tilton and expected to meet Mrs Pillsbury (sister MarthaEditorial Note: Martha Pilsbury was a sister of Mary Baker Eddy.) and Nell and her husband as I learned they were there to pass the summer But I was disappointed in that, for they had left to return West two days before I was there. Never called on me, All right I can live and have lived without them but Nell. would have been in her grave but for me .Editorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy had healed her niece, Ellen Pilsbury, instantaneously of enteritis in 1878 when she was thought to be dying. This however she denies and lays her recovery to a change in her health, cause unknown. God bless them all if they deserve it He has blessed me and I expect always will. Mr. Peabody, the partner of Mrs. Tilton in business, said to me alone Tell your son Mrs. Tilton thinks strange he does not write to her oftener he had better write once a month she would think so much of it.

Now George be sure and take his advice and write always in the same hand to your Aunty once a month. Your Father would like to go and see you this fall but he has not done any business since you were here, but to save his own life and mine from the

m—sEditorial Note: mesmerists and this keeps him busy I can assure you. I have much I want to tell you that I cannot write. We shall sell just as soon as we can

Love from your father and me to all Tell Miss. Mary, my namesake, I shall see her sometime and kiss her fat cheek for myself

Your Affectionate Mother
M. B. G. Eddy
L02095
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My dear Son

Handshift:unknown13

GWG

Ex 4

E. S. C.

J. P.

Handshift:Mary Baker EddyI have got about ready to return to hard-work again, in other words, to teach and perhaps preach, this however, will depend on the acceptance of my resignationEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy had tendered her resignation as Pastor of the Church of Christ (Scientist) in Boston.. The Church has not acted upon it, and are not willing, if I am thereEditorial Note: Boston, Massachusetts, to give me up.

I have been getting ready another edition of Science and HealthEditorial Note: The third edition of Science and Health was published on August 17, 1881. since we left BostonEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy and Asa Gilbert Eddy spent July and August of 1880 in Concord, New Hampshire. the June 10.th, and have nearly got ready for printing it in three Vols.Editorial Note: The third edition of Science and Health appeared in two volumes. this time. Now I think of it, I will tell you the reason I did not go to N. YorkEditorial Note: New York as you suggested It was the delay of the parties you refered Corrected: referred to in acknowledging the receipt of my book, and in their brief note, saying they received it, and thanking me for it, they never invited me to call if I was there, or seemed the least like wanting to see me I think they are not interested. Now dear Geo, I went to TiltonEditorial Note: Tilton, New Hampshire last week to see Mrs. Tilton and expected to meet Mrs Pillsbury (sister MarthaEditorial Note: Martha Pilsbury was a sister of Mary Baker Eddy.) and Nell and her husband as I learned they were there to pass the summer But I was disappointed in that, for they had left to return West two days before I was there. Never called on me, All right I can live and have lived without them but Nell. would have been in her grave but for me .Editorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy had healed her niece, Ellen Pilsbury, instantaneously of enteritis in 1878 when she was thought to be dying. This however she denies and lays her recovery to a change in her health, cause unknown. God bless them all if they deserve it He has blessed me and I expect always will. Mr. Peabody, the partner of Mrs. Tilton in business, said to me alone Tell your son Mrs. Tilton thinks strange he does not write to her oftener he had better write once a month she would think so much of it.

Now George be sure and take his advice and write always in the same hand to your Aunty once a month. Your Father would like to go and see you this fall but he has not done any business since you were here, but to save his own life and mine from the

m—sEditorial Note: mesmerists and this keeps him busy I can assure you. I have much I want to tell you that I cannot write. We shall sell just as soon as we can

Love from your father and me to all Tell Miss. Mary, my namesake, I shall see her sometime and kiss her fat cheek for myself

Your Affectionate Mother
M. B. G. Eddy