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DICTIONARY 

OF 

NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY 

ERRATA 



DICTIONARY 



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NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY 



ERRATA 




LONDON 
SMITH, ELDER, & CO, 15 WATERLOO PLACE 

1904 



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This collection of ' Errata ' has been prepared for presentation to subscribers 
to the * Dictionary of National Biography,' in conformity with that desire for 
ac curacy and completeness which actuated the projector and proprietor in all 
his relations with the undertaking. The work has been carried out by the 
Editor at the instance of Mrs. George M. Smith. 

With its Supplement the * Dictionary ' supplies some two million facts and 
dates, which have been recorded by nearly seven hundred v^iters. The 
sixty-three volumes of the substantive work were issued at quarterly intervals 
between 1 Jan. 1885 and 1 July 1900, and the three volumes of the Supplement 
followed in the early autumn of 1901. No care could exclude a certain 
percentage of errors from a work of such character and dimensions. The aim 
of this collection of 'Errata' is to correct the inevitable misprints and 
misstatements. In some instances it has been found necessary to justify 
the correction by adding to the information that is already given in the 
published article some reference to new researches. But the main endeavour 
is to remove, as briefly as is consistent with clearness, typographical mistakes 
or undoubted errors of statement which are liable, if unnoticed, to puzzle or 
mislead. 

The volume containing the * Index and Epitome ' of the ' Dictionary ' 
supplies a full and revised list of cross references. It has, therefore, been 
unnecessary to deal with cross references here. 

Various volumes of the * Dictionary ' have been reprinted from the stereo- 
typed plates in the course of the past few years, and before the reprinting 
was begun in each case several corrections were incorporated in the plates. 
JRecent purchasers of the 'Dictionary' will consequently find their sets to 
include some reprinted volumes in which many of the corrections that are 
noted here have been made already. 

Most of the ' Errata ' which are recorded in the following pages have been 
forwarded to the Editor by several hundred correspondents during the progress 
of the publication of the ' Dictionary,' or since its completion. To the 



PREFACE 



following correspondents who have devoted themselves to the correotion of 
Ihe ' Dictionary ' more or less systematically the thanks of the Editor are 
espeoiaUy dae, viz. the Bev. A. B. Beaven, the Rev. H. E. D. Blakiston, 
FbUow and Tator of Trinity College, Oxford, the Van. Archdeacon Cheetham, 
Mr. Fnnk Cundall, F.8.A., Secretary and Librarian of the Institute of 
Jamaica, Mr. C. L. Kingsford, Mr. H. EUiot Madge, Librarian of the 
Imperial Library of Calcutta, and Dr. .Tnhn Peile, Master of Christ's College, 
Cambridge. 

It ought also to be stated that full use has been made of the long list of 
corrections which the Rev. W. C. Boulter contributed to * Notes and Queries ' 
OD Ihe publication of each volume of the ' Dictionary/ and that Dr. Edward 
Scott, formerly keeper of manuscripts of the British Museum, has kindly put 
at the disposal of the Editor the manuscript notes which have been entered 
in ihe copy of the ' Dictionary ' belonging to his department 

SIDNEY LEE. 
SI Julij 1904. 



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ABBADIE ANNE 

N.B.— /.(?. stands tor from end and 1.1. for last line 

Abbot, George (1562-1633) : for Early in 1614 read In March 1611-12 

for Burton-upon-Trent read Lichfield 
Abbot, George (1603-1648) : for 1648 read 1649 

after training insert He was M.P. for Taxnworth from 1645 till his death 
for 2 Feb. 1648 read 2 Feb. 1648-9 
Abbot, Sir Maurice : for on his return read in his absence in July 1615 
for 10 Jan. 1641-2 read late in 1642 
offer buried insert on 7 Dec. 1642 

for in the Long Parliament read, in both the Short and the Long Parliaments 
Abbott, Edwin : for 12 May 1882 read 27 May 1882, and was buried at Kensal Green 
Abbott, Thomas Eastoe : add to list of ivorks ' Resignation, a poem on the death 

of Princess Charlotte,' Hull, 1817 
Abell, Williain : for 1637 read 1636 

for Ten years later .... alderman read In the same year he resigned his 
office of alderman. Ten years later Abell was again imprisoned 
Abercromby, Alexander (1745-1795) : after Alexander insert Lord Abercromby 

omit courtesy 
Abercromby, Alexander (1784-1858) : before in 1817 insert in the whig interest 
Abercromby, David : oynit Curiously enough and for so read So 

for by him read in which his name occurs 
Abercromby, James, 1st Baron Dunfermline : for On the accession .... 1827 
read On the accession of Canning to power in 1827 
15-17 for he was put forward .... Manners Sutton read his claims for the 

speakership were considered by his party in 1833, but Edward John 
Littleton, afterwards Baron Hatherton [q. v.], was chosen to oppose Charles 
Manners- Sutton [q. v.], who was elected. 

27 for 310 read 306 

37-38 omit received a pension of 4,000Z. a year, and 

42 i IGf.e. Abercromby, Sir John : for 1814 read 1815 

43 i 23/.e. Abercromby, Patrick : for 1716 read 1715 

44 i 23-25 Abercromby, Sir Ralph : for The war with France .... no hesitation read The 

war with France recalled him to military life. He had been made major- 
general in 1787, and in 1793 he had no hesitation 

28 omit promoted major-general and 

45 i 35 after Scotland add He held the governorship of Forts Augustus and George 

from 1798 till his death 

46 ii 8-2 /.e. Abercromby, Robert (1584-1613): for and to die ... . faith read but she died 

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4T i nfje. Abereromby, Six Bob«rt: for in 1781 read in April 1782 

\%fje. ofUr MyMK« add He was promoted major-general in the same year 

9»-a0 Abtnwtky, Jolm (1680-1740) : /or Coleraine .... UlBterrco^ Brigh, Co. Tyrone 
»/^. Abney, Sir Tbomat (1640-1722) : for that office on read that office. On 
for Louiu XIV. read Louis XIV, 

ufUr London add He wu a whig and an unsuccessful candidate for 
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Abney, Sir ThomM (d. 1760) : after became insert K.C. and attorney-general 

for the duchy of Lancaster in 1788, steward of the Marshalsea Court in 1736 
AeUnd, Sir John : for {d. 1618) read (d. 1620) 

for in 1613 read 14 Feb. 1619-20. (Will dated 9 Feb. 1619-20, proved 
4 July 1630) 
Acland, John D. : for minority read ministry 

for ni Oct. 1778 read 2 Nov. 1778 
Acl&nd, Sir Thomai D. : for Grillon's Club read Grillion's Club 
Acland. Sir Wroth P.: for in 1816 read on 8 March 1816 
Acworth, George : after year add he was M.P. for Hindon in 1563 
Ad&ir, Jaxnet : for From 1780 . . . Ferrars read From 1775 to 1780 he was whig 
M.P. for Cockermouth, and from 1798 until his death for Higham Ferrers. 

for As king's serjeant he read He became king's Serjeant in 1782, and 

omit prime 

for Ferrars read Ferrers 
Adair, Patrick : for 1563 read 1663 

for 4th ser. read Ist ser. 
Adair, Sir Bobert : after 1845 insert In 1828 he was made a privy councillor. 

omit For his services . • . order 

for His successful mission . . . and the grant read He was appointed G.CB 
(civil) in 1881, and the success of his mission was further rewarded by th< 
^rant 
Adam, Sir Charles : for January read August 

after M.P. insert for Kinross in 1831-2 and 

before from insert in Nov.-Dec. 1884 
Adam, Sir Frederick : omit and . . . K.C.M.G. 

for in 1824 read in 1821 
Adam, Bobert : The journal referred to was by James Adam [q. v.], not by Rober 
Adam, and relates to a tour in Itedy during 1760-1 (cf. Library of Fine Arts 
vol. ii. No. 9, Oct. 1831) 

90 i 87-48 Adam, William : for the general election read a bye-election after the genera 

election 

91 i 99-19 for (who was now attorney -general . . . Cornwall) read (who had becom 

fjg. solicitor-general to the Prince of Wales in 1802, attorney-general in 180! 

and keeper of the great seal of the duchy of . . . Cornwall in 1806) 
Yl fje. for tor the county of Kinross read for both the counties of Kinross an 

Kincardine, but he sat for the latter 

96 ii 16 f.e. Adams, Oeorge : after and insert was transferred to that 

18/.«. oinit resigned . . . and 

96 ii 1 Adami, John (1662-1720): after never printed insert He was vice-ohancellc 
of Cambridge University 1712-8 
Adami, Sarah F. : for 1827 read 1829 
Adams, Sir Thomas : for 1067 read 1668 

after offices insert He was M.P. for London in 1654 and 1656 
96 for 1««,7 read 1067-8 

106 ii 81 Adams, Willi TT '- • 1789): before In 1755 insert Ue was made prebendary < 
Ik 17, prebendary of LlandafTin 1749, and also precentor in tl: 

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Adams, William (1814-1848) : omit There is . . . century 
Adams, William (1772-1851) : for a descendant read of the family 
Adamson, John : for Quillanan read Quillinan 
Adamson, Patrick : for Anglicanae read Scoticanae 
Addington, Anthony: for commoner read scholar 

after school add 1758 
Addington, Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth : for 1783 read 1784 

after ally insert He was at first lord privy seal, becoming afterwax'ds lord 

president of the council 
for 1883 read 1836 

a/^e>' person insert He was high steward of Westminster from 1813 till his death 
Addison, John : for 1753 read 1793 

Addison, Joseph : after friends insert From 1704 to 1708 he was a commissioner 
.of appeals and for 1706 read 1705 
for 1707 read 1706 

for Elector of Hanover read Electoral Prince, afterwards George II 
after speaking insertKe wasM.P. for Cavan borough in the Irish parliament 
1709-1713 
Addison, Lancelot : for afterwards read in 1678 
Adela : for Poitoa read Ponthieux 

Adelaide, Queen Dowager : for Lord Melbourne's read Lord Grey's 
Adeliza of Louvain : omit ? after 1151 

for 23 March .... and read 24 March 1151 {Ann. of Margam) and 
Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge : for 1842 read 1825 
Adolphus, John L. : for received .... attorney-general read became solicitor- 
general 
after Durham insert 1855 
JElfred, King: for 871 read 878 
.Elfric, called Bata : omit (or the bat) 

JElfric, Crrammaticus : The suggested identification of .-Elfric the grammarian 
with ^Ifric, archbishop of York, is confuted in Dr. E. Dietrich's elaborate 
account of the former in Niedner's * Zeitschrift fiir Historische Theologie,' 
1855, XXV., pp. 487-594, and 1856, xxvi., pp. 163-250. Cf. ^Ifric's ' Lives 
of Saints,' ed. by Prof. Skeat, Early Engl. Text Soc, 1881-1900 
for St. George read St. Gregory 
£lfric (d. 1051) : For the use of puttock in the sense of kite cf. Shakespeare's 

' 2 Hen. VI,' Act iii. Scene 2, lines 191-3 
Affleck, *ir Edmund : after blue insert He was M.P. for Colchester from 1782 till 

his death, and was a supporter of Pitt 
Aglionby, Edward : after 1544 insert He was M.P. for Carlisle 1552-3 
13/.e. Agnew, Sir Andrew (1793-1849) : for Kinsale read Kingsale 
2 f.e. after former' insert In 1837 he was conservative M.P. for the Wigton 

boroughs and after third election insert for Wigtonshire 
180 ii 39 Agutter, William : after Agutter insert who had leanings towards the doctrines 
of Swedenborg 
Aldan : for Dalraida read Dalriada, and so through article 
Aikin, Arthur : omit at his brother's house 
Ainger, Thomas : for 1861 read on 19 Feb. 1859 

omit honorary 
Ainslie, George Bobert : for general read lieutenaiit-general 
for in 1813 read in June of the same year 
after promoted insert in 1813 

after employment insert He became lieutenant-general in 1825 
Ainslie, Sir Eobert : for 1804 read 1812 
Ainslie, Kobert : after Dunse insert Berwickshire 

after father insert Robert Ainslie (1734-1795) and after Douglas insert Hir 
Whitelaw Ainslie [q. v.] was his brother 
20 after 1888 insert He and his brother Whitelaw married sisters, the daugli - 

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190 ii «4-5 AiasUa. WhiUUw : /or Whitblaw (fl, I78d-1885) rwd Sia Whitblaw (1767-1887] 
is before »-a» i/jwt/ wm brother of Robert Ainslie |'1766-1838, q. v.]. Born on 

17 Feb. 1767 at I>uw*e, Berwickshire, he 
8/, .'■.,.'• He was knighted 10 June ISSH, and died 29 April 1837. 
lUu'hter of Col. James Cuninghame, of Balbougie, Fife 
I , • >vv died 17 March 1840, leaving an only child, Jane Catherine, 
who married Jaines C. Grant-Duff. Ainslie Douglas Graut-Duff, the 
iu>r'€tn(l son nf this marriage, a.ssumed, in 1866, the surname of Aiuslie 
^. ..■■.. '^ ' r was according to the Lancashire historians . . . , m 
m of Tliomas Ainsworth, yeoman of Swauton Morley, 
,3 baptised. He was admitted to Caius College, Cam- 
bridge, 15 Dec. 15«7, and resided there as a scholar for four years [Cams 
College Register). Roger Williams writes with small justification : 
IM ti 88 Ainiworth, Bobert : /or in one volume 7ea(l in two volumes 

41 for the Rev. B. W. B. Beatson read the Rev. B. W. Beatsou 

199 i ss Aio {(LVH): Note The only authority for the existence -of Aio is the si)uriou& 

* hiHlory * of Iiigulf, abbot of Croyland 
too ii !>• Airmy, Henry : after twin brothers insert Airay became prebendary of Canterbury 

in 1009 
9M t 9 f.e. Airey, Sir George: for in \%l^read in the same year, became lieutenant-general 
4 June 1811 
1 f.e. for in the same year read in 1812 

4/.r. omit was promoted . . . 1821 

/./. for in 1833 read on 15 Feb. 1833 

ti Sf-S4 Airey, Bichard, Lord Airey: for deputy adjutant-general read assistant adjutant 
general from 1847 to 1851 
85 after headquarters insert 1851-3 

203 i 8 f.e. before 7th regiment insert 17th regiment from 1860 to 1868 and of thc- 

ii 4 /or commission appointed in 1879 read committee appointed in 1879 by the 

commander-in-chief with the approval of the secretary of state for war 
6 for commission read committee 

•.itKJ ii 1.1. Aitkin, John : add He died at Edinburgh on 22 Sept. 1790 {Geiit. Mag. 1790, ii. 866) 
210 i 83 Akenside, Mark : after Christ's Hospital insert and to St. Thomas's Hospital 
ii 82-33 o;»?7 'An Epistle . ,1744. 

88 ajter 1760 add ' An epistle to the Rev. Mr. Warburton occasioned by hi& 

treatment of the Author of the " Pleasures of Imagination," ' 1744, some- 
times assigned to Akenside, is by his friend Jeremiah Dyson [q. v.j 
tlS ti «l-a AUbaiter, William : omit was made . . . Cathedral, 

22-8 f>r Tharfield read Therfield 

214 i 15/.f. Alan of Lynn: /or (./?. 1424 ?) read {d. 1421) • 

7 /.I-. odd Blomfield, Norfolk, viii. 525-0 

/./. Alan of Tewkesbury: add Epistola? Cantuarienses, ed. Stubbs, Rolls Seriesr 
pp. xl-lviii. 
.i 1 1 J' Aland, Sir John F. : after 1716 insert He became K.C. in 1714 

i • after the king insert He was whig M.P. for Midhurst from 1715 until he 

became a judge 
.:: Albany, Coontess of: for Louisa read Louisa Maximiliana Carolina Emanuh. 
(ifter her death insert on 29 Jan. 1824 
Albert, Prince: for (lO Feb.) read (10 Feb.) 
for 19 April read 10 April 
for (14 Dec.) read (14 Sept.) 

Albini, William de: /or the preceding read William de Albini (Brito) d. 1155-0 
fq.v.) 

Alchin, William T. : ufler rx>ndon itiserf in 1845 

Alcock, John: for 14«'i re^id 1471 

for 1474 real I 1476 

Aloock, Hathan : for Wirrel read Wirral 

Alcock, Simon : for {d. 1459 ?) read {d. 1458) 

Alcock, Thomae : for (d. 1508) read {d. 1564) 

Alder, Jofhua : for Eo«ter-Eve read 7 Aj)r. 

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Alderson, Sir James : for Dr. Lee, a dissenting ministei" read the Rev. George 
Lee, Unitarian minister. 

for clerk to a wine merchant read clerk in the army commiesariat 
Alderson, John : for 1758 read 1757 

after bom insert 4 June 1757 

omit and several .... Exercises ' 

Aldrich, Henry : after college insert He was vice-chancellor of Oxford in 1692 

Aldrich, Robert : for 1536 read 1534 

Aldridge, William : for Treveca read Trevecca 

Alesius, Alexander : after a book add viz. the ' Loci Theologici ' 

omit (The book .... a year later) 
Alexander III : for 1285 read 1286 
omit who .... household 
for Lewis read Lewes 
for 1284-5 read 1284 
for 16 Mar. 1285 read 16 Mar. 1285-6 
Alexander of Hales: for an archdeaconry read the archdeaconry of Coventry 

for in 1245 read on 21 Aug. 1245 (Le Neve) 
Alford, Henry : for in 1871 read 7 Jan. 1871 
Alison, Archibald: for (Mrs. Gerald) read the wife of Col. John Gerard, eon of 

Gilbert Gerard [q. v.] and adjutant-general to Lord Lake in India 
Alison,* Sir Archibald: for Cutlar Ferguson read Cutlar Fergusson 

for 1851 read 1850 
Allan, George : for 1812 read 1813-1818 
Alleine, Joseph : for Charles Sanford read Charles Stanford 
Allen, Bennet : for Calvebt, George read Calvert, Frederick 
Allen, John (1476-1534) : for even .... till 1515 read at least as early as 150o> 

when he became prebendary of Lincoln, till 1515 
Allen, John (1660 ?-1741j : after patented insert in 1729 
Allen, John (1771-1843) : after his death insert He was auditor of the duchy of 

Lancaster from 1841 till his death 
Allen, Ralph : for Coventry, Lichfield read Coventry and Lichfield 
Allen, Thomas (1542-1632) : for Peleusiensis read Pelusiensis 
Alley, William : for with the prebend of St. Pancras in that church read and to 

the prebend of St. Pancras in that church in 1559-60 
Alleyn, Edward: for 1622 read 1623 
Allibond, John : for St. Mary-le-Crypt read St. Mary-de-Crypt 

after ' Clerk's Register ' insert in Bloxam's Register of Magdalen College, 
Oxford 
Allin, Sir Thomas : for November 1670 read 15 Apr. 1671 

for 1785 read 1685 
Amherst, Jeffrey, Baron Amherst: /oi- and made governor of Virginia readHQ 
was made governor of Virginia in Sept. 1768 

359 i 20-22 for in 1780 colonel the 2nd Life Guards read in April 1779 colonel of the 

2nd Horse.Grenadiers, transferring him to the colonelcy of the 2nd Horse 
Guards in 1782 
361 ii 7 Amherst, William P., Earl Amherst: add He was gazetted governor-general of 
Canada on 1 Apr. 1835, on the nomination of Peel, but a change of ministry 
followed immediately, and he did not take up the appointment 

366 ii l.l, Amos, Andrew: a/Ye r Brompton insert serving from 1847 to 1852 and for 1848 

read in May 1849 

367 ii 15 /.e. after politics insert He died 18 Apr. 1860 

369 i 9-10 Amyot, Thomas: for having become treasurer . . . 1823 read as treasurer of the 

latter society from 1823 to 1847 
384 i 19 Anderson, John {Ji. 1799) : for T. Bursley read T. Bensley 

26-30 for His treatment of foliage . . . may be attributed read His treatment 

of foliage is seen to admirable advantage in the cuts in Bloomfield's 
'Farmer's Boy.' The first edition of this work (1800) states tluit the 
' ornaments ' were engraved by Anderson. Nevertheless its culs have 
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Aadrtwo*, L&ne«lot : be/ote His insert From 1589 to 1609 he was prebendary of 
Souiliwpll 
a/trr d*M insert (15»7-«) 
a/trr Eftitcx ituni He died 96 Sept. 1636 
AadrtWM, XoMbioa : for Holion read Hopton 

of BohaUA : for duke of Bedford read earl of Bedford > 

», QmMB of RiehArd III ; /</>• seven years old read five years old 
Anno :Bolt7B} (1507-1686) : omit (though . . . descended) 

/ T wati afterwards made duke of Norfolk read had his father's dukedom 
restored to hun 
1-0 /or It waa Marj- Boleyii . . . and being made, read Both sisters spent 

•ome of their early years in France. It would seem that Anne, then 
■eren years old, accomimnied her elder siscer Mar}-, when she went thither 
in the suite of Henrj- VIII's sister Mary, who was married to Louis XII in 
1514. Mar>- Boleyn was in England again in 1520, when she married 
William Carey ; wliile Amie, who became 
11 for she remained there read she remained in France 

88-4 for Sir William Gary read William Carey 

9S/^. for Sir Pierh Butler, son of the Earl of Ormond read the son of Sir 

Piers Butler, Earl of Onnond 
Anne of Denmark : for Upslo read Opsloe 
Anne, Queen : after letter insert (the original is at Longleat) 
omit [for further details . . . Gloucester] 
for flattered read fluttered 
for Trimmel rea/I Trimnel 
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3 i 10 Annesley, Arthur, Ist Earl of Anglesey : for 1672 read 1673 

10 fe \ /or Strafford ?*ear? Stafford 

4 i 16 Annesley, Francis, Viscount Valencia : for 1613 read 1614 

27 before In 1622 insert In 1625 he became M.P. for the county of Carmar- " 

then in the English imrliament 
8 ii 35 Annesley, Samuel : for the meeting-house read at the meeting-house 
33 i 15 Anson, George, Lord Anson : after administration insert He was M.P. for Hedon 

from 1745 to 1747 
36 ii 13 f.e. Anspach, Elizaheth, Margravine of : for 1780 read 1783 
87 i 34, 35 for Nevertheless .... separation read Three years later they separated 

39 ii 30 Anstey, Christopher : after other pieces insert ' A Serious Alarm to the People 

of Bath ' [1772] ; ' The Priest Dissected,* an exceptionally virulent satire 
34 for was a contribution read and ' Priest Dissected ' were contributed 

40 i 16 Anstey, Thomas C. : omit at Wellington College and 

l.l. omit the government of 

ii 30, 31 for he retired from parliamentary life read he failed in his candidature for 

Bedford, and his parliamentary life ended 

43 i 24 Anstis, John, the elder : for 1745 read 1744 

31-35 for Although a strong tory he voted . . . axnong the ' tackers ' read As 

a strong tory he voted for the bill for the prevention of occasional con- 
formity, and his name appeared among the ' tackers ' 
ii 37-8 for 1744-45 read 1743-44 

44 i 20 /.e. /o7' folio rea/Z quarto 

45 i 10 Anstis, John, the younger : for CoUton read Colyton 

11 f.e. Anstruther, Sir John : after 1790-96 insert and for Crail and Anstruther district 
of Burghs 1796-7. He was solicitor-general to the Prince of Wales 1793-5 
4/.e. for and created a baronet read and in 1798 was created a baronet 

j| ^'^' ) Anstruther, Robert : for June read January 1809 

50 i 33 Appleyard, Sir Mathew : for 1669 read 1670 

ii 15 f.e. for Headon read Hedon from 1661 till his death 

12. f.e. after State, insert was M.P. for Charlemont in the Irish House of Common* 

■ 1665-6, 
] 2-ll/.e. for in 1669 read on 20 Feb. 1669-70 

8/.e. f or vn. read ii. 

54 i 1 Aram, Eugene : for Netherdale read Nidderdale 

30 for a private school at Lynn Regis read the corporation school of Lynn 

Regis 
61 ii 6 Arbuthnot, Charles: after St. Ives insert and in 1880-1 the constituency of 
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h r in 18411 nad on 26 Jan. 1849 
Archdall, Mcrryn: a/ttr cathedral insert this he resigned in 1772 
Archer, John (1598-1682) : fat Hide read Hyde 

/or 16«>1 nnd 1672 
Arden, Riehard P., Baron Alvanley : for In 1782 he became M.P. for Newton 
reud In 1783 he became M.I', for Newtown (I. of W.) 

for a year later read two years later 
Ardmillan, Lord: for Crawkurd read Cralfird 

Arkwright. Sir Richard : for Reed read Need 

/ur That Ark wright was not over- sci-upulous .... the character of a barber 
read It has been argued in en-or that Arkwright misdescribed his occupa- 
tion in his first patent, but as a matter of fact he merely described himself 
there as ' of the town of Nottingham in the county of Nottingham,' nor 
was any trade mentioned in his second patent 



M /or inventimis of Paul .... patents rmd invention of Lewis Paul \o. v. I 

who had obtained a patent 
ST omit and 1758 

4S-4€ for Not only did Paul .... adopted read Anotlier of Paul'ti machineu 

patented in 1758 did not include spinning by rollers 
61 for it is now known that read according to the somewhat disputable 

evidence of Baines 
•7 i 40 Arxnine, or Armyne, Lady Mary : for Lady Mary read Mary, Lady 
§4 i iSf.e. Armstrong, John (167.V1742j : for 1678 read 1674 

21 f.r. after 1742) insert * Chief Engineer of England, born at Ballyard, King's Co., 

81 March 1674, was eldest son of Robert Annstrong, who married Lydia, 
daughter of Michael Howard of Ballyard. He saw much active service 
under the Duke of Marlborough and Prince Eugene. He 
•4 i 16-14 fttr He appears .... England,' read He was quartermaster-general from 

f.e, Jan. 1712-3 and 'Chief Engineer of England' from Nov. 1714 till his 

death on 25 Apr. 1742. In 1716, while Armstrong was surveyor-general of 
the ordnance, "Woolwich Arsenal was founded, but though the development 
of the scheme owed much to his co-operation it is doubtful if it was initiated 
by him [see Scualch, Andrew]. He 
/./. after the ^ Report' insert He married on 20 Sept. 1714 Anne Priscilla, 

daughter of Major Burroughs, and left five daughters, of whom the 
second, Anne, became second wife of Benjamin Hoadly (1706-1757) [q. v.] 

ii * 6^ I ^^ Badesdale read Badeslade 

M ii 11 Armstrong, John (lHiy-1856): ci/<e>- truer *<<4it'/-f populai-ity 
100 i ia-11 Armstrong, Sir Thomas: omit ioined Ormond .... and 
/•' 
«i 86 after Stafford insert in the two parliaments of 1679 and in the one of 1681 

108 i 14 />. Amald, Riehard : after was insert senior wrangler in 1766 
ilfu^. for preceptor read sub-preceptor 

7/.«. after cunoo of Windsor insert in 1779 

106 i 26 /jf. Ame, Thomas A. : fur In the same year read On 12 Jan. 1784 
24/^. omit {lii Dec.) 

