Accession: L04065
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Edwin R. Robbins, March 10, 1882
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Edwin R. Robbins 
Date: March 10, 1882 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy.
Editorial Note: Robbins was renting space in Mary Baker Eddy's house at 8 Broad Street in Lynn, Massachusetts. This letter was sent during Eddy's trip to Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Dear Sir,

I have frequently thought of writing you but as I have one head quarters for mailing and receiving letters I waited a little to enclose packages, and sometimes had so many letters to answer I deferred As Written: defered writing you. I hope you enjoy your pleasant home, and feel confident you do. I have waited for a remission of the rent due but have not received it yet I gave Mr. Smith orders to collect my rents for me Have you paid him yours? Please reply by return mail

My husband joins me in kindest regards. Hope Mrs. Robbins and her Mother are very happy in the rooms where I used to be so. In haste

Respectfully Yours
M B G Eddy

Address me care of Mr. James Ackland 1020 Arch St.

Philadelphia Pa.

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Dear Sir,

I have frequently thought of writing you but as I have one head quarters for mailing and receiving letters I waited a little to enclose packages, and sometimes had so many letters to answer I defered Corrected: deferred writing you. I hope you enjoy your pleasant home, and feel confident you do. I have waited for a remission of the rent due but has have not received it yet I gave Mr. Smith orders to collect my rents for me Have you paid him it yours? Please reply by return mail

My husband joins me in kindest regards. Hope Mrs. Robbins and her Mother are very happy in the rooms where I used to be so. In haste

Respectfully Yours
M B G Eddy

Address me care of Mr. James Ackland 1020 Arch St.

Philadelphia Pa.