Counterfeit Letters

I learn that letters have been received by persons, purporting to bear my signature, making complaint against them; one of those declares I had consulted a lawyer for Mrs. Eddy on what I complained of. I never had consulted a lawyer relative to the subject named. I never wrote those letters nor knew anything about them until said parties sent one of those counterfeit letters for me to examine. Calvin A. Frye.Pleasant View, Concord N. H., Nov. 13, 1903.

The report of the Library Committee of the Christian Science churches of Philadelphia, which appears on another page, is deeply interesting, and furnishes a useful hint as to the value of systematic work in placing our literature where it will accomplish large results with a modest outlay of time and money. The method employed will enable many needy ones to find the blessings of truth, and will leave sincere inquirers without the excuse of ignorance as to what Christian Science teaches.

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A Letter to our Leader
December 5, 1903
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