Accession: L02502
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Clara E. Choate, March 28, 1882
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Clara E. Choate 
Date: March 28, 1882 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy in purple ink.
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My precious pupil,

I am writing my last line to you this time. The next thing is to meet you and clasp you to my heart

I will be in Boston on Tuesday of next week (Deo volentes)Editorial Note: Deo Volente. Latin, meaning “God willing.” You had better appoint the reception on Wed. Your "new dress" pleased me! it was so human, so woman. Your work since I left has touched upon the divine but your child nature showed itself Yes, you dear one, I shall love to look on you and the "new dress" the garment you are pleased to wear in honor of oneEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy who long ago saw in you the elements that you are now bringing out, and though they would slay me for it I would and did stand by you and my own conviction I am thankful you have justified my course by your own. Please ask Hanover to write me where to take my trunks if he has found a place O I dread going to find one in Boston As Written: B.

With love
M B G E

Love to dear Alice

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My precious pupil,

I am writing my last line to you this time. The next thing is to meet you and clasp you to my heart

I will be in Boston on Tuesday of next week (Deo volentes)Editorial Note: Deo Volente. Latin, meaning “God willing.” You had better appoint the reception on Wed. Your "new dress" pleased me! it was so human, so woman. Your work since I left has touched upon the divine but your child nature showed itself Yes, you dear one, I shall love to look on you and the "new dress" the garment you are pleased to wear in honor of oneEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy who long ago saw in you the elements that you are now bringing out, and though they would slay me for it I would and did stand by you and my own conviction I am thankful you have justified my course by your own. Please ask Hanover to write me where to take my trunks if he has found a place O I dread going to find one in B. Corrected: Boston

With love
M B G E

Love to dear Alice