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In response to a desire for color in the leather bindings of Mrs. Eddy's writings, widely expressed in the Field, the Trustees under the Will have authorized the publication of Prose Works in blue and brown in addition to the black morocco in which it has appeared for nine years, making this volume available in bindings to correspond with the morocco bindings of Science and Health.

The brown is the autumn brown in antique grain in which the Progress Edition of Science and Health is bound; the black and blue are in the pearl grain morocco in which the pocket editions of Science and Health are bound.

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