I enclose herewith a note for the Field

I enclose herewith a note for the Field. I am sure it will interest others to know that the little book is doing its work on our battleships, as well as on land. I wish that every ship that leaves our ports could be armed with one of these war destroyers.

On board the auxiliary cruiser "Yankee," manned by the New York Naval Reserve, there are at least three copies of Science and Health, owned and read by the citizen sailors. One, a pocket edition, the gift of a Christian Science mother to her son on his departure for Cuba, has fastened on a front fly-leaf the 91st Psalm. The "Yankee" has seen a good deal of hard service in Cuban waters so far, but has escaped unharmed, and the health of her crew has been excellent. "Surely He shall deliver thee.... His Truth shall be thy shield and buckler."—L. M. C., Hempstead, L. I.

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