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    Exhibit 51—Wednesday, August 2, 1893, Marian Davis to Ellen White

    Now, about the book. I am so glad you are writing on the two journeys to Galilee. I was so afraid you would not bring that out. Shall hope to receive something from you before long. There’s a good deal of work to be done behind me, but I don’t like to turn back if I can help it, rather wait, till I get nearly or quite through, and have all the matter together, and then I can go back once for all, and finish up. That will save me going over the ground more than twice....ERWDA 26.2

    I send two chapters on L.C. [Life of Christ] that were left when I sent before. I addressed them and left in the till of W. C. [White]’s trunk....ERWDA 26.3

    I shall watch with great interest for the arrival of the promised manuscript. Am so glad you are writing just where you are. There is such a rich field in the teachings of Christ after He left Jerusalem after the Feast of Tabernacles.ERWDA 26.4

    —White Estate Document File #393a. (Written from Prahran, Melbourne, Australia, to Ellen White who was in New Zealand.)