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The Christian Science Publishing Society, of 95 Falmouth Street, Boston, Mass., kindly favors us with a copy of a neat little work entitled, "Christian Science History," by Septimus J. Hanna. It contains a statement of facts relating to the authorship of the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," etc. The purpose of this booklet, it is said, is to present to all fair-minded people a few facts in contradistinction to falsehoods as to the life and work of the Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy, the author of the Christian Science textbook, etc., and the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science. The booklet is intended for disinterested people, who desire only to know the truth, to consider the probabilities and non-probabilities of the question in all its aspects, regardless of past or present views on the subject of Christian Science.

The Truth has been complimented with a little booklet sent out by the Christian Science Publishing Society, 95 Falmouth Street, Boston, Mass. The author, Septimus J. Hanna, is a fluent writer, an able scholar, and terse exponent of his views. The booklet gives quite an insight to the teaching of Christian Scientists, while at the same time it refutes a lot of falsehoods which have been published about the Founder of Christian Science, Mrs. Eddy. Well, perhaps we should not say she was the Founder of Christian Science, but that she has turned the light on the doctrine as taught by the Master and his followers nineteen hundred years ago. The work is a valuable one to all who wish to read up on this line of thought. Mrs. Eddy and her position as a leader is clearly set forth in the work. Get it and read it. Address given above.

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