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For the information of the readers of your esteemed paper, I should like to state that Mrs. Eddy gained from the Bible her inspiration for the discovery of Christian Science. As a young woman she was a frequent contributor of poetry and prose to newspapers and periodicals, while a collection of poetry and prose by New Hampshire authors, published in Manchester, New Hampshire, in 1850, contained two articles by Mrs. Eddy.

Anyone desiring further authentic information may consult "The Life of Mary Baker Eddy," by Sibyl Wilbur, or "Mary Baker Eddy: A Life Size Portrait," by Dr. Lyman P. Powell, biographies which may be found in public libraries.

Unselfish efforts never go unrewarded. The success of Mary Baker Eddy evidenced her unselfish desire to serve her fellow men, and the continued good influence of her writings and discovery is attested by the many adherents to the religion which she founded.

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