22/.^. for Early in the following year read Shortly afterwards 

ii U/^. fur 80 March rea^l 20 March 

llf ii 24 Arnold, Thomas (1795-1842) : after his father insert William Arnold 

»0 aftrr the heart insert on 8 March 1801. (There is a tablet to his memory in 

Whippingham church.) 
Ill I 22-28 for other Hermons .... lifetime /tati 'Chnstian Life' (1841) and two 

potfthumouitly published volumes of sermons (edited by Mrs. Arnold in 
1842 and 1846) 
Arnold, Thomaa J. : for Stephen read Samuel 

omtt This wan .... apfieared 
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Arnott, George A. W. : for Lighthill cemetery read Sighthill cemetery 
Amway, John : or}iit Lichfield and 

Arrowsmith, John (1602-1659) : otnit and .... Cambridge 
for St. Catherine's Hall read St. John's College 

after University insert Avas ajipointed in 1651 Regius Professor of Divinity 
for 1649 read 1653 
Arthur, Duke of Brittany : for 1189 read 1187 
Arthur, son of Henry VII : after the Bath insert and in 1491 knight of the 

Garter 
Arthur, Sir George : for 1823 read 1824 

for in 1853, .... year read was promoted major-general in 1846 and 
lieutenant-general in 1854. He died on 19 Sept. 1854 
Arundell, of Cornwall : for Perranzabulae read Perranzabuloe 
Arundell, Lady Blanche : for Lady Blanche read Blanche, Lady 
Arundell, Henry : for 26 Dec. read 29 Dec. 
Arundell, John [d. 1477): for the deanery read a canonry 

Arundell, John {d. 1504) : after living insert He became treasurer of Hereford in 
1464 and prebendary in 1476 
14 f.e. Arundell, Sir John (1576-1656 ?) : for 1623 read 1643 

tor He was at different times .... Michell read he was M.P. in 1597 for 

Michell 
after Edward I insert In 1601 and 1621 he was M.P. for Cornwall, in 1624 
for St. Mawes, and in 1628 and the Short Parliament of 1640 for Tregony 
Arundell, Bichard : for 1639 read the Short and Long Parliaments of 1640 

hefore and insert He was elected M.P. for Beeralston in 1660, and again in 

1662 
for 1664 read 1664-5 
Ascham, Boger : for John Tindal read William Tyndale 

for of whom read and 
Asgill, Sir Charles : for the colonelcy of the 85th Foot in Oct. 1806 read the 
colonelcy of the 3rd West India Regiment in 1806, that of the 85th foot in Oct. 
of the same year 
160 i 3 Asgill, John: a/^er Bramber iwser^ and was first elected for the place in 1699, 
retiring at the dissolution of 1700 
tor On the dissolution of 1707 read After the prorogation in 1707 
omit being returned to the next parliament 
24 /.e. Ashhumham, John: after the duke insev;; In 1628 he was elected M.P. for Hastings 
for 1648 read 1643-4 

after any other insert He was M.P. for Sussex from 1661 till his expulsion 
in 1667 for taking a bribe of 500?. from French merchants 
Ashburnham, William: after the household insert and was elected M.P. for 

Ludgers Hall in 1661, sitting till the dissolution of 1678 
Ashby, George (1724-1808) : for 920, 1006, 136 read 92 6-100 6, 109, 111, 112 
Ashhy, Sir John : after he died insert He was comptroller of the store- keeper's 

accounts in the navy from 1690 till his death 
Ashby, Sir Anthony : for 1627 read 1628 

after Eliz.) insert He was M.P. for Tavistock in 1588 and for Old Sarum in 

1593 
for 1627 read 1627-8 
Ashley, Bobert: fee/ore His mind insert He was M.P. for Dorchester m 1597 
Ashmole, Elias : for Martin read William 

omit commissioner 
Ashton, John {d. 1691) : before was clerk insert of the family of Ashton of 
Penketh 

178 i 19/.^ after 1690-1 insert being buried at St. Faith's under St. Paul's on the same 

day 
ii 4-5 for Ashton's widow .... Rigby read Ashton married in 1686 Mary, 

daughter of Edward Rigby of Covent Garden. She 
23 Ashton, Peter : for (Ji. 1546) read {d. 1548), translator, was prebendary of Lincoln 
in 1542, and died in 1548. (Le Neve's Fasti.) He 
187 i 26 Ash worth. Sir Charles : for 1825 read 1830 
190 i 8 Aske, Bobert : for On a tower read On the tower 

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tn U 11-10 AfUll, WiliUm : ^»r in the himx- v.nr . . tlie House r«arf after an unsuccess- 
fjf. fol coiiU-U ill 1806 was m ImoT r» turned to the House 

U 8/^. /or six »»uoce».»«ivo lYfi^/ si\.ii -m < <--vt' 

7/^. o//r»- Aubftequcntly iu»rrt from IMl 

4y>. rt//rr fille<l initrrt each of 

9y>. /oi M>Tvral rrati (our 

S08 I tt n/trr Loudon insert He died 7 March 1847 

MS ii U/^. Alttoj, Sir Jaoob: /or Manchester. Daring retid Manchester daring 

14 /jt, a/trr (S7 Oct. t insert a full atop 

fOS i 9 f"r Stow-tn-ihe-Wold rrad Stow-ou -the- Wold 

ji fo Astltj, John (</. 159C) : be/orr Maidstone ivaert Lyme Regis in the parliament of 
17&0 and 
Bl-M ""<*'/ liaving before .... Commons 

f If t 44 Alton, Sir Biehard : /or the Itockingham read Lord North's 

U 4/d«. Aaton, SirThomaa: a/trr part ituert He was M.P. for CUesliire in the Short 
Parliament of 1640 
tl» i « Atherton, Sir William : for 1852 read 1851 

ii Vi/j0. Atkins, Henrj : />>> He read Matriculating at Trinity College, Oxford, in 1574, he 
ttl i %i/ye. Atkins, William: for laVJ read 1681 

fff ii tfjt. Atkinson. James (1759-1889) : after grave ' innert In addition to his other acquire 
meiits, Atkinson had a remarkable talent for portraiture, and no less than 
eight portraits by him, variously in oils, water colours, and pen and ink, 
are in the National Portrait Gallery 
%fjg. for His works are : 1 read His only work is 

Afje. fori read The 

228 i 8 afttnr 8ro. innert UHually ascribed to our James Atkinson, was by James 

Atkinson, 1780-1852 [q. v.] 
tl8 ii \kfje. Atkinson, William : for within the bounds .... of York read in the ainsty of 

York 
tt7 i W Atkyns, Sir Edward : for Heusiugton read Bensington 
fli8 i \9fjB. Atkjns, Richard: for Newnham-by-Gloucester rer/c/ Newnham-on-Sevem 



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ifjf. ' Atkyns, Sir Robert : /or Saperton read Sapperton 

884 i 88-88 Atterbory, Francis : for been tliruHt .... the Reformation read been elected to 
the nia-stership of University College in 1670, had printed an attack upon 
the Reformation from the pen of Abraham Woodhead 
%ifje. after in reality %nnert in great part 

for 1711-12 read Aug. 1711 

/r/r biwhop of Rochester read dean of Westminster 
after He was arrested insert in 1722 
for in 1782 read on 22 Feb. 1781-2 

Lewis {d. 1698) : after in town iasert From 1690 till his death he was 
of Lincoln 
Attwood, Thomas : after wrote insert other anthemit 
Attwell, Hugh : f(rr Duborne read Daborne 

Anbrej, WlUiam : heOrre He died insert He was M.P. for Carmarthen Borough 
in 1884, Brecon in 1558, Hindon in 1559, Arundel in l.')62, and Taunton in 1592 
847 i 80 Anehmntj, Sir Samuel : for made a knight of the Bath read knighted 
88^ omit and .... 108rd regiment 

87-M for 1806 had been nothing .... Buenon Ay res, which read 1806 had been 

•Offeeted to Hir Home RiggH Popham [q. v.] when at the Cape by the 
of an American merchantman to the effect that the inhabitants of 
Video and Bu«miom Ayres were discimtented with their Spanish go- 
it, and Sir Home Popham recoi^nined that the seizure of a rich city 
Ayrea 
18 Inform and in 1810 ituert and made colonel of the 108rd regiment 

l»/jf. m/Ur pariiameal ituert became knight of the Bath 

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Audley, Edmund : for Hereford read Lichfield 

for Gevendale read Givendale 
Audley, Hugh : after money-lender insert admitted student of Inner Temple 
Nov. 1603, and called to the bar 1611 
after oi Literature ' mse?-^ Audley Street in west London, which runs through 
lands owned by him, was named after him. ' 

Audley, James : for 1309 read 1S8G 
for 1362 read 1367 
10-11 Audley, Thomas, Baron Audley: for Magdalen College, Cambridge .... He 
then came read Cambridge, apparently studying for a time at Buckingham 
College, which was founded in 1519. In 1542, two years before his death, 
he reconstituted the foundation at his own cost, and obtained a royal 
license to change its name to ' the College of the St. Mary Magdalene.' 
Audley was thus founder of Magdalene College, Cambridge 
after More insert In 1529 Audley was elected M.P. for Essex 
Aufrere, Anthony : form the preface .... in the reformation read (The * Tribute ' 
was really by Herder, and appeared under the title of ' Denkmal Ulrichs vou 
Hutten ' in the ' Teutsclier Merkur ' for July 1776, being reprinted in a spurious 
edition of Goethe's works in 1779 ; see Herder's ' Werke,' ed. Hempl, xv. 855.) 
Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex : after 1773 insert He was made K.G. in 1786 

for 1839 read 1838 
Austen, Jane : for July read Januaiy 

[ Austin, John (1618-1669) : for Hicks read Hickes 

Austin, John (1790-1859) : after Timon insert [Cormeuinj 
Awdelay, John : for 1575 read 1567 

Aylmer, John : after persuasion insert He resumed the Stow archdeaconry in 1559 
before For the next insert and received three prebends in Lincoln 
Cathedral 
Aylmer, Matthew : before After the peace insert and was also appointed a lord 
01 the Admiralty 
after peerage insert of Ireland 

after Balrath Insert He had been elected whig M.P. for Portsmouth in 1695 
and for Dover in 1697, 1718, and 1715 
Ayloffe, John: after (iii, 186) insert together with another poem 'On the- Cam- 
bridge Commencement, by Captain Ayloffe ' (iii. 188-9) 
Ayloife, Sir Joseph : for Cowdry read Cowdray 
Aymer de Valence [d. 1200) : for 1852 read 1252 
Ayreminne, Richard de : after Norwich insert He became prebendary of York in 

1316 
Ayreminne, William de : after Salisbury insert Hereford 1320 

for he is said .... received read while livixig in France, he received 
for and to have .... pope's nomination read The pope was then at 
Avignon, and Ayreminne immediately obtained his nomination 
Ayscough, Francis : for 1766 read 1763 

for Bristol .... Magazine * read Bristol in 1761. He died 16 Aug. 1763 
Ayscough, Samuel : for John Wane read Hans Sloane 
Baber, Sir John : for Marcli 1660 read March 1660-1 
Babington, Francis : for Keymes read Keynes 
Babington, Oervaise : for prebendary read prebend 
Backwell, Edward: for Lihscomb's read Lipscomb's 
for the same year read 1678 
for 1680 read 1681 
for 1657 and .... and the city read 31 Jan, 1659-60, and was discharged 

from that office on payment of 700/. on 13 June 1661 
for Libscomb's read Lipscomb's 
Bacon. Ann : for Ladv Ann raad. Ann, Lauv 

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8l Albiuis'and sat for the former) 
0jUr cwooroes in$rft Bacon had been elected for Ipswich, St. Albans, and 
Cambridge University, and tat for the last 
Bmm. JekB <1740-1799): for Whiiaeld's rea4l Whitefield's 

Bacon. Sir Nicholas: «i/Vr>r Cambridgeshire in»ert and next year was elected M.P. 
for Dartmouth 
fur ih. rea<l Hint. C>>mm. MSS. Rpt. 

after 15<J*2 insfit in which year he had been elected M.P. for Beverley 
for son of the lord keeper's fourth son read fourth son of the lord keeper's son 
after 1604 insert was M.P. for Norfolk in the same year 
mil for SuiTolk (ISO-i-S) 
BaeOB, Bobert: <(/>«•#- Edmund Rich insert which has been identified with the 
MS. C 12, 9 at St. John's College, Cambridge. A fragment, or a fragment 
of an abridgment of it, is at the end of Lambeth MS, 185 (cf. Wilfrid 
Wallace, St. Edmund, 189S, pp. 5-CK 
29 for this reatl the life 

8S-5 omit hut as a separate work .... authority 

mS i 1 fx. Badew, Richard : nfter 182G insert and again in 1838 
S8B i « Badiley, Bichard : for {ji. 1C49-1G56) read [d. 1657} 
980 i lS-18 for In the summer of 1656 read On 14 Feb. 1655-6 

IS after the Downs insert i Public Intelligencer, 11-18 Feb. 1655-6) 

17-19 for he probably died .... whilst read he died in August 1657, according to 

the announcement in 'Mercurius Politicus,' 11 Aug. 1657 
104 i 6/.«. Ba^hot, Walter: after of thought insert He was the unsuccessful liberal candi- 
date for Bridgewater against George Patton [q. v.] in 1866 
S00 i 18 Ba^t, Lewis : umit was 

34 fir his deanery read the deanery of Christchurch 

ii 9-11 Bagot, Richard: for Blithfield .... Worcester read Blithfield. In 1812 he 
iK-t-ami- i»rebendai7 of Lichfield ; in 1817 canon of Worcester, and in 1822 
tiUion of Windsor ; he was appointed dean of Canterbury 2 Sept. 1827 
18 after D.D. insert he held the deanery of Cajiterbury in commetulani 

4M ii 14 BafOtt Sir William : after {CUcm. 1 H. IV) insert He was M.P. for Warwickshire 

in »'l<'ven piirljamcnts, from Feb. 1887-8 till his death 
401 I l'> Bacihaw. Christopher: before About 1579 itisert In 1578 he was made preben- 

tlary of Lichfield 
400 i 10/^. Bagshaw, Henry: before and insert in 1668 
/.«. for Barnaby rend Barmby 

t/^, for 1681 read 1080 

404 i « Bafshaw, William: /o/- Chalmarton read Chelmorton 
411 i 28 /•. Bailey, Thomas: /or Gillingham /PrtfZGilling 

n \tf^. Baillie, Charles (1542-1625) : f,r Rudolfi read Ridolfi 
41S i 15 f,r L.H.S. read I.H.S. 

ii 20 Baillie, Charles, Lord Jerviswoode (1804-1879) : for 1688 read 1684 
410 ii 0-7 Baillie, John (1772- 18JJ8| : for from 1880 to 1882 read in 1880 and from 1882 
till his death next year 
»< h'fore He was elected innert He was a moderate whig supporting Catholic 

•'mancif»ation but opposing the Reform Bill 
400 ii 12-8 Baillie, Matthew : for Duntisboume read Duntisbume Abbots 
4tl i H Baillie. Robert (1599-1662) : /b<- James Cliarles Stuart /trt/Z Prince Chailes Edward 

Htnart 
4M. ii 17 BoUy, Bdward H. : for British read Bristol 
400 ■ ' BaiBbrldfs, Christopher: for l8li read 1511-2 
407 Bainbrigge, 0ir Philip: for on 81 March 1854 read in May 1860 

400 . .* Baio«, James: '/r/ii/ a tradition runs that 

10 'ifti r lyfinlV SupiMT tluTi- insert in twcordance with the principle of his 

lifnomirmtion 'to hold communion with all visible saints ' 
Jor Whitfield rea4l WhiUfield 
Balaes. Matthow T. : for I^r.l UuK*«ll'g read I^ord .Tohn Ru«k<.11'h 
Baiaos. Thomas <1H22-187&): for 1876 read 1875 
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vi ii 4 List of "Writers : insert E. S Edward Smith 

3 ii 36-7 Baker, David : for hitherto unpublished read published iu Ellis's ' Original 
Letters,' 2ud ser. iii. 256 

12 i 21 Baker, Sir John {d. 1558) : after law insert on 12 May 1520 he was made under- 

sheriff and judge of the Sheriff's Court of London (Letter Book N, fo. 

136 b). That post he held until he was appointed recorder of London in 

Nov. 1526 (i6.0, fo. 168 b). 

23 after Denmark insert In 1529 he was elected to parliament for both Bed- 

' ford and City of London and sat for the latter constituency till 1536. 

He was subsequently M.P. for Guildford 1542-4, Lancaster 1545-7, 

Huntingdonshire 1547-52, Bramber 1553, and Kent from 1554 till his death. 

for Not long afterwards reo/? In July 1585, when he resigned the recordership 

24, 25 omit elected speaker .... subsequently 

27 after exchequer insert Two years later, 1547, he was elected Speaker. 

19 f.e. after office insert of chancellor of the exchequer 

13 i 6 Baker, John (1661-1716) : after 1716 insert He was whig M.P. for Weymouth iu 

1713, was unseated on petition next year, was re-elected in 1715. 
15 after death insert was whig M.P. for Hythe in four parliaments from 1722 

till his death 

14 i 35 Baker, Philip : after He insert was proctor at Cambridge in 1549 and 

38 after appointments ; insert he was a prebendary at Hereford 1560-9. 

ii 15 f.e. Baker, Sir Bichard : after Baker insert was M.P. successively for Horsham, 
Lancaster, Bomney, and Shoreham in the parliaments between 1554 and 
1558. He 

15 i 5 before In 1603 insert In 1598 he was elected M.P. for Arundel and in 1697 

for East Grinstead 
Balcanquhall, "Walter, D.D. : for 1624 read 1624-5 
Baldock, Sobert de : after pluralities insert He held prebends in the cathedrals 

of Lichfield and Lincoln 
Baldwin, George : for 1818 read 1826 

for was born .... uncertain read son of William Baldwin, hop merchant 

in the Borough, was born about 1743. 
for from Cyprus .... death read of the death of his brother, consul at 

Cj'prus. 
for 1778 read 1798 

after Baldwin insert died 19 Feb. 1826, aged 88 {Gent. Mag. 1826, i. 283). He 
after her insert Dean Burgon wrote a memoir of Mrs. Baldwin, his great 
aunt, who died in 1839 [Gent. Mag. 1839, ii. 656-8). 
88 i 19 f.e. Baldwin, Sir Timothy : after 1660) insert holding the office till 1663. 

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4S i IS Bale, Jolm : /•« 15&9 /-tra</ 1558 

57 ii IS Balfoor. Netbit: after Burgbs intert from 1790 to 1796 

14 iijtrr Arundel interi from 1797 

15 iiftrr made insert colonel of the 9Srd regiment in 1798 and 
«1 i 1 Balguy, John: /u» 1727 rfrtd 1727-8 

19 BftlfXty. Thomai : fur 1785 read 1795 
10 /.r. itftff shire insert He was a prebendary in Lincoln cathedral from 1748 till 

his death. 
18/.*. for Salisbnry read Winchester 

17/.«. '""it the line 

79 i 90/^. Ball, John (1585-1640) : for Treatise read Catechisme 

Itf^. for a William Seaman in 166G read William Seaman [q. v.] in 1660 

76 ii 81 Ball, Nicholas : afttr Inn insert and one of the king's Irish Serjeants. 
Uf^. for 1885 rtad 1886 

81/^. after Ireland insert in July 1838 

88 ii 6-8 />. Balmford, Jamei: for Andrew Barnes read Ambrobe Barnes 
188 i 8 Bampfield, Thomas : for {Ji. 1658) read {d. 1698) 

ii 17/>. Bampfylde, John C. : for vii. 809 read iv. 801 
101 i 9f.e. Bampton, John : for in 1751 read 2 June 1751, aged 61 

(The articles on John van der Banck and Peter van der Banck are re-written 
*J* under the headin<;s Vanderbank, John, and Vanderbank, Peter. (See volume 

^•* I Iviii. pp. lOO-lOl.) 

9i/.«. Bancroft, Edward : after Priestley insert was born at Westfield, Massachusetts, 
9 Jan. 1744. He received only a rudimentary education, and after a 
few years' apprenticeship to some trade ran away to sea. In 1768 he 
settled in Guiana, where he practised medicine. He afterwards removed 
to England, where he was elected F.R.S. 20 May 1778. Meanwhile he 

108 i 6 after them insert Bancroft died at Margate on 8 Sept. 1821. Edward 

Nathaniel Bancroft [q. v ] was his son. 
107 ii 80, 81 Bancroft, John : for the resignation of Dr. Samuel Harsnett read the promotion 
of Dr. Samuel Harsnett to the see of Chichester. 

109 ii 7 Bancroft, Bichard: for In April 1585 read On 10 Feb. 1585-6 

4f.e. afttir &c. insert He was a prebendary of Canterbury from 1595-7. 

115 i 28 omit the cross reference Bangor, Hugh 

ISO i 9 Banister, Bichard : for 1624 ? read 1626 

tfje. for was living .... about 1624 read was buried at St. Mary's, Stamford, 

et tea. Lincolnshire, 7 April 1626. His wife Anne was buried there on 16 April 

1624. 
ii 4 Banister, Sir William : for {fl. 1718) read {d. 1721) 

27 after 787) insert He died at Turk Dean on 21 Jan. 1720-1, and was buried 

in the church there (Hist. Beg. 1721, Chron. Diary, p. 6). 
181 i 8/.c:. Bankes, Henry: after year insert and was returned without opposition in 1880 
ifjt. for 1880 read 1831 

ii 10 for Woodward read Woodley 

19/.*. Bankes, Sir John : after parliament imert in 1624 for Wootton Bassett and 
Bankes, Lady Mary : fcr Lady Mary read Mary, Lady 

Bankes, William John : after 1811 imert He was a tory like the rest of his famUy 
fur 1821 read 1822 
for 1825 read 1826 
for 81 read 32 

for lobt this seat read voluntarily retired 
Banks, John : for Mention is made .... British Museum read On the title-page 
of an edition of his i>oem» in two volumes (London, 1788) his name is spelt 
Banck H 
Banks, Sir Joseph : omit after taking .... degree 

after Deal insert On 21 Nov. Banks was created Hon. D.C.L. at Oxford 
Bankwell, John de: after laOH read He had been alderman succoesively of 
Crijii.Iegat4j (1286-9) and Dowgate (1291-8) wards, and was the first 'clerk' or 
Town Clerk of I»ndon on record. {Cf. Letter Book A, fo. 74 b, under date 
Nov. 1284 ) He lout his life by being trampled on at court at Edward II's corona- 
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139 i 29 Bannerman, Anne : for (ft. 1816) read {d. 1829) 

ii 1,2 /or We have not .... caxeex read She died at Portobello near Edinburgh 

on 29 Sept. 1829. 
18 /.e. Bannerman, James, D.D. *. for Ormond's read Omond in 

^^^ }. ^■^^' I Barclay, Alexander : for Much Badew read Great Baddow 

167 ii 35 Barclay, Joseph : for 1881 read 1879 

175 ii 19 /.e. Bardelby, Eobert de : after 1321 insert He was a prebendary of York in 1305 

176 ii 33 Bardolf, William : for on read after and for 5 read 13 

182 ii 16 /.e. Barford, William : o/^er 1771 mseri He was proctor in 1761 
14 /.e. for 1761 read 1762 

191 ii 13 Baring, Charles Thomas : omit Thomas 

nf.e. for 1841 read 1861 

192 ii 17, 18 Baring, Sir Francis : for By 1830 .... years read At the time of his death 

19, 20 omit at the .... Baring 

28 after represented insert as a whig 

11 fe. for 1790 read 1772 

193 i 11 Baring, Sir Francis T., 1st Lord Northbrook : before without itisert in the whig 

interest 
1 fe. Baring, Thomas : for two .... 1838 read three subsequent occasions, 1837, 1838 
Sfe. for 156 read 165 

ii 12 after Baring insert He was chairman of the committee of Lloyds and, like 

Sir Francis Baring [q. v.], president of the London Institution 
27 Baring, William B., 2nd Baron Ashburton : for After the Eeform Bill he read 
He sat for Winchester from 1882 to 1837 ; up to that date he was a moderate 
whig, but it was as a Conservative that he 
7 f.e. for She read Lady Ashburton 

194 i 5 for no surviving issue read one daughter, Mary Florence, who married, 

30 April 1884, Lord William Compton, afterwards fifth Marquis of North- 
ampton 

195 i 25 f.e. Barker, Sir Christopher : for Eisebane read Rysbank 

201 ii 16-14 Barker, Hugh : omit and for several years .... in London 

fe. 

209 ii 6 Barker, Sir Robert: a/^erWallingford«>zse7-i in 1774 

213 ii 10 Barker, William : after 1571 i^isert and was M.P. for Bramber in that of 1562-3 

216 ii 17 Barkstead, John : for John read Sir John 

217 i 4 after Middlesex insert having been elected for Reading as well 

18 after 1659) insert He was elected alderman of Cripplegate Ward 22 Feb. 

1657-8 (Repertory 66, fo. 51), and held the office till discharged on the 
score of ' infirmity,' 31 Jan. 1659-60 {ib. 67, fo. 36 b). 

220 i 29 Barlow, Sir George H. : for 1847 read 1846 
ii 18 f.e. after Bath insert in Oct. 1806 

221 i 24 f.e. after a year insert He was made G.C.B. in 1815 

22 /.e. for February 1847 read 18 Dec. 1846 

222 ii Hf.e. Barlow, Peter : for 1827 read 1862 
225 ii 3 f.e. Barlow, Thomas : for 1657 read 1657-8 

229 ii IS f.e. Barlow, William (d. 1568) : for {d. 1568) read {d. 1569 ?) 

