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Has Mental Healing a Valid Scientific and Religious Basis? : Substance of a Paper Read By Invitation Before the Clergymen's "Monday Club" (Unitarian Ministers of Boston and Vicinity) at the Channing Building, Boston, June 3D, 1895.

By Wood, Henry, 1834-1909

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Title: Has Mental Healing a Valid Scientific and Religious Basis? : Substance of a Paper Read By Invitation Before the Clergymen's "Monday Club" (Unitarian Ministers of Boston and Vicinity) at the Channing Building, Boston, June 3D, 1895.  
Author: Wood, Henry, 1834-1909
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Language: English
Subject: Mental healing, New Thought
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1895
Publisher: Boston: Lee and Shepard Pub.

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1834-1909, W. H. (1895). Has Mental Healing a Valid Scientific and Religious Basis? : Substance of a Paper Read By Invitation Before the Clergymen's Monday Club (Unitarian Ministers of Boston and Vicinity) at the Channing Building, Boston, June 3D, 1895.. Retrieved from http://worldebookfair.com/


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