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We herewith republish from the Denver Republican of November 9, the following letter which is self-explanatory. We may add that the source from which the malicious stories therein referred to emanate, is well known. The authorship of the letters written to the postmaster at Concord, N. H., and to other persons, is also known. Unless these reprehensible methods cease we shall have somewhat more to say upon this subject.
To the Editor of the Republican:—In your very interesting editorial recently published, relating to Christian Science and its Discoverer and Founder, the Rev. Mary Baker Eddy, you make this statement:—
"In 1866 a New England woman, obscure and almost friendless, while suffering from an injury caused by an accident—an injury pronounced fatal by surgeons—was restored to complete health."
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BY MARY BAKER G. EDDY.
On November 14, 1897, our little daughter, then seven...
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