(PART II) - MISCELLANY
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

MISS CLARA BARTON
page 777


MISS CLARA BARTON



   In the New York American, January 6, 1908, Miss
Clara Barton dipped her pen in my heart, and traced its
emotions, motives, and object.  Then, lifting the curtains
of mortal mind, she depicted its rooms, guests, standing
and seating capacity, and thereafter gave her discovery

MY 297


to the press.  Now if Miss Barton were not a venerable
soldier, patriot, philanthropist, moralist, and stateswoman,
I should shrink from such salient praise.  But
in consideration of all that Miss Barton really is,
and knowing that she can bear the blows which may
follow said description of her soul-visit, I will say, Amen,
so be it.
                                        Mary Baker Eddy
                                        Pleasant View, Concord, N. H.,
                                        January 10, 1908



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