Accession: L08108
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Mary A. Damon, November 11, 1881
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Mary A. Damon 
Scribe: Abbie K. Whiting 
Date: November 11, 1881
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Abbie K. Whiting on lined paper.
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Your threat that you will send an officer to procure a receipt for your tuitionEditorial Note: Mary A. Damon was in Mary Baker Eddy’s Autumn 1879 class. when you know and I know that I gave you one after you paid me in full, is another outburst of your temper very unbecoming your professions. I have said to the Association and Church that I have received from the Church all my salary and have no farther

demands on them. The Church has passed resolutions of thanks the most tender for my services. "Now cease from anger and forsake wrathPs 37:8 Cease from anger, and forsake wrath: fret not thyself in any wise to do evil. " and for once act as becomes a Christian Scientist.

Mary B. G. Eddy.

A true copy attest
A. K. Whiting

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Your threat that you will send an officer to procure a receipt for your tuitionEditorial Note: Mary A. Damon was in Mary Baker Eddy’s Autumn 1879 class. when you know and I know that I gave you one after you paid me in full, is another outburst of your temper very unbecoming your professions. I have said to the Association and Church that I have received from the Church all my salary and have no farther

demands on them. The Church has passed resolutions of thanks the most tender for my services. "Now cease from anger and forsake wrathPs 37:8 Cease from anger, and forsake wrath: fret not thyself in any wise to do evil. " and for once act as becomes a Christian Scientist.

Mary B. G. Eddy.

A true copy attest
A. K. Whiting