Miscellaneous Writings (1883-1896) by Mary Baker Eddy
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

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   While gratefully acknowledging the public confidence
manifested in daily letters that protest against receiving
instruction in the Massachusetts Metaphysical College
from any other than Mrs. Eddy, I feel, deeply, that of
necessity this imposes on me the severe task of remaining
at present a public servant:  also, that this must prevent
my classes from forming as frequently as was announced
in the October number of the Journal, and
necessitates receiving but a select number of students.
To meet the old impediment, lack of time, that has occasioned
the irregular intervals between my class terms,
I shall continue to send to each applicant a notice from
one to two weeks previous to the opening term.
                                        Mary Baker G. Eddy

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