All orders and remittances for Mrs. Eddy's Works should be addressed to Harry I. Hunt, Publishers' Agent, One, Norway Street, Boston, Massachusetts, U. S. A.

In respose to repeated requests from the Field, the Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy have authorized the publication of "Miscellaneous Writings" and "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany," in blue and in brown morocco, uniform in size and style with the standard pocket edition of Science and Health. The new books went on sale in Boston, April 15, 1935.

The new editions are printed on Oxford India Bible paper and are bound in the blue pebble grain morocco used in blue pocket editions of the textbook, and in the autumn brown antique stipple grain morocco of the Progress edition of Science and Health, with round corners, gilt edges, limp, price $4.00 each.

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