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vol. 3, p. 222
from Adyar archives of the International Theosophical Society
vol. 3 (1875-1878)


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The Liberal(?) Christian

... and set aside " the most stupendous factx of the nineteenth century."

T. B. Taylor, M. D.

Boston, Mass., May 10th, 1875.

x Stupendous fact? – Stupendous fraud!

From Two Windows

He was young—and he saw the South :
The bird and the rose were there,
And the god with the lifted look
And the laurel in his hair.
Before him a palace stood;—
And the shy wind moved the lace,
And showed by the torch of a dream
A woman's wonderful face.

He was old—and he saw the North :
The mountains were fierce and bare,
And piteous swords of ice
Were thrust at him from the air.
A rim blackened the moon ;
And in that forlornest place,
Wasted with famine and tears,
Was, a woman's awful face!

Mrs. S. M. B. Piatt.

A New Contributor


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Editor's notes

  1. The Liberal(?) Christian by Tailor, T. B.. Uncludes the letter: “Materialization of Spirit Hands” – Review of Rev. J. H. Wiggin
  2. From Two Windows by Piatt, Sarah Morgan Bryan
  3. A New Contributor by unknown author