Accession: L15790
Editorial Title: Asa Gilbert Eddy to Daniel E. Nourse, February 11, 1882
Author: Asa Gilbert Eddy 
Recipient: Daniel E. Nourse 
Date: February 11, 1882
Manuscript Description: Handwritten letter by Asa Gilbert Eddy with Daniel E. Nourse’s handwritten reply on back. The side of the paper containing Asa Gilbert Eddy’s reply is lined.
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Yours just recd and in reply I would say that if you will read science and healthEditorial Note: Science and Health and let every particle of medicine whether simple or otherwise go to the [?]  Unclear or illegible  to which it belongs, you will at length come out perfectly clear of all your beliefs of sickness

Your admission of a sore throat for one God or intelligence, and salt water for another, is having lords many and Gods manyI Cor 8:5 For though there be that are called gods, whether in heaven or in earth, (as there be gods many, and lords many,) I Cor 8:6 But to us there is but one God, the Father, of whom are all things, and we in him; and one Lord Jesus Christ, by whom are all things, and we by him. which the God of Israel demands that we should put away and as I said to you when I left you If you do not want to get into your old beliefs of sickness again let alone drugs and spiritualism

If you continue to study your bookEditorial Note: Science and Health you will in time chemicalizeEditorial Note: This refers to "chemicalization," a term Mary Baker Eddy used to refer to a temporary stirring up of symptoms or process of "fermentation" as errors of various types are being destroyed. utterly out of your old beliefs and will go on to harmony health and heaven.

Truly Yours

A.G. Eddy

[*]Editorial Note: The letter from D. Elliot Nourse, which is written on other side of Asa Gilbert Eddy's letter, continues here.

Letter to a g eddy 569 Col Av Boston

Lynn [?]  Unclear or illegible /26/82

DrEditorial Note: Asa Gilbert Eddy did not have a medical degree, but in the nineteenth century, persons practicing various “healing arts” were often called “doctor.” a g Eddy

Dear Sir

For 2 weeks I have suffered a good deal with what I call a cold accompanied with a cough and catarrh As Written: cattarh I have followed your advice read the bookEditorial Note: Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy. and taken no remedies whatever I have not given up to it to stay at home but it is very troublesome and I am most discouraged Last night I coughed a great deal and could not sleep.

Do something for me if you can and I will pay you when I see you

Yours Very Respectfully
D Elliot Nourse
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Yours just recd and in reply I would say that if you will read science and healthEditorial Note: Science and Health and let every particle of medicine whether simple or otherwise go to the [?]  Unclear or illegible  to which it belongs, you will at length come out perfectly clear of all your beliefs of sickness

Your admission of a sore throat for one God or intelligence, and salt water for another, is having lords many and Gods manyI Cor 8:5 For though there be that are called gods, whether in heaven or in earth, (as there be gods many, and lords many,) I Cor 8:6 But to us there is but one God, the Father, of whom are all things, and we in him; and one Lord Jesus Christ, by whom are all things, and we by him. which the God of Israel demands that we should put away and as I said to you when I left you If you do not want to get into your old beliefs of sickness again let alone drugs and spiritualism

If you continue to study your bookEditorial Note: Science and Health you will in time chemicalizeEditorial Note: This refers to "chemicalization," a term Mary Baker Eddy used to refer to a temporary stirring up of symptoms or process of "fermentation" as errors of various types are being destroyed. utterly out of your old beliefs and will go on to harmony health and heaven.

Truly Yours

A.G. Eddy

[*]Editorial Note: The letter from D. Elliot Nourse, which is written on other side of Asa Gilbert Eddy's letter, continues here.

Letter to a g eddy 569 Col Av Boston

Lynn [?]  Unclear or illegible /26/82

DrEditorial Note: Asa Gilbert Eddy did not have a medical degree, but in the nineteenth century, persons practicing various “healing arts” were often called “doctor.” a g Eddy

Dear Sir

For 2 weeks I have suffered a good deal with what I call a cold accompanied with a cough and cattarh Corrected: catarrh I have followed your advice read the bookEditorial Note: Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy. and taken no remedies whatever I have not given up to it to stay at home but it is very troublesome and I am most discouraged Last night I coughed a great deal and could not sleep.

Do something for me if you can and I will pay you when I see you

Yours Very Respectfully
D Elliot Nourse