Accession: V03045
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Samuel Putnam Bancroft, December 22, 1874
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Samuel Putnam Bancroft 
Date: December 22, 1874
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy.
Archival Note: This document is a valid copy of F00348. The original letter is in the collection of Longyear Museum.
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My dear Student

I never got your letter until last evening late about nine o'clockAs Written:o.c. George brought it.

Can I be in time for this week

I will lecture next Thursday if there is sufficient notice.

ReferenceAs Written:Refference

Mr F. O Ellis

Swampscott

He is a (Teacher in Boston) and I thought perhaps, they would know him

Mrs Charles Rice corner of Crosby and Nichols Sts till then. Mrs Rice's husband's brother was the old correspondent of the Boston Post and our minister to Panama (if all this stuff does any good)

I visited Mrs Rices friends last summer and find them very aristocratic and somewhat distinguished in Maine As Written: Me . Your wife was here last eve had a pleasant time.

I meant to have visited you today but don't know as I can now it looks so like a storm Has Mr Hitchings done anything yet. I still desire a tenement As Written: tennement in Cambridge nicely situated and a little nearer the collegeEditorial Note: Harvard College buildings than you are; wont you try for me in your leisure hours? I like Cambridge it is just the place to plant our standard I only need to rest. O! I wish I was not so sleepless and tired all the time help me all you can I have thought I would like to pass a week of seclusion with you if I could get board in the house write me all particulars at once If I had the address of the firm that Mr Allen worked for I would address them a letter and enclose the newspaper notice attached As Written: atta

In haste and Affection
M B G
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My dear Student

I never got your letter until last evening late about nine o.c.Expanded:o'clock George brought it.

Can I be in time for this week

I will lecture next Thursday if there is sufficient notice.

RefferenceCorrected:Reference

Mr F. O Ellis

Swampscott

He is a (Teacher in Boston) and I thought perhaps, they would know him

Mrs Charles Rice Lynn corner of Crosby and Nichols Sts till then. Mrs Rice's husband's brother was the old correspondent of the Boston Post and our minister to Panama (if all this stuff does any good)

I visited Mrs Rices friends last summer and find them very aristocratic and somewhat distinguished in Me Corrected: Maine . Your wife was here last eve had a pleasant time.

As a I meant to have visited you today but don't know as I can now it looks so like a storm Has Mr Hitchings done anything yet. I still desire a tennement Corrected: tenement in Cambridge nicely situated and a little nearer the collegeEditorial Note: Harvard College buildings than you are; wont you try for me in your leisure hours? I like Cambridge it is just the place to plant our standard I only need to rest. O! I wish I was not so sleepless and tired all the time help me all you can I have thought I would like to pass a week of seclusion with you if I could get board in the house write me all particulars at once If I had the address of the firm that Mr Allen worked for I would address them a letter and enclose the newspaper notice atta Corrected: attached

In haste and Affection
M B G