231 i 2/.e. /or August 1568 reafZ probably 10 Dec. 1569 

ii 13 for Wykeham read Wykeham, or more correctly Wickham 

233 i 12 f.e. Barlow, William (d. 1613) : for 1600 read 1608 
ii 24 for Mayer read Mayor 

234 i 4 Barlow, William (rf. 1825): a/ier James I mser^ was made prebendary of South- 

well in 1614 and of York in 1617 

235 ii 8-9 Barnard, Sir Andrew F. : for Mary .... Bovagh read his second wife, Sarah 

(Robertson), of Bannbrook, co. Londonderry 
54-55 omit In July .... Bath 

l.l. after clasps insert He was made K.C.B. in January 1815 

286 i 17 for in 1826 read 13 June 1828 

22 /.e. for grand cross read knight 

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/or 17«4 r0ad 1765 
J I /or 1801 r«Mi 1781 

( f.e. Barmard. John {d. 1688) : for Asgarky rra/2 Asgardby 
« Barnard, John i .^. 1686-08) : /or 1688 rrtwf 1688-9 
1 5/^. Barmard, Sir John : /or 1760 r^ati 1758 
14-U omit from 1760 .... Bridge Without 

18 Ar. aftrr which ifi«<»r/ altimately 

31-00 Barnard, Sir John : /or About 1758 .... and, after he had been dead read He 
was president of Christ's Hospital from 1740 till his retirement from the 
corporation and from public life in 1758. He, having been dead 
^ . for Jikne .... Palmerston read Jane married the Hon. Henry Temple 

' {d. 1740) and was mother of Henry Temple, second Viscount Palmers- 
ton [q. v.] 
Bamardiston, Sir Nathaniel : for Worthinesse read Worthlesnesse 

for Sir Nathaniel's only daughter read one of Sir Nathaniel's two daughters 
Bamardiiton, Sir Samuel : /or In 1668 read As early as 1661 he was a member of 
the committee of the East India Company. From 1668 to 1670 
for Skiptou rrad Skippon 
Bamardiiton, Sir Thomas : /or resigning through ill health read disabled as a 
royalist 

4 /.f. a/ter supported insert He was elected M.P. for Sudbury in 1661 on a double 

return, but was unseated 
i47 i 6-6 for frequently .... Suffolk read twice returned to parliament for Great 

Grimsby, 1685 and 1689, and thrice for Sudbury, Suffolk, 1690, 1695, and 
1698 
SIS i 17 Barnes, Bamabe : /or i. read ii. 
ii (t /or Wonders read Wordes 

8 /or Cambridge read Oxford 

S49 i 18 Barnes, Sir Edward: after 1813 insert He was lieut.-governor of Dominica 
1808-12 and was gazetted lieut.-governor of Antigua Dec. 1818, though he 
did not take up the appointment 
S6 a/ter He insert was colonel of the 4th garrison battalion 1815-16 and 

SB after 1819 insert He was colonel 1st battalion rifle regiment 1820-2 

tl/j8. /or M. A. Taylor, Esq. read the Right Hon. Michael Angelo Taylor [q. v.] 

%i /je. he/ore the borough insert in the conservative interest 

116 i 18 Barnes, Robert: for mid-Lent Sunday read the third Sunday in Lent 
US i 18 Barnes, Thomas (1785-1841) : /or he criticised read he suffered Dean Blakesley to 

criticiKe 
MS i IS/^. Bamfleld, Richard : for Dorlestone read Darlaston 

it W /jf. Bamham. Benedict : a/ter sheriff insert He was M.P. for Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, 
in the parliament of 1597 
8/.f. /or Alice read Dorothy 

164 ii /./. Bamaton, John: /or 1600 7-^^ 1600-1 
fli ii tl /ye. Barri, Isaac : be/ore Tlirough insert He was lieut.-colonel-commandant of 106th 

foot from 1761 until he was deprived in 1768 
m ii i/y. Barrett, John (1755J-1821) : /or J. R. Abbott read the Rev. T. K. Abbott 
MS ii U/^. Barrett. William: /or 15 Sept. read 18 Oct. 
WO ii 10 /.r Barring^ton, John S., 1st Viscount Barrington : for Sheriff of Bristol read a local 

trfaig laader of Bristol, where he was sheriff, mayor, and M.P. 
Ml i 9/^. Barriagtoa* Sir Jonah : /or 1792 read 1790 
1/j'. /or nw read im 

t/x. /or 17W read 1798, and for Bannagher read Clogher 

6-4 /.*. /or the diMolution .... in 1800 read January 1800. He contested Dublin 

City nnsaooMMfnlly in 1802. He was knighted in May 1807. 
MS ii tIS BarrlBfteA, taaaal : a/ter his flag innert He hud been colonel of marines 1770-6 
(whan ha was promot«d to flag rank), wati liout.-general of marines 1786-99, and 
general of marinee in suocesHion to Lord Howe from 1790 till his death 
1»i it 9 BarriaftML WUllaa W., Snd Vlsconnt Barrington: /or Lord Shclbume's read 
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Barrow, Isaac (1630-1677) : for Spivey read Spiney 
for 1672 read 1672-3 

after rest insert He was vice-chancellor of Cambridge in 167r> 
after died insert on 4 May 1677 
305 i 17 f.e. Barrow, Sir John : for near Ulverston read in the parish of Ulverston 
9/.f. for thyme read gorse and bracken 

8 f.e. omit the Hill of 

Barry, Sir Edward: for 1745 read 1743-4 

Barry, George : omit and the occurrence . . . . ' mort-cloth ' 

Barry, James, Lord Santry : for 1672 read 1673 

for 1672 read 1672-3 
Barry, Sir Redmond : after 1877 insert when he was made a K.C.M.G. 
Barth^lemon, F. H. : after 1808 insert He was a follower of Swedenborg 
Barton, Bernard : for Major E. Moor Wood ' read Major E. Moor,' Woodbridge 
Barton, Edward for and appears read and was at Constantinople in 1584 (of. 

Sanders's 'Voyage in Tripoli ' in Abbeb's Garner, ii 24 seq.) He appears 
Barwell, Richard ; for 1784 read 1781 and for as read as a tory 

after for insert Helston, in 1784 for 
Barwick, John : after Cathedral insert in 1641 

after emolument insert with which was combined the prebendal stall of 

Oxgate 
after London insert on 22 Oct. 1664 
Basire, Isaac : for 1809 read 1869 
Baskerville, Sir Thomas : after 1589 insert He was M.P. for Carmarthen borough 

in the parliament of 1592 
Bass, George ; after South America add Bass's Journal was printed in the 

' Historical Account of New South Wales,' 1799, by David Collins [q. v.] 
Basset of Cornwall : for [See also De Dunstanville] read Family of 
Basset, Sir Francis : for and M.P. for read of 

after Tehidv insert He was M.P. for St. Michael's in the short parliament of 
1640 
Basset, Francis, Baron Dunstanville : after parliament insert from 1780 to 1796 
Basset, Richard : for 1154 ? read 1144 ? 

Bastard, John P. : for Devonshire in parliament 7eaf? Truro in parliament in 1783-4 
and Devonshire 
omit as a member .... party 
Baston, Philip : for monk read friar 

Bates, Joah : after a year insert He was a commissioner of the Sixpenny Oflftce 
1772-6, and of Greenwich Hospital from 1775 till his death 
for this read his post-office 
for Soon after this read In 1785 
Bathe, Henry de : for duke of Cornwall read earl of Cornwall 
Bathurst, Allen, 1st Earl Bathurst : for 1784 read 1684 

Bathurst, Henry, 2nd Earl Bathurst : after 1736 add He became K.C. in 1745 
omit (1745), and after to the prince insert (in 1746 and 1747 respectively) 
Bathurst, Henry, 3rd Earl Bathurst * after 1794 insert He was M.P. for Ciren- 
cester 1783-94. From 1790 till his death he was a teller of the exchequer 
after Mr. Pitt, insert served as lord of the Admiralty 1783-9, lord of the 

Treasury 1789-91, and commissioner of the board of control 1793-1802 
for his read Mr. Pitt's 
omit This ... in 1809 

for subsequently read subsequently he 

after duke of Portland insert 1807-9, and under Perceval 1809-12, holding 

concurrently the mastership of the Mint from Oct. to Dec. 1809 ; he was 

also foreign secretary 
after council insert He was made K.G. in 1817 
after parties add He died on 27 July 1834 
Bathurst, Henry : after government add He died on 6 April 1837 

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410 i 5/^. Bathnrttf Ralph : he/ore and in 1691 insert From 1678 to 1676 he was vice- 

chancellor of Oxford 
ii 94 for Otmere read Oddington in Otmoor 

**• " Si Battel«y, John: for 1647 read 1646 

417 i 10-7 BatUley. Nicholas : for 1660 read 1648 

A- 

ii 8 for Newton read Nowton 

418 i 7 Battell, Balph : for 1686 read 1680 

411 i 88-93 Battine, William : for Throughout the reign of George IV read From 1812 to 

/.e. 1S27 

48S ii Bfj9. Baxter, Richard : after wife insert Margaret Charlton, and after maxried insert on 

10 Sept. 1W?2 
449 i 18-13 Bayley, Sir Edward C. : for He was . . . 1877 read He was made C.S.I, in 1875 

f.e. and K.C.S.I. in 1878 

446 ii 91 Bayley, Walter : for 1592 read 1598 

84 aftei' 1581 insert He was in the service of the Earl of Leicester (cf. 

Leicester's Commonwealth) 
86 for 1592 read 1592-8 

446 i 6 after authorities add Bayley also wrote ' A Brief Discourse of Certaine 

Bathes or Mineral Waters in the Co. of Warwick,' London, 1582 
449 i 6 Bayly, Lewis : before On his patron's death insert He was treasurer of St. Paul's 
1611, prebendary of Lichfield 1618-14, and archdeacon of St. Albans 1616 
ii life. Bayly, Thomas: after Bajigor insert and became prebendary of Lincoln in the 
same year 
Baynard, Fulk : for {d. 1306) read {fi. 1226) 
Baynes, Adam: for 1631 read 1622 

for was born in 1631 read son of Robert Bajmes, was baptised at Leeds 

parish church on 22 Dec. 1622 
for Northamptonshire read near Leeds in Yorkshire 
Baynes, Ralph : for France read Paris 
18 /.«. Beach, Thomas : after 1788 insert He was president of the Society of Artists in 
1783 
Beadon, Sir Cecil : before and finally iyisert 1860-2 
after Bengal add 1862-6 
401 ii 8 Beadon, Frederick : after 1875 insert He held the prebend of Compton Bishop 
from 26 May 1809 till his death 70 years later. He was also chancellor of Wells 
Cathedral from 1825 till his death 
469 i 16 Beadon, Richard : after Denmark insert He held the prebendal stall of Reculver- 
land in St. Paul's Cathedral 1771-5 
17 after London insert with the prebend of Mapesbury in St. Paul's Cathedral, 

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I i Sf.e. Beale, Francis : for He read Beale 

i 5 after xx. 452 add Beale lived in Westminster and had a son of his own names 

(cf. Mayor, Adm., St. John's Coll. Cambridge, i. 54, 61) 
3 ii 2 Beale, Bobert : for is said to have been read born in the City of London, was 
ISf.e. for The same year read In 1574 

6 i 15f.e. for 25 read 27 

14-13 for He appears . . . daughters read Beale had issue two sons, Francis and 
f.e. Robert, and nine daughters 

4 f.e. for The other read Another 

2 f.e. for Easington read Eastington 

7 ii 4 after 218 insert Bigland's * Gloucestershire,' i. 540 

18 f.e. Beale, William : for Dr. Heme read Dr. Sterne 
9 i 23 Beales, Edmond : for James read John 

II i 23 /.e. Beamish, North L. : after bodies insert He was one of the few British subjects who 

received the Guelphic order from King Ernest of Hanover after the separation of 

Hanover and England 
Bearblock, John : for 1579 read 1569 
Beard, John : for ' Atalanta ' read * Athalia ' 

Beard, John R. : for many minor theological read other 

Beard, Thomas : after century insert Beard was prebendary in Lincoln cathedral 

from 1612 till his death 
Beaton, James: before archbishop insert the last Roman catholic and before 
second insert was 
for Balfour read Auchmuty 

for was the last ... in 1552 read and of John Beaton of Balfour 
after the cardinal insert in 1546 
28 before It insert He was consecrated at Rome archbishop of Glasgow in 1552 

31 ii 12 f.e. Beauchamp, Richard de: for 16 Oct. read (according to Le Neve) 4 Nov. 

10 f.e. after will insert dated 16 Oct. 1481 

32 i 22 Beauchamp, Thomas de, Earl of Warwick ; before In the insert He was subse- 

quently made K.G. 
Beauclerk, Charles, 1st Duke of St. Albans : for can scarcely read may 

for before the end . . . birth read on 27 Dec. 1676, six years after his 

birth 
before regiment of horse insert Princess Anne's or the 8th 
after George I insert was from 1714 till his death lord-lieutenant of Berk- 
shire 
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89 i 1 Beaufort, Edmund, 2nd Duke of Somerset : before Somerset inwrt the earldom 
of anil omit titles . . . earldom 
•J for and . . . 1448) read {He was created a duke anew in 1448) 

41 I -iS f.r. BMUfort, Henry: after Lincoln add and of Riccall in York cathedral in 1890 

28 t' fi" The next year rroff The previous year 

48 i «1 Beaufort, John, l»t Duke of Somerset : aftrr made insert K.G. about 1440 
lu/.'. Beaufort, Margaret: for 1441 read 1443 
II f.r. for only three read legs than two 

ii 1 after year insert (8 Nov.) 

1-J for leanng , . . son reatJ A son, afterwards Henry VII, was born posthu- 

mouHly, 28 Jan. 145C-7 

50 i Ti Beaufort, Sir Thomas, Duke of Exeter : after made insert K.G. about 1400 

i5-iit for and after . . . his garrison and read He remained in charge of Harfleur 

f^. and during the winter 

21-19 for Aruiagnac ... a fleet under read In March 1416 he was defeated by 

f^. Armaguac at Balmont and was closely besieged in Harfleur till relieved 

in August by 
ISf.e. otnit Plaxtagexet 

n f.e. otnit the line 

I9f.e. t/rnit and also received the garter 

Wf.e. aftei- and insert subsequently and after Raid insert (Oct. 1417) 

38 for 21 Sept. read 31 Aug. 

51 i 9 Beaufoy, Henry : for 1780 read 1788 

21 for He read Although a dissenter he was a supporter of Pitt's ministry and 

from 1791-3 
54 ii 22 f.r. Beaumont, Francis (1584-1616) : after studies insert (See Sloane MS. 1709 ff. 13- 
22) 
1 •") for afterwards read before 

6» n 16 Beaumont, Sir John : for 1547 read 1597 

60 ii 4 f.e. Beaumont. John T. B. : for 1824 read 1823 

61 ii 7 Beaumont, Joseph : for seems to read cannot 

12-20 for He was appointed . . . wife read He is said by church historians to have 

succeeded to a vacant prebend in Ely cathedral in 1651, but he was not 
installed till 1660. And under the Commonwealth he necessarily vacated, 
except in name, all his preferments. He married in 1650 Miss Brownrigg, 
a niece of Matthew Wren [q. v.] the ejected bishop of Ely. Beaumont had 
been Wren's domestic chaplain. With his wife he 
69 i %-lf.e Beaumont, Thomas W. : for After representing read A few months later, in 
Dec. 1826, he was returned for 
1-^f.c. for for a short . . . 1830 read and sat till 1830, when he was 

ii 11 for 10 read 20 

TO ii 1 Beaver, John : omit this cross reference 

17-19 Becher, Eliza, Lady : for By the death . . . baronet read He was created a baronet 
on William IV's coronation in 1831 
»i 15/.^. Becher, John T. : for 1801 read 1802 
8/.r. for dean read provost 

79 ii 6 Beckford, Peter : for cousin read nephew 

80 ii 3 Beckford, William (1709-70): a/^er parliament insert as member for Shaftesbury 

in 1747, sitting for that place till 1754 
14 after spring insert (1754) 

28-W omit presumably . , . Westbury 

4S for Brtdger read Bridgen 

81 i 25-65 for On 29 Sept. 1769 . . . the third 076 read On 29 Sept. 1769, three instead of 

the cuBtomarv two names were presented to the livery, viz. those of Alder- 
men Beckford, Trevithick.and Sir Henry Bankes; the first two were both of 
the party opposed to the court, and Bankes was alone a court candidate. 
The livery had to return no more than two names to the court of aldermen, 
with V,' '' . final choice of lord mayor lay. and the preliminary sub- 

mi»hi vnry of three instead of the customary two names gave it 

the oj , of which it availed itself, of excluding any court candidate 

eT«n fioiii liomination. The names of Alderman Beckford and of his friend 
Treritliick were, after a poll on 6 Oct., alone returned by the livery to the 
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for More read Jolin Francis Moore 
Beckford, William (1759-1844 1 : for ' Al Ravni ' read ' Al Raoui ' 

after Wells insert (1784-90) and after Hindon insert (1790-4) 
Beckington, Thomas : after day insert He was jwebendary of Lichfield from 1436 

and of St. Paul's from 1488 
Beckwith, Sir George : for lieutenant-general read general 

after a.d, 1814 add In the same year he was promoted general. He was 
colonel Gth garrison battalion 1806-9, of 2nd West India regiment 1809- 
1818, and of 89th Foot from 1818 till death 
Beckwith, John C. : for 1750 read 1759 

Beckwith, Sir Thomas S. : for Sir W. Erskine read Sir William Erskine, 1769- 
1813 [q. v.] 
before made insert in 1815 was 
for in January read on 15 Jan. 
93 i 21 f.e. Becon, Thomas : for 1541 read 1543 

14-13 for He was again ... in 1543. He read After the recantation Beco)i 

f.e. 

104 ii 13 Bade : for A. W^helo read Abraham Wheloc or Wheelocke [q. v.] 

105 i 38-34 for F. Stevens read John Stevens 

106 i 10 f.e. Bedell, William : for Du Plessis, Mornay read Du Plessis-Momay 
109 ii 4 Bedford, Arthur : for Tiddenham read Tidenham 

15 for in 1692 . . . and was read (according to the minutes of the corporation) 

in April 1693. He held the benefice till 1713, though he seems to have 
been non-resident from 1701, when he w^as 

113 ii 8 f.e. Bedingfield, Sir Henry (1509 ?-1583) : for 1509 ? read 1511 

6/.e. for about 1509 read in Sept. 1511 

114 i 6 after 1553 insert and was 3I.P. for Suffolk in the first i^arliament of that 

year 

115 i 15 Bedingfield, Sir Henry (1633-1687) : after He insert was admitted to Caius 

College, Cambridge, in 1650 and 
after Yarmouth insert and in 1685 became M.P. for Aldeburgli 
Bedloe, William : for changeable read chargeable 
Bedwell, William: for 1732 read 1632 
Bedyll, Thomas : for Searle read Scarle 

Beechey, Frederick W. : for From this time read From 3850 till his death lie was 
superintendent of the marine department of the Board of Trade. He was naval 
A.D.C. to Queen Victoria from 1851 to 1854, when he was promoted to flag rank. 
After 1847 

123 i 28-29 Beechey, Sir William : for Stowe, in Gloucestershire read Stow-on-the-Wold, 

Gloucestershire 
1 f.e. for nm read ndS 

124 ii 8 Beeke, Henry : for 1814 read 1813 

18 f.e. for Sir Lewis Palk read Sir Lawrence Palk 

130 i 9 f.e. Behn, Aphra : for Poets' Coi-ner read the Cloisters (cf. AthencEum, 21 Sept. 1895) 
184 i 20 Bek, Antony I. : after Edward I insert He held the prebends of St. Pancras in 

St. Paul's cathedral in 1278 and of Strensall at York in 1279 
140 i 2-1 f.e. Bake, Charles T. : for but the subsequent conduct of the king rm^ but his mission 
appears to have been of questionable prudence, and to have irritated the king, 
whose subsequent conduct 
142 i 18 f.e. Belasyse, John, Baron Belasyse : before On the breaking out insert He repre 
sented Thirsk in both the Short and Long parliaments, but wais ' disabled ' 
as a royalist to sit, on 6 Sept. 1642 
•'i /.' . omit made 

'2 f.e. after Riding insert (1661-73) and nftrr Hull insert From 1664 to 1666 

he was governor of Tangier 
l.l. after pensioners insert 1667-72 

ii 2-5 omiHie was then . . . post also 

IZf.e. Belasyse, Thomas, Earl Fauconberg: for 1667 read 1657 

9/.«?. after Italy insert He was lord-lieutenant of the North Riding (UJ60-1 692) 

148 ii 13 Bell, Alexander H. : for 1809 read 1808 
155 i 35 Bell, Sir Charles : for Majendie read Magendie 

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160 i 6 Ball. Henry : for made by Bell read (constructed by John Robertson of Glasgow 
and now presened in the Victoria and Albert museum) 
BtU, John {d. 1556) : for Sub-Edge read Weston-sub-Edge 
for 168« read 1582 

for Sir John More read Sir Thomas More 
afier Aug. insert 1589 
Bell, Lady HAiia : for Lady Maria read Bell, Maria, Lady 
Bell, Robert : for Robert read Sir Robert 
Bell, William (1625-1688) : for Three years later read In March 1665-6 

for Reculversland read Reculverland 
Bellenden, John : for the first version read one of the earliest versions 
Bellenden. William, Lord Bellenden : aftei- the Restoration itisert (see Calendar 

of State Papers and Nicholas Papers, Ca.mden Soc.) 
Bellers, Fettiplace : for Sept. read Aug. 
Bellingham, Sir Edward : after He insert represented Gatton in parliament in 

1544 and 
for No distinct mention . . . State Papers read (see Bagwell's Irel<ind under 

the Tudors, i. 889) 
Belmeis, John : for Nasburgh read Newburgh 

BelmeiB, Eichard de {d. 1128) : for 1127 read 1127-8 

Beloe. William : for and in 1808 became read from 1800 till his death he was 
prebendary of Lincoln and from 1804 till his death he was also prebendary at St. 
Paul's in succession to Paley. In 1808 he had become 
Belsham, Thomas : for 1755 read 1775 
Bendlowes, William : for Penrhyn y-ead West Looe 
Benedict of Norwich : for monk read friar 
Benedict, Sir Julius : for 1878 read 1882 

Benefield, Sebastian : for By the latter date . . . quaint words read In 1626 
Benfield, Paul: after 1782 iiisert Benfield sat for Malmesburv 1790-2 and for 

Shaftesbury 1793-1802 
Benjamin, Judah P. : for 1811 read 1807 

omit New Orleans . . . the ship put into 

after Great Britain insert but subsequently ceded to Denmark 

for 1815 rea^l 1818 

for In 1815 his parents settled in read In 1818 his parents removed from 

St. Croix to 
for He read After attending a good school at Fayetteville, he 
for was present and heard read read in ' The Times ' newspaper 
for Cainis read Selbome 
for 8 May read 6 May 
22-28 Bennet, Henry, Earl of Arlington : for born at . . . Middlesex read baptised at 
Little Saxham, Suffolk 
after parliament insert for Callington 

after 1685 insert He had been lord-lieutenant of Suffolk since 1681 
Bennet, Sir John : for this year read 1617 

for of the same year read 1616 
Bennet, Robert {d. 1617) : a/f(??- appointed »n«erf prebendary of Winchester, and on 
23 Marcli 1595-6 
for year read month 
B»nnptt 0<»orge John: after Birmingham vtxsert In earlier life he published an 
\ olume called ' A Pedestrian Tour through North Wales ' with 20 
A. Clint, London, 1888 

J.:: Bennett, James : after he resigned add He was chairman of the Couj^iegational 
L'nion in 1840 

•a . t.r. Bennett, John H. : for the Institute read the Institutes 

'^■1 for at the Ijistitute read of the Institutes 

U U^/Ib'. \ ■•"•"• Jol^n '• : for 1875 read 1876 
tM i IS/.*- Benson. Christopher : for several years read from 1827 to 1845 

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, Beuson, Joseph : for Treveca read Trevecca 

after methodism insert He was president of the Wesleyan conference in 1798 

and 1810 
for 1821 read 1791 

Benson, Martin : after his return insert He was prebendary of Salisbury (1720-7) 

and 
Benson, Eobert, Lord Bingley : for daughter read sister 

Benson, William : after steps insert Sir Jacob Bankes was M.P. for Minehead from 
1695 to 1714 and in 1713 Benson unsuccessfully contested the constitu- 
ency against him 
for Herenhausen read Herrenhausen 
Bentham, Jeremy : for test read rest 
for nine read eleven 
for genus read genius 
for 1730 read 1780 
for Wolesely read Wolsely 
for Gout read G-overnment 
Bentham, Thomas : for 1578 read 1579 

for 1578 read 1578-9 
Bentinck, Lord William C. : after Netherlands insert He was M.P. for Camelford 
March to May 1796, for Nottinghamshire 1796-1803, 1812-4, and 1816-26, 
and for Lynn 1826-7 
294 ii 18 a/^er unemployed insert He had been made a knight of the Bath in 1813, G.C.B. 

in 1815, and G.C.H. in 1817. He was colonel of the 20th Light Dragoons 
1810-3, and of the 11th Light Dragoons from 1813 till his death 
after 1828 insert He was sworn of the privy council on 17 Aug. 1827 
after interest insert in February 1836 and was re-elected 
Bentinck, Lord (William) George F. C. : for Li 1826 read 1\\ 1828, in succession 

to his brother. Lord William (appointed governor-general of India) 
Bentinck, William H.C., 3rd Duke of Portland : for 1760 read 1761 
for northern department . . . secretary read home department 
for Nov. read Oct. 
Bentinck-Scott, William J. C, 5th Duke of Portland : for his brother Lord 
George Bentinck [q. v.] read his uncle Lord William Bentinck [q. v.] 
33 emit Lord 

311 ii 3 Bentley, Richard (1662-1742): after master add He was elected vice-chancellor 
of the university in the same year. From 1701 till his death he was archdeacon 
of Ely, and from 1717 regius professor of divinity 

I Berengaria : for Espan read Espau 

Beresford, John : omit of 
Beresford, Sir John P. : for 1768 ? read 1766 
for 19 July 1821 read 27 May 1825 
for 1812 to 1828 read 1809 to 1812 and from 1814 to 1828 in the tory 

interest 
for in 1823 read from 1828 to 1826 

for in 1832 for Northallerton read from 1826 to 1832 for Northallerton, but 
being re-elected for Coleraine in 1832 was unseated on petition next year 
834 ii 1-2 Beresford, William C, Viscount Beresford : for and made governor of Jersey in 
1814 read was governor of Cork from* 1811 to 1820 and of Jersey from 1820 
till his death 
3 after 1807 insert From 1819 to 1823 he was colonel of the 69th regiment 

5 before colonel insert was from 1828 till death 

LI. after rifles insert (from 1852 in succession to Prince Albert) 

335 i 9 /.p. Berewyk, John de : after 'king insert He was prebendary both of St. Paul's and 

Lichfield 
340 i 1-2 Berkeley, Family of : for probably . . . Berkeley ; for read a small castle built at 
Berkeley by WiUiam FitzOsbern {Domesday 168) had probably given 
place to one of greater size, when 
843 i 10-11 omit and at that time . . . Gloucester 

17 before applied insert who was then M.P. for the county of Gloucester 

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Mf ii 8/>. Berkeley, Francis H. F. :.'//;/ r Cojiegc 

M0 a 14-15 for for eighteen years reatl for nine years in the house of csommons 

847 i « Berkeley, Oeorge, let Earl of: for Lord George read George 8th Baron (since the 
writ of H21; 
lU nfUr state imert In 1654 and 1650 Berkeley was M.P. for Gloucestershire 

6/.r. for one of the masters read master 

548 i d« Berkeley, George (1698 ?-1746) : for Heydon read Hedon 

80 after death insert with only a break in 1741, when he was defeated at the poU, 

but was seated on petition next year 

850 i dO Berkeley. Oeorge (1685-1753) : (i/^e*/- appointment inaeri in February 1721-2 
8M ii 33 Berkeley, Oeorge C. : for 1786 read 1789 

