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In Bellefonte, Pa., the shire town of the country in which the writer was born, there was, a short time since, one of the pettiest exhibitions of prejudice and malice, in connection with Christian Science, that has yet come under our observation.
A woman, in whose family was the mortal law of hereditary insanity, committed suicide by throwing herself on a railroad track where she was run over by a train. About a year and a half previous to this event, this woman had been treated in Christian Science for a short time, and because of this the coroner's jury gravely found that her mental malady was due to the influence exerted upon her by a Christian Scientist.
Mary Baker Eddy
with contributions from S. B. Hutchings
HE HIRED WEBSTER FOR A WEEK
with contributions from Clara C. Duer
TO THE CHRISTIAN WORLD
BY MARY BAKER G. EDDY
THE SWORN STATEMENT
Rebecca Parry with contributions from S. F. Kline, L. A. Waters
"For the earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the...
Georgia A. Farling
I had a habit of smoking nearly all the time from morning...
John B. Kellow
with contributions from MARY BAKER EDDY