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The Christian Register
THE work of the Arnold Arboretum is of sufficient national importance to justify its friends in appealing to all Americans who care for trees, forests, and gardens, in whatever part of the United States they may reside, in behalf of a larger endowment for that institution.
It is a department of Harvard University and one of the largest scientific gardens in the world, comprising about two hundred and twenty acres. It is a museum of living trees in which, according to the terms of the James Arnold endowment, every tree and shrub able to support the climate of Massachusetts must be cultivated; and it is a scientific station where by study, experiment, and publication, the knowledge of trees is increased.
By a contract with the city of Boston. running for a thousand years and securing to the Arboretum a condition of permanence and stability which is believed to be unique, the city has built and agrees to maintain roads and walks, provide police protection, and assumes the liability of taxes. The scientific control is reserved to the University.
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Some Lessons Taught by the Pan-American
BY MRS. J. EDGAR HUGHSON.
The Christian Science View of Sin
No Hate Vibrations
W. D. McCrackan
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Applications for Teaching
The Christian Science Board Of Education
Public Debate Demanded
Christian Science Literature
Editor with contributions from Archibald Mclellan
A Cottage Portrait
BY CLARENCE A. BUSKIRK.
Dreams and Realities
BY CAROLINE E. MILLER.
BY A. C. V.
Christian Science a Great Blessing
R. A. B.
Grateful for Science and Health
May S. Brower
It is now three years since I began to study Christian Science,...
Adda H. Van Duzee
This was the happiest Fourth of July I ever had
There are great truths, which every honest heart may be...
William Ellery Channing
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