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Manuscript Releases, vol. 10 [Nos. 771-850], Page 341

MR No. 838—Ellen White's Financial Affairs

I see so many things that must be done in order to make even a beginning, to raise the standard in these new fields. From every direction I hear the Macedonian cry for help, “Come over and help us.” I also have calls to assist young people to attend school, and also to open primary schools in different localities, where the children may be educated. This is work that must be done.

I wish to make some additions to Christian Education, and then if the Review and Herald wish to carry it, they can do so if they will pay me a small sum as royalty, to be invested in the education of many who cannot attend school and pay their own expenses. During the first term of the school in Cooranbong, I carried several through school, paying their board and school expense.—Letter 7a, 1897.

White Estate

Washington, D. C.,

March 25, 1981.

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