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From the April 1928 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Continental European Orders

It has come to the attention of the Publishing Society that many Christian Scientists living in Continental Europe do not know that they may order Christian Science literature, whether books or periodicals, through the nearest Reading Room, and thus save themselves delay and the inconvenience of calculating prices in United States money necessary when ordering from Boston. A directory of local Reading Rooms will be found on page iv of the French Herald, and on pages iv and v of the German Herald.

Source of Quotations

Contributors to the periodicals of articles, poems, and testimonies are asked to note that the source of all quotations, direct or indirect, should be given when the contribution is sent in. The name of the author and of the work from which the quotation is taken, together with the chapter and page, should be specified.

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