I have  the pleasure of saying, that, on June 27, 1905, my beloved student, Mrs. Augusta E. Stetson, formerly the First Reader of First Church of Christ, Scientist, New York City, and the dear practitioners of Christian Science in the Reading Room of this Church, presented to me these lovely tokens of remembrance: Mrs. Stetson sent a magnificent solid silver ice pitcher, tray, cup, and slop bowl; sweetly inscribed on the cup were these Scriptural words— "A cup of cold water in His name;" the other dear Christian Scientists sent an exquisite gilt table with onyx top,—all to be placed in my room in First Church of Christ, Scientist, Concord. N. H.

Mary Baker G. Eddy.
Pleasant View, Concord, N.H., July 5, 1905.

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The Relation of Sickness and Poverty
July 8, 1905

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