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ERRATA—Volume LII


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86 ii 16f.e. Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738): for the birthday of Queen Anne read the day of Queen Anne's death
94 i 26 Sherlock, Thomas : for Interest read Intent
101 ii 20 Sherwin, Ralph (1799-1830) : for Wilton (bis) read Witton
106 i 40 Shilleto: for Ulleshelf read Ulleskelf
118 ii 17 Shippen, William : for Joemund read Jesmund
120 i 9
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132 i 24 Shirley, James: for 1651 read 1751
16f.e.  for address read prologue
134 i 18 Shirley, John (1366?-1456): omit 2251,
29  after 73). insert Harl. MS. 2251, often ascribed to Shirley, was written in Edward IVs reign, parts of it being copied from one of Shirley's MSS.
138 i 11 Shirley, Sir Robert (1629-1666) : for father read brother
37  for Harold read Harrold
139 i 13 Shirley, Sir Thomas: for Coppenthorp read Copmanthorpe
153 i 8 Short, Augustus : after consecrated insert (29 June)
155 ii 12f.e. Shortland, Edward: after Courtlands insert near Lympston
171 ii 22 Shute, Robert: after (d. 1621), insert matriculated from Christ's College, Cambridge, in 1598, graduating B.A. in 1601-2, and
l.l. Shute, Samuel: after Shute insert who matriculated as a fellow-commoner of Christ's College, Cambridge, 12 Dec. 1683,
194 i 18-19 Siddons, Henry: for during the summer of 1801 read on 22 June 1802
195 ii 1 Siddons, Sarah: for Greathead read Greatheed
197 i 13-14  for The highest honour . . . in Reynolds's picture read Reynolds paid her a unique compliment when in his picture
20  for he said read Dr. Johnson said
199 i 27  for Galeotti read Galotti
200 i 12  for minus), read minus, which stood until 1856),
ii 15  for now marked read marked until its demolition in 1904
201 ii 11f.e.  for Howe read Hone
l.l.  for Newnham in Oxford read Nuneham, near Oxford
202 ii 35 Sidney, Algernon: for 1682) read 1683)
203 ii 8  for in June following read on 14 May following (Sloane MS. 1519, f . 112)
208 i 16f.e.  for 26 June read 26 June 1683
ii 15f.e.  for 1682 read 1683
217 ii 29
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221 ii 24 Sidney, Sir Philip: for services read exercises
228 ii 27
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231 i 22f.e.  for 1542 read 1557 or 1560
232 ii 31  for Bacon read (Sir Nicholas) Bacon
236 ii 14-12 f.e. Sidney, Robert, 1st Earl of Leicester: for During the political disturbances . . . at Flushing; read Sidney spent much time at Flushing during 1598 and the following years;
6f.e.  after iv. 28-9). insert During the political disturbances due to Essex's rebellion in the winter of 1600-1 he was the chief channel of communication between the court and Essex (Sloane MS. 1856, ff. 10-13 b; State Papers, Dom. 11 Feb. 1600-1).
244 ii 12 Sigebert (fl. 626) : for was one read who was one
256 i 19 Simeon, Charles: for Law's read the
268 ii 20 f.e. Simpson, David: for Shropshire read Yorkshire
310 i 11-10 f.e. Sinclair, Sir William, 3rd Earl of Orkney: for Elizabeth Douglas read Margaret, eldest daughter of Archibald, fourth earl of Douglas,
8 f.e.  after he had insert a daughter Catharine, who married Alexander Stewart, Duke of Albany [q. v.], and
314 i 8 f.e. Singer, Samuel Weller: after Alfred insert (1816-1898)
316 i 14f.e. Sion or John, Llywelyn: for a further account of the subject of this article see art. Llywelyn of Llangewydd.
317 i 1 Sirr, Henry Charles: for (1756 read (1764

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