Accession: L04078
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to George D. Choate, September 4, 1879
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: George D. Choate 
Date: September 4, 1879 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy on lined paper.
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Dear Dr. ChoateEditorial Note: Choate did not have a medical degree, but in the nineteenth century, persons practicing various "healing arts" were often called "doctor."

Will you send a note by mail requesting me to send you a copy of a letter which you were informed I wrote to Mr. Northend of Salem, & say you understood I had said that I had written him regarding the suit in equity and as I was in the habit of keeping copies of important letters you wished if it was not too much trouble I would send you a copy of it

Then after you get it write to Judge C ― and say you had understood I had said I wrote a letter to Mr. Northend and in it referred As Written: refered to my case in equity and you sent for a copy of that letter and after reading it thought you would take the liberty to forward it to him as it contained important facts and you felt assured it could do no harm

Write as soon as possible for I shall be away

Most truly
M
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Dear [?]  Unclear or illegible  Dr. ChoateEditorial Note: Choate did not have a medical degree, but in the nineteenth century, persons practicing various "healing arts" were often called "doctor."

Will you send a note by mail copyin requesting me to send you a copy of a letter which you were informed I wrote to Mr. Northend of Salem, & say you understood I had said that I had written him regarding the suit in equity and as I was in the habit of keeping copies of important letters you wished if it was not too much trouble I would send you a copy of it

Then after you get it write to Judge C ― and say you have had understood it is I had said I wrote a letter to Mr. Northend and in it refered Corrected: referred to my the case in equity and you sent for a the copy of that letter and after reading it thought you would take the liberty to forward it to him as it contained important facts and you felt assured it could do no harm

Write as soon as possible for I shall be away

Most truly
M