Senator Mitchell's Letter

Washington News Letter

Chicago, January 31, 1899.

Mr. Oliver C. Sabin.

My Dear Friend of "ye olden time:"—I have for some time had it in mind to write you say that I read with a great deal of pleasure the account of your experiences in gaining a footing in Christian Science, as published in the Monthly a short time ago; also to say that I have of late read a great many copies of your interesting little paper, the Washington News Letter. My youngest daughter, Bernie, married a Mr. John U. Higinbotham, and they are both very earnest and devoted Scientists, and, of course, are subscribers to your paper; hence I see it very regularly, and am highly entertained and greatly benefited by its interesting columns.

Atoms upon Atoms
March 2, 1899

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