Accession: L04064
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy, Asa Gilbert Eddy, and Nathan D.A. Clarke to Edward J. Arens, September 13, 1879
Author: Mary Baker Eddy  Asa Gilbert Eddy  Nathan D.A. Clarke 
Recipient: Edward J. Arens 
Scribe: Nathan D.A. Clarke 
Date: September 13, 1879
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Nathan D.A. Clarke.
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We, Asa G. Eddy and Mary B. G. Eddy, his wife, both of Lynn in the County of Essex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts do hereby depose and say that we are both acquainted with Edward J. Arens of Boston in said Commonwealth, that he studied with us our metaphysical method of treating disease of which said Mrs. Eddy is the discoverer, that We know him to be a person of upright character and have never known him to do anything which was at all contrary to the principles of uprightness and rectitude

Essex ss. Police Court of Lynn.

Then personally appeared the before named Mary B.G. Eddy and Asa G. Eddy and made oath that the above statement by them subscribed As Written: suscribed is true, before me,

Nathan D.A. Clarke

Justice of the Peace


Dr.Editorial Note: Arens did not have a medical degree, but in the nineteenth century, persons engaged in various “healing arts” were often called “Doctor.” E. J. Arens
134 Warren St.
Boston HighlandsAs Written:Highl
Ma
LYNN MASS JAN 15
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We, Asa G. Eddy and Mary M. B. G. Eddy, his wife, both of Lynn in the County of Essex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts do hereby depose and say that we are both acquainted with Edward J. Arens of Boston in said Commonwealth, that he studied with us our metaphysical method of treating disease of which said Mrs. Eddy is the discoverer, that I We know him to be a person of upright character and have never known him to do anything which was at all contrary to the principles of uprightness and rectitude

Essex ss. Police Court of Lynn.

Then personally appeared the before named Mary B.G. Eddy and Asa G. Eddy and made oath that the above statement by them suscribed Corrected: subscribed is true, before me,

Nathan D.A. Clarke

Justice of the Peace


Dr.Editorial Note: Arens did not have a medical degree, but in the nineteenth century, persons engaged in various “healing arts” were often called “Doctor.” E. J. Arens
134 Warren St.
Boston HighlExpanded:Highlands
Ma
LYNN MASS JAN 15