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ERRATA—Volume II


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\right\}\, } Askew, Anthony: for 1772 read 1774
202 ii 11-10f.e. Astell, William: for in the same year .... the House read after an unsuccessful contest in 1806 was in 1807 returned to the House
ii 8f.e.  for six successive read seven successive
7f.e.  after subsequently insert from 1841
4f.e.  after filled insert each of
3f.e.  for several read four
203 i 29  after London insert He died 7 March 1847
205 ii 15f.e. Astley, Sir Jacob: for Manchester. During read Manchester during
14f.e.  after (27 Oct.) insert a full stop
206 i 9  for Stow-in-the-Wold read Stow-on-the-Wold
ii 30 Astley, John (d. 1595): before Maidstone insert Lyme Regis in the parliament of 1750 and
31-32  omit having before .... Commons
212 i 44 Aston, Sir Richard: for the Rockingham read Lord North's
ii 4f.e. Aston, Sir Thomas: after part insert He was M.P. for Cheshire in the Short Parliament of 1640
219 i 2 Atherton, Sir William: for 1852 read 1851
ii 28f.e. Atkins, Henry: for He read Matriculating at Trinity College, Oxford, in 1574, he
221 i 24f.e. Atkins, William: for 1679 read 1681
222 ii 6f.e. Atkinson, James (1759-1839): after grave’ insert In addition to his other acquirements, Atkinson had a remarkable talent for portraiture, and no less than eight portraits by him, variously in oils, water colours, and pen and ink, are in the National Portrait Gallery
5f.e.  for His works are: 1 read His only work is
4f.e.  for 2 read The
223 i 3  after 8vo. insert usually ascribed to our James Atkinson, was by James Atkinson, 1780-1852 [q. v.]
226 ii 14f.e. Atkinson, William: for within the bounds .... of York read in the ainsty of York
227 i 19 Atkyns, Sir Edward: for Hensington read Bensington
229 i 19f.e. Atkyns, Richard: for Newnham-by-Gloucester read Newnham-on-Severn
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\right\}\, } Atkyns, Sir Robert: for Saperton read Sapperton
234 i 20-23 Atterbury, Francis: for been thrust .... the Reformation read been elected to the mastership of University College in 1676, had printed an attack upon the Reformation from the pen of Abraham Woodhead
24f.e.  after in reality insert in great part
235 i 26  for 1711-12 read Aug. 1711
ii 16  for bishop of Rochester read dean of Westminster
16f.e.  after He was arrested insert in 1722
237 ii 7f.e.  for in 1732 read on 22 Feb. 1731-2
238 i 21f.e. Atterbury, Lewis (d. 1693): after in town insert From 1690 till his death he was prebendary of Lincoln
241 i 5 Attwood, Thomas: after wrote insert other anthems
242 i 4 Attwell, Hugh: for Duborne read Daborne
245 ii 9f.e. Aubrey, William: before He died insert He was M.P. for Carmarthen Borough in 1554, Brecon in 1558, Hindon in 1559, Arundel in 1562, and Taunton in 1592
247 i 20 Auchmuty, Sir Samuel: for made a knight of the Bath read knighted
22-3  omit and . . . . 103rd regiment
27-32  for 1806 had been nothing .... Buenos Ayres, which read 1806 had been suggested to Sir Home Riggs Popham [q. v.] when at the Cape by the report of an American merchantman to the effect that the inhabitants of Monte Video and Buenos Ayres were discontented with their Spanish government, and Sir Home Popham recognised that the seizure of a rich city like Buenos Ayres
ii 16  before and in 1810 insert and made colonel of the 103rd regiment
18f.e.  after parliament insert became knight of the Bath
13f.e.  after active service insert In that year he became G.C.B.

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