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ERRATA VOLUME XLVI

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69 j s Pollock, Sir Jonathan F. : for Hanwell read Hanworth 76 i 10 f.e. Pond, Edward : for (fl. 1623) read (d. 1629) 76 ii 10-11 for It is probable . . . after 1648. read Pond died at Peterborough, and

was buried in the church of St. John the Baptist there on 10 Sept. 1629. 81 i 26 Ponsonby, Sir Frederic C. : for K.C.M.G. read G.C.M.G. (1828) 91 i e Ponsonby, William B., 1st Baron Ponsonby : for York read Cork 94 i 35 Pont, Timothy : for (1560 ?-1630 ?) read (1560 9-1614 ?)

57-58 for between 1625 and 1630 read before 1625, probably in 1614

ii 11 for Bleau's read Blaeu's

12 for 1668 read 1654 (reissued in 1662, vol. ii.)

17 for Topographised read topographized

18-19 for Continuation ... of Cumnock, read Continuations and Illustrative

Notices by the late James Dobie of Crummock, 20-21 for Skelton Robie,' read Shedden Dobie,'

96 ii 20 Poole, George A. : after 1883. insert He married a daughter of Jonathan Wilks, of St. Ann's, Burley.

107 ii 16 f.e. Poor, Richard: after p. 128). insert Poore is now considered to be responsible for

the final form of the ' use of Sarum ' (cf. FRERE, Use of Sarum).

108 ii 8 f.e. omit better

125 ii 22 Pope, Alexander (1688-1744) : for Nos. 268-70 read 1st Ser. vol. x.

126 ii 19 f.e. for John Warton's read Joseph Warton's

18 f.e. for 1752 read 1756

136 i 60-61 Pope, Sir Thomas : for (cf. STRYPE'S transcripts) read of Strype's alleged transcripts ii 11 for 1895 read 1896

21 f.e. for Morwen read Morwent

187 ii 28-29 omit there is a mezzotint . . . Oxford

81 after Robins insert and another by John Faber from the copy at Oxford

18 f.e. for 1895 read 1896

150 i 7 Popple, William : for Sheehan's read Sheahan's 154 i 20 Person, Richard : for eldest read second

21 after sister insert Elizabeth (1756-1842)

157 i 5 omit apparently

5-7 for it is not recorded . . . his married life, read During the few months of

his married life Person lived in London at 11 Lancaster Court. 87 after rooms insert at No. 8 Old Jewry

188 ii 8 f.e. Porter, Jane : for 85 read 185, 352

200 ii 81-82 Portman, Sir William : for His descendant read His collateral descendant 226 i 9 Pottinger, Sir Henry : for Sir Benjamin read Sir Peregrine 281 ii 21 Poulson, George : for Nunkealing read Nunkeeling

286 ii 88 Powell, Mrs. : for (fl. 1787-1829) read (1761 ?-1831)

287 i 4-8 for the date of which is unknown read in London on 81 Dec. 1881, when she

f-e. was 'about seventy' (Annual Biog. and Obit. p. 451)

288 i 84 Powell, Baden : after p. 204 ; insert Darwin's Origin of Species, ed. 1894, p. xx ; 256 i 86 Power, Henry : for whole read shott

18 f.e. for Ealand read Elland

285 i 20 f.e. Pratt, Charles, 1st Earl Camden : for Middle Temple read Inner Temple 299 i 82-83 Prence, Thomas : for who survived him . . . descendants, read and thirdly in 1662

Mary, daughter of Constance Southworth and widow of Samuel Freeman. By

his first wife he had six and by his second four children (cf. Landmarks of

Plymouth, p. 209). 804 i 82 Prescott, Sir Henry : after p. 448). insert At the desire of the government he

remained beyond the usual limit, but resigned at the end of seven years. 806 ii 88 Preston, Gilbert de : after Soc.) ; insert Annales Monastici, passim ; Flores Hist.

312 i 10 f.e. Preston, Richard : for near Exeter read in North Devon ii 21 f.e. Preston, Thomas, Viscount Tara : for 1658 ?) read 1655) 818 i 15-16 f or The date of Preston's death is uncertain, read He was buried at Paris

21 Oct. 1655 (Egerton MS. 2585, f. 474). for 1657 read 1659, at Bruges

828 i 83 Price, Hugh: for foundation read re-foundation

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