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 Mill, John StuartMilman, Henry Hart, D.D., 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Miller, Hugh
(b. Cromarty, October 10th, 1802; d. Portobello, December 23rd, 1856). “Poems Written in the Leisure Hours of a Journeyman Mason” (1829); “Scenes and Legends in the North of Scotland” (1834); “The Old Red Sandstone” (1841); “First Impressions of England and Its People” (1847); “Footprints of the Creator” (1850); “My Schools and Schoolmasters” (1854); “The Testimony of the Rocks” (1857); “The Cruise of the Betsy” (1858); “The Headship of Christ;” “Edinburgh and its Neighbourhood;” “Tales and Sketches;” a “Sketch-book of Popular Geology;” and “Miscellaneous Essays.” Edited The Witness. His complete “Works” have been published in a uniform shape. “Life” by Peter Bayne (1870)   1

 Mill, John StuartMilman, Henry Hart, D.D., 


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