27 for till read till 1795 two years after 

S8 before for when he was read On the declaration ui i>.ii ht- had been 

169 i ai-29 for for up to . . . 1781 read from 1783 to 1810 

S8 for tlie city of Gloucester read Gloucestershire 

96 after made insert K.B. in 1818 

27 for 1814 read 1815 

Ml ii ai f.e. Berkeley, John, Ist Lord Berkeley : for Maria read Anne 

fOS ii 17-18 /or placed upon . . . a<lmiralty read made a commissioner of the navy, a 

post which he retained till 1664 

8tl i 38 for earl read baron 

ail ii 34 /.r. Berkeley, Maurice, Lord Fitzhardinge : after 1857 insert (from 18S3-4 under 

Grey and Melbourne ; 1837-9 under Melbourne ; 1846-52 under Russell ; 

1862-7 under Aberdeen and Palmerston) 

13-10 for With few intermissions , . . Gloucester read He four times contested 

f.e. the city of Gloucester unsuccessfully, in 1818, 1833, 1887. and 1857, but he 

represented it 
lO/.e. for 1857 read 1883 

3-8 /.c. for though in 1883 . . . candidate read from 1835 to 1837 and from 1841 to 

1857 
M6 i 27 f.e. Berkeley, Robert [d. 1219) : for Came read Cam 

ii 19 Berkeley, Sir Kobert : after county insert and in 1620 and 1624 he was elected 
M.r. for Worcester 
809 i 17-lH Berkeley, Sir William : for In 1676 . . . and returned read He was still in 
Virginia in April 1677, keeping on his government in defiance of Herbert Jeffreys, 
who had arrived to supersede him (Longleat Papers, 50 B). In the early summer 
of 1677 he returned 
872 ii 27 Bermingham, William : for 1311 read 1312 
»7f i 17 for 1311 read 1811-2 

87 Bemal, Balph: after a seat insert as a liberal 
\h f.e. for retired from political life read was rejected 

12/^. for about 1830 to 1850 read 1888 to 1841 and from 1847 to 1852 

n 12/.e. Bemal Osborne, Ralph : for Lord Carington read Lord Carrington 
SM i 30 Bernard. Richard : f,r 15U7 ? read 1568 

2S-3ft . its gives us . . . Lincolnshire /rat/ He was born at Epworth in Lincoln- 

' in 1568, as the parish register shows ; in a preliminary page of his 
:..ij:. elation of 'Terence,' he described himself as of that place ('Epworth- 
eatis ') and says that the work was done in the island of Axholme 
80 for that county read Lincolnshire 

*»/.*. jitr is found parson read stayed with relatives 

1 fx. after * Terence ' insert in Latin with an English translation 

497 ^ 13/.r. Berry. James : before Cromwell insert He was elected M.P. in 1656 by three 
constituencies, Herefordshire, Monmouthshire, and Worcestershire, and sat for the 
huit 

SiW i 6 Berry, fir John : after the navy insert He held the post foir * general business ' 
from 1680 to July 1088 

IS for in which he read From October 1688 to 1689 lie acted among tlie commis- 

liioneri* of tlie navy an comptroller of victualling accounts. In that post he 
for bot it appearv . . . alreatly dead nad but the true date is 14 Feb. 1689-90 
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Bertie, Montague, 2nd Earl of Lindsey : for Lestwithiel read Lostwithiel 
for elected read appointed 

y Bertie, Robert, 1st Earl of Lindsey : for 1572 read 1582 

for lord high admiral of England read admiral of the ship-money fleet 

after shire insert He was made knight of the Bath in 1605 

for Bath read Garter 

for Rea read Reay 

for was in the . . . England read became in 1636 admiral of the fleet 

equipped by the levy of ship-money 
for Hanover read Honor 
Bertie, Sir Thomas : for vice-admiral read admiral 

after 1813 insert and full admiral 27 May 1825 
Bertie, Willoughby, 4tli Earl of Abingdon : after editions insert The earl was 

also author of some songs (cf. Brit. Mus. Music Cat.) 
Berwick, Edward ; after Moira insert subsequently marquis of Hastings 

omit next 
Best, William D., Ist Lord Wynford : after Chester insert He was elected M.P. 
for Guildford at the general election of 1818, but almost immediately vacated the 
seat on becoming a judge 
Bethel, Slingsby : for watchman read waterman 
Bethell, Richard, 1st Lord Westbury : for 1837 read 1841 

after and insert after being re-elected for Aylesbury at the gteneral elections 

of 1852 and 1857 
for 1852 read 1859 
omit to the commissioner 

for patents read the patents (under the lord chancellor) 
Bettesworth, George E. B. : for three read eight 
24 /.e. Betty, William H. W. : for ' Zaphua ' read ' Zanga ' 

Bever, see Castorius, John: for this cross reference read Bever, John {d. 1311), 

chronicler, see John of London 
Beverley, John of: after studies insert He was B.D. in 1393 

after Chronicle ; insert Fasciculi Zizaniorum 
Beverley, John (1743-1827) : for an office . . . Hospital read the Sixpenny Office. 

This he held from 1776 to 1817 
Bevis, John : for 1772 read 1771 
Bewley, William: for T. W. read T. W— r. 
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6 ii l.l. Bickerton, Sir Richard : for vice-admiral read rear-admiral 

7 ii 6 for vice-admiral read rear-admiral of the white 

15 after Rochester add for which he was returned in 1790 

8 i 10 f.e. Bickerton, Sir Richard H. : after 1830 insert He was tory M.P. for Poole from 1807 

to 1812 

9 i 20 Bickley, Thomas: after Dorsetshire insert prebendary of Lincoln from 1571 to 

1586 

21 after Stafford insert iw 1567 

22 after Cathedral insert in 1560 

23 after Oxford insert in 1569 
25 after Jan. insert 1585-6 

17 f.e. for in 1596 read on 30 April 1596 

13 ii 25 Bidder, George P. : after career insert He was president of the Institute of Civil 
Engineers 1860-2 
28 /.e. Biddle, John : for a tailor read Edward Biddle, tailor or woc/llen-draper 
17 i 14 /.e. Biddulph, Sir Thomas M. : after queen insert He was receiver-general of the 
duchv of Cornwall from 1866 till his death, and of the duchv of Lancaster from 
1873' 
Bigland, John : omit at Aldbrough . . . authorities 

after 1820 insert 17. ' Memoirs written by himself,' Doncaster, 1830 
Bigland, Ralph: after Somerset insert herald 1759 
Bigod, Sir Francis ; for for Grace re,ad of Grace 
Billing, Sir Thomas : for was recorder in 1451 read was made common serjeant 

15 Oct. 1442 and recorder 21 Sept. 1450 
Billingsley, John the elder : omit Posthumously appeared 

after 1690 insert usually ascribed to him, is by his son John 
24 /.e. Billingsley, John the younger: for He does not . . . anything read He published 
a number of religious tracts 
Billingsley, Nicholas : for Belshanger read Betteshanger 
for Lantmartine read Leintwardine 
for non-jurist read non-juror 
Bilney, Thomas : for sacramentaries read sacramentarians 
Bindley, James : for succeeded . . . John as read became 

after years insert (His brother John was secretary and afterwards commis- 
sioner of the board of excise) 
46 ii 15 Bindon, Francis: after Artists insert Nichols's 'Literary lUustratious,' vol. v. 
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^n yfcmiii, Sir 0«orge R. : a/V<>r esteem t/ue/-^ He became major-general in August 

1819 and colonel ind btittalion rifle brigade in June 1831 
Bingluun. Joseph : for 1768 read 1668 

for Elmore read Colmer 
Birch, John (1616-1691 >: <///»•/• Leominster insert (lM(j). He was excluded by 
Pride's l*urge in 1648 and was re-elected in 1654-6 and 1658-9 
for 1671 read 1661 

for Penrhyn read Penryn and after and innert in 1678-9, 1680-1, 1688-9, and 
1689-90 
Bireh, Samael : for 1840 read December 1889 
Birch, WiUiam : for {d. 1794 ?) read (1755-1884) 
for about 1760 read 9 April 1755 

ntr the date . . . uncertain read He died at Philadelphia 7 Aug. 1834. His 
MS. journal is in the jxissession of Mr. Charles H. Hart of Philadelphia 
Birckbek. Simon : for 1«;34 read 1685 
Bird, Charles S. : for Bell read Bird 
oftrr iu insrrt on 9 Nov. 18(52 
Birkenhead, Sir John : omit and probably his knighthood 
after requests insert He was knighted 14 Nov. 1662 
Bimston, for Birxston read Birnstan, and for Byrnston read Byrxstan 
Biicoe, Richard: after George 11 insert He was prebendary of Ealdstreet in 

St. Paul's from 1736 till his death 
Bisse. Thomas : for John read Joseph 
Bisset, William : for 5 June read 25 June 

Blacader, Robert : for Sir Robert Blacader of Tulliallan by Elizabeth read Sir 
Robert Blacader of Blackader, co. Berwick. His brother, Sir Patrick 
Blacader or Blackader of Tulliallan, married Elizabeth 
12 /.f. for He read Robert 

116 ii 9Af.e. Blackader, Cuthbert: for Cuthbert read Cuthbert or more correctly Robert 
21-19 for received ... his success read belonged to the family of Blackader 

f.e. which owned the barony of that name in co. Berwick, as vassals of the 

Earls of March through the 14th century. Charters of full ownership 
were granted to Robert Blackader of Blackader on 20 Jan. 1426, and again 
on 4 July 1452 by James I and James II of Scotland respectively (Scottish 
Register of Great Seal). Robert Blackader, the grantee of 1452, seems to 
liave been carelessly misnamed ' Cuthbert ' in Crichton's ' Memoirs of John 
Blackadder the elder.' He achieved his success 
Ml'. for the kingdom read Scotland 

a f.e. for Cuthbert read Blackader 

132 ii 17/.«. Blackbam, Francis: for 1834 read April 1885 
128 i 24 for Lord Greene read Baron Greene 

126 ii 16-15 Blacker, Valentine : for 1780 ?-1826 read 1778-1828 
f.e. 

\\f.e.. before obtained insert born on 19 Oct. 1778 

196 i 19 for 1826 read 1828 

li8 ii 25 /.e. Blacklock, Thomas : omit to Burns 

%ifje. for the poems read Burns's poems to George Law vie, who sent it to Gavin 

Hamilton, who sent it to the X3oet. 
180 it \%f.e. Blackmore, Sir Richard: for fol. read 8vo. 

184 ii 11 /.«. BlackJlone, Sir William : after 1701 imert In the same year he became K.C. 
IM II 11-12 Blackwood, Henry : ftn- descended from a . . . was a brother read son of William 

Blackwood and brother 
IM ii 5 Blackwood, Sir Henry: for on 19 July 1821 read in May 182.'i 
U4 ii lH-17 Bladen. Martin : omit with the great Duke of Marlborough 

f.r. 

IS/.*". after lieut.-tolonel imert He was colonel of tlie 40th foot 1709-10 

4/.'. afUsr Portsmouth innert Prom 1715 to 1727 he was M.P. for Baudon in the 

Irish house of commons 
)ii for 2nd neries read 8rd series 

IM ii Ihj.f. Blag (f , Robert : for Gaze's read Ga«e's 

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Blagrave, Daniel: for sat in parliament 3 Nov. 1640 read was elected to parlia- 
ment 8 May 1648 
for five years later read three years before 

for in the convention parliament of 1658 read in the parliaments of 1656 
and 1658 
Blague, Thomas : for 1591 read 1591-2 

Blair, Sir James H. : after the city insert He was made a baronet in 1786 
Blair, Robert (1699-1746) : for keep i-ead bear 
Blair, Robert (1741-1811) : for first division ... of Session read Parliament 

Hall at Edinburgh 
Blake, Charles : for 1716 read April 1715 
Blake, Robert : omit on the expulsion of Oolonel Windham 

for De With read De Witt 
Blake, William (1757-1827) : for 1813 read 1818 
Blakeney, Sir Edward ; for 1776-83 read 1781-3 and 1790-1800 

for 1838 read 1836 and for 1 read 21 
Blakeney, William, Lord Blakeney : after him insert major-general 1745 and 

after Abbey add- He was M.P. for Kilmallock 1725-57 and colonel of the 
27th foot 1737 till death. He was lieut.-govemor of Plymouth 1746-8 
Blanchard, Samuel L. : for 1840 read 1804 

for M.P. read afterwards (from 1832) M.P. 
Bland, Humphrey : after foot insert in 1737 
after dragoons insert in 1741 
after dragoons insert in 1743 

before In 1749 insei-f He was governor of Fort William 1743-52 
after Lord Stair insert was really sister of John Dalrymple, 5th Earl of 
Stair. Bland married her at Edinburgh 12 Jan. 1755. She 
Bland. Miles : for 1868 read 1867 

for in 1868 read 27 Dec. 1867 
Blaquiere, John, Baron de Blaquiere : for until 1783 read 1773-83 

for Newtown read Newtownards 
Blathwayt, William : for council in ordinary read privy council 

for and clerk of the privy council read He was re-gazetted to the post at the 
opening of the next reign 
Blayney, Andrew T., Lord Blayney : after of the insert 9l8t regiment from 
1761 to 1763, when it was disbanded, and colonel from 1766 of the 
after military service insert He was M.P. for Old Sarum 1806-7 
Blayney, Benjamin : after He was iiisert in 1787 
Oiuit in 1787 

07nit in the same year was made 
Blencowe, Sir John : for king's bench read common pleas 
omit and transferred from the common pleas 

o7nit may then have 
Blenkiron, William : for Beverlace read Beverlac 

Bligh, Edward: for Edward read Thomas 

for 1715 insert holding the seat till his death sixty years later 
Bligh, Richard: for son of read son by his wife Lucy Shuter of John Bligh, 
the cousin of 
after years insert He married a daughter of his cousin, Admiral William 
Bligh 
Bligh, Sir Richard R. : omit and a modified ministry 

Bligh, William : for was born . . . the year 1753 read, baptised at St. Andrew's 
church, Plymouth, on 4 Oct. 1754, was son of Francis and Jane Bligh. He 
was bom 
omit the son of Charles . . . Trigg Minor) 

for obtained a schooner . . . survivors, he read took passage in the Vlydte 
packet and 

20 after 1790 insert Twelve of his companions, tlie survivors, followed in tlie 

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for and time sons, one of whom, Richard [q. v.] read A son-in-law and distant 
relfttiTe, Richard Bligh [q. v.] 
Bliss, Nathaniel: /or 1740 read 1724 
Bloet. Robert : for lea<ling read persuading and after the king insert (as they did 

ttftfr 1128 insert after Bloet's death) 
Blomefield, Sir Thomas : after Foundry insert The last office he held till his death 
more tlian forty years later 
989 ii 1 Blood, Holcroft: after brigadier- general insert From 1708 till his death he was 

tolonel of the 17th foot 
985 ii 7 Bloomfield, Beniamin, Ist Lord Bloomfield: before In 1815 read He was A.D.C. 
to the Prince Regent 1811-4 and was M.P. for Plymouth from 1812 to 1818 
supporting the government of Lord Liverpool 
omit receiver of . . . privy purse and 
for 1824 read 1822 
Blore, Thomas : ojhi7 The latter borough , . , interest 
Blount, Charles, Earl of Devonshire : for 1604 read 1603 
Blount, Sir Christopher : for On read In 1592 and on 
Blount, Mountjoy, Earl of Newport : for 1665 read 1666 
omit Don 
959 i 18/.<?. Blount, Richard : for studied at Oxford, but read matriculated at Balliol College, 
Oxford, and became in 1588 a fellow of Trinity on the nomination of his aunt, 
Lady Paulet. He only held the fellowship three weeks and 
958 ii 9 Blount, Sir Thomas P. : for 1C79 read 1679-80 
for two read three 
Blount, Walter, 1st Baron Montjoy : for but at what date . . . ascertained read 
23 April 1472 (Nicolas) 
omit the governor, the Earl of Oxford 
Blozham, John (d. 1887) : after 1375 insert He was archdeacon of Winchester from 

1382 till death 
Blunt, John J. : for 18 readr 17 
Blyke, Richard: omi< In 1764 . . . the journals 
Ibf.e. Blythe, Geoffrey (d. 1530) : for May following read March 1496-7 
Blythe, John : for 1478 read 1477 
84 for Huntingdon read Stow, in 1478 archdeacon of Huntingdon, from 1482 to 

1485 prebendary of Lincoln 

994 i ISf.e. Bodley, Laurence : for He was a read He was made prebendary of Wells in 1580, 

and a 

995 i 26/.*'. Bodley, Sir Thomas: for In April of the next year however read He was elected 

M.P. for Portsmouth in the same year and for St. German's in 1586. In 

April 1585 
298 i 11-13 for Sir Thomas . . . accession read Bodley, who had been knighted on 

18 April 1604 {Dugdale MS. B. f. 201, Bodl. Libr.) 
li 5 for 1608 read 1602 

808 i 8 f.e. Bogue, David : for the Rev, Dr. Grasomer read Benjamin Grosvenor, D.D. [q. v.] 

808 ii Uf.c. Bohun, Edmund: for 1784 read 1684 

809 ii 20 Bohun, Humphrey VIII de : for 1291 read 1301 

JIO it 12 f.e. Bohun, William de : after Gascony insert He was K.G. 

815 i 19 Bokenham, Osbern: after place insert Horstmann has shown Bokenham to be 
author of ' Mappula Mundi,' a translation of Higden's ' Polychronicon ' (cf. Eng- 
linvhe Sfudun, 1886) 
8A8 ii 6 Boleyn, Sir Thomas: before On 1 Sept. insert In May 1528 he was madeOi.G. 
898 ii 8/.r. BoUand, Sir William: for soon became read was from 1804 till his elevation to 

the bench in 1829 
•94 i 11/^. Bollard, Nicholas : for two copies read at least five copies 

10/.^. before Cotton MS. insert Sloane MSS. 7 f. 92, 122 f. 886, 686 f. 41 

897 Ji 11-12 Bolton, Edmund: for and he is probably the ' E. B.' read Edward Blount [q. v.j 
and not Bolton waH the ' E. B.' 
Bolton, Robert : for 1608 read 1668-9 
Bonar, James i .. ..«.,, 

Bonar, John the younger i "-^ '"^ ®**'**« *'"*»'' *" Scotland 
Bond, George : oftt-r 178fl insert and a king's serjeant in 1795 

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Eond, Henry J. H. : for Hales read Hayles 
for 1 read 3 
11 f.e. Bond, Nicholas: for 1590 read 1589 and for 1591 read 1590 

Bonner, Edmund : before In the spring insert From 1537 to 1539 he was prebendary 

of St. Paul's (Chiswick stall) 
Bonnycastle, Sir Richard H. : for 1848 read 1847 

for in 1848 read on 3 Nov. 1847 at Kingston, Canada 
Bonville, Anthony : for Terbill read Terill 

Booker, John : after value insert Booker's quaintly rhymed ' Dutch Fortune Teller ' 
firstappeared in 1650; the first edition is excessively rare 
omit The ' Dutch Fortune Teller ' and 
for are read is 
Boorde, Andrew : for Parforatus read Perforatus 
Booth, Henry, 1st Earl of Warrington : after Cheshire insert 1678-81 
Booth, James (1806-1878) : for 1843 read the institution closed its doors at 
Christmas 1841. He was ordained at Bristol and acted there as curate till 
he removed to Liverpool in 1843 
omit these lines 
Booth, Peniston : before On 9 May 1722 insert He was prebendary of Lincoln 1719- 
1746 

23 Booth, Robert: after 1657 add He married Anne, daughter of Oswald Mosley of 
Ancoats, Manchester ; she afterwards married Thomas Case [q. v.] 
390 i 29 Booth, Thomas {ft. 1611): after 1609 insert He was prebendary of Lichfield 
1615-7 
Booth, Sir William : for (fl. 1673-1689) read {d. 1703) 

before In 1683 insert On 12 Nov. 1682 he was knighted (Le Neve's Knights) 
after the Grafton : insert in February 1687-8 was made commissioner of the 

navy ' for general business.' 
for February . . . the navy read October he was appointed comptroller of 

the store keeper's accounts at the navy 
for his read any and after allegiance insert that he made to William III 
after March insert 1688-9 

for No account . . . death read He died in February 1702-3 
Boreman, Robert : for in the winter of read on 15 Nov. 
Borgard, Albert : after 1839 i7isert Biographical Notes by Major Hime, reprinted 

from Proc. Royal Artillery Institute, No. 4, Volume xiii (with portrait) 
Borlase, Edmund : for {fl. 1662) read {d. 1682) 

for The date . . . mentioned read He was dead before 18 Feb. 1681-2 

(Sloane MS. 1008, f. 49) 
for Stowe read Sloane 
for Additional read Sloane 
Borlase, Sir John : for {d. 1649) read (1576-1648) 

for in the spring of 1649 . . . lately deceased read in the spring of 1648. He 
died in London 15 March 1647-8, and was buried in the church of Great 
St. Bartholomew 
401 i 20 f.e. Borough, Sir John : after Clarenceux insert He was M.P. for Horsham in three 

parliaments, 1624, 1625, 1626 
407 i 1-2 Borrow, George : for philologist read author 
409 ii 26 Borthwick, Peter : for lie sat for Evesham read He lost his seat for Evesham on 

petition in 1838, but was re-elected in 1841, and sat 
412 i 26 Bosanquet, Charles : after the city itisert He was sub-governor of the South Sea 
Company 1808-38 and governor 1888-50. From 1823 to 1886 he was 
chairman of the exchequer bill office 
for Meyers's read L. C. Meyer's 
Bosanquet, Sir John B. : for 1814 read 1847 
after Company insert in 1814 
after England iyisert in 1819 
Boscawen, Edward : for 1741 read 1742 

Boscawen, Edward, 1st Earl of Falmouth : after and insert was M.P. for Truro 
from 1807 until he 

420 i 19 /.e. Boscawen, Hugh, 1st Viscount Falmouth: a/fer death insert He was governor 
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80 for 31 read 25 
S8 Boswell, Sir Alexander : for 1818 read 1816 

J9/.r. Boswell. James the elder: for 1765 read 1763 

Jj Boswell. John : for 1756 read 1757 
440 i as/.f. Boswell, Sir William: after 1606 insert He was M.P. for Boston in 1624 and 

i(;25 

SS /.^. /'or subsequently r<?a^ had already and after service insert He was secretary 

to Lord Herbert of Cherbury, while ambassador in Paris, in 1620 
21 f.r. after and was insert subsequently 

17 Bosworth, Joseph : oyyiit College 
5 f.e. Bott. Thomas : for Long read Longe 

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BOTTOMLEY BEOWELL 

K.B.— /.«. stands f jr *'rom end and 1. 1, for laat line 

Boucher, John 5 for no issue read a son and daughter 
Bouchier, George : for Yeomans read Yearaans 
Boulter, Hugh : for Pierce read Pearce 

Boulton, Matthew: after 1809 add His grandson, and only surviving male 
representative, Matthew Piers Watt Boulton of Great Tew, Oxfordshire, died on 
80 June 1894 [Times, 4 July 1894) 
Bourchier, John, 2nd Baron Berners : for in 1616 read on 9 Feb. 1616-7 
Bourchier, Sir John : for 1645 read 1647 
Bourchier, Thomas : after Hastings insert and in 1433 a prebend at Lincoln 

for enthroned in February following read enthroned on 24 Jan. following 

{Sloane MS. 1201, f. 4 b) 
for 6 April read 30 March 
Bourke, Richard S., 6th Earl of Mayo : for during the remainder of his parlia- 
mentary life read from 1857 until the dissolution of 1868 
Bourn, Samuel (1689-1754) : for Lyne read Lyme 
Bourne, Gilbert : after prebend i7isert (Wildland) 
after prebend iiisert (Brownswood) 

after 1558 insert in which year he was lord president of Wales 
Bourne, Immanuel : for 1672 read 1679 

for Perisons read Peirsons 
Bouverie, Sir Henry F. : for 1775 read 1771 
for 1807 read 1810 

after colonel insert of the 1st West India regiment in 1842 and 
Bovill, Sir William : oviit Piatt had already gone and 
omit and Lush 

omit when Sir Pitzroy . . . baron 
89 ii 27 /.e. Bowater, Sir Edward : for lieutenant-general read general 

26 f.e. after foot insert from 1846 

40 i 10 hefore groom insert lieutenant-general and and after queen insert and in 

1854 full general 
2 Bowen, James {d. 1774) : for a native of read son of John Bowen of 
15 f.e. Bower, Walter : for Ex. read E. x. 
22 Bowes, Sir Jerome : hefore In insert He was M.P. for Lancaster in 1601 and for 

Reading in 1604 
8 Bowes, John (1690-1767) : for Baron of Clonlyon read Baron Bowes of Clonlyon 
'10 f.e. Bowes, Sir Martin: after the city insert (for Aldgate 1586-40, Castle Baynard 

1540-2, Farringdon within 1542-5, and Langboum 1545 till his death) 
14 f.e. after pp. 40-1) insert He was elected M.P. for London 1547, 1553, 1554 [his], 

1555, and 1556 ; was president of Christ's Hospital 1556 and comptroller of 
the London Hospitals from 1558 till his death 
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60 ii 21 Bowes, Mary £., Countess of Strathmore : for Trowbriilge read Troubridge 
02 i 24 Bowes, Sir Robert : after accord insert He had been M.P. for Yorkshire in 1542, 
for Newcastle-on-Tyne in 1545, and for Middlesex in 1547 and 1553 
ii 7 Bowes, Kobert : for In 1571 read He had been M.P. for Knaresborough 15C2-7. 
In 1572 
8 for Carlisle read Appleby and he was M.P. for Cumberland 1584-5, 1586-7, 

and 1588-9 

68 ii C8-89 Bowet, Henry : omit at this time the ayid after Richmond imert in 1418 
64 i 18 after London insert (1399) and another at York (1400) 

C8 i 16 Bowles, Sir George: a//e;- West India Regiment i/wer< (1855) 
10 /.e. after 1846 insert lieutenant-general 1854 and general 1862 

O/.e. after London insert He became G.C.B. in 1878 

69 i 2-8 Bowles, Phineas : for in 1749 read on 12 Dec. 1746 ; lefore member insert whig 

4 for in February 1734-5 read 1785-41 

ii 21 /.e. Bowles, William L. : for of which in read and in 1805 prebendary of Major Pars 
Altaris, which he held till his death. In 

70 ii 85 after Salisbury insert on 7 April 1850 
78 ii 22 Bowman, Walter : for f. 824 read f. 834 

75 i 13 Bownde, Nicholas : for daughter read sister 

15 for his widow married read his mother married as her second husband 

77 ii 8 Bowring, Sir John : for twelve read thirteen 

78 i 6-4/.e. omit subsequently held the appointment of 

81 i 86 Bowyer, Sir George (1740 ?-1800) : aftei- the year insert From 1787 to 1793 he was 

colonel of marines 

82 i 26 Bowyer, Sir George (1811-88) : for Earl of Stanhope read Earl Stanhope 

86 i 26 Boxall, John : for dean read archdeacon and prebendary 

27 after Winchester insert prebendary of St. Paul's 

87 i 14 /.c. Boxall, Sir William: for In 1867 read On 24 March 1871 

13 /.e. after knighthood insert and became a retired academician in 1877 

109 i 23 y Boyle, Charles, 4th Earl of Orrery : for Baron Marston read Baron Boyle of 
ii 13 i Marston 

i 5/.e. for elected read M.P. for Charleville in the Irish house of commons 1695-9 

and 
4 f.e. for but his return read 1701-5 ; his return for Huntingdon 

ii 4 after general insert He was colonel of 22nd foot 1704-7, of the 5th foot 

1707-10, and of the 2l8t foot from 1710 till death 

15 for but resigned this post read and lord-lieutenant of Somerset, but resigned 

the former post 

16 for his military command read the latter ofifice 

110 8 Boyle, David, Lord Boyle : for 80 Jan. read 4 Feb. 

