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DR. ALLAN MC LANE HAMILTON TELLS ABOUT HIS VISIT TO MRS. EDDY
New York Times
"There really is no mystery about Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy. Her case is a perfectly simple one, and the sensational stories which have been disseminated about her have no foundation in fact—although they can be very easily traced to a spirit of religious persecution that has at last quite overreached itself."
Dr. Allan McLane Hamilton, the expert alienist who has devoted the last month to an exhaustive investigation of the mental condition of the Founder of Christian Science and whose final testimony, given a few days ago, forms an important factor in the withdrawal of the suit against Mrs. Eddy, expresses himself as having no sympathy with the religious teachings of the latter, at the same time that he is emphatic in his belief as to her sanity. Seen yesterday in his picturesque study, forming a long rambling wing in the charming bungalow which he has built for himself amid the Berkshire Hills, one might, it is true, be tempted to take him for a follower of some of the mystic cults of antiquity, whose shadowy influence penetrates various transcendental fads of the day. At the threshold of his home sits a stone idol from India, while in various niches of the room, interspersed with long rows of learned books, are curious relics from Eastern temples, culminating in an ancient statue of the inscrutable Buddha himself. But in spite of these rather suggestive surroundings, mysticism plays no part in the intellectual equipment of the medical expert who has figured in so many famous cases during the last thirty-five years.
JOHN E. FELLERS.
THE TRUE MEDICINE
CLARENCE W. CHADWICK.
"A SOFT ANSWER TURNETH AWAY WRATH."
THE PERFECT POWER
SOME THOUGHTS CONCERNING TESTIMONIES
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM
WALDO PONDRAY WARREN
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
ALL CLASSES INTERESTED
THE SEEKER'S GUIDANCE
Annie M. Knott
"BEHOLD, I COME QUICKLY"
John B. Willis
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Lilian Whiting, Rosemary O. Anderson, John B. Tillotson, Effie M. Hecker, Jane McK. Myrover, Sarah E. Nye, Margaret Brenenger, W. A. Biller, Catherine Rumney, Sarah Norris, Franc G. Wilkin, Mary F. Hibben, John H. Hibben, Mary L. Moore, H. W. R. Strong, Harriet R. Strong, Effie Hutchinson
with contributions from Editor, George H. Moore
My gratitude toward Christian Science, and thankfulness...
The recent attacks upon Mrs. Eddy have so stirred...
Sarah Perry Browning
Christian Science came to me nearly two years ago...
In 1901, while living in Leadville, Col., I was advised...
Nahum G. Thomas
I rejoice to be a witness to what Christian Science...
Harriet C. Douglas
A writer in describing three friends said if the first...
Stephen A. Dickson, Stephen Dickson
My first introduction to Christian Science was in February...
A. C. Hackworth
While visiting my daughter in Mitchell, S. D., in September,...
Lucy M. Ashcroft
Many times have I thought how much I owe to the...
Sarah M. Larrabee
Since childhood I had suffered from disordered...
Emma A. Sherman
Words fail when I attempt to express my gratitude...
I wish to express my gratitude for the many benefits...
Herbert W. Lawrence
I cannot express the great gratitude I feel for having...
Mary Annie Talmage, George James Talmage
Nearly seven years ago, after months of unbroken...
H. Howard Butler
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from Wingate Snell