Expressions of Condolence

THE following message of condolence was sent to Mrs. McKinley:—

"In this hour of national bereavement over the loss of our President, the late William McKinley, the members of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Boston, Mass., send to Mrs. McKinley assurance of tender sympathy.

"May divine Love sustain her and verify to her the promise, 'God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.'

WM. B. Johnson. Clerk.
"Boston, September 4, 1901."


The following is a copy of a telegram sent to Mrs. William McKinley at Buffalo:—

"We directed by all the Christian Scientists of Chicago to convey to you an expression of their high appreciation of the exalted civic and Christian character of your distinguished husband, and of the loss to you and the world compassed by his cruel death. They tenderly tenderly sympathize with you in your in your lonely grief, and lovingly to the great Shepherd's unfailing care.

"Robert P. Walker,
"Mrs. Edward A. Kimball,
"William G. Ewing."

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September 19, 1901

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