FROM THE NORWICH COURIER

The attempt to convict the Christian Scientists in Harold Frederic's case for manslaughter was regarded with interest everywhere, as it was an attempt to show that a failure to cure on the part of the indicted parties was a crime. If it was a crime, if it was manslaughter, for Christian Scientists to fail to cure, the world asked itself why it wasn't a crime for any practitioner to fail to cure, a fault not attributable alone to this class of healers.

Commenting upon this proceeding, the Boston Globe cites a case in illustration as follows:—

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