15-14 Boyle, Henry, Lord Carleton : for in the latter year he became the read from 1701 
f.e. to 1708 

18 /.e. for 1710 read 1715 

11 /.c. a/^er state wseri of the Northern Department 

6/.C. before Boyle insert He was lord -lieutenant of the West Riding of Yorkshire 

1702-15 
ii 19 /.c. Boyle, Henry, Earl of Shannon : after neglected insert He was M.P. for Middle- 
ton 1707-18 and for Kilmallock 1718-5 
112 i 29-80 Boyle, John (1563 ?-1620) : for is stated . . . 1610 read was collated prebendary 
of Lichfield on 5 Feb. 1610-1 
6 f.e. Boyle, Michael the elder : before obtained insert was archdeacon of Cork 1013-4 

and 
if.e. after 1619 insert resigning the Lismore deanery in 1621 

ir^f^. for several . . . church read till death the chancellorship of Lismoro and 

Cashel, and tlie treasurership of Waterford 
ii 16 Boyle, Michael the younger : after deau of Cloyne insert in 1640 
18/.<?. /or 1675 rea^/ 1G78 

116 i 2/.e. Boyle, Richard [d. 1644) : fur 1644 read 1645 

ii after 1603 insert dean of Tuam May 1604 

18 fur 1644 read 1644-5 

117 86 Boyle, Richard, Ist Earl of Burlington: afhr designs in-iert He w.-xs lord 

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117 i 2-l/.e. Boyle, Richard, 3rd Earl of Burlington : for In May 1715 . . . and in read From 
May 1715 to 1721 he was lord-lieutenant of the East Riding of Yorkshire, and 
from June 1715 to 1733 of the West Riding 
omit June following . . . "West Ridings 
for of the same year read 1715 
Boyle, Boger, Baron Broghill : after parliament insert and also in the parlia- 
ment of 1661 which lasted till 1679 
Boyle, Roger (1617 ?-1687) : after Cork insert in Oct. 1662 
Boyse, Samuel : for 4033 B read 4038, £E. 840, 342 ; of. Stowe MS. 709, ff. 113, 114 

for 1729 read 1739 
Bradburn, Samuel : after merit insert He was president of the Wesleyan Con- 
ference in 1799 
Braddock, Edward ; for 1720 read 1725 

for United States army read president of the United States 
Bradford, Sir Thomas : after four years insert He was colonel of the 94th regiment 
from 1823 to 1829 
for the 38th regiment read the 30th regiment, which he held till 1846 
Bradock, Thomas : after 1584 insert He was proctor in the same year 
Bradshaw, Henry : for College read Hall 

Bradshaw, John (1602-1659): for apparently read subsequently 
for till 1649 when read till his death, although in 1649 
for Edward Prideaux read Edmund Prideaux 
omit permanent 
after elected insert for Stafford 
Bradwardine, Thomas : for soon afterwards read had already in 1333 

before Archbishop insert In 1347 Bradwardine became archdeacon of Norwich 
Brady, Sir Maziere : for Nicholas Ball read Stephen Woulfe 

for 1847 read 1846 
Braham, John : for Brompton read Kensal Green 
Bramhall, John : for Elvington read South Kilvington 
28 /.e. Bramston, Sir John the younger: before In accordance insert He was elected 
for Bodmin to the long parliament 
3-2/.e. for To the first parliament of James II read To the parliaments of 1679 and 

1685 (under James II) 
l.l. omit the line 

211 i 1 omit represented Chelmsford 

ii lof.e. Brancker, Thomas : for Rhenanus read Rhonius 
9/>. for Feel read l^ell 

212 i 31-32 Brand, Barbarina, Lady Dacre : for twenty-first lord B&cie'read twentieth Baron 

Dacre 
Brand, John {d. 1808) : for Oxford read Cambridge 
Brande, "William T. : for in 1866 read 11 Feb. 1866 
Brandon, Sir Thomas : for 1509 read 1510 

for in 1509 read on 29 Jan, 1509-10 
Brandreth, Thomas S. : for in 1873 read 27 May 1873 
Braose, William de : for (alias Colwyn) read (or Pains Castle) 
after Castle Maud insert (or Pains Castle) 
omit fell back , . . where he 
Brassey, Thomas : for Duke read Marquis 
Brathwaite, Richard : for In May read On 4 May 

for It is very doubtful ... * A Happy Husband ' 1019 read Brathwaite'*' 

'Good Wife ; or, a Rare One amongst Women, by|Musophilus,' was pubhshed 

in 1618 ; a unique copy which once belonged to Sir Edwaid Dering wap sold 

by Messrs, Sotheby in November 1897. A second editioea appeared in 1619 

23 fe. Bray, John : for 232, 32 read 282 

12 /.e. Bray, William : for Having licensed read After he had licensed 
Braybroc, Henry de : for 1334 read 1284 

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Brenmer, Robert : for 1763 read 1762 
Brent, Sir Nathaniel : for 1689 read 1630 

for Latin read Italian 
Brenton, Sir Jahleel : after Sheemess hneri He was colonel of marines 1825-80 
Brereton, John : omit Jolm Brereton . . . 1592-3 

Brereton, Owen S. : after Lloyd insert He was M.P. for Liverpool from 1724 till 
liis death in 1750, changing his name to Salusbury some years before 
omit about the year 1756 
after 1780 insert supporting Lord North 

l^' I Brereton, Thomas : for Queen's square read Queen square 

271 i 12f.e. Brereton, Sir William (1004-61) : for 1639-40 read to the short and to the long 

parliaments in 1640 
278 i 4 Brereton, Sir William (1789-1864) : after constabulary insert and in April 1864 

was made colonel commandant of the royal artillery 
274 i 15/.«. Brerewood, Sir Eobert : a/^er law rnser^ He was M.P. in the same year for Chester 

in the short parliament 

282 i 82 Brett, Henry: for was for a short time member read was in three parliaments — 

from 1701-8— the tory member 

283 ii 1-2 Brett, John W. : for but he did not live to see it accomplished read and an 

electric telegraph cable across the Atlantic was completed in 1858, though 
it failed to work after the transmission of a few messages 
4 for Trim read Trym 

284 i 9 fe. Brett, Sir Peircy : for He became a vice-admiral read He was colonel of marines 

1760-2 and M.P. for Queenborough 1754-74. He became a vice-admiral of the 
blue on 18 Oct. and of the white 

285 i 7 fe. Brett, Thomas : for 1748 read 1744 

286 i 21 for 1743 read 1748-4 

299 i life. Brewster, Abraham: for home secretary read first lord of the admiralty 

300 ii 13 Brewster, Sir David : for that university read Aberdeen University 
801 ii 17/.^. for In 1888 read On 7 Dec. 1837 

11 fe. after St. Andrews insert He held the post till 1859. From that year till his 

death he was principal of Edinburgh University 
S02 i 38 for Professor Blackie read Professor Blaikie 

303 i 14 for Montrose read Melrose 

26-27 Brewster, Sir Francis : for {fl. 1674-1702) read {d. 1704) 
29 after 1674 insert He was M.P. in the Irish house of commons for Tuam 

1692-1703, and for Doneraile 1703-4 
17 f.e. after colleagues insert Brewster died in 1704 

804 ii 2-1 /.e. Brewster, William : for but he mentions ... nor read He matriculated from 

Peterhouse in 1580, but apparently failed to graduate 

805 i 1 omit the line 

314 ii 14 Brideoake, Ealph : omit his deanery of Salisbury 

8/.e. Bridge, Bewick : after 1811 insert He was proctor in 1800 
818 i 8-2/. e. Bridgeman, Sir Orlando : for the long parliament read both the short and the 
long parliaments 
l.l. for in the read on 27 Nov. 1648 

ii 1 07nit same year 

820 ii 83 Bridges, John [d, 1618) I after Kent imcrt From 1565 to IClO he was prebendary 

of Winchester 

821 ii 25 Bridges, John (1620-1724) : for 1711 read 1711-2 

825 ii 6 Bridport, Giles of: for Buckinghamshire read Berkflhire 
327 ii 15 Briggs, Henry P. : for 1793 read 1791 1 

16 after painter imert son of John Hobart Briggs 

17-18 for in 1793; he was . . . Opie the artist rrarZ ftboiiti 1791 ; ho was descended 

from Vincent Perronet [q. v.] whose daughter EJUaabeth married William 
Briggs of the Customs House, secretary to the Wesleys 
Wf.e. after 1844 insert He married Eliza Alderson, by whom ho had one son who 

died young, and a daughter who married John Carr, vector of Adisham, 
Kent 
7 f.e. fur Redgraves' read Redgrave's 

838 U 22 Briggs, John (1785-1875) : after major-g<"iioral insert of lleuU-goneral 1851 and 
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Bright, John (1788-1870) : after Hospital insert From 1828 to 1845 he was a com- 
missioner in lunacy 
Brigit, Saint : for Dal, Conchobar read Dal Conchobar 
Brihtnoth : for sister read sister-in-law 
Brinsley, John : for 1663 read 1683 
Brisbane, Sir Thomas M. : for 1829 read 1825 

o -t'f * \ Bristol, Ralph de : for Cashel read Kildare 
4 j.e, ) 

7-6/.e. omit by William of Malmesbury 

857 11 2Sf.e. j Bj-istowe, Edmund : for Bristowe read Bristow 

865 i l.l. Brocas, Sir Bernard : after 1395 insert In 1391 he was M.P. for Wilts 

379 ii 14/.e, Brodie, Sir Benjamin C. : after examinations insert He was elected first 

president of the General Medical Council 23 Nov. 1858 
883 ii 22-21 Brodrick, Alan, Lord Midleton : for king's-serjeant read second serjeant 
f.e. 

8 f.e. for Earl Pembroke read Earl of Pembroke 

885 i 13 f.e. Brograve, Sir John : after years insert He was M.P. for Preston in 1586, 1597, and 
1601, and for Boroughbridge in 1592 
ii 28 f.e. Broke, Arthur : for Boaistuan read Boaistuau 
888 ii 22 f.e. Broke, Sir Richard : for In the spring of 1511 (2 Hen. VIII) read On 19 July 

1510 
389 i 27-25 Broke, Sir Robert : for and recorder of London . . . several parliaments read 
f.e. (1536-45) and recorder of London 1545-54 and represented the city in the 
parliaments of 1547, 1553, and 1554 

400 ? ^^18*^' } Bromley, Sir Richard M. : for 1866 read 1865 

27 f.e. Bromley, Sir Thomas {d. 1555 ?) : for king's bench read common pleas 

401 i 1 Bromley, Sir Thomas (1530-1587) : after Bacon insert He was M.P. for Bridgnorth 

1558, for Wigan 1559, and for Guildford 1562 

403 ii 11 Bromley, Valentine W. : for congestion of the lungs read smallpox 

15-11 Bromley, William (1664-1732) : for Having in 1689 . . . recognise William III 
f.e. read He was elected in February 1689-90 M.P. for Warwickshire 

10 f.e. for 1701-2 read 1700-1 

404 ii 30 Bromley, William (1699 ?-1737) : for of Warwick read of Fowey in 1725 and of 

Warwick 

405 ii 9 Brompton, Richard : after 1782 insert He was president of the Society of Artists 

till 1779 

9 f.e. Bromyarde, John de : after Cambridge insert Ke was chancellor of the university 

in 1383 

406 i 22 f.e. Bronte, Charlotte: for a curacy in Essex and read a curacy at Wether sfield in 

Essex and left in January 1809 to become curate at Wellington, whence he 
came to Dewsbury. Leaving this place at the end of the year he was 
presented 
ii 31-32 for Heckmondwike read Liversedge 

408 i 11 f.e. for in a lower situation 7'ead on a table-land 

412 i life. for June read January 

414 ii 3 f.e. Brook, David : after governors insert He was recorder of Bristol 1541-9 and M.P. 

for the city 1542-4 

415 i 28 for earl of Guilford read Baron Guilford 

416 ii 13-12 Brooke, Sir Arthur : for and was rewarded read In 1822 he was rewarded 

f.e. 

10f.e. for 1817 read 1819 

9 f.e. after regiment insert in 1837 

419 i 13 f.e. Broke, Christopher: after Essex insert He was M.P. for York in six parliaments, 
1604, 1614, 1620, 1624, 1625, 1626, and was also elected for Newport (I. of W.) in 
1624 
423 i 27 Brooke, Henry, 8th Lord Cobham: after Henry insert who was M.P. for Kent in 
1588-9 and for Hedon 1592-3 
Brooke, Sir James : after K.C.B. insert in 1848 
Brooke, Samuel : o?nit He was elected proctor at Cambridge in 1613 and 

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186 i 8/.^. Brookfield, William H. : /or Clevedon rearZ Clovedon Court, Somerset 
488 i 19 Brooks, Charles W. Shirley : for Norwood Green read Kensal Green 

ii 21 Brooks, James: fl/^^crBalliol College insert He was vice-chancellor of Oxford in 
1552 

447 i 24 Brotherton, Sir Thomas W. : for 1850 read 1851 

448 i 14 Brough, William : /or 1687-8 r^arZ 1G38-9 

452 ii 19-18 Brougham, Henry P., Lord Brougham: omit As Lord Cleveland . . . tories 
f.e. 

17 f.e. for felt bound in 1830 to vacate read in 1880 vacated 

16 /.c. owjti accordingly 

14 f.e. after Knaresborough insert in succesBion to Tiemey 

456 i 15 for Italy read Sardinia 

457 i 14 for 1885-40 read 1835-52 

459 ii 4 Broughton, Arthur : for {d. 1808?) read d. 1796 

5 after botanist insert youngest son of Thomas Broughton, 1704-74 [q. v.] 

8-11 for and subsequently settled .... Hortus Eastensis read He practised 

medicine at Bristol, and was elected physician to the infirmary there, 
14 May 1780. He went to Jamaica in Dec. 1783 with leave of absence, 
but never returned, dying at Kingston 29 May 1796. (Felix Farley, 
' Bristol Journal,' 80 July 1796) 

460 i 9 Broughton, Hugh : after Durham insert in 1578 

464 i 84 Broughton, Thomas (1704-1774) : before the vicarage insert a prebend in Salisbury 
Cathedral, to which belonged 
87-8 omit To the same influence he owed .... Salisbury Cathedral 

88-9 for and on receiving this read On this 

467 i 27 Broughton, William E. : after 1821 insert He was colonel of marinos from 1819 
till his death 

469 ii 20 /e. Brouncker, William, 2nd Viscount : for 1642 read 1646 

470 i 9 after nation insert He was M.P. for Westbury in the convention parliament 

of 1660 
17 f.e. for Mr. Pitt read Mr. Pett 

ii 2 hefo7-e Pepys insert He was a commissioner of the navy for general business 

1664-8 and comptroller of the treasurer's accounts 1668-79 
8 for in this office read at the admiralty 

82 after 1648 insert was M.P. for Romney from 1665 till he was expelled the 



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BBOWN-- — BUBTHOGGE 

'S.B.—f.e. stands for from end and l.l. for last line 
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1 i 11 f.e. Brown, Charles : for 1742 read 1741 

ii 8 Brown, Charles A. : for 1787 ? read 1786 
9 after Keats insert born in June 1786 

2 i 24 for 18S5 read 1637 

8 ii 27 f.e. Brown, David (1768-1812) : for a grammar school read the grammar school 
5 i 11 f.e. Brown, Sir George : before He was made insert He was colonel of the 77th foot 
1851-4 and of the 7th foot 1854-5 
8 f.e. after brigade insert in Jan. 1855 

7 ii 2 f.e. Brown, James B. the younger : omit Dr. 
21 ii 1 Brown, John C. : for Charles read Crawford 

23 i 9-8/.e. Brown, Lancelot : for M.P. for Huntingdonshire read M.P. for Tolncs 1780-4, for 
Huntingdon 1784-90, and for Huntingdonshire 17S2-4 
6 f.e. for London read Loudon 

25 i 14 f.e. Brown, Sir Robert : for 1748 read July 1742 
28 i 28 Brown, Samuel (1817-1856) : omit Dr. 
85 i 13 f.e. Brown, Ulysses M. von : for Charles V read Charles VI 
38 ii 16 f.e. Browne, Sir Anthony : after Browne insert He was M.P. for Surrey in 1542 and 

1547 
89 i 11 f.e. Browne, Anthony (1510 ?-1567) : after Cromwell insert He was M.P. for Lost- 

withiel in 1545, for Preston in 1553, and for Maldon in 1554 
40 i 20 /.e. Browne, Anthony, 1st Viscount Montague (1526-1592): a/^er Elizabeth insert 
He was M.P. for Guildford 1542 and 1547, for Petersiield 1558, and for 
Surrey 1554 
10-9 for Gylesland read Gilsland 

fe. 
43 ii 23 /,e. Browne, George (cZ. 1556) : after 1534 insert He was consecrated at Lambeth by 
the archbishop of Canterbury on 19 March 1534-5 
Browne, Hablot K. : for Fairleigh read Fairlegh 
Browne, Sir Bichard : after recruiters insert in October 1645 

for 1647 . . . London read 1648 was also chosen alderman of Langbourn 
ward and sheriff of London 
ii 4 after baronet insert He was commissioner of appeals in the excise from 

1661 till death, and also president of Bethlehem and Bridewell hospitals 
1660-8 
60 ii 19 /.e. Browne, Robert: for Allen read Alden 

l-Gf.e. for and his last descendant . . . Pomfret read A son Edward was one of 

twenty gentlemen who under the leadership of Cecilius Calvert, 2nd Lord 
Baltimore, founded the colony of Maryland in 1034. He settled permanently 
in the colony, and by his wife, Mary, daughter of Morgan WilHams, was 
father of Morgan and Edward Browne, whose descendants are still 
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61 ii 82-83 Browne, Samuel (d. 1668) : for Two years previously read In October 1641 

84 for boroughs read parishes 

62 i 82-88 for After this . . . when he read He was elected M.P. for Bedford in 1659, 

and for Bedfordshire in 1660. At the restoration he 

64 ii 4 Browne, Thomas : for in 1678 read 6 Deo. 1673 

25-26 Note that 'The Royal Charter . . . ' 1019 is by Thomas Bayly [q. v.] and 

not by the subject of this article 

65 i 80 Browne, Sir Thomas : for twelve read ten 

32 for three read two 

72 i U. Browne, Thomas (1708?-1780) : after 1761 insert Clarenceux in 1778 

^® * g I Browning, Elizabeth Barrett : for 1809 read 1806 

4 for Burn Hall 7-ead Coxhoe Hall in the parish of Kelloe 

lOf.e. for about eleven or twelve read thirteen 

7 f.e. after printed insert in 1819 ; it was issued in 1820 

ii 9/.e. /or seventeen years of age rd?afZ twenty years of age (1826) 

79 i 20 after drowned insert in Babbicombe Bay 

81 ii 24 after 1861 insert Another mural tablet is in Kelloe church 

88 ii 19 Brownrig, Ralph : after Cambridge iyisert in 1681 

29-80 for in the same year read in 1642 

85 ii 15 Brownrigg, Sir Robert : for K.C.B. read G.C.B. 

21-22 for was made G.C.B. in 1822 read was governor of Londguard Fort from 1823 

till his death 
23 for April read May 

92 i 37-88 Bruce, David II: /or Oldham rea^Z Odiham 

97 i 10 Bruce, Edward, Lord Kinloss : for Aylesbury read Ailesbury 

104 i 32 Bruce, James, 8th Earl of Elgin : after government insert His election for 

Southampton was, however, declared void on petition 

105 ii 16 after Elgin insert who was made G.C.B. the year before 

107 i 86 Bruce, Sir James L. Knight- : for In August 1837 read In 1835 and again in 1837 

108 i 13 Bruce, John (1745-1826) : before and historiographer insert to the privy council 

109 i 2/.e. Bruce, Sir John H. : for lieutenant-general read major-general 1754 and 

lieutenant-general 1758 
ii 1 after Bermudas iiisert (1721-7) 

2 after Parliament insert (1727-34 and 1741-7) 

3 after eighty-two insert on 6 June 1768 
114 i 23 /.e. Bruce, Robert de, I : for Brin read Brix 

ii 14 Bruce, Robert de, II : 
116 i 15 f.e. Bruce, Robert de, VI : 

12 f.e. for Hemingford read Hemingburgh 

119 i 12 /.e. Bruce, Robert de, VIII : for Jan. read July 

130 i 82 Bruce, Thomas, 2nd Earl of Ailesbury : before When the insert He was lord- 
lieutenant of Bedfordshire and Huntingdonshire 1685-9 
ii 85 Bruce, Thomas, 7th Earl of Elgin : after major-general insert in 1809, lieutenant- 
general in 1814, and general in 1837 
181 ii 20 for from 1790 to 1840 read from 1790 to 1807 and from 1820 to 1840 

136 i 23-24 Brudenell, James T., 7th Earl of Cardigan : for Hambledon in Hampshire read 

Hambleden in Buckinghamshire 

137 i 16-7 for what was known as the 'Black Bottle' riot read a very serious 

episode 
40 for James read Garner Phipps 

15 f.e. for in 1847 read on 20 June 1864 

•189 i 9 Brudenell, Robert: a/<er. 1790 insert {see Montagu, George Brudknbll] 

141 i 84 Bruhl, John M., Count of: for Miss Cherone read Maria, daughter of Ge:.o al 

Chritttophcr Chowne, who died in 1885 

142 ii 18/.«, Brandish, John J.: /or three read two 

15-14 omit and Smith . . . 1836 

f.e. 
151 ii 24 Bryan, Sir Francis : after occasion insert He was M.P. for Buckinghamshire in 
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154 ii 14 /.e. Bryan, Matthew: for Mews read Mew 

155 i 15 /or Waller reac? Walker 

157 ii 11 /.e. Bryce, Sir Alexander : for and in 1829 was appointed read colonel commandant 

royal engineers in 1829 and in 1830 

158 ii 18 f.e. Bryce, James, the elder : omit Scottish and after Church insert at Wick in 

Caithness 
160 i A f.e. Brydges, Grey, 5th Lord Chandos : lefore His insert Grey Brydges was M.P. for 

Cricklade in 1597 
162 ii 24 /.e. Brydges, James, 1st Duke of Chandos : for Chandos read Canons 

8 f.e. after George II insert He resigned the lord-lieutenancy of Hertfordshire in 

1742 

166 ii n f.e. Brydone, Patrick: for 1741? read 1736 

16-15 for was born . . . 1741 7-ead, was son of Kobert Brydone (1687 ?-1761), 

f.e. minister of Coldingham in Berwickshire, by his wife Elizabeth [d. 1764), 

daughter of John Dysart, his predecessor in the benefice. Patrick was 
born, probably at Coldingham, on 5 Jan. 1736 

167 i 29 after office insert from 1779 till death 

33 after p. 643 insert Hew Scott, Fasti, ii. 481 

168 i 1 Bryne, Albertus : for 1669 ? read 1677 

83 after name insert He was organist and fourth fellow of Dulwich College from 

1671 to 1677 and organist of All Hallows Barking in 1676 
171 i 84 Buc, Sir George : after (Cottonian MSS.) insert He was M.P. for Gatton in 1592 

and 1597 
186 ii 32-33 Buchanan, Francis H. : for do not appear . . . except read appeared in 

86 after death insert and in ' Eastern India ' by Robert Montgomery Martin 

[q. v.] 1838 (3 vols.) 
11 f.e. after year insert He was married and left a son 

189 i 24 Buchanan, George (1506-1582) : for (10 Feb.) read (10 Feb. 1567) 

38 for 16 Sept. read 16 Sept. 1568 

190 ii 10 /or 1569 reatZ 1570 

191 i 8 f.e. for death read retirement 
193 i 6/.e. for ' Irones ' read ' Icones 

199 ii 16 /.e. Buckenham, Robert: after 1581 insert In the latter year he became archdeacon 

of Lewes 

200 ii 33 Buckeridge, John : for Colwell read Colwall 

210 i n f.e. Buckle, Henry T. : for Lord Coleridge read John Duke (afterwards Lord) 

Coleridge 
215 i 21 fe. Buckley, William {d. 1570 ?) : for Ufton read Ufton Decani 
224 i 8-2/.e. Budgell, Eustace : for a member of the Irish House of Commons read M.P. for 

Mullingar in the Irish House of Commons 1715-27 
226 ii 13 Budworth, William : for Shareshull read Sharcshill 
231 i 6/.e. Bulkeley, Arthur : /or 4 March reacZ 14 March 

ii 19 Bulkeley, Launcelot : for Some years later read In 1613 

23 after kingdom insert From 1634 till death he was treasurer of Cashel 

282 i 4 Bulkeley, Sir Richard (1583-1621): /or parliaments ... 1570 rea(? parliaments of 
1562 and 1571 

9 for 1576 read 1576-7 

ii Id f.e. r//^er Notes and Queries mser^ 1st Series 

233 i 5/.e. Bulkeley, Sir Richard (1644-1710) : after 1672 insert He was M.P. for Fechard 
(Wexford) in the Irish House of Commons from 1692 till death 

242 ii 20 /c. Bull, John {fl. 1636) : for {fl. 1686) read {d. 1642) 

2 f.e. for Throskites read Thraskites 

243 i 6 after p. 571) insert Bull died in January 1641-2 

250 i 12 f.e. Buller, Sir George : after 1862 insert He was appointed colonel of the 88th foot 

in August 1860, but was transferred next month to the Highland Brigade 

251 i 5-6 BuUingham, John : for the recently created bishopric of Bristol read the bishopric 

of Bristol (created in 1542) 

262 ii 17 f.e. BuUingham, Nicholas : for 24 April read 18 April 

257 ii 23-22 BuUokar, William : for Sir Ad. Toinings at Newhaven read Sir Adrian Poinings 
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259 i 2if.e. Bulstrode, Edward : for Hedgeley read Hedgerley 

O/.e. of ter AstHey itisert He was chief justice of the Anglesea circuit the same 

year 

260 ii 15 Bulstrode, Whitelocke : fl//er excise i;wr< 1710-5 ^ 

261 ii 13-12 Bulteel, John : foi- To a certain John Bulteel who read One John Bulteel was 

f.e. secretary to Edward earl of Clarendon, was created M.A.of Oxford 9 Sept. 

