words bear a different signification from that which seems to belong to them, it might be better to cancel these two letters altogether or hold them over for complete alteration. The warning is delivered in too solemn a tone and the danger is made too much of if it is merely to apply to suicides, and in the last slip of the proof the elimination of "the accidents and" makes the rest rather ridiculous because then we are dividing suicides only into the very pure and elevated! and the medium people etc.
It seems to me that it would hardly do to let even letter 1 stand alone, — though it does not include the
two letters refers to letters that he sent to William Stainton Mosesin London for publication in Light.