Accession: L04079
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to George D. Choate, February 12, 1880
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: George D. Choate 
Date: February 12, 1880 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy.
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Dear Student,

Your welcome letterEditorial Note: This letter is not extant. came today and I was pleased to hear from you. Mrs. Choate answered your letter on receipt of it and the five dollarsEditorial Note: $5.00 in 1880 is the equivalent of $123.88 in 2015. you enclosed. I got her a patient to day in Boston and her practice is increasing. I need not say I was rejoiced to learn of your prosperity and hope it will increase I kissed little Warren for Papa and told him about it he said kiss papa for me and tell him to send me some books. We like the rooms and the house, the furnace does not warm it yet, it may be because we do not understand how to run it. Arens is working queerly The scripture you named is emphatic ye shall die in your sinsJohn 8:23 And he said unto them, Ye are from beneath; I am from above: ye are of this world; I am not of this world. John 8:24 I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that I am he, ye shall die in your sins. Jesus addressed the Jews and see how clearly he foresaw the blindness of their disbelief in the coming of the Messias As Written: Mesias , Truth, and its continuance that generations should pass away believing the same error

Tell the lady you spoke of for a patient I should be glad to have her join my next classEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy taught a class in February 1880 with two students, James C. Howard and Laura J. Smith. that will open in one week from to day if I can get the numbers made up. ―they all but one have dropped As Written: droped off and it seems as if I should have not a single student in Boston I give 12 lessons and they continue three weeks. in recitations Perhaps Mrs. Choate would board her right in the house. She can get boarded for five dollarsEditorial Note: $5.00 in 1880 is the equivalent of $123.88 in 2015. per week elsewhere. I will reduce my price to her because she is poor please urge her to come at once My son left for Deadwood last Thursday morning We all "miss you at home" Write often Love from all

Yours Affectionately
M. B. Glover Eddy
L04079
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Dear Student,

Your welcome letterEditorial Note: This letter is not extant. came today and I was pleased to hear from you. Mrs. Choate answered your letter on receipt of it and the five dollarsEditorial Note: $5.00 in 1880 is the equivalent of $123.88 in 2015. you enclosed. I got her a patient to day in Boston and her practice is increasing. I need not say I was rejoiced to learn of your prosperity and hope it will increase I kissed little Warren for Papa and told him about it he said kiss papa for me and tell him to send me some books. We like the rooms and the house, the furnace does not warm it yet, it may be because we do not understand how to run it. Arens is working queerly The scripture you named is emphatic ye shall die in your sinsJohn 8:23 And he said unto them, Ye are from beneath; I am from above: ye are of this world; I am not of this world. John 8:24 I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that I am he, ye shall die in your sins. Jesus addressed the Jews and see how clearly he foresaw the blindness of their disbelief in the the coming of the Mesias Corrected: Messias , Truth, and its continuance that generations should pass away believing the same error

Tell the lady you spoke of for a patient I should be glad to have her join my next classEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy taught a class in February 1880 with two students, James C. Howard and Laura J. Smith. that will open in one week from to day if I can get the numbers made up. ―they all but one have droped Corrected: dropped off and it seems as if I should have not a single student in Boston I give 12 lessons and they continue three weeks. in recitations Perhaps Mrs. Choate would board her right in the house. She can get boarded for five dollarsEditorial Note: $5.00 in 1880 is the equivalent of $123.88 in 2015. per week elsewhere. I will reduce my price to her because she is poor please urge her to come at once My son left for Deadwood last Thursday morning We all "miss you at home" Write often Love from all

Yours Affectionately
M. B. Glover Eddy