1661, was elected M.P. for Lostwithiel in 1661 and 
11 f.e. /or has rert (7 To him has 

l/.e. for John Bulteel read another John Bulteel 

4-l/.e. otnit these lines 

264 i 10 f.e. Bulwer, W. Henry Lytton E., Baron Balling : after Bulwer insert who contested 
Hertford in 1826 
2-lf.e. for for four sessions during which he read till the dissolution of 1887 and 

266 i 14 Bunbury, Sir Henry E. : for 1815 read 1814 
16f.c. for 1620 read 1821 

ii 6 after followed insert He withdrew from the army in 1882 

268 i 7 f.e. Bundy, Richard : /or a month later rmtZ on 24 Aug. 

271 i 7 Bunny, Edmund : for 1619 read 1618 

life. after 1585 insert resigned 1603 

7 f.e. for 1618-9 read 1617-8 

272 i 26 Bunny, Francis : after Calvinist insert At the time of his death he was preben- 

dary of Carlisle 

285 ii IB f.e. Burbage, Bichard: after stage insert and seems to have joined the Earl of 

Leicester's company of players which was long in high repute, and was 
afterwards known successively as the Earl of Derby's company, as the 
Lord Chamberlain's company, and after the accession of James I as the 
king's company 
11 f.e. for his father read Burbage's father 

286 i 8-23 /or Except for the mention . . . the day in a warrant reacZ At Christmas 1594 

he was summoned with two other members of his company (then known 
as the Lord Chamberlain's company), William Kempe [q. v.] and William 
Shakespeare, to act before the queen at Greenwich palace; they played in 
two several interludes on 27 and 28 Dec. and received 201. for their services. 
A warrant 

for authorising read constituted 

for — the company in highest repute at the time — read the king's company 
and authorised them 

omit from Burbage's position . . . from 1598 

for 1594 read 1589 

for very suspicious read quite authentic 

for Chamberlain's 'Letter Writer ' read Chamberlain, the letter writer 
Burch, Edward : for On the death of Richard Wilson read In 1794 
Burchett, Josiah : for On his return to England he read He 

for (1695) read (February 1G93-4) 

after Sandwich insert as a whig 

for 1721 read 1722 

for He married Thomasine . . . vi. 468) read Burchett married on 22 July 

1721 the widow of Captain Robert Aris, commissioner of the navy at 

Plymouth {Hist. Beg. 1721, p. 81). His only daughter Elizabeth married 

Sir Charles Hardy the elder [q. v.] 

295 ii 19 Burder, Henry F. : after 1830 insert He was chairman of the Congregational Union 

in 1844 

297 ii 13-15 Burdett, Sir Francis: for In 1800 ... for Westminster read At tlie general 

election of 1806 
16 for Paull, who read Paull for Westminster. Paull 

298 ii 14-15 for In 1820 . . . and shared read In 1819 George Lamb took Romilly's seat 

and in 1820 it was filled by Hobhouse, who shared 

805 1 24 Burges, Sir James B. : /or commissioner of excise, and died read a commissioner 

of the Scottish excise 1761-8, and afterwards comptroller-general of the 
Scottish customs from 1768 till his death on 1(5 March 1780 

806 ii 21 for General Alexander Fordyco read Alexander Fordyoc [q. v.] 
307 i 11 /.«. Burges, Mary A. : fur He read She 

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3-1 /.e. for Dr. Munk . . . certainly mistaken rca^Z He also had a son, Dr. John 

Burgess of Sutton Coldfield, whose ' Medical Commonplaces ' are preserved 
in Sloane MS. 250 
813 ii 6 Burgess, Thomas : after Salisbury insert He was prebendary of Salisbury 1787- 
1803 
for In 1794 read In September 1791 
Burgh, Benedict : after Estsex ' i?iser^ Burgh also edited and completed Lydgate's 
' Secretes of Philosophers ' (see Robert Steele's edition of the * Secreta ' for the 
Early English Text Society, 1893) 
Burgh, Hubert de : for 1330 read 1230 
Burgh, Richard de : for FitzAldelm read Fitzaldhelm 
Burgh, Sir Ulysses B. : for Lord Downes read 2nd Baron Downes [q. v.] 

before He became insert He was M.P. for Carlow Co. 1818-26 and for 

Queenborough 1826-30 
for the following year read 1833 

for during the Duke . . . ordnance read remuned surveyor-general of the 
ordnance during the Duke of Wellington's ministry till 1830 
15 before He died insert He was colonel of the 54th foot 1845-50 

Burgh, Walter de : for Walter de Laci's wife read Walter de Burgh's wife 
332 ii 12 /.e. Burghall, Edward : for Raine read Raines 
833 ii 4 Burghers, Michael : for (d. 1727) read (1653 ?-1727) 

5-6 for came to England . . . Oxford read born at Amsterdam about 1658, 

and settled at Oxford in 1673 
9 after 1720 insert He succeeded David Loggan [q. v.] as ' sculptor ' to the 

university in 1692 
14 for John Barefoot, letter-doctor read Richard Barefoot, letter-carrier 

13 /.e. Burgoyne, Sir John (1739-85) : for 1783 read 1782 
Burgoyne, John (1722-1792) : for 1768 read 1769 
Burgoyne, Sir John F. : for 1850 read 1851 

after engineers insert (November 1854) 
Burhill, fiobert : for Beconum read Becanum 

for Beconi read Becani 
Burley, John : for 1647 read 1648 

for 1647 read 1647-8 
Burn, Bichard : for 1733 read 1734 
Burn, William : omit Dalkeith Palace and 
for Sandown read Sandon 
for the Earl of Annesley read Earl Annesley 
Burnaby, Frederick G. : for 1874 read 1875 
life. Bumell, Robert: after obtained insert He was presented to prebends in St. Paul's 
and Hereford cathedrals 
Burnet, Gilbert : for 1672 read 1671 
for Grimstone read Grimston 
for the Earl of Stafford read Viscount Stafford 
for 1699 read 1698 
for 7 read 17 

after controversy insert He was prebendary of Salisbury from 1715 until 
his death, 17 June 1726 
life. Burnet, Margaret: orjiit 1670 or 

Burnet, Thomas (1635 ?-1715) : for 1661 read 1667 

Burnet, Thomas (d. 1750) : after and insert was prebendary of Salisburv from 
1711 till his death, 28 May 1750. He ^ j 

Burnet, Sir Thomas : for was at length called to the bar read at length beau 

practice at the bar ° 

Burnett, Sir William: after K.C.B. insert in 1850 
Burney, Charles : for ' The Coming Man ' read « The Cunning Man ' 

for Reynolds, now .... Oxford read Reynolds for Mrs. Thrale, at whose 
sale it was bought by Charles Burney (1757-1817) [q. v.]; it now belongs to 
Archdeacon Burney ; a replica is in the Music Scliool, Oxford 
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archdeacou of St. Albans and Colchester, the friend of Bishop Blomfield, and a 
man of considerable social gifts. Bumey himself 

419 i 16-15 Bumey, James : for captain in the royal navy read rear-admiral 

f.e. 
ii 85 after apoplexy insert a rear-admiral on the retired list 

428 ii 20 /.e. Burns, Eobert (1759-1796) : fur East Indian read West Indian 
430 ii 12 /U». for 18 read 16 

440 i 28 /.e. Burrard, Sir Harry : for from 1706 to 1786 read from 1705 to 1727 and for Yar- 
mouth (I. of W.) from 1727 till his death, 80 May 1785 
21 /.e. for 1784 read 1778 

llf.e. after Sir Harry imert He was M.P. for Lymington 1780-8, 1790-1, and 1802 

ii 8 for and also made read He had already, in 1787, been made 

442^ i 25 Burrell, Lady Sophia : for Burbell, Lady Sophia read Burrell, Sophia Lady 
ii 26 Burrell, Sir William : after Rochester insert continuing in both posts till death 
28 for 1771 read 1774, being re-elected for Haslemere in that year 

443 i 3 Burrough, Edward: /or 1662 rmfZ 1663 

444 i 20 for towards the end of 1662 read on 14 Feb. 1662-3 (Ellwood's Auto- 

biography) 

445 i 5 Burrough, Sir James: a/^er 1727 i^wer^ resigning the post in 1749 

9 after 1764 insert He was vice-chancellor of Cambridge in 1759 

ii 4 for by way of consolation read in November 1759 

448 i 7 Burrow, Sir James : /or At the early age of twenty-three read In 1788, at the age 

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450 ii 1, 2 Burrowes, Peter : for In 1821 he was appointed judge read From 1821 to 1835 he 
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N,B.— /.e. stands iovfrom end and l.l. for last line 

Burton, Edward : after professorship insert in 1829 

Burton, George : after Walcot insert He married, 9 July 1743, Anne Reeve of 

Melton Mowbray 
Burton, Hezekiah : for vicar read rector 
Burton, John (1696-1771) : for 1720 read 1720-1 

for 1779 read 1772 
Burton, John (1697-1771) : for 1697 read 1710 

for was born at Eipon .... in 1783 read son of John Burton, a London 
merchant, by Margaret, daughter of the Rev. J. Leake, was born at 
Colchester on 9 June 1710, and was educated at Merchant Taylors' School 
and at St. John's College, Cambridge, whence he graduated M.B. in 1733. 
He afterwards studied at Leyden 
15/.e. for 21 Feb. read 19 Jan. 

14 f.e. after Burton insert Burton married, on 2 Jan. 1734-5, in York Minster, Mary 

Henson. She survived him a few months and was buried by his side in 
Holy Trinity Church, Micklegate 
11 i 10 /.e. Burton, John H. : for 1862 read 1864 

17 i 12-16 Burton, Thomas: /or The Westmoreland returns .... re-elected to it re«fZ Burton 

was re-elected for Westmoreland to Richard Cromwell's parliament (27 Jan. 
1658-9 to 22 April 1659) 

18 ii 17 f.e. Burton, William (1575-1645) : for 1662 read 1622 

21 ii 21 f.e. Bury, Arthur: for 1714? read 1713 

11 /.e. before and was offered insert was made prebendary of Exeter 

22 i 4 f.e. for evidently the composition of Bury read by James Parkinson [q. v.] 

1658-1722 
2 f.e. for his read Bury's and for he read Bury 

ii 12-14 for The date of his death .... about 1714 rea^ He died, according to 

Rawlinson MSS. in Bodleian Library, in Sept. 1713 
28 i 31-82 Bury, Lady Charlotte S. M. : for died quite forgotten .... and her read was 
described in the 
88-84 for curiously says read as 

12 f.e. /or Disinterested reafZ Disinherited 

28 ii 21 Bury, Thomas : for 1667 read 1667-8 
82 ii 33 Bush, Paul : for about 1517 read in June 1518 

86-39 for the ' Bonhommes ' . . . . Black Prince), whose house read the Austin 

Friars), whoso house 
84 i 29 Bushe, Charles K. : for 1797 read 1796 

80 after Callan insert He sat for that place till 1799, when he was returned for 

Donegal borough 
12-11 for On the dissolution .... in 1803 rearZ Bushe was made third serjeaut in 

f.e. July 1805. On the promotion of the solicitor-general Plunket to the 

attorney-generalship in the following October 
35 i 11 Busholl, Brown : for April read March 

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S5 i 85 Bashell, Seth : for and MA. read. He proceeded M.A. lGn5 
89 1 10 /.c. . j^gj^ g^jjg (1772-18G2) : for Wordsworth read Wadsworth 

8/.C.) 
42 i 1 Butcher, Edmund: a /"^er Edmund insert a churchman and a tory, and alderman of 

Bristol from 1838 to 1850 
45 ii 19 /.r. Butler, Charles (1750-1832) : for 1832 read. 1831 
48 17 f.e. Butler, Sir Edward G. for the latter year read 1815 

50 ii Butler, James, 2nd Earl of Ormonde : for 1377 read 1837-8 
C2 i If.e. Butler, James (//. 1681-4) : for 1642 read 1648 

4-3/.e. for earl (afterwards .... of Ormonde read twelfth earl (afterwards raxrquis 

and duke) of Ormonde 
SS i 10 Butler, James, 1st Duke of Ormonde : for In 1031 he read He then 
57 i 4-3/.^. for from February to April read till April 

ii 23 after Somerset insert (resigned in 1G72) 

CO i 87-89 for an English dukedom .... Lauderdale read one English dukedom having 

lapsed with the death of Lauderdale, another 
61 i Vi.f.e. Butler, James, 2nd Duke of Ormonde : for Ormonde read In Sept. 1688 James II 
made Ormonde K.G., but the duke 
ii 11 for was gratified .... the read was installed K.G. and was gratified by the 

13 /or life-guards read horse-guards 

02 ii 8/.e. /or the following year r^a(7 April 1707 

04 i 17 after 529-530) insert He was lord-lieutenant of Norfolk 1713-14 

23-24 omit and confirmed in the lord-lieutenancy 

25 omit from both ofiices 

ii 12 after June insert 1716 

07 i 18 Butler, John (1717-1802) . for was born at Hamburg read son of James Butler of 
Hamburg, was bom there in 1717 
20-23 for He was not a member .... Cambridge read. He matriculated from 

University College, Oxford, on 10 May 1738, and graduated B.C.L. in 
1746 and JD.C.L. in 1752 
ii C for in 1802 read 10 Dec. 1802 

68 i 10 /.e. Butler, Joseph: a/<er July insert 1719 

69 i 19 f.e. after St. Paul's insert with a prebend and a residentiary canonry 

18 f.e. after installed insert as dean 

13-17 for his other preferments read his preferments at Rochester and Stanhope 

/>. 
ii iiif.r. for 11 41 read lloO 

78 ii 23-24 Butler, Pierce, 3rd Viscount Galmoy : for Aughrim and the Boyne read the Boyne 

and Aughrim 

70 ii 29 Butler, Samuel (1774-1889) : for 1822 read 1821 

Qf.c. after 1797 insert and of 'Sidneiana ' for the Roxburghe Club in 1837 

77 i 8 after 311 insert A full life was published by Samuel Butler, his grandson, in 

1890 

79 ii 8 Butler, Thomas, 10th Earl of Ormonde : after time insert holding that oSlce till 

death 
88 omit with his views 

after Armada insert and was made K.G. 
omit Early in 1599 . . . Ireland but 
for with read With 

after loyalty insert (cf. Letters and Desjmtches relative to the Takintj of 
the Earl of Oimonde by O'More a.d. 1600, edited by J. Graves, 1803. 
o-if.e. Butler, Thomas, Earl of Ossory : for in the Irish House of Commons read M.P. for 
Dublin University in the Irish House of Commons 1001-2 
for in June read on 11 Aug. 
Butler, Walter, 11th Earl of Ormonde : for Poyntz read Preston 
Butler, William A. : for Thomson read Thompson 

Butt, Isaac : after Iii52in8ert (having contested Mayo Co. as a conservative in 1850) 
for Sir J. M'Kenna read the Hon. J. W. Fortescue 
after 1805 insert when he was defeated by Sir J. M'Kenna 
after 1871 insert having been defeated for Monaghan Co. the previous July 
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Coventry 1«12-18 and for Dover 1820-6 
i-df.e. Button, Ralph: for Dr. Henry Hammond read Edward Corbet, the successor of 
Dr. Henry Hammond 

99 i 28 for Wood's read Ward's 

101 i 20 Button, William : omit and afterwards dean 
13 /.e. for 12i8 read 12i7 

ii 11 Button, Sir William : for 1654 read 1655 
for 1654 read 1654-5 
Butts, Robert : for four read five 

Buxton, Charles : for M.A. in 1848 read B.A. in 1845 and M.A. in 1850 
Byam, Henry : for 1637 read 1627 

for the vicarage read afterwards became vicar 
15 f.e. Byles, John B. : for John read Sm John 

07nit and he was the last survivor of the order 
for June read January 
Byng, Andrew : for 1651 read 1652 
for 1651 read March 1651-2 

after business insert He was sub-dean of York for forty-six years, from 1600 
till his death 
118 i 30 Byng, George, Viscount Torrington . after Torrington insert He had been MP. 

for Plymouth since 1705 
120 i 12 f.e. Byng, John (1704-1757) : after 1757 insert He was M.P. for Kochester from 1751 
till his death 

122 i 11, 12 Byng, Sir John, Earl of Strafford : omit and governor .... Culmore 

21 before in 1822 insert the colonelcy of the York Infantry Volunteers (1815-6), 

the colonelcy of the 4th West India regiment (1816-9), 

27 for but resigned his command read In 1832 he was made governor of 

Londonderry and Culmore, but he resigned his Irish command 
ii 9 Byng, Thomas : for 1572 read 1572 and 1578 

l.l. Bynneman, Henry : for Ball read Bell 

123 i 21 f.e. Byrd, William : for 1538 ? read 1540 

ii 24-26 for It was .... he married read On 14 Sept. 1568 he married at St. Mar- 

garet's in the Close, Lincoln 

124 i 22 f.e, for is read in 

ii 17-7 for Somewhere about this time .... the crown read In April 1592 Byrd 

f.e. was still living at Harlington, but about 1593 he became possessed of the 

remainder of a lease of Stondon Place, Essex, an estate belonging to 
William Shelley, who was shortly afterwards convicted of high treason. 
The property was sequestrated and on 15 July 1595 Byrd obtained a crown 
lease of it for the lives of his eldest son, Christopher, and his daughters 
Elizabeth and Eachel 

125 i 10 for 1698 read 1608 

23-28 for What the end of the dispute .... much longer read Mrs. Shelley died 

in 1609, and the long dispute was settled by Byrd's purchase of Stondon 
Place in the name of John and Thomas Petre, charging part of the property 
with a payment to himself of 201. for his life with remainder to his second 
son, Thomas — an arrangement which gave rise to further litigation after 
his death 
ii 2^ f.e. /t»7- Sir Thomas Leighton' 8 read Sir William Leighton' 8 

126 i 5-12 for but the copies of the two .... Antiquarian Society in 1841 read with- 

out title pages probably in 1588, and have been published in modern 
editions 
85 after Gresham College insert and was alive in 1651 

88 after married insert (1) — Hook, by whom she had two children, William and 

Katherine, wife of Michael Walton, and (2) 
89, 40 for Thomas Falconbridge read (1) Henry Hawksworth, by whom she had 

four sons, and (2) Thomas Faulconbridge ; and 6. Anne, who died young 
129 i 24 Byrne, William : after success insert His second daughter, Mary, married James 
Green, 1771-1834 [q. v.] 
Byron, Oeorge, 6th Lord : for 245 read 45 
for John read John Thomas 
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Bythner, VictorinuB : for professor of read lectnrer on 

Cade, Salusbnry : after 1660 insert He was educated as a foundation scholar at 

Lewisham Grammar School 
Cadogan, William, Ist Earl : omit The lieutenancy .... same year 
omit Cadogan was lieutenant . ... of London App.) 
before Before the death insert Tlie lieutenancy of the Tower of London was 

conferred on him in December 1706, and he held it till January 1718 
omit lieutenant .... until 1718 

after Holland insert On 31 Aug. 1715 Cadbgan was appointed governor of the 
"Isle of Wight 

omit In September . . , . Wight 
for 1709 read 1719 

for the posts of commander-in-chief of the army and read post of 
after Charles Cadogan inseii (1691-1776) 
for several read two and after Reading insert 1716-22 
after Wight insert 1722-6 

after dragoons insert He was governor of Sheerness 1749-52 and of Graves- 
end and Tilbury 1752 till death. 
16 fe. Caesar, Sir Charles : for Bletchingley, Surrey read Weymouth 

Caesar, Henry : for 7 Oct. read 27 June 
8-1/.^. Caesar, Sir Julius : omit Many of his prescriptions .... manuscripts 
07nit by Sir Hans Sloane 
for Essex read Suffolk 
Caesar, Julius : after (1720) insert Many of his prescriptions are preserved in 
Sloane MS. 2815, having been copied from original manuscript by Sir Hans Sloane 
Csesar, Sir Thomas : after undistinguished insert He was M.P. for Appleby in 1601 

omit puisne or 
Cairncross, Alexander : for in 1701 read 14 May 1701 
Caimes, David : for till the close of his life read till 1703 

Cairns, Hugh M., Ist Earl Cairns : for the conduct ... Of this read the Oude 
despatch of Lord Ellenborough, who was president of the board of control, 
and this speech was subsequently published. In the following session he 
introduced two bills, one to simplify titles to real estate and another to 
establish a land registry, and his speeches introducing them produced a 
very favourable impression. Of his subsequent speech on the Reform 
Bill, 22 March 1859 , 
ii 5-11 p7nit This speech was . . . the house 

12 for ' Cagliari ' read * Gfcarles and Georges ' 

219 i 26-28 for Cairns to some extent . . . the bench read Subsequently in 1877 Cairns 

as a sort of reparation appointed Lord Chelmsford's son, Alfred Henry 
Thesiger [q. v.], a lord justice of the appeal court 
89-40 for On 21 July, when the bill read On 20 July 1869, when Gladstone's Irish 

Church bill 
for him read new buildings 
omit the line 
CaittS, John : after Althorp insert which is now at the John Rylands library at 

Manchester 
Calcott, Wellins: for Cheshire read Shropshire 
Calcraft, John (172&-1772) : after treasury insert He was M.P. for Calne 17G6-8 

for the same constituency read Rochester 
Caldeoott, Thomas : for 1748 read 1744 

before New College insert Winchester and 
Calder, Bobert ; for Neuthorn read Nenthom 

Calder, Sir Eobert : after 1810 insert Ho was made K.C.B. Jan. 1815 
Calderwood, David : for Grubb's read Grub's 
Caldwell, Sir Alexander : for 1765 read 1768 

for Captain Alexander Caldwell .... in 1765 7rad William Caldwell by his 
third wife, Isabella, daughter of Alexander Clark of Inverness. He was a 
grandson of Sir Jolui Caldwell, 2nd baronet, of Cautle Caldwell, Co. 
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247 ii 11 f.e. Caldwell, Sir Alexander : after 1839 insert Sir Alexander was twice married, first 

to Ann Miller, who died 22 Oct. 1836, and secondly to Elizabeth Shepheard. 
The second Lady Caldwell afterwards married Colonel Le Blanc and died 
in 1891 

248 i 9f.e. Caldwell, Sir Benjamin : after 1783 insert He was M.P. for Knocktopher in the 

Irish House of Commons 1776-83 and for Harristown 1783-90 

249 i 35 Calendar, Earl of : omit this cross reference 

254 i 8f.e. Call, Sir John : for Lord Oxford read Lord Orford 
261 i 12f.e. Calthorpe, Sir Henry: for Foster's read Forster's 

4-3/.e. Calthorpe, Sir Charles : for 1583, in succession to Thomas Snagge read 1584 

265 ii 7-11 Calverley, Walter : for But more interesting .... was first published read 

Calverley's story was twice dramatised — first by George Wilkins [q. v.] in 
* Miseries of Enforced Marriage ' (1607) and secondly in ' The Yorkshire 
Tragedy,' which was first published 
17 for the play read ' The Yorkshire Tragedy * 

266 i 36 Calvert, Caroline Louisa W. : for Dr. Woold read Dr. Woolls 
268 ii 9 f.e. Calvert, Frederick, 7th Lord Baltimore : for seventh 7'ead sixth 

7 f.e. for sixth read fifth 

12-16 7iote that Carlyle refers not to the subject of this article, hut to his father, 

under date 1739 
270* ii A f.e. Calvert, George, 1st Lord Baltimore: before In the insert On 8 Jan. 1623-4 he 
was elected M.P. for Oxford University 

272 i 11 for Anne, daughter of George Wynne rea^Z in 1604-5 Anne(^. 1622), daughter 

of a Roman catholic, George Mynne 
12 after Hertfordshire insert By her he had six sons and five daughters. 

