Accession: L03925
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Sarah O. Bagley, January 18, 1873
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Sarah O. Bagley 
Date: January 18, 1873
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy.
Related Topic: See L08318Click link to view L08318 document in new window to read the contract between Eddy and Bagley that is referenced in the second paragraph and in the postscript of this letter.
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Dear Sarah,

Owing to my want of time I have delayed to reply, and I am too busy now to attend to the matter if you should call.

I had thought to do you a favor but you seemed not to understand it. So we will let the writings stand as they are, the conditions which I proposed to you not being met; but this I will do. I will call your percentage ten centsEditorial Note: Ten cents in 1873 is the equivalent of $1.95 in 2014. on a dollarEditorial Note: $1.00 in 1873 is the equivalent of $19.48 in 2014. for this year 1873. I pursueAs Written:persue with you the same course I do with all―do them all the good they will let me From some I receive thanks from others curses―but all is the same to me, it will come out right in the end. I am very happy this winter in the performance of my labors

In haste
Affectionately Your Teacher
M M B Glover

N.B. Your agreement made on April 23rd 1870 I have safely M M B G―

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Dear Sarah,

Owing to my want of time I have delayed to reply, and I am too busy now to attend to the matter if you should call.

I had thought to do you a favor but you seemed not to understand it. So we will let the writings stand as they are, the conditions on which I proposed to you not being met; but this I will do. I will call your percentage ten centsEditorial Note: Ten cents in 1873 is the equivalent of $1.95 in 2014. on a dollarEditorial Note: $1.00 in 1873 is the equivalent of $19.48 in 2014. for this year 1873. I persueCorrected:pursue with you the same course I do with all―do them all the good they will let me From some I receive thanks from others curses―but all is the same to me, it will come out right in the end. I am very happy this winter in the performance of my labors

In haste
Affectionately Your Teacher
M M B Glover

N.B. Your agreement made on April 23rd 1870 I have safely M M B G―