Mary Baker Eddy

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Noun1.Mary Baker Eddy - founder of Christian Science in 1866 (1821-1910)Mary Baker Eddy - founder of Christian Science in 1866 (1821-1910)
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Mary Glover, lead nurse for acute child health at the Noah's Ark Children's Hospital for Wales in Cardiff, said: "We aim to offer the very best care and support to newborn babies and their parents or carers, and using technology like this helps us give that little extra reassurance to parents at a very difficult time.
The first half of the book analyzes English publications reporting on the symptoms, treatments, and accusations of female demoniacs: Margaret Cooper (1584, 1614, 1641), seventeen-year old Mary Glover (1603), and the very young Throckmorton daughters, whose accusations led to the execution of the Samuel family (wife, husband and daughter) in Warboys (1589-1593).
Back row: Carol Thomas, Maralyn McAllinden, Jean Carter, Sue Medcalf, Vivian Chandler, Maggie Wheatley, Maggie Atkinson, Jan Doyle, Susan Davies, Val Norton, Mary Glover, Anne Wilkinson; Front row: Linda Meek, Marian Price, Lady Barbara Millichip, Nancy Harvey, Jenny Biggs (chairman), Alison Baird
Senior nurse Mary Glover has worked at the neonatal unit for 18 works - and has seen hundreds of babies transformed from sick, frail babies into strong, healthy children.
Mary Glover was a normal mother, deeply attached to her child." The word "normal" crops up quite a bit in Gill's account of Eddy's life where I would have preferred the word "normative," but her analysis is more nuanced and satisfying when she concludes that Eddy "was as aware as anyone that she was failing to play the heroine's role her culture had assigned her.