Accession: L02479
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to George D. Choate, April 1880
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: George D. Choate 
Date: April 1880
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy on lined paper.
Related Topic: 25B.10.003Digital document 25B.10.003 not available; 25B.10.004Digital document 25B.10.004 not available is George D. Choate’s reply to this letter.
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Dear Student,

I enclose you an envelope Please let me know how you get along and send me the description of the case of the lady who experienced all the appearances of being injured bruised etc name the day and hour if you can that she felt the shock and the chemicalEditorial Note: This refers to "chemicalization," a term Eddy used to refer to a temporary stirring up of symptoms or process of "fermentation" as errors of various types are being destroyed. began I think I could do for you wonders if you was near me and would interest yourself to build up the cause to send me students etc All are getting on well little WarrenEditorial Note: Warren Choate, George and Clara Choate's son as good and loving as ever I had a remarkable visionEditorial Note: No account of this vision is extant. this morning it will be fulfilled

Yours Affectionately
M B G Eddy

Write me about Sarah Ware when you can—

L02479
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Dear Student,

I enclose you an envelope Please let me know how you get along and send me the description of the case of the lady who experienced all the appearances of being injured bruised etc name the day and hour if you can that she felt the shock and the chemicalEditorial Note: This refers to "chemicalization," a term Eddy used to refer to a temporary stirring up of symptoms or process of "fermentation" as errors of various types are being destroyed. began I think I could do for you wonders if you was near me and would interest yourself to build up the cause to send me students etc All are getting on well little WarrenEditorial Note: Warren Choate, George and Clara Choate's son as good and loving as ever I had a remarkable visionEditorial Note: No account of this vision is extant. this morning it will be fulfilled

Yours Affectionately
M B G Eddy

Write me about Sarah Ware when you can—