Accession: L07651
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Hattie Baker, March 27, 1875
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Hattie Baker 
Date: March 27, 1875
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy on lined paper.
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My dear Cousin,

I hear you are nicely again That I am glad to learn A few more experiences of this sort will heal you so the old will pass away and behold all things shall become newII Cor 5:17 Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.

I have a strong need of your help in another way I want a black silk dress and am not capable of selecting it

Can you do me this favor to purchase or select me one that is $1,75Editorial Note: $1.75 in 1875 is the equivalent of $37.19 in 2014. per yard if you can get a good one for less I should be very willing as I hardly feel able to get it but thinkAs Written:thnk now is the best time to buy

Can you do this and send me a patternAs Written:patter and then if I like send me the dress C. O. D. I will be glad to pay you for your trouble and thank you a thousand timesAs Written:tims

Come and see me

Your lovingly, in haste
M B Glover

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L07651
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My dear Cousin,

I hear you are nicely again That I am glad to learn A few more experiences of this sort will heal you so the old will pass away and behold all things shall become newII Cor 5:17 Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.

I have a strong need of your help in another way I want a black silk dress and am not capable of selecting it

Can you do me this favor to purchase or select me one that is $1,75Editorial Note: $1.75 in 1875 is the equivalent of $37.19 in 2014. per yard if you can get a good one for less I should be very willing as I hardly feel able to get it but thnkCorrected:think now is the best time to buy

Can you do this and send me a patterCorrected:pattern and then if I like send me the dress C. O. D. I will be glad to pay you for your trouble and thank you a thousand timsCorrected:times

Come and see me

Your lovingly, in haste
M B Glover

Get simple pattern