Books by Mary Baker Eddy

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from the standpoint of Christian Science, were continually
surprising.  She talks as one who has lived with her
subject for a lifetime, - an ordinary lifetime; and so
far from being puzzled by any question, welcomes it as
another opportunity for presenting another view of her
   Those who have been anticipating nature and declaring
Mrs. Eddy non-existent may learn authoritatively from
the Herald that she is in the flesh and in health.  Soon
after I reached Concord on my return from Pleasant
View, Mrs. Eddy's carriage drove into town and made
several turns about the court-house before returning.
She was inside, and as she passed me the same expression
of looking forward, thinking, thinking, was on
her face.
                                        Concord, N. H.,
                                        Tuesday, April 30, 1901

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