Christian Science in England

The following was published in a London paper in reply to a false rumor that Lord Dunmore and his family had seceded from the ranks of Christian Science.

To the Editor of the Morning Leader.

Sir:—In your issue of Saturday, June 14, your New York correspondent has informed you that Christian Science is said to be dying a natural death, and that it is on its last legs. I do not propose to follow your New York correspondent through the various startling statements he has made, further than to say none of them have the very slightest pretensions to accuracy. Christian Science was never in a more flourishing condition than it is at this moment both in this country and in America. The concluding paragraph announcing the secession of Lady Dunmore and myself from Christian Science is a pure invention and has not the slightest shadow of Truth.

June 16, 1902.

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August 7, 1902

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