The Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy is deeply interested in the movement to secure a proper representation by the State of New Hampshire at St. Louis and has done her part toward making it successful by indicating a desire to give a thousand dollars to the fund in the event that the total reaches the minimum established by vote at the recent public meeting called to consider the subject. Her letter, received at this office last evening, is as follows:—

Pleasant View, Concord, N. H.,
February 10, 1904.

Dear Mr. Meehan:—Mrs. Eddy says you may put her name down for a contribution to the fund for an exhibit from New Hampshire at the St. Louis Exposition, for $1000, to be paid in case the full amount requisite therefor is obtained. Yours truly.

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The Lectures
February 20, 1904

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