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Both branches of the Pennsylvania Legislature met in biennial session January 1, and the first tests of strength between the faction of the Republican party led by Quay and the opposing forces of the Democrats and anti-Quay Republicans resulted in a victory for Quay's supporters.
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The caravan was typical of the Middle Ages, and survived even in brand-new America until the continent was spanned by railroads and the waterways so united that from the sea we can now in steam vessels penetrate the very heart of the new world.
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Boston, Mass.
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Editor Buffalo Express:—You quoted editorially in your issue of December 24 a statement appearing in a New York paper concerning Christian Scientists and Surrogate Fitzgerald.
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Remittances should be made by post-office money order, express money order, or exchange on Boston or New York.
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A century ago, an infidel German countess, dying, ordered...

A century ago, an infidel German countess, dying, ordered that her grave be covered with a solid granite slab; that around it should be placed solid blocks of stone, and the whole be fastened together by strong iron clamps, and that on the stone be cut these words: "This burial place, purchased to all eternity, must never be opened.
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The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
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Monument to Baron and Baroness de Hirsch

A Monument is soon to be erected in Central Park, New York, in commemoration of the eradication of racial prejudice.
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In Hebrews we read: God "hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things.
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Among the Churches

About one hundred people were gathered at the communion service in the Christian Science Church Sunday morning.
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The Heart's Desire

Hush, every mortal sense! Be still!Now let the Holy Spirit moveWithin us freely as He will,And all our waiting nature fillWith stream of vitalizing Love.
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An Illustration

When at school and considered properly advanced to begin the study of algebra my father was asked to purchase a book.
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Works

"Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: the devils also believe, and tremble.
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How I was Led to take a Patient

After having been through a class in Christian Science, I felt that I could try to do the healing work only in my immediate family.
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See not the Lions

While sitting in one of our Christian Science reading rooms one day, thinking of God's protecting care of all His children, my thought was directed to the picture on the wall portraying Daniel in the Lion's Den.
Testimony of Healing

Why I am a Christian Scientist

My father was a Baptist minister, spoken of by all who knew him as a godly man; my mother a woman qualified in all ways to be a helpmate.
Testimony of Healing
In the summer of 1894 I went through a class in Christian Science with one of Mrs.
Testimony of Healing
There is only a small handful of workers in Pierre, S.
Testimony of Healing
Karlsruhe, Baden, October 5, 1900.
Testimony of Healing
The Journal has been coming to our home for several years, and the Christian Science Sentinel ever since its birth.
Testimony of Healing

Testimony of a Trained Nurse

Three years ago I first heard of Christian Science.
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An article in the Philadelphia North American gives information regarding the religious beliefs of the ruling sovereigns of about all nations.
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