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The following items have been clipped from the Concord Evening Monitor, Concord, N. H.:—
The Earl and Countess of Dunmore, England, with their two daughters, Ladies Mildred and Victoria Murray, were the guests of Rev. Mary Baker Eddy at Pleasant View yesterday. Her driver took them over to see the St. Paul School. They are all staunch advocates of Christian Science, two of them having been healed by it of cases pronounced incurable by their physicians.
The recent meeting of the Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., closed with the installation of officers. The following appointive officers were announced: Grand Marshall, James A. Leet, Enfield; Grand Conductor, George V. Moulton, Lancaster; Grand Guardian, George E. Chadwick, Enfield; Grand Herald, Frank H. Bown, Lebanon.
At the twenty-fifth annual meeting of the New Hampshire branch, Woman's Board of Missions, in Keene, Wednesday, Mrs. M. W. Nims of this city read the report of the home secretary.
W. D. Hutchin of this city has been appointed district deputy great sachem of the Red Men's Order in this state.
Henry Barrett Huntington, the new instructor in English at Dartmouth College, is a St. Paul's School boy.
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THREE CASES OF HEALING
BY WILLIAM J. KLIPP.
Sarah A. Durfee
EXTRACT FROM A LETTER
W. B. D.
I am, by profession, a lawyer
J. L. C.
So few from this side of the water ever seem to write...
E. T. Cunliffe
Everything mortal and material sinks into insignificance...