There is some evidence of a second marriage 
18 f.e. add A portrait by Mytens has been often engraved 

273 i 19-20 Calvert, Sir Harry: for G.C.B. . . . adjutant-general read G.C.B. in 1815 and 

G.C.H. in 1817, received next year 
26-27 for about the time of his marriage read in January 1799, five months before 

his marriage 

274 i 16 Calvert, Leonard : for Port Comfort, Virginia, on 24 Feb. read Point Comfort, 

Virginia, on 27 Feb. 
after Indian village insert in Maryland 

after Virginia insert In April 1637 Calvert was constituted lieutenant- 
general, admiral, commander, chancellor, and chief justice of Maryland. 
He stood by the authority of the king during the Civil War, and was 
viewed with hostility by the parliamentary party. 
for and finally drove Calvert to Virginia read Richard Ingle, who held a 
commission from the parliament against malignants in Chesapeake Bay, 
finally drove Calvert to Virginia 
for Frank White read Father Andrew White, S.J. 
Calvert, Thomas : for about 1819 read in 1817 

for 1814 read 1815 
Cambell, Sir James : for 1613 read 1614 
for Broad Street read Bread Street 

before and twice insert governor of the East India Company 1602-3 
for Lion Street read Lime Street 
Camden, William : for a music lecture read the professorship of music 

for 1515 read 1615 
Cameron, Sir Alexander : for Inverallort read Inverailorfc 

for the 95th regiment read the corps of riflemen and afterwards as the 
95th regiment 
Cameron, Charles D. : for Cobourg read Coburg 

for 1866 read 1865 
Cameron, Donald : before was proclaimed insert his father 
Cameron, John (1579 ?-1625) : omit of respectable parents 

before After completing insert His father is identified with John Cameron, 
rector of Dunoon, and the family claim connexion with that of Lochiel 
18 Cameron, Sir John : before On 10 Jan. 1837 hisert He had been colonel 93rd foot 
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808 ii 84-88 Campbell, Alexander, 2nd Earl of Marchmont : for Hugh, on whose death .... 
in existence read Hugh [see Hume, HiUiir, 3rd and last Earl of Marchmont], 
through whose daughter Lady Diana the barony of Polwarth descended to her 
sou Hugh Scott of Harden 

812 i 44 Campbell, Anna M., Conntess of Balcarres : for eighth earl of Argyll read ninth 

earl of Argyll 
814 i 6 Campbell, Archibald, 4tli Earl of Argyll : for 1447-8 read 1547-8 
9 for Henry VIII read the English 

818 i 2 f.e. Campbell, Archibald, 6th Earl of Argyll : for death read divorce 

ii 84 Campbell, Archibald, 7th Earl of Argyll : for the nearest heir read near heir 

819 ij 29 for one son and one daughter read five daughters and three sons, including 

James, colonel of the Scots Guard in France, created earl of Irvine in 1642, 
who died in 1645 

820 i 23 Campbell, Archibald, Marquis of Argyll : for 1060 read 1661 
ii 26 for tutor read guardian 

for 69 read 70 

for 20,000L read 20,000Z. (Scots) 

for depositions read dispositions 

for did not disprove .... only his read disproved cowardice but showed 

for St. Margaret's Chapel read St. Magdalene Chapel 

for whence after .... removed read thence to Newbattle Abbey, and after 

a few weeks 
for three read four 
Campbell, Archibald, 9th Earl of Argyll : for Maydock read Mugdock 
Campbell, Archibald, Ist Duke of Argyll : for 1690 read 1696 
Campbell, Archibald, 3rd Duke of Argyll : for the 30th regiment of foot read the 
80th regiment of foot 1709-10 
for 1725 read 1721 

for the university of Aberdeen read Marischal College, Abei'deen 
for 1734 read 1733 
Campbell, Archibald (/. 1767) : for {fl.. 1767) read (1726 ?-1780) 

for After this .... this author 7-ead Campbell died at Kingston, Jamaica, 
on 10 Dec. 1780, in his fifty-fourth year, and was buried in Kingston parish 
churchyard 

813 i 14 Campbell, Sir Archibald (1789-1791) *. for and in the following month read In the 

previous July he was 
845 i IGf.e. Campbell, Sir Archibald (1769-1843): afier lieutenant-general insert was colonel 
of the 95th regiment 1829-34 and of the 77th regiment 1834-40 

850 i 20 f.e. Campbell, Colin (1754-1814): before Campbell was promoted insert He was 

colonel of the 5th garrison battalion 1808-12 and of the 55th foot 1812 till death 

851 i 29 Campbell, Sir Colin (1776-1847): after some years insert He was lieutenant- 

governor of Tobago in 1828 and of Portsmouth 1828-35 
for In 1839 read In November 1840 

after Piccadilly insert He had been colonel of 99th foot 1884-6 and of 72nd 
foot from 1836 till his death 
Campbell, Sir Colin, Lord Clyde : for Colin read John 

for he it was .... victory read he rendered the highest services at the battle 
for Crown Prince of Germany read the Prince of Prussia 
for 1858 read 1861 
Campbell, Daniel (1671 ?-1758) : for Catherine Denham read Catherine, daughter 
of Henry, third Lord Cardross, and relict of Sir "William Dunham, bart., of 
West Shields 
Campbell, Duncan : for Hayward read Haywood 

Campbell, Lord Frederick : after 1765 insert was secretary to the lord- lieutenant 
of Ireland 1767-8 
for 1771 read 1777 
for 1784 read 1787 
(rniit the line 

omit tenant and for 1786 read 1790 

after India insert He was a member of the committee of council for trade 
17H4-1801 
15/.^. Campbell, Frederick W. ifor Sir Edward Warrington road Sir Edward Winnington, 
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357 ii 14 /.e. after daughter insert He had been twice married previously 

359 i 26 Campbell, Sir Guy : for commanded it read was attached to the staff 
28 for 1828 read 1830 

ii llf.e. Campbell, Hugh, 3rd Earl of Loudoun: for in the following year readoii\ie 
same year 
3C1 ii 30 Campbell, Sir Jam3S (1687-1743) : after colonel of the insert 9th foot in 1715 and 
of the 
37-39 omit and was returned .... 1727 

41, 42 omit promoting Campbell to be major-general and 

42 for him read Campbell 

laf.e. ft/^er Castle mser^ He was M.P. for Ayrshire 1727-1741. He was promoted 

brigadier-general in 1735 and major-general in 1739 

302 i 14 Campbell, Sir James (1703-1819) : for general reacZ lieutenant-general 
ii 15 after 1816 insert was made G.C.H. in 1817 

303 ii 4/.e. Campbell, Sir James (1773?-1835) : after major-general insert from 1825 to 1833 

was governor of Grenada 
for 1830 read 1831 
8 f.e. for 74th read 94th and for 94th read 74th 

804 i 20^^21 } Campbell, Sir John {d. 1563) : for Sir John Lundy read Campbell of Lundy 

868 i 29 Campbell, John, 1st Earl of Breadalbane : before On the insert He was a repre- 

sentative peer in parliament in 1713 

869 i 83 Campbell, John, 2nd Duke of Argyll : after Keyserawaert insert He was colonel 

10th foot 1702-8, 4th horse-guards 1703-15, 5th foot 1706-7, 1st horse-guards 
1715-17 and 1733-40, and 3rd horse-guards 1726-33 
after castle insert He was also governor of Minorca (1712-4 and 1714-6) 
after offices add (He had been lord-lieutenant of Surrey 1715-6) 
after Jacobites insert From 1725 to 1730 he was master-general of the 
ordnance, and from 1730 to 1737 was governor of Portsmouth. He was 
made field marshal Jan. 1735-6 
omit field marshal and 
for Oxford read Orford 
Campbell, John (1708-1775) : omit about the age of eighteen 

for 1721 read 1736-7 
Campbell, John, 3rd Earl of Breadalbane : for Oxford read Orford 
for In January 1746 read In 1745 

after Scotland insert and sat till 1768 and again from 1774 to 1780 
for 1761 read 1756 
Campbell, John, 4th Earl of loudoun: after highlanders insert (the 54th) 

after Skye insert From 1749, when his old regiment, the 54th, was disbanded , 
he held until 1770 the colonelcy of the 30th foot. From 1755 to 1757 he 
was also colonel-in-chief of the 60th foot (rifles) 
for King George read Saint George 

before He died insert He was colonel of the 3rd foot guards from 1770 till 
death, and governor of Stirling Castle till 1763, when he was transferred to 
Edinburgh Castle, the governorship of which he held at death 

Campbell, Sir John (1816-1855) : for 1816 read 1807 

Campbell, John, 2nd Marquis of Breadalbane : for In 1843 he was chosen read 

From 1840 to 1842 he was 
Campbell, Sir John (1780-1863) : for K.C.T.S. read K.T.S. 
Campbell, Sir John (1802-1877) : for 1877 read 1878 

for on the enlargement read in 1809 after the enlargement 

for in December 1877 read on 21 April 1878 
Campbell, Neil {d. 1627) : for 1514 read 1574 

Campbell, Sir Neil : before He accompanied insert He was made C.B. in 1815 
Campbell, Robert C. : for Dodswell read Dodwell 

Campbell, Willielma, Viscountess Glenorchy : for Staffordshire read Shropshire 
Campion, Edmund : for five read six 

for 14 read 12 

after away insert Two of the prisoners, Bosgrave and Orton, were not executed 
Campion, Thomas : for {d. 1019) read [d. 1020 

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403 i 23 for was probably the read has been wrongly stated to be 

20-27 for and was born .... Elizabeth read This couple only married in 1597 

when the poet was about 80. Campion's connexion with the Witham 

family is not clear 
19/.?. for at home read at Cambridge (cf. Clerke's Polhnavteia, 1595) 

11 f.e. for He appealed read He was entered at Gray's Inn in 1580 but before 1595 

withdrew from the society. He was writing verse in 1593, but 
d-if.e. for The book is one .... early bibliographers 7'eflfZ No copy seems now 

accessible 
ii 15-16 for we lose sight . . . when he read In January 1606-7 Campion 

24-23 for and in 1010 .... accompaniments read Already in 1601 he had 

published ' A Booke of Ayres.' There followed without date, probably in 

1618, 'Two Bookes of Ayres.' 

26 for in 1612 read about 1617 

27 for Next year read In 1612 
18-17 for of the same year read 1613 

f.e. 

12-11 for During the same year read About 1617 

f.e. 

404 i 15 for Campion's publications . . . collected read Campion's works (save the 

treatise on counterpoint) were collected by Mr. A. H. Bullen in 1889, and 
his lyric gift is now generally acknowledged to give him a very high place 
among the song-writers of his age. 

28 before Brit. Mus. Cat. itisert Mr. Bullen's Introduction to the Works of 

Dr. Thomas Campion, 1889. 
412 i 4 Canne, John : for 1649 read 1649-50 

80 after Overton insert [q. v.], who must be distinguished from the pamphleteer 

Kichard Overton [q. v.] 

81 for he read Canne 

414 i 8 f.e. Canning, Charles J., Earl Canning : /or the spring of 1851 reatZ February 1852 
417 ii 2 f.e. after death insert He had been make K.S.I, on the institution of the order 

in 1861 
421 i 10 f.e. Canning, George : for Newport read Newtown 

ii 4-7 for In 1796 . . . Wendover read In 1796, when he exchanged Newtown for 

Wendover, Canning was made under-secretary of state for foreign affairs. 
He held that post till 1799, when he became a commissioner of the board 
of control and (1800-1) was paymaster-general. He was M.P. for Tralee 
(1802-6), for Newtown again (1806-7), and for Hastings (1807-12) 
e-9 for From 1799 to 1801 .... Ellis read From September 1797 to July 1798 

he contributed to the ' Anti- Jacobin or Weekly Examiner ' with Ellis 
11 omit contributed 

28 omit such was 

29-32 for that we only wonder .... in the following July read was great. The 

* Anti-Jacobin or Weekly Examiner ' was continued after July 1798 as the 

* Anti-Jacobin Review,' a monthly magazine, which lasted till 1821 
35-30 for and sister to the Duchess of Portland read (Her sister married in 1795 

William Henry Cavendish Scott Bentinck, Marquis of Titchfield, who became 
Duke of Portland in 1809) 
for at war read for war and the colonies 
for the fall read the course 
for his only son in the previous April read his eldest son in the previous 

March 
after Harwich insert In 1826-7 he was M.P. for Newport, and in 1827 for 

Seaford 
for fifteen read thirteen 
omit his relative 
for 27 Jan. read 5 Jan. 1827 

fur marquis Chinricarde i-ead marquis of Clanricarde 
Canning, Stratford, Viscount Stratford de RedcIiiFe : omit on the second 

occasion .... the Bath 
Cannon, Eobert : for 1707 read 1707-8 

Cantelupe, Thomas de : o77iit He was the last canonised Englishman 
Canton, John : after Electricity ; insert the Cr mton papers, ' Athonaeura,' 1849, pp. fi, 
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CANUTE CHALONER 

N.B.— /.^. stands iorfrom end andZi. for last line 
Page Col. Line . . 

1 i 4 Canute : for younger read elder 
10 i 19 Canynges, William: /or 1436 ?ea(Z 1456-7 

12 ii 23 /.e. Capel, Arthur, Earl of Essex : for Chauncey read Chauncy 

13 i 7 after Wiltshire also insert He resigned the latter lord-lieutenancy in 1672, 

but retained the former till 1687 
15 i 18-19 for a new one composed of the principal whigs read a new one comprising 

the principal whigs 
17 i 19 /.e. Capel, Sir Henry Lord Capel : after April 1&19 insert He was M.P. for Tewkesbury 
1660-81 and for Cockermouth 1689-90 and 1690-2 
4-3 /.e. for but succeeded .... 1691-2 read and did not join the treasury board 

again 
19 i 25 Capel, Sir Thomas B. : omit This was his last service 

29 after G.C.B. insert He was in command at Portsmouth 1848-52 

16 /.e. Capel, "William, 3rd Earl of Essex: for St. Andrew read the Thistle and for 
nil read 1722 
for afterwards read in 1727 
Capell, Edward : for Throston read Troston Hall 

for Jan. read Feb. 
Capellanus, John : see for a fuller account the article Walton, John (/. 1410) 
Cappe, Newcome : for Leodensis read Leodiensis 
Caradoc, Sir John F., Lord Howden : for 1797 read Sept. 1792 
for Middleton read Midleton 
for 1798 to 1799 read 1799 to April 1800 
/or from 1799 to 1800 read from May 1800 

after Mediterranean insert and was colonel 2nd battalion 54th foot 1801-2 
after infantry insert (this post he held till 1809) 

after Wellesley insert He was superseded and was not given the governor- 
ship of Gibraltar 
for 1812 read 1814 
for 6 read 26 
Caradoc, Sir John H., 2nd Lord Howden : for to the cud of his life read till her 
death in 1861 
for 1851 read 1854 
Cardmaker, John : for Soon after this he was made read In 1547 he had been 
made 
add to authoHties Cooper's Athense Cantab. 12&-7 
Cardonnel, Adam [de] : for four read five 
Cardwell, Edward, D.D. : for 1826 read 1825 
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43 ii 4 Cardwell, Edward, Viscount Cardwell: after Commons imert on petition 

26 after 1852 insert when he also contested Ayrshire unsuccessfully 

44 i 18-19 for but shortly afterwards regained it on petition read But the successful 

candidate, Charles Neate, was unseated on petition and Cardwell was 
returned at the new election, defeating his opponent, W. M. Thackeray, by 
58 votes 
ii 21 Cardwell, Edward, Viscount Cardwell : for ingratitude read decrepitude 

46 i 6-9 Care, Henry : for a German translation . . . . F. E. Rambach ' 1766 read Ram- 

bach's ' Unpartheiische Historic des Papstthums ' (Magdeburg, 1751-80, 10 vols.), 
although often described as a translation of Care's book, is really a translation 
of Archibald Bower's * History of the Popes ' 

47 i 19 Carew, Bampfylde M. : for Bamfylde read Bampfylde 
ii 17 f.e. for 440 read 401 

49 i lb f.e. Carew, Sir Benjamin H. : for June read Jan. 

50 ii 13 Carew, Sir George : after 1601 insert and 1604 

51 i 82 Carew, George, Earl of Totnes : for Bath and "Wells read Wells 

ii 89 after following year insert when he was M.P. for Queenborongh 

19-17 omit 1 March 1598-9 .... Wallop, and on 

f.e. 
16/.e. after Munster iTisert (It was not Carew but Sir George Carey of Cockington, 

CO. Devon, who was appointed treasurer at wars in Ireland 22 March 1598-.-9, 
and a lord justice in September 1599) 
11-6 for but on Essex's recall .... January, when read when 

f.e, 
5 f.e. for successor. The read Buccessor, the 

52 i 25 for Anne read Joyce 

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83 Carew, Jolin (^Z. 1660) : for at one of the universities read at Gloucester Hall, 
Oxford 
13-12 /.e. for In the parliament of 1654 he again had a place read In the parliament 

of 1653 he sat for Devon 
55 ii 9f.e. Carew, Sir Matthew : /or ultimately 7-ea^ in 1588 
59 ii 15 /.e. Carew, Sir Peter: a/^er knighted insert He was M.P. for Tavistock in 1545 and 

for Devonshire in 1553 
62 ii 28 f.e. Carew, Sir Eichard : for 1642 read 1641 

^^ * oo } Carew, Thomas : for 1598 read 1595 

80-82 for He entered .... a degree read. Wood's statement that he entered at 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, is uncorroborated. He apparently matri- 
culated at Merton College on 10 June 1608, aged 13, and graduated B.A. 
31 Jan. 1611 

64 i 1-2 Carew or Cawe : ojnit cross reference under Thomas 

65 ii 85 Carey, George, 2nd Lord Hunsdon : offer Dumbarton insert He was M.P. for 

Hertfordshire in 1571 and afterwards for Hampshire (1584, 1586, 1588-9, 1592) 
67 i 40-41 Carey, George J. : for Whaley Grange read Whalley Range 

69 i 5 Carey, Henry, Ist Lord Hunedon : for the Earl of Sussex read Lord Howard of 

P'.ttinghum 

70 ii 1-3 Carey, Henry, 2nd Earl of Monmouth : omit and the only one .... nobleman 

14 after England insert Ho was M.P. for Camelford 1620, Beverley 1624, 

Tregony 1625, St. Mawes 1026, and Grampound 1628 
78 i 10-15 Carey, John, 3rd Lord Hunsdon : for marshal of Berwick, where read M.P. for 

f.e. Buckiii}j;htini 1584, 1588-9, and 1592. As marshal of Berwick 

74 j Vii f.e. Carey, Mathew : /or premier /vY/<^? (•liancellor of the excliequor 
7r> li 1 Carey, Robert, Ist Earl of Monmouth : after Morpeth insert being returned in 
l.MJ'2 for the Kame constituency, but preferring then to sit for Callington, which 
had also elected him 
77 ii C2-88 Carey, William (1761-1884): for and left three sons, one of whom was Felix 
(Jan^y [q. v.] read His eldest son, Felix Carey [q. v.], prodecoasod him. Three sons 
survived him 
8/.C. Carey, William (1709-1846) : for hlall of read stall of Bamby, in York Cathedral, 
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80 i 29-81 Cargill, Donald : insert brackets before The Torwood and after 1741 
21 /.e for Beihan read Bethune 

88 i 27-80 Carleton, Sir Dudley, Viscount Dorchester : for daughter of Sir Henry Saville 

.... Oxford read daughter of George Gerrard of Dorney, Buckingham- 
shire, by Margaret, whose second husband was Sir Henry Saville 

89 ii 28 for 5 read 15 

90 i 21-28 omit though there .... is inexplicable 

19 fe. Carleton, George (1559-1628) : after Llandaff insert where he was already pre- 
bendary 
ii 11-12 omit represented Arundel .... and afterwards 

93 i 24 Carleton, Guy (1598 ?-1685) : after Carlisle insert and prebendary of Durham 

94 ii 25 Carleton, Guy, 1st Lord Dorchester : for in the same year read next year 

11 /.e. after elder sons insert In 1782-3 he was colonel of the 84th foot 

95 i 11 f.e. for Morgan read Morgann 

ii 13-14 Carleton, Hugh, Viscount Carleton : for lord chief justice in Ireland read chief 
justice of common pleas in Ireland 

18 after became insert third serjeant 1776, second Serjeant 1777 

19 omit lord 

20 after 1787 insert He was M.P. for Tuam 1772-6, Philipstown 1776-83, and 

Naas 1783-7 
22-23 for became lord chief justice read retired from the bench 

25-30 omit In 1803 .... in mistake for him 

84 for in 1826 read on 25 Feb. 1826 

96 i 34 Carleton, Mary: /or Dorset Gardens reacZ Lincoln's Inn Fields 

104 i 32 Carlisle, Sir Anthony : for on the prince's accession read on 24 July 1821 

105 i 11 Carlos, Edward J, : for a descendant read said to be a collateral descendant 

106 i 29 Carlyle, Alexander : for Midlothian read Haddingtonshire 
108 i 1 for Koddan read Roddam 

125 ii 12-13 Carlyle, Thomas : omit ' Introduction to Legendre's Geometry ' 

126 i 10 /.e. /or Treck 7-m(Z Tieck 

127 ii 12-13 Carmelianus, Peter : for The earliest production read * Sex perelegantissimae. 

EpistolsB per Petrum Carmelianum emendatee,' dating from 11 Dec. 1482 to Feb. 
1483, was printed by Caxton at Westminster, probably in the year 1488. Another 
production 
130 ii 11 Carmichael, John, 1st Earl of Hyndford : for retained the offices read resigned 
the office 
for privy councillor under read in June 1702 after the accession of 
after Queen Anne insert From 1702 to 1705 he was colonel of a regiment of 
horse 
Carmichael, John, 3rd Earl of Hyndford : for 10 Aug. read 16 Aug. 
Camac, Sir James R. : for 4 Jan. read 28 Jan. 
3-2/.e. Came, Sir Edward : for San Gregorio in Monte Celio read S. Maria de Populo 
Carnegie, William, Earl of Northesk : for several read four 

after Scotland itisert (1796, 1802, 1806, 1880) 
Caroline, Queen (1683-1737) : after will insert (Brit. Mus. MS. Addit. 85349, 

/.I). 
Caroline Amelia Elizabeth : for 29 July read 19 July 
Caron, Redmond : for Dr. Neill read O'Neill 
154 i 22 f.e. Carpenter, George, Lord Carpenter : for general read lieutenant-general 

ii 3 after gallantry insert He was M.P. for Newtownards in the Irish House of 

Commons 
88 for 1714 j-ead January 1714-5 

for 1729 read 1727 
Carpenter, John (d. 1476) : for Westbury read Westbury-on-Trym 

before was appointed insert was made prebendary of Lincoln in 142C and 
for 1430 read 1428 
for town read village 
Carpenter, Lant: for (1730-1799) [q. v.] read {see nndev Blake, William, 1773- 

1821) 
Carpenter, Richard C. : after and insert designed 
Carr, John (1723-1807) : for Beverley read Barnsley 

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170 ii 18 /.c. Carr, John (1732-1807) : before He died insert He was prebendary of Lincoln from 

1805 till death 
178 i 28 Carr, Bobert, Earl of Somerset : after Hay insert In the same year he was made 

K.G. 
176 ii 21 f.e. Carr, Robert J. : after George IV hisert He was prebendary of Salisbury 1819-24, 
of Chichester 1821-4, and of Hereford 1822-4 
for in 1841 read on 24 April 1841 
2 f.e. Canick, Thomas : for Upperley read Upperby 

Carrington, Sir Codrington E. : after returned insert in the tory interest 
Carstares, "William : after Edinburgh add Macaulay's History 
Carswell, Sir Robert : oftrr country insert in July 1850 

Carte, Samuel : after Lichfield hisert (from 1682 till death, a period of 58 years) 
Carter, Ellen : for Maddeson read Maddison 
Carter, Lawrence : for 1717 read December 1715 

Carter, Sir Richard : after 1681 insert He was lieutenant-governor of Southsea 
Castle from 1682 till his death 
add to authorities Macaulay's History 
Carter, Thomas (1735 ?-1804) : for G.C.B. read K.B. 
Carteret, Sir George : for Tangiers read Tangier 
Carteret, John, Earl Granville : for 26 April 1706 read 12 July 1756 
for Brodericks read Brodricks 
after whom insert Allan Brodrick [q. v.] 
Cartwright, Christopher : for Baylie read Bayly 

for Coles's read Cole's 
Cartwright, Edmund : after Belvoir insert He was prebendary of Lincoln from 
1786 till his death 
for the year before read 14 April 1795 
Cartwright, John (1740-1824) : for Northamptonshire read Nottinghamshire 

after in vogue insert He unsuccessfully contested Nottinghamshire in 1780, 
Boston in 1806 and 1807, and was nominated for Westminster in 1818 and 
1819 
225 ii 17 after issue insert His wife died on 21 Dec. 1834, and was buried beside her 

husband in the churchyard of Finchley, Middlesex 

229 i 7 fc. Cartwright, Thomas (1535-1603) : for (1588) read (1589-90) 

6 f.e. for (1589) read (1588) 

230 i 15 for MS. 826 read MS. 271, f. 22 b. 

ii 15 f.e. Cartwright, Thomas (1634-1689) : for (1675) read (1675-6) 

10-9 for very soon after the accession of James read in December 1686 

f.e. 

231 i 11 f.e. for C. J. Wright read Chief Justice Wright 

282 i 41-48 Cartwright, Sir Thomas: for after holding .... Sweden read entered the 

diplomatic service. He was secretary of legation at Munich 1821-8 and at 

The Hague 1828-80. He was minister plenipotentiary at Frankfort 1880-8 

and at Stockholm 1888 till death 

13 f.e. fo r knighthood read G.C.H. 

234 i 9 f.e. Cams, Thomas: before He joined insert He was M.P. for Wigan in 1547 and for 

Lancaster in 1553 and 1555. 
280 i 21 /.c. Carver, John: for 42 persons read 41 persons, including 39 colonists proper 

20-18 /or 4 spinsters .... 101 jiersons ?rrtrZ 25 children (19 sons and 6 daughter8\ 

f.e. one spinster, 12 serving men, 5 serving boys, and 2 maid-servants constituted 

the colony of 104 persons 
Uf.e, for ihvee read two 

10-9 umit at the foot of a cliff 

f.r. 

8 f.e for 81 Dec. read 81 Jan. 1620-1 

/./. for the first American independent read in aocordance with the resolve 

made on leaving home that they should form ' an absolute church by 
themselveH,' the American indcijeiident 
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H for on 5 April read in April 

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two men-servants (John Rowland and Roger Wilder), and two boys (William 
Latham and Jasper More). The last died in 1620. In 1627 

25 before The William Carver insert who does not seem to have had any children 

26 omit leaving many descendants 
28 omit though probably a relation 

30-31 for Carver's daughter .... with his children read Elizabeth Tilley, and 

although unrelated to Carver shared 

83 for last read last but three and for 1672 read 1678 

89 for a township read the southern portion of the township 

41 for ' Carver's Town ' read ' Carver ' 

238 ii llf.e. Carver, Bobert: after ddxeciox insert He was president of the Society of Artists 

in 1777 

239 ii 19-18 Carwell, Thomas : for an ancient Lincolnshire family now extinct read the ancient 

f.e. Lincolnshire family of Thorold 

241 i 4 Gary, Sir Henry, 1st Viscount Falkland : for Henry prince of Wales 1608 read 
Charles, prince of Wales in 1616 
11 after 1627 insert He was elected M.P. for Hertfordshire 11 Dec. 1620 

244 ii 10 f.e. Gary, John {d. 1720?): after commercial matters insert He was warden of the 
Merchant Venturers Company at Bristol 1683-4 
19 f.e. for In 1687 read In Jan. 1687-8 

lb f.e. before At the request insert He was superseded in October 1688. He was 

parliamentary candidate for Bristol in 1698 

251 ii 20-19 Gary, Patrick: for After this it does not appear what became of him read. He is 

f.e. said to have turned protestant and gone as secretary of Penn's expedition to the 

West Indies in 1655, and died there (Egerton MS. 2535, f. 487 b ; cf. Athenmim, 
7 May 1887). 

252 ii 19 Gary, Valentine : for 1609 read 1610 

84 after Cary insert who was vice-chancellor of the university that year 

253 ii 3 for Cooke read Coke 

258 i 13 f.e. Gasaubon, Isaac : for 1696 read 1596 

267 i 19 /e. Caslon, William, the elder : for Psalmanzar read Psalmanazar 

268 ii 15 Gassan, Stephen H. : after 1827 insert in the list of works ' Lives of the Bishops 

of Winchester,' London, 1827, 2 vols. 

