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53 i 13 f.e. Manners, John, Marquis of Granby:after the day.' insert He left a sick bed on an inclement night (September 1760) during the cannonade of Brückermiihl to take command of his division and relieve General Zastrow, who had held the bridge for eight hours. Ligonier afterwards rallied him on his new cure for fever (ib. ii. 859).
ii 7-14 omit He left a sick bed . . . . (ib. ii. 359).
33 omit Windsor
34 for London read Belvoir
13 f.e. for the horse guards read the commandership-in-chief
54 i 22 after creditors insert Granby maintained his independence in the face both of the court and the public. George II respected and loved him; George III respected and feared him. He was the intimate friend of Lord Chatham, of Prince Ferdinand, and of Lord Holland, in all of whom he excited a sense of admiration. To serve political ends he was maligned by Walpole and 'Junius.'
35 for twice painted read twelve times painted
36-37 for and one of those portraits . . . . National Gallery, read The chief portraits are at Trinity College, Cambridge, Belvoir Castle, Petworth, Stowe, Audley End, Kelham Hall, and St. James's Palace. A crayon study (a bust) by Sir Joshua is in the National Portrait Gallery.
7 f.e. after originals, insert See the Newcastle Papers in the British Museum and Mr. W. E. Manners' Life of Lord Granby, 1899, 8vo.
ii 32 Manners, Sir Robert: for 1461) read 1461?)
2 f.e. Manners, Lord Robert: for second son read third son
65 ii 6 f.e. Manners, Roger, 5th Earl of Rutland: for uncle read great-uncle
5 f.e. for nephews read great-nephews
66 i 8 for Northamptonshire read Nottinghamshire
ii 34-35 Manners, Thomas, 1st Earl of Rutland: for Nun Burnham read Nunburnholme
78 i 4-8 f.e. Manning, William (1630?-1711): for was born, . . . . about 1680. read may bevwell identified with William Manning (son of William Manning) who, born at Cockfield, Suffolk, was educated at Stowmarket and was admitted a sizar of Christ's College, Cambridge, on 25 Oct. 1649, aged 16 (Henry More being his tutor).
79 ii 14 Manny, Sir Walter de: for second son read fifth son (the eldest son of the second marriage)
82 ii 7-9 Mansel, Henry L.: for the readership . . . . Magdalen College, read the Waynflete professorship in moral and metaphysical philosophy.
90 i 6 f.e. Mansfield, Charles B.: for Berkshire read Hampshire
92 i 27 Mansfield, Sir James: for the university of Cambridge read Trinity Hall, Cambridge
ii 26 Mansfield, Sir William R., 1st Lord Sandhurst: for Hampshire read Hertfordshire
114 i 31 Mapletoft, John: for Duchess read Countess
122 ii 2 f.e. Marcet, Mrs. Jane: for Francis read Anthony Francis
128 i 14 f.e. Marckant, John: for Purforte read Purfoote
132 i 11 f.e. Margaret, St. (d. 1093): for deserves read derives
158 i 4 Margetson, James: for Armagh read Arvagh
ii 12 f.e. omit eldest
6 f.e. after son insert (d. 1729)
161 ii 11-12 Marisco, Geoffrey de: for of the justiciar, Hugh de Lacy [q. v.] read [see Lacy, Hugh de, Earl of Ulster]
16 after justiciar insert Meiler Fitzhenry
162 i 20-21 for William, the earl-marshal, in 1224, read William Marshal [q. v.], Nov.-Dec. 1224,
4 f.e. after Lacy insert [q. v.]
ii 7 for Eichard, the earl-marshal read Richard Marshal
10-11 for the marshal read Marshal
163 i 13 for the earl-marshal read Richard Marshal
27 for Richard, the earl-marshal read Richard Marshal
175 ii 15-19 Markland, Abraham: Note that the poem numbered 3 was by the son, George Markland (see l. 4 supra), and not by the father, Abraham.