tees, let me convey cordial thanks to the earnest-minded
author for this interesting contribution. My own idea
is, that the power of Mind or Spirit is supreme in char-
acter, and destined to supremacy over all that is adverse
to divine order.WILLIAM H. KIMBALL,
Librarian New Hampshire State Library
I am reading the work, "Science and Health with
Key to the Scriptures," for the third time; and I am
convinced of the truth of the Science of which it treats,
— instructing us how to attain holiness of heart, purity
of life, and the sublime ascendency of soul over body.
C. CLEMENT, McMinnville, Warren Co., Tenn.
I was sick for a number of years with what some of
the most skilful physicians pronounced an incurable
disease. The more I tried to get help, the worse I be-
came, until a life of pain and helplessness seemed un-
avoidable. Two years ago I heard of "Science and
Health with Key to the Scriptures," began reading it
and trying to live up to its teachings. At first, my be-
liefs were so strong I made but little progress; but grad-
ually my disease gave way, and finally disappeared, and
to-day I am a well woman. I cannot express the grati-
tude I feel for what the light shining through the teachings
of that book did for me.
(MRS.) EMILY T. HOWE, Norway, Me.
I have been reading "Science and Health with Key
to the Scriptures," and feasting—like a starving, ship-
wrecked mariner, on the food that was to sustain him
— on truths which ages to come will appreciate, under-
stand, and accept. Many of the theories which at first
appear abstruse and obscure, at length become clear and
lucid. The candle of intellect requires occasional snuff-
ing to throw the clear light of penetration on the page.
(MRS.) S. A. ORNE, Malden, Mass.
The mother of a little girl about eight years old told
me her child was having a severe attack of cold, and
was delicate and easy to take cold. I told her the little
girl would be all right; not to give her any medicine, but
read Science and Health to her. When I next saw the
mother, she told me the little girl was entirely well; that
the cold had all disappeared, and with it a claim of night-
sweats that the child had been under for more than a
year. The little girl had been out sliding down-hill in
the snow a number of times; had her feet very wet, but
it did not affect her at all. They were all pleased, —