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at indistinct in the original, it appears that the cord is attached to a wrist so as to revolve the wheel. It seems to have been adopted into Christian worship in Bretagne by a woman who renounced the worship of The star, but brought along the paraphernalia of the temple, intending to sanctify an esteemed and musical observance to the worship of a new object. So the jingling has proceeded for many centuries, from almondeyed Cathay and old Zipango to the Bretons and Basques by the ocean of Atlantis. Praying-mill. A little water-wheel to keep a written prayer moving. Abbe Hue ( Travels in Tartary, 1844-46) refers to what he calls a kind of praying-mill, known to the Tartars as a chu-kor or turning-prayer. He says:--- It is common enough to see them fixed in the bed of a running stream, as they are then set in motion by the water, and go on praying night and day, to the special benefit of the person who has placed them there. The Tartars also suspend them over their domestic