Accession: L11164
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy and Asa Gilbert Eddy to the Public, April 5, 1878
Author: Mary Baker Eddy  Asa Gilbert Eddy 
Recipient: Public 
Date: April 5, 1878
Manuscript Description: Handwritten in purple ink by Asa Gilbert Eddy on lined paper. It is also signed by Mary Baker Eddy.
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We take pleasure in introducing to the public, Dr. George Prescott, as a man whose high moral character deserves the confidence of all, and whose acquirements As Written: acquirments in metaphysical practice has the endorsement of his teacher, the Author of "Science and Health", and whom we cheerfully recommend to the sick as a safe and skilfulAs Written:skillfull practitionerAs Written:practioner.

Handshift:Mary Baker EddyMary B. Glover Eddy Handshift:Asa Gilbert EddyDr.Editorial Note: Asa Gilbert Eddy did not have a degree in medicine, but in the nineteenth century anyone engaged in "healing arts" could be referred to as "Doctor." A. G. Eddy
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We take pleasure in introducing to the public, Dr. George Prescott, as a man whose high moral character deserves the confidence of all, and whose acquirments Corrected: acquirements in metaphysical practice has the endorsement of his teacher, the Author of "Science and Health", and whom we cheerfully recommend to the sick as a safe and skillfullCorrected:skilful practionerCorrected:practitioner.

Handshift:Mary Baker EddyMary B. Glover Eddy Handshift:Asa Gilbert EddyDr.Editorial Note: Asa Gilbert Eddy did not have a degree in medicine, but in the nineteenth century anyone engaged in "healing arts" could be referred to as "Doctor." A. G. Eddy