IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS

We are printing in this issue of the Sentinel the full text of the affidavits filed in the Court in Concord on Friday and Saturday of last week, and as these documents occupy considerable space we have been compelled to increase our number of pages to twenty-eight for this issue. These affidavits go to the very root of the matter now pending and we are sure that our readers will appreciate the opportunity to read them in full. It is not our purpose to pass judgment upon the evidence presented, nor to comment upon the proceedings to date, for that would be to trench upon the privilege which belongs solely to the Court, but it will not be out of place to say that there probably never was a case about which so much that is entirely irrelevant, improper, and untrue, has been printed. That there is an attempt, still going on, to try the case in the newspapers instead of in the court, must be patent to even the least keen observer, and we are glad to see that Christian Scientists are not lending themselves to anything of the kind.

Archibald McLellan.

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