Books by Mary Baker Eddy

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   Beloved Brethren: - Allow me to send forth a paean
of praise for the noble disposal of the legislative question
as to the infringement of rights and privileges guaranteed
to you by the laws of my native State.  The constituted
religious rights in New Hampshire will, I trust,
never be marred by the illegitimate claims of envy,
jealousy, or persecution.
   In our country the day of heathenism, illiberal views,

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or of an uncultivated understanding has passed.  Freedom
to worship God according to the dictates of enlightened
conscience, and practical religion in agreement
with the demand of our common Christ, the Holy One
of Israel, are forever the privileges of the people of my
dear old New Hampshire.
                                        Lovingly yours,
                                        Mary Baker Eddy
                                        Box G, Brookline, Mass.,
                                        April 12, 1909

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