Accession: L02493
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Clara E. Choate, October 31, 1881
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Clara E. Choate 
Date: October 31, 1881 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten in ink on lined paper by Mary Baker Eddy.
Editorial Note: This letter references what became known as the Lynn Rebellion.
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L02493
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My dear Student,

There must be a ripping As Written: riping up of rotten foundations in the records of the church and if you put the letter they sent into the records of the C. S. A. it will be asked why not in the church record We have more enemies in the camp as you will learn I am very sorry this need has not been found out sooner to save you some tasks but as it now is I would take out the leaf if you have recorded it and only allude to the informal unjust letter to which the Association replied As Written: repled Be sure and be here on Sunday and I will appoint from the pulpit where the next church meeting shall be

Ever the same
M B G E―
L02493
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My dear Student,

There must be a riping Corrected: ripping up of rotten foundations in the records of the church and if you put the letter they sent into the records of the C. S. A. it will be asked why not in the church record We have more enemies in the camp as you will learn I am very sorry this need has not been found out sooner to save you some tasks but as it now is I would take out the leaf if you have recorded it and only allude to the informal unjust letter to which the Association repled Corrected: replied Be sure and be here on Sunday and I will appoint from the pulpit where the next church meeting shall be

Ever the same
M B G E―