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A Letter to an Enquirer.

From the June 1893 issue of The Christian Science Journal

A gentleman residing in the far west, after reading my letter published in the February number of the Christian Science Journal, wrote me as follows:

"I have employed all remedies without relief and have been treated by many Scientists whose names are to be found in the Christian Science Journal. I fully understand the letter of Christian Science, but am unable to destroy the memory of pleasure, and the realization of pain in matter. Kindly give me a history of your experience. Advise me. You may relieve me."

New York, March 27, 1893.

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