The Lectures

The lecture on Christian Science which Judge William G. Ewing delivered here Monday evening, February 4, attracted an audience that packed City Hall to the doors. It was such a noteworthy gathering of the intellectual and religious people of the city, that one of the daily papers printed the following statement:—

"In reference to the audience the speaker stated afterwards to a Whig reporter: 'You can say for me that, though I have been in almost every city in the United States, from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from your Dominions to the Mexican border, yet have I never addressed a more thoughtful or more appreciative audience.'"

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