Ellen G. White Writings

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Manuscript Releases, vol. 17 [Nos. 1236-1300], Page 97

I always sat right close by the stand. I know what I sat there for now. It hurt me to breathe, and with the breaths all around me I knew I could breathe easier right by the stand, so I always took my station.

Question: Then you attended the lectures that Mr. Foy gave?

He came to give it right to the hall, in the great hall where we attended, Beethoven Hall. That was quite a little time after the visions. It was in Portland, Maine. We went over to Cape Elizabeth to hear him lecture. Father always took me with him when we went, and he would be going in a sleigh, and he would invite me to get in, and I would ride with them. That was before I got any way acquainted with him.

Question: Where did you see him first?

It was there, at Beethoven Hall. They lived near the bridge where we went over to Cape Elizabeth, the family did.—Manuscript 131, 1906, 1, 4-6.

Ellen G. White Estate

Washington, D. C.,

June 4, 1987.

MR No. 1254—Included in Manuscript Release Nos. 1265 and 1266

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