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ERRATA VOLUME XI

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184 i 7-8 Cockburn, Catharine : for In defence of Locke read ' Defence of Locke's Essay ' ii 14 f.e. Cockburn, Sir George (1763-1847) : after British army, insert He was G.C.H. in

1831.

185 ii 12 f.e. Cockburn, Sir George (177-2-1853) : for (1813) rend (1814) 18G i 5 f.e. for 1820 read 1828

Sf.e. after admiralty insert (1818-30 and 1884-5)

190 i 22 Cockburn, John : after D.D. insert although he was not presented for that degree

at Oxford until 27 May 1709 (HEABXE'S Collections, Oxf. Hist. Soc. ii. 202) 192 ii 21 Cockburn, William (1669-1739) : for 1796 read 1696

20 f.e. for when war broke out read but war broke out in 1702

199 i 12 Cockerell, Frederick P. : for Crayley read Crawley

12 f.e. after Hampstead insert (alterations only)

200 i 3 Cockerill, William : for or read and

ii 31 after Brit. Mus. Cat. ; insert Emerson Tennent's Belgium, 1841, vol. ii. 161-4,

174-85 ;

204 i 7 f.e. Codrington, Christopher : after gave him insert in May 1699

205 ii 4 Codrington, Sir Edward : for on 10 July 1821 read in 1825

207 ii 15 after 24 Oct. insert He was made G.C.M.G. in 1832, and was liberal M.P.

for Devonport 1832-9. 214 ii 9 Coetlogon, Charles E. de : for Martyn read- Martin

219 ii 8 Cogan, Eliezer : omit if not thrice

2 f.e. omit Mr. Milner

l.l. for Gibson read and and omit Lord Over-

220 i 1 omit stone

224 i 29 Cok, John: for In the Cottonian Collection read Among the Additional Manu- scripts 30-31 for (Plut. clxviii. c.) read (MS. Addit. 10392)

226 i 10-15 Cokayne, George : for compiled by .... 470, 982). read but this was the work of

Thomas Cokayne [q. v.] : George is merely one of the signatories of a recommen- datory letter addressed 'to the reader.'

227 i 8 f.e. Cokayne, Thomas : after published insert in collaboration with others

l.l. omit This statement is accepted

ii 1-6 omit in the Cockayne ' Memoranda ' .... in this work.

7 after Museum, insert But there is a copy in the Amherst College Library,

Massachusetts, from an examination of which it appears that Thomas was

the sole author. Henry Jessey prepared the two indexes, and appended is

the English-Greek grammar of Joseph Caryl [q. v.]

ii 28 Cokayne, Sir William : after alderman of insert Farringdon Without (1609-13),

of and for soon read (1618-8)

29 for afterwards read of Lime Street (1618-25) and of Broad Street (1625 till

death). He was governor of the Irish Society 1611-14

228 i 24 for Holderness read Holdernesse

4 f.e. Coke, Daniel P. : for All Souls read Queen's College

3 f.e. before B.A. insert He migrated to All Souls and graduated ii 2 for 1775 read 1776

5 omit tory

7 f.e. for prebends read prebendaries

242 ii 26 Coke, Sir Edward : for three read more

250 i 28 Coke, Thomas W., Earl of Leicester: after Edward insert who was "returned in his place for Norfolk

252 ii 7 Colbatch, John : after 207, yearly, insert which he held from 1702 to 1720,

10 after divinity, insert which he held from 1707 till death,

253 i 30 Colborne, Sir John, 1st Baron Seaton : before entered insert was educated at

Christ's Hospital and ii 1 after Peninsula, insert joining Wellington at Jaraicejo about 11 Aug.

3 for Venegas, read Cuesta, who was, however, replaced (12 Aug.) by General

Eguia before Colborne reached the Spanish headquarters. Eguia was superseded in Oct. by Areizaga

4 for he witnessed read Colborne witnessed 17 omit He commanded

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