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Excerpt from Glastonbury the Historic Guide to the English Jerusalem
N presenting a short outline of a splendid subject, the writer has been guided by one chief principle, namely that of selecting what is likely to interest the sympathetic visitor. So far from rejecting tradition with the customary scorn, it seems more reasonable to admit its value, at least as great evidence, unless there is greater evidence to outweigh it. To make a sum mary of conclusions is a dangerous task, especially when so many hasty and hasty-tempered controversialists are in the field, and the theses have rather to be nailed to the door in brief, than be set forth at length with full reference and support: but the theory which makes so many generations of our people. Into fools and forgers.
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