Accession: L16170
Editorial Title: Asa Gilbert Eddy to James Ackland, January 3, 1881
Author: Asa Gilbert Eddy 
Recipient: James Ackland 
Date: January 3, 1881
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Asa Gilbert Eddy on lined paper.
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Dear BrotherEditorial Note: Early Christian Scientists often called each other “brother” or “sister.” [?]  Unclear or illegible  Ackland

Yours of Dec 29thEditorial Note: This is a reference to Ackland’s letter to Asa Gilbert Eddy dated December 30, 1880 (146.23.014). was duly received and your times greeting highly appreciated, thank you very much for the cardsEditorial Note: These may be cards, printed by Ackland, containing Mary Baker Eddy’s spiritual interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer. which are exceedingly fine.

I was rejoiced to learn that you had made an effort to heal or rather to get patients for I know if you keep trying you will succeed at length Mrs. Eddy has not received the bookEditorial Note: In his letter of December 29, 1880 (146.23.014), Ackland said he was returning a large copy of Mary Baker Eddy’s book, Science and Health, to her, and asked for another to be sent to him. Apparently he wanted to received a copy of the third edition of Science and Health, which Eddy had been working on, but was not published until August 17, 1881. you spoke of in your last letter, as yet

Mrs. Eddy wishes you to print one hundred copies of her private manuscriptEditorial Note: See A11359 for this manuscript. and send to us by express with bill for the same at the earliest moment please look it over and see that it is grammatical As Written: gramatical and punctuated correctly and headed______ Mary B. G. Eddy’s private directions for treating disease

You will see by Sunday’s notice in the HeraldEditorial Note: Boston Herald that we are holding Sunday services in the Hawthorn Rooms on Park Street As Written: st and the interest in Christian Science is increasing I so much wish you could be with us at all of our meetings we should enjoy it so very much but hope you will do a great deal of missionary work wherever you may be we have appointed a goodly number here and shall expect you and Mr. ___ Buswell will do a goodly share of that kind of work and to write often

Mrs. Eddy joins in love to you
A. G. Eddy

N. B.Editorial Note: Nota Bene you have Mrs. Eddy’s private directionsEditorial Note: See A11359 for this manuscript. so I thought it not necessary to send you another

A. G. E.

L16170
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Reproduced from the archive of The Mary Baker Eddy Library
Dear BrotherEditorial Note: Early Christian Scientists often called each other “brother” or “sister.” [?]  Unclear or illegible  Ackland

Yours of Dec 29thEditorial Note: This is a reference to Ackland’s letter to Asa Gilbert Eddy dated December 30, 1880 (146.23.014). was duly received and your times greeting highly appreciated, thank you very much for the cardsEditorial Note: These may be cards, printed by Ackland, containing Mary Baker Eddy’s spiritual interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer. which are exceedingly fine.

I was rejoiced to learn that you had made an effort to heal or rather to get patients for I know if you keep trying you will succeed at length Mrs. Eddy has not received the bookEditorial Note: In his letter of December 29, 1880 (146.23.014), Ackland said he was returning a large copy of Mary Baker Eddy’s book, Science and Health, to her, and asked for another to be sent to him. Apparently he wanted to received a copy of the third edition of Science and Health, which Eddy had been working on, but was not published until August 17, 1881. you spoke of in your last letter, as yet

Mrs. Eddy wishes you to print one hundred copies of her private manuscriptEditorial Note: See A11359 for this manuscript. and send to us by express with bill for the same at the earliest moment please look it over and see that it is gramatical Corrected: grammatical and punctuated correctly and headed______ Mary B. G. Eddy’s private directions manuscript for treating disease

You will see by Sunday’s notice in the HeraldEditorial Note: Boston Herald that we are holding Sunday services in the Hawthorn Rooms on Park st Corrected: Street and the interest in Christian Science is increasing I so much wish you could be with us at all of our meetings we should enjoy it so very much but hope you will do a great deal of missionary work wherever you may be we have appointed a goodly number here and shall expect you and Mr. ___ Buswell will do a goodly share of that kind of work and to write often

Mrs. Eddy joins in love to you
A. G. Eddy

N. B.Editorial Note: Nota Bene you have Mrs. Eddy’s private directionsEditorial Note: See A11359 for this manuscript. so I thought it not necessary to send you another

A. G. E.

 
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Early Christian Scientists often called each other “brother” or “sister.” This is a reference to Ackland’s letter to Asa Gilbert Eddy dated December 30, 1880 (146.23.014). These may be cards, printed by Ackland, containing Mary Baker Eddy’s spiritual interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer. In his letter of December 29, 1880 (146.23.014), Ackland said he was returning a large copy of Mary Baker Eddy’s book, Science and Health, to her, and asked for another to be sent to him. Apparently he wanted to received a copy of the third edition of Science and Health, which Eddy had been working on, but was not published until August 17, 1881. See A11359 for this manuscript. Boston Herald Nota Bene See A11359 for this manuscript.