Accession: L14509
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Joseph Johnson, April 13, 1876
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Joseph Johnson 
Date: April 13, 1876
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy on lined paper.
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The injuries done my premises compel As Written: compell me at length to call your attention to it. Mr. NashEditorial Note: William N. Nash and his family lived at 8 Broad Street with Mary Baker Eddy for about two years, beginning in the spring of 1875. recently saw your youngest boy and one of Mr. Williams boys stoning my yard fence, and yesterday I found a large piece torn from the fence. I do not wish the children deprived of play grounds or their happy sports I want them to take all the comfort they can, but these things injure them as well as me, and I ask you to see that nothing more of riding my fence, painting it, cutting it, and stoning it be done by your children

RespectfullyAs Written:Respect'ly
MMB Glover
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The injuries done my premises compell Corrected: compel me at length to call your attention to it. Mr. NashEditorial Note: William N. Nash and his family lived at 8 Broad Street with Mary Baker Eddy for about two years, beginning in the spring of 1875. recently saw your youngest boy and one of Mr. Williams boys stoning my yard fence, and yesterday I found a large piece torn from the fence. I do not wish the children deprived of play grounds or their happy sports I want them to take all the comfort they can, but these things injure them as well as me, and I ask you to see that nothing more of riding my fence, painting it, cutting it, and stoning it be done by your children

Respect'lyExpanded:Respectfully
MMB Glover