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ERRATA—Volume LIII


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48 i 34 Smith, Sir Harry G. W.:before War Office Records insert Sir Harry Smith's Autobiography, 1901;
54 ii 24·26 Smith, Horatio or Horace: for and the authorship ... a new edition in 1890. read but Smith's name appeared on it in 1869, when it was issued as No. 8 in Bradbury and Evans's ‘Handy Volume Series’
70 i 5 Smith, John (d. 1612): for Brooks's read Brook's
75 ii 22f.e. Smith, John (fl. 1673-1680): for another read other
21f.e.  for edition 1723, read editions 1706 and 1723
76 i 13f.e. Smith, John (1659-1715): for Witten read Witton
88 ii 7f.e. Smith, John Sidney: for John Sidney read John Spry
91 ii 4f.e. Smith, John Thomas (1805-1882): omit in 1886
94 ii 12 Smith, Joshua T.: for grandmother read great-grandmother
95 ii 16  for two daughters read three daughters
104 ii 2 Smith, Richard (1590-1675): for MS. 338 read MS. 388
121 i 8 Smith, Sydney: for Hesslington read Heslington
ii 21  omit near Foston
126 ii 8-9 Smith, Sir Thomas (1513-1577): for ' Smythus Valdinatus . . . sive read ‘Gabrielis Harveii Valdinatis Smithus vel
127 ii 3  for 75 read 73
130 i 24 Smith, Thomas (1615-1702): for Hulton read Hutton
140 i 4 Smith, William (1460?-1514): for Chalgrave read Chalgrove
142 i 17·18 Smith, William (fl. 1596): for but its present whereabouts is unknown. read it is now in the British Museum (MS. Addit. 35186).
149 i 42-46 Smith, William (1756-1835): omit He was probably ... Portraits, p. 413).
ii 36  for a dissenter read a Unitarian dissenter
171 i 11f.e. Smithson, James: for brother read uncle
172 ii 30  after at Genoa, insert The cemetery with Smithson's tomb was demolished by the municipal authorities of Genoa during 1903 in making a city improvement. Smithson's remains were thereupon surrendered to the United States government, and were reinterred in Washington early in 1904.
176 ii 38 Smollett, Tobias G.: omit Black
180 ii 27  for Oporto read Lisbon
38  for 1774 (Letters read 1773 (Life, ed. Hill, v. 366-8; Letters
182 ii 26  after 1819-22 insert Smollett's ‘Continuation’ was also appended to a bookseller's issue of Rapin and Tindal, 1785-9
189 i 45 Smyth, Richard: for politician read divine and politician
50-51  omit B.A. in 1847
190 ii 35 Smyth, Sir Warington W.: for St. Erth's read St. Erth
205 ii 32 Snell, Hannah: for 1892 read 1893
206 ii 55-56 Snell, John: omit and John Wilson (‘Christopher North’)
208 i 32 Snow, John: for Robert Liston read William Fergusson
210 i 4 Soane, Sir John: after a mason insert (John Swan or Soane, who married Frances Hannington on 3 Feb. 1737-8)
218 ii 11 Somer, Henry: after pp. 274-86). insert He was keeper of the privy wardrobe 13 Feb. 1405.
16  for chancellor read was chancellor
17  for 23 Jan. 1413 read 20 June 1410 (cf. Wylie, Henry IV, iv. 47)
22  after exchequer insert which he was still filling in 1420 (Rymer, Fœdera, ix. 915)
14f.e. Somer, John: after 1380. insert He was alive on 10 Oct. 1409 (cf . Wylie, Henry IV, iv. 47, 218).
220 i 8f.e. Somers, Sir George: for Somerset read Somers
223 ii 4 Somers, John, Lord Somers: for Ryegate read Reigate
245 ii 7f.e. Somerset, John: for his ‘Life of Henry V’ read his metrical account of Henry V
252 ii 12f.e. Somerville, John: for guilty, and, with read guilty;
11f.e.  for was read were
253 i 5  for Margaret, read Margaret or Alice,
6  for had issue read Elizabeth had issue
16-15 f.e. Somerville, John S., 15th Lord Somerville: for unmarried read without issue

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