"I HOLD NO ENMITY," SAYS MRS. EDDY

New York American

Concord, N. H., Aug. 25.—"Persecution cannot last forever. There is always a reaction. But I hold no enmity. Those who have attempted to injure me have gained nothing."

Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy uttered this sentiment of Christian forbearance to me to-day in the first interview she has granted since the collapse of the suits brought by her "next friends."

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