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In the New Hampshire Legislature
Bill to Prohibit Practice of Christian Science Reported Adversely from Committee and Buried by Large Vote in the House.
Concord (N. H.) Evening Monitor
Judiciary. An act in relation to the practice of Christian Science. Inexpedient to legislate.
Mr. Abbott of Manchester said that a requested hearing on this bill had been denied by the committee on judiciary and he moved that the bill be recommitted.
Mr. Nason of Dover said the committee felt justified in refusing to waste time over this bill, which he read. The committee does not feel that constitutional rights of belief should be denied to Christian Scientists or any one else.
In Answer to a Clerical Critic
Science is Knowledge
Charles K. Skinner
The Efficacy of Christian Science
John S. Rendall
The True Source of Happiness
Alfred Farlow with contributions from James Russell Lowell
with contributions from Littleton
I was now assured by evidence which I could not resist,...
Henry Thompson with contributions from Horace Bushnell
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
A Brief Account
Irving C. Tomlinson
Being Ready for Christian Science
EDWARD EVERETT NORWOOD
J. E. FELLERS
JOHN F. BRAUN
"Only Little Snowflakes"
A. H. KOHLHAMMER
Three Little Rules
My New Year's resolution was to send in my testimony...
M. L. Edison with contributions from A. I. Goding
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase
with contributions from J. W. Brigham, James Wiley