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The Postscript

Few newspapers, notwithstanding their protestations to the contrary, are without prejudice. A striking illustration of this assertion is given in the mass meeting of Christian Scientists, held in Carnegie Hall, on Sunday afternoon, December 18.

Three thousand representative people, including the members of seven churches in the Greater New York, assembled to hear a lecture delivered by Carol Norton, C. S. D., an exceptionally talented man, and incidentally to refute the charges that have been made throughout the land that Harold Frederic, the London correspondent of The New York Times, died under the treatment of Christian Scientists.

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