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Manuscript Releases, vol. 14 [Nos. 1081-1135], Page 281

MR No. 1119—Ellen White Requests that Books be Sent to Her in Australia

(Written June 5, 1899, from Sunnyside, N.S.W., to Edson and Emma White.)

I have books—I think four or five volumes to Barnes's Notes, large books. I want them. They can be packed in a box of books coming to Australia. There are other books. I would appreciate Horace Mann, but you look over my books and tell me in regard to them. What property have I in Battle Creek? Will you just ascertain? I do not know as you can read this scribbling. If you can, I shall be pleased.—Letter 243, 1899, p. 2.

Ellen G. White Estate

Washington, D. C.,

April 11, 1985.

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