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THE MILLER'S TOMB.                      235
The Miller was not even original, for excava­tions made in 1892 showed that the hill was a place of sepulture in Roman days. Skeletons of men, teeth of animals, antlers of deer, pottery, weapons, and coins of the Constantines have all been found. Thus there is nothing new under the sun.
Psalmanaazar, and, whilst his texts of the ecclesiastical historians were highly esteemed, he was remarkable for his plain and honest manner of life and preaching—circumstances which may have endeared him to the Miller of Salvington.
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