DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY
EKKATA IN VOLUME XXI
N.B. /.e. stands for from end and LI. for last line Page Col. Line
5 ii 14 f.e. ^
6 i 3 3 ' C ' f Garnett > Jolm : / or Lynam read Burdy
13 ii 14 f.e. Garraway, Sir Henry: for when Garraway read It is commonly stated in error
that then Garraway 9 f.e. after acclamation, insert Garraway's alleged speech was a tract written by
Hyde for publication. 7 f.e. for On his way home he read The writer of the published oration fancifully
asserted that Garraway on his way home
14 ii 44-45 Garrett, Jeremiah L. : for Christ's College read Christ's Hospital 30 i 3 f.e. Garter, Bernard : for Braystocke read Brigstocke
35 i 15 Gascoigne, Sir Bernard : for 17 Oct. read 24 Sept.
16-17 for thirty-one years at the rent of 207. read forty-four years at the rent of 20Z.
(Sloane MS. 856, f. 8).
ii 31 for Innsbruck read Austria
38 it 26 Gascoigne, George : for Gaston read Gascoigne (not Gaston, as printed in the
Calendar) 28-32 for But the identity of Gaston .... librarians assigned to Gascoigne read
There is little doubt that Gascoigne was the author of
23-19 for All the best evidence .... in pious exercises, read The ' Spoyle ' was re-
f.e. printed in Mr. Arber's ' English Garner,' vol. viii.
44 i 21 Gascoigne, Sir Thomas : for (1596 ? read (1598 ?
22 for 1596 read 1593
46 ii 39 Gascoigne, Sir William : for Harwood read Harewood
50 ii 16 Gaskell, Elizabeth C. : for her life read her married life
51 ii 8 for 1865, &c.) read in ' Household Words,' 1855, &c.)
10 for both 1865. read both of which appeared in ' Household Words,' the first
in 1853 and the second in 1855. 56 ii 27 Gassiot, John P. : for he endowed read he helped to endow
15 f.e. after Gassiot insert who was elected a fellow of the society,
62 i 39 Gataker, Thomas : for Goulson read Goulston
83 i 15 Gawler, George : after rank of colonel, insert In 1833 he contributed to ' The United Service Journal,' part ii., a paper called ' The Crisis and Close of the Action at Waterloo, by an Eye-witness,' which was reissued as a pamphlet (Dublin, 1833) and caused great controversy. Gawler contended that his own regiment (the 52nd), supported by the rest of Adams's brigade, and not the guards, defeated Napoleon's final attack. Gawler defended his contention against Sir Hussey Vivian in ' The United Service Journal ' for 1833, and was corroborated by W. Leeke in his ' Lord Seaton's Regiment at Waterloo,' 1866.