Accession: L07825
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Alfred Lang, May 23, 1882
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Alfred Lang 
Date: May 23, 1882
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy on Massachusetts Metaphysical College stationery from Boston, Massachusetts.
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Over one half of my term of first instructions expires to day, and I am in need of the tuition to meet the heavy expenses of my starting the College hereEditorial Note: Boston, Massachusetts. Will you forward the tuition before I give another lessonEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy’s class of May 1882, included students Susie M. Lang, Maria Brown, Rena Ray Horn (or Horne), Harriet D. Jones, Delia S. Manley, Seabury T. Manley, and Mary J. Tucker.? It is not just that I give my labors with no security of compensation although I certainly entertain no doubt but you will pay me; but I need the money and in a business point of view I am giving without receiving As Written: recieving , and if you pay me your daughter is receiving As Written: reciving for your giving and that which insures her the means that others are using for great usefulness and a ready means for earning treble As Written: thrible their tuition in a short time

Your daughter is doing well, learning thoroughly that which is sure in its results when carried out according to my instructions

Hoping to receive her tuition before the next lesson on Friday I remain

Respectfully Yours
Mary B G Eddy
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Over one half of my term of first instructions expires to day, and I am in need of the tuition to meet the heavy expenses of my starting the College hereEditorial Note: Boston, Massachusetts. Will you forward the tuition before I give another lessonEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy’s class of May 1882, included students Susie M. Lang, Maria Brown, Rena Ray Horn (or Horne), Harriet D. Jones, Delia S. Manley, Seabury T. Manley, and Mary J. Tucker.? It is not just that I give my labors with no security of compensation although I certainly entertain no doubt but you will pay me; but I need the money and in a business point of view I am giving without recieving Corrected: receiving , and if you pay me your daughter is reciving Corrected: receiving for your giving and that which insures her the means that others are using for great usefulness and a ready means for earning thrible Corrected: treble their tuition in a short time

Your daughter is doing well, learning thoroughly that which is sure in its results when carried out according to my instructions

Hoping to receive her tuition before the next lesson on Friday I remain

Respectfully Yours
Mary B G Eddy