269 i 33 Gassell, John : for Cassell's ' Magazine of Art ' read ' Cassell's Magazine ' 
ii 6 omit * Cassell's Magazine ' 

a?l i 35 Castell, Edmund : omi^ Tadlow by 

ii 3-2/.e. for he was about the same time appointed read he had been appointed in 

1664 

272 i 19 /.e. /or Beverell rearZ Peverell 

273 ii 14 /.e. Gastine, Thomas : for Cutler Fergus read Cutlar Fergusson 

274 i 21 Gastle, Edmund : for the same year read in 1744-5 

22 after College insert In 1746 he was vice-chancellor 

23 for the following year read 1748-9 

279 i 21-22 Gatcott, Alexander : for but styles himself read From July 1766 till his death he 
was 
ii 5 Gatcott, Alexander S. : after Oxford insert and was first appointed chaplain to the 
mayor of Bristol 
Gatesby, William : for the execution read its fulfilment 
Gathcart, Gharles, 9th Baron Gathcart : for at the time of his death read from 

1752 till his death 
Gathcart, David, Lord AUoway : for lord-justiciary read lord of justiciary 
Gathcart, Sir George : transpose and entered Paris .... 1814 to line 37 after 
Dresden 
for In March 1854 read On 12 Dec. 1853 
Gathcart, Sir William S., Ist Earl Gathcart : for In May 1813 read In July 1812 
omit and the governorship of Hull 

for until the suicide .... England, read He returned to England in 1820. 
He became governor of Hull in 1880 
Catherine of Valois : for at her son's read and to her (on's 
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that 
Caton, William : for promulgation read proclamation 
Catton, Charles, R.A., the elder: for 28 Aug. read 28 Sept. 
Caulfeild, James, 1st Earl of Charlemont : after 1728 insert He succeeded to the 

peerage in 1784, when a child 
Caulfeild, "William, 2nd Visconnt Charlemont : after papists insert From 1701 

to 1706 he was colonel of the 36th foot 
8/.e. Cannt, Benjamin : for Skipworth read Skipwith 

Cautley, Sir Proby T. : for [q. v.] read (see Supplement) 

Cavallo, Tiberius : for Watt's ' Bibliotheca Britaimica ' read ' The Philosophical 

Transactions ' 
Cave, Sir Ambrose : for M.P. for Warwickshire read M.P. for Leicestershire 1545 
1547, and 1553 ; M.P. for Warwickshire 1557-8, 1558-9, and 1562-8 

for White of Manchester read White of Winchester 

Cave, Edward : for Dr. Halde's read Du Halde's 

for Harl. MS. read Sloane MS. 
Cave, Sir Stephen : for April read March 
Cave, William : for 1813 read 1713 

Cavendish, Christiana, Countess of Devonshire : for duchess read countess 
Cavendish, Elizabeth, Duchess of Devonshire : for 1759 read 1758 
for born in 1759 read baptised 13 May 1758 
for 1814 read 1811 
for 4th ser. read 5th ser. 
Cavendish, Lord Frederick: after 1763 insert Ko was colonel of the 67th regiment 
1759-60 
for four years read seven years 
Cavendish, Lord Frederick C. : for until he resigned it in May 1882 read until 
his death 

848 i 15 Cavendish, Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire : for Lady De Beauclerk read Lady 
Di Beauclerk 
22 f.e. Cavendish, Sir Henry : after 1774 iiisert In the Irish House of Commons he was 
M.P. for Lismore 1766-8, 1776-91, 1798-1800, and for Killibegs 1791-7 
Cavendish, Hon. Henry : omit Hon. 

before Sir Evorard insert Cavendish told 
Cavendish, Lord John : for 1790 read 1784 

for was defeated .... contest read failed to gain a seat 

Cavendish, Thomas: for 1555? read 1560 

after Harwich insert and was baptised 1^ Sept. 1560 (Addit. MSS. 19122, 

f. 350, 19087, f. 131) 
add to authorities Cooper's Athenee Cantabrigienses, vol. ii. p. 186 
Cavendish, Sir William (1505 ?-1557) : for Anne read Margaret (d. 1540) 

for Margaret (d. 16 June 1540) read on 8 Nov. 1642 'at the Black Fryars in 

London ' Elizabeth 
for 'at the Black Fryars in London' 8 Nov. 1541 read at Bradgate, 

Leicestersliire, on 20 Aug. 1547 
for Cavendish, William, read William Cavendish 
after 1572 insert 1584, 1586, 1588, 15i)'J, and 1597 
Cavendish, William, Ist Earl of Devonshire : after M.P. insert for Liverpool in 
158(5 and 
after title insert He watt made lord-lieutenant of Derbyshire 1 May 1610 
ftjT Kighley read Keighley 
for in 1618 read on 3 Nov. 1616 
Cavendish, William, 2nd Earl of Devonshire : for for Derby in 1621 read for 
BiHhopKnmtie in 1010 and for Dorbyshiro in 1014, 1621 
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was lord-lieutenant of Derbyshire 1628-88 and of Wiltshire 1626-42 and 
1660 till death 
for Selby read Selby 
Cavendish, William, 1st Duke of Devonshire: after Savoy msert He was at 
Kome 9 Jan. 1659 (Sloane MS. 2142, f. 36) 
for Lord William Eussell read William, afterwards Lord William Eussell 
for Edmundsbury read Edmundbury 

before On 12 May insert He was lord-lieutenant of Nottinghamshire 1692-4 
for Mr. Villiers read Mrs. Villiers 

/or Lords Somerset, Jersey, Marlborough, and Albemarle reacZ Duke of Somer- 
set and Earls of Jersey, Marlborough and Albemarle 
for Broadsworth 7'ead Brodsworth 
for Bishop read Archbishop 
Cavendish, William, 6th Duke of Devonshire : for Lanesborough read Londes- 
borough 
for February 1755 read March 1754 
for 27 March 1757 read 13 Nov, 1756 
Cavendish, William G. S., 6th Duke of Devonshire . after day insert He was 
lord-lieutenant of Derbyshire from 1811 till his death 
for St. Andrew read St. Alexander 
Cawdry, Zachary : after degree insert was proctor 1647-8 
for Boden 7'ead Bowdon 
15 /.e. Cawley, William: for 1666 ? read 1667 

379 i 7-8 for he was one of the few regicides who read it was his son William 

Cawley, junior, who 
14 for in 1666 read on 6 Jan. 1666-7 

28 /or 1666 reafn666-7 

41 after James II insert Another son, John Cawley, was archdeacon of Lincoln 

1667-1709 
ii 40 Cawood, John : for Rugge read Jugge 

380 i 39 /or Whealer rmcZ Wheatera?zfZ /or 1812 rea^ 1882 

381 ii 11 fe. Caxton, William : after the Weeld ' i7isert —at Tenterden 

382 i n f.e. after twenty marks insert A paper copy of Large's will is in the Muniment 

Eoom at Westminster Abbey 
ii 20 /.e. for 5 Jan. 1463 read 9 July 1468 

386 ii 29 after 1477 ? insert [7] 

387 ii 8-10 for the two last sections .... Worcester read There seems, however, no 

doubt that the work was undertaken by William of Worcester [q. v.] 
2/.e. /or 89 rearZ 89* 

388 i 3 after copy irisert formerly 

4 after stadt insert was purchased by the British Museum in 1890 

389 i 11 fe. for is read up to 1897 was 

10-9 for in behalf of a Chicago merchant read in behalf of Mr. Robert Hoe of 

f.e. New York 

3 f.e. after cerned insert On 9 Dec. 1897 a higher price was reached. The finest 

of seven known copies of Le Fevre's Boke of the Hoole Lyf of Jason, was 
then sold at Sotheby's for 2,1001. 
395 i 30 Cecil, Sir Edward, Viscount Wimbledon: after 12-22 Aug. insert He was M.P. 
for Aldborougli in IGOl, for Stamford in 1609, for Chichester in 1620, and for 
Dover in 1624 
Cecil, Eichard : for third read second 

Cecil, Robert, Earl of Salisbury : for Earl of Salisbuhy read 1st Eakl of 
Salisbury and Ist Viscount Cranborne 
for Neyle read Neile 

after four years insert He was elected M.P. for Westminster in 1584 and 
1586 

for Essingdon read Essendine, Rutlandshire 

for of the same month read May 1606 and after Garter insert He was lord- 
lieutenant for Hertfordshire from 1605 till "his death 
for for some years read from February 1600-1 
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ii 9 after Stamford insert and again in 1571 and 1572 

i~Sf.e. for During the next ten years .... of him read He had been M.P. for 

Lincohishire in 1584 and 1586, and in 1592 was returned for Northami^ton- 
shire 

405 i 11-10 for Prince Charles and the Spanish Marriage' read England,' 1603-42, 

f.e. vol. iii. 

9 f.e. for 1622 read 1622-8 

ii 15 for Hutton read Hatton 

407 i 14 f.e. Cecil, William, Lord Burghley : for Pinkney read Pinkey 

409 i 13 f.e. o/^cr 1563 mseri when he sat for Northamptonshire 

410 i 2 f.e. /or Earl rea<Z Marquis 
412 i 81 for Mayer read Mayor 

421 i 34-35 Centlivre, Susannah : for eighteen read nineteen 

424 i 85 Cenwulf : for No works .... to him read The works of Kynewulf [q. v.] have at 

times been assigned to him in error 
431 i 16 f.e. Chaderton, Laurence : after puritans insert From 1598 to 1640 he was prebendary 
of Lincoln 
12 f.e. for Millenerary read Millenary 

ii 8 f.e. after intercisa' insert and one sermon printed in London in 1580, of which 

copies are in the libraries of Sion College, London, and Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge 

486 i life. Chafy, William: for 18 read 4 

487 i 15 Chalkhill, John : for 1678 read 1600 

448 i life. Chalmers, Sir John : for 1814 read April 1815 
450 ii 20 Chalmers, Thomas : for 1840 read 1820 

455 i 46 Chalmers, Sir William : after 1848 insert was colonel of the 20th foot Feb.-Oct. 

1853 

456 ii 13 Chaloner, '.for react Eichard 

457 i 4 Chaloner, James : for 1645 read 1648 

5-6 for the two gentlemen .... royalists read to fill a vacancy created by 

death 
ii 19 Chaloner, Sir Thomas, the elder : after council insert He was MP. for Wigan in 
1545, Lancashire in 1547, and Knaresborough in 1555 
A f.e. after alliance insert (his safe-conduct is dated 26 Nov. 1558) 

458 ii 10 f.e. Chaloner, Sir Thomas, the younger : after the age insert He was M.P. for St. 

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5 i 8 Chamberlain, Robert (fi. 1640-1660) : for in read on 

i 22 /.e. Chamberlain, Thomas: for His jurisdiction was extended read He was trans- 
ferred 
21 f.e. after to insert Chester circuit, which embraced 

ii 32 for Nestor read Neston 

8 i 81 Chamberlayne, Edward : for Odington read Oddington 

ii 21 for sixth read seventh 

13 i 8-7 Chamberlen, Paul : omit His other works were : 1 
f.e. 

5 f.e, for 2 read by John Campbell, LL.D., 1708-1775 [q. v.], has been wrongly 

ascribed to him. Of his 
II. for 1788. Of this read 1738 

21 ii 7 Chambers, Eichard : after alderman insert of Walbrook ward 

22 i 23 Chambers, Sir Robert: for (January 1762) read (1766) 
ii 4-5 for Four years later read In 1777 

23 i 6-5 f.e. for Bengal 1823 .... 1827, and read Bombay 1828 

fe. 
26 i 7-6 Chambers, Sir William : for whose daughter (celebrated for her beauty) read. 

f.e. Not long afterwards 

29 ii 17-18 Chambers, William F. : for His majesty at St. James's Palace read King Ernest 

of Hanover 
31 i 22 Chambre, John : for Codringham read Coringham 

41 after Westminster insert A portrait by Holbein is in the picture gallery at 

Vienna 
83 ii 21 Champion, John George : for 1815 ? read 1815 

22 after botanist iiisert born in Edinburgh, 5 May 1815, was eldest son of 

Major John Carey Champion by Elizabeth Herries, daughter of William 
Urquhart of Craigstone Castle, Aberdeenshire. After education at Sand- 
hurst, where he distinguished himself, he 
28 for in 1881 read on 2 Aug. 1881 

27 a/^er Hongkong read! Champion was an ardent botanist. While in Ceylon 

and at Hongkong he energetically worked at the science, and was in con- 
stant correspondence with Sir William Hooker 
32 after Hongkongensis ' insert They were also enumerated in Seemann's 

* Botany of the Voyage of H.M.S. Herald ' and by Forbes and Hemsley in 
the ' Journal of Linnean Society ' (xxiii., xxvi., and xxxvi.) 
34 after Crimea insert in April 1854 

85 after herbarium insert where his correspondence with Sir W. Hooker and 

Professor Lindley is now preserved 

86 after He insert took part in the battle of the Alma and 

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43 after Chainpioni insert (Cf. ' Bot. Mag.' 1853). Entomology also engaged 

Champion's attention. He contributed notes on various insects to the 
• Entomological Magazine ' for 1836 (iii. 176-8, 876-9, 460-5), and on the 
Coleoptera of Hongkong in the ' Journal of Asiatic Society of Bengal ' for 
1848 (xvii. pt. ii. 206-9; cf. Westwood in * Trans. Ent. Soc. Lond.' N.S. ii. 
84, 232). Adam White [q. v.] named the red Longicom beetle Erytknis 
Cliainpioni. Many drawings and written descriptions of plants and 
insects discovered by Champion are in the possession of his family. 

44 Champion, John George : add to ajithorities Kinglake's History of the Crimea,1863 ; 

Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Dec. 1855, p. 802 ; A Sketch [by various 
friends] of the Life of Lieut.-Colonel Champion, 1855 (for private circulation) 

84 ii 15 Champion, Richard : after city insert He was warden of the Society of Mer- 

chant Venturers at Bristol 1772-3 and treasurer of the Bristol Infirmary 

1768-78 
36 i 82 Champneys, John : for Somersetshire read Somerset, was alderman of Castle 

Baynard ward 1527-33, of Broad Street 1583-4, and of Cordwainer 1534 till 

death 
87 i 15 fe. Chancellor, Richard : for Condia read Candia 
89 i 19 Chandler, John : for 1 read p 

44 ii 11 Chantrey, Sir Francis L. : for 1842 read 1841 

ll-lO/.e. for near Norton, Derbyshire read at Jordanthorpe, in the parish of Norton 

Derbyshire, near SheflBeld 

45 i 22 for * Trio ' read ' Iris' 

46 ii 2 for Eardcliffe read Endcliffe 

19 f.e. for 1842 read 1841 

58 i 26 Chapman, George : for Joy read Folly 
54 i 20 Chapman, Henry S. : for March 1852 read 29 July 1851 

85-40 for he was called on ... . retained it read he resumed his former place of 

attorney-general in O'Shanassy's new ministry. He retained office 
ii 83 Chapman, John (1704-1784) : 07nit afterwards 

84 after Sudbury insert in 1741 and after Chichester insert in 1750 

C6 i 16-17 Chapman, John (1801-1854) : omit then M.P. 

57 ii 14 Chapman, Sir Stephen R. : for his promotion read Dec. 1818. He was promoted 
16 for From 1825 read For several years 

26 after lieutenant-general insert he was colonel commandant Boyal Engineers 

1850 
ISfe. Chapman, Thomas: for in 1760 read 9 June 1760 
61 i 21 Chappelow, Leonard : after Ockley i7i8ert combining with this the Lord Almoner's 
professorship of Arabic from 1729 
Chappie, William (1677-1745) : for William read Sir William 
before made insert in 1727 
for Grantly read Grantley 
Chardin, Sir John : for Nov. read March 
Chardon, John : after B.D. insert on 24 Nov. 1581 became rector of Tedburn-St.- 

Mary, Devonshire 
Charles II. : after state inaert and was himself superseded by Henry Coventry 

for was Henry Coventry read secretary throughout the period being Lord 

Arlington 
omit after in 

omit from October .... Meal4ub plot 
for him read Shaftesbury 
Charleton, Walter : for twenty-two (1041) read twenty-four (1648) 
Charlton, Edward, 6th Lord Charlton : for Berlday read Berkeley 
Charlton, Sir Job : for chief justice of the common pleas read a puisne judge 
after Clifister insert from which he retired in 1689 
for 20 May read 24 May 
Charlton, Thomas : after proferments insert He was made archdeacon of Totiies 
in 1802 and i)rebendary of Hereford in 1817 
ISa i 10 Chamook, John : for Merton College, Oxford read was comraonor of Trinity 
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134 i 30-32 Charnock, Stephen: for In the conflict .... for the control read After the 

practical extermination of the high church party and the surrender to the puritan 
party of the control 

135 i 23 Charnock, Thomas : for 1524 ? read 1526 

24 for in the Isle of Thanet read at Faversham 

25 for 1524 or 1525 read 1526 

136 i lO/.e. Charterie, Francis: for ' Rake's Progress ' read ' Harlot's Progress * 
138 ii 16 f.e. Charteris, Lawrence : for bishop read archbishop 

147 i 22 /.e. Chatterton, Thomas : for Charlestown read Charleston 
154 i 5 for Institution read Museum and Library 

156 i 12 /.e. Chaucer, Geoifrey : /or second reatZ third 

170 ii 25 Chauncy, Sir Henry : after Radnor insert but resigned next year (1689) 

34 for Thruston read Thurston 

171 i 35 for Chauncey read Chauncy 

173 ii 8 f.e, Cheape, Sir John : for and read He became in Dec. 1853 

174 i 18 after K.C.B. insert (1849) 

22 after being made insert colonel commandant Royal Engineers (1862 till 

death) 
179 i 29 Cheke, Sir John : for October 1551 read 1547 

ii 10 for In or about 1544 read In 1542 

188 ii 8 Chermside, Sir Kobert A. : for In 1885 .... Guelphic order read He became 
K.H. in 1881, a knight-bachelor in 1885, and K.C.H. in 1887 

192 i 25 Cheselden, William: after anatomist hisert son of George Cheselden by his 

wife Deborah, daughter of Major William Hubbert of Rearsby, Leicester- 
shire 

193 ii 2/.e. /or 1764 rcatZ 1754 

IX. after daughter insert Deborah Wilhelmina 

198 i 5 Chesney, Francis R. : after year insert major-general 6 Jan. 1855, and full 
general 1 Jan. 1868 
14 f.e. Chesney, Robert de : after Leicester insert and also of Lincoln 

200 i 20 Chessar, Jane A. : after a member insert for Marylebone 
ii 19 /.e. Chesshyre, Sir John: for Richard read Christopher 

201 i 29-31 for From the inscription .... knight in 1733 read He was knic^hted on 

7 June 1783 

204 ii 17 Chester, Sir William : for 1558-4 o-ead 1554-5 

205 i 21-23 /or resigned his office .... wife's death rmrZ in 1573 was removed from his 

office of alderman. (In 1556 he had left Farringdon-ward-without for 
Billingsgate, in 1559 Billingsgate for Bassishaw, and in 1566 Bassishaw 
for Langbourn.) He was president of Bethlehem and Bridewell Hospitals 
1565-8 ^ 

212 ii 18 Chetwynd, Edward : for Barclay read Berkeley 

21 after sermons insert He died 13 May 1639 

213 ii 28 /.«. Chetwynd, William R. C, 3rd Viscount Chetwynd: o/^er 1702 ms^r MP for 

Tamworth 1698-1700 

23 /.e. omit and Lichfield and after to insert 1722 and 1724 to 

12 f.e. /or 1735 reacZ 1734 

214 i 28 Chevalier, John : for {fi. 1651) read (1589-1675) 

30 after war insert son of Clement Chevalier of St. Heliers by his second wife 

• Jane, daughter of John Malzard. He ' 

13 f.e. after sovereign insert Chevalier died 80 Nov. 1675, aged 86. He married 

Marie, daughter of Edward La Cloche 

215 i 32 Chevallier, Anthony R. : for professor read professor or lecturer 

2 f.e. for Syriac reacZ Aramaic 

ii 11-9 Chevallier, Temple : for eldest son ... . Suffolk read youngest son of the Rev. 
f.e. Temple Chevallier 

216 ii 13 f.e. Cheyne, Charles, Viscount Newhaven : after chosen Insert tory 

12 /.e. for Agmondisham in 1060 read Great Marlow in 1665-6 

10 f.e. after 1681 insert He was commissioner of customs 1675-87 

8 f.e. after for insert Harwich in 1690 and 

217 14 /or Buckinghamshire under Queen Anne rerafZ Agmondisham 168.5-7 1701-2 

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is probably distinct from the William Cheyne who was recorder of London from 
1877 (see Letter Book H, ff. 49, 75) to 1390 (ibid. ff. 246, 253), as he 
Cheynell, Francis : for Allen read Robert Abbot 
fo7' ' Chillingworth read ' Chillingworthi 
for 1640 read 1032 
for Colchester 7-ead Chichester 
for with assiduous kindness read and his exhortations are said to have 

shortened Chillingworth's days 
rt//er professor i7iserf and in right of the professorship prebendary of Wor- 
cester 
for 1755 read 1775 
for in 1655 read in Sept. 1655 
for at read near 

for distracted read little better than distracted 
for • Chillingworth i-ead ' Chillingworthi 
for 1648 read 1043-4 
for Lover read Tower 
for Tenets read Tenents 
for 1736 read 1738 
for Calamy's read Palmer's 
for 1755 read 1775 
Cheyney, John : for 1694 read 1674 
Cheyney, Eichard : for 1578 read 1579 
for Plainsford read Painswick 
for 1568 read 1563 
Chichele, Henry : for 1473 read 1373 
for 1442 read 1443 
for T. Cole read J. Cole 
Chicheley, Sir John : after 1690 insert He was tory M.P. for Newton, Lancashire, 

1079-81, 1685-7, and 1689 till death 
Chicheley, Sir Thomas : for 1094 read 1699 
for in 1694 read 1 Feb. 1698-9 
for seventy-six read eighty-nine 
for Chicheleiana read Chicheleana 
Chichester, Arthur, Lord Chichester : for Letitia read Lettice 

for Vaughan Blackham read Walter Vaughan of Golden Grove 
Chichester, Arthur, 1st Earl of Donegal : for Rorkholt read Knockholt 
Chiffinch, William : after p. 186) insert He was M.P. for Windsor 1085-7 
Chifney, Samuel : for Chifney read Chiffney and so through article 
Child, Sir Francis (1042-1713) : for Evans read Evance 

after 1702 insert when he became colonel of the Orange Regiment of the 
Trained Bands 

19 before The election insert Child entered the House of Commons as tory 

M.P. for Devizes in 1098, and was re-elected in Dec. 1700 and again in 
1701. In 1700 he also stood for London 
26 after April 1705 insert He was re-elected in May for Devizes and sat till the 

dissolution in 1708 

34 before He was insert He was an original coramissibner of Greenwich Hos- 

pital 

35 before and in 1705 insert of which he was president 1702-12 

242 ii 81-32 Child, Sir Francis (1684 ?-1740) : for in the year of his mayoralty .... 1782 

read in 1718-9, 1721-5, 1726-30, 1731-5 
244 ii 22 Child, Sir Josiah: after the town insert He was M.P. for Petersfield in 1659, for 
Dartmouth 1078-8, and for Ludlow 1(585-7 
97 after director insert from 1077, deputy governor 1684-0 and 1088-90 

28 for chairman read governor 

29 befare and for a time iiisert 1081-3, 1080-8 

258 i 12 Chillingworth, William : after 10'i8 iitsrrt IIo wub prebeiulary of Chester 

1685-9 
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258 i 4 f.e. Chinnery, George : for [fl. 1766-1846) read [d. 1852) 
ii 20 fo7' about 1850 read of apoplexy in 1852 

259 ii 20 Chippendale, Thomas : for 1752 read 1754 

22 for Prince William Henry read Hugh, Earl of Northumberland 

26 /.e. Chisenhale, Edward: for {d. 1653 ?) read [d. 1654) 

8 f.e. after 1653 8vo. read He died 5 March 1653-4 

261 ii 24 /.e. Chisholm, Walter : for Cockburnshaw read Cockburnspath 
263 ii 12 ChishuU, Edmund : after queen insert in 1719 prebendary of St. Paul's 

266 i 5 Chiswell, Richard (1673-1751) : for in 1714 M.P. read in 1715 whig M.P. 

19/.(?. Chiswell, Trench: after Yovkshixe insert ivom 11^0 till death as a supporter of 
Pitt 

267 ii 16-17 Chitty, Thomas : for Sir Emerson Tennent read Sir James Emerson Tennent 

268 ii 2 f.e, Cholmley, Sir Hugh : after Long parliaments insert until he was * disabled,' 

3 April 1643. He was knighted 19 May 1626 and made a baronet Aug. 
1641 

269 i 6/.C. /or Slingby reacZ Slingsby 

270 i 29 Cholmley, Sir Roger : for 1546 read 1545 

2/.C. after privy council insert He was M.P. for Middlesex in 1554, 1555, 1558, 

and 1559 

271 i 27 Cholmondeley, George, 2nd Earl of Cholmondeley : after bedchamber insert 

He was M.P. for Newton 1690-5 and colonel of the 1st Horse Guards 
1698-1715 
16 f.e. for 20 March read 18 Jan. 

272 i 15 Cholmondeley, Hugh, 1st Earl of Cholmondeley : after Cheshire insert in 1704 

" ^^ [ Cholmondeley, Mary : for Poever read Peover 

ii 7 Cholmondeley, Robert, Earl of Leinster : after baronet insert became M.P. for 
Cheshire in 1625 
Christian, Sir Hugh C. : for in 1851 read 31 Aug. 1849 
Christian, William : for 1666 read 1656 
Christie, William D. : after parliament insert at Cambridge and Greenock in 

1865 and 1868 respectively 
Chuhh, Thomas : for election read nomination 
Chudleigh, Elizabeth, Countess of Bristol : for 1659 read 1759 
Chudleigh, Sir George : for 1631 read 1601 
for Lostwithiel read East Looe 
for parliaments read parliament 
omit respectively 

after 1614 and insert for Lostwithiel to that which met on 
Chudleigh, James : for On 30 Sept. 1643 .... General Fairfax read In the 
autumn of 1643 he was with the army of Prince Maurice in the west of 
England, and when on 6 Oct. the royalists captured Dartmouth 
omit a few days afterwards 
Chudleigh, Thomas : before In April 1687 insert He was M.P. for Romney 

1685-7 
Churchill, Arabella : for 1668 read 1667 
for 1670 read 1667 
after daughter insert Arabella 
808 i 26 Churchill, Awnsham : after Churcliill insert He was M.P. for Ipswich 1707-17 
ii 13 Churchill, Charles (1656-1714) : for October 1705 read 26 May 1702 
29 for 1711 read death 

after foot guards insert (he was colonel of the 3rd foot March to Dec. 1688) 
after Churchill insert was colonel of the Ist foot 1709-18, of the 16th 

dragoons 1713-17, and of the 10th dragoons 1728 till death. He 
after and was also governor insert of Chelsea 1720-2 and 
after Plymouth insert 1722 till death 
omit with whom .... Sir Robert Walpole 
Churchill, Charles (1731-1764) : for fellowship read postmastership 

fur Grey read Gray 
Churchill, George : for 1700 read 1685 to 1687 and 1689 
after St. Albans insert voting with the tories 

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815 i 40 Churchill, Sir John : for 1683 read Dec. 1682 

41 for Sir Thomas Atkins read Sir Robert Atkyns 

16 /.e. for summer vacation read vacation (16 Oct.) 

817 ii lO/.e. Churchill, John, Ist Dnke of Marlborongh: after James zwser^ Having been 
removed from the colonelcy of the 3rd horse guards, he was restored in 
April 1689 and subsequently until 1692 was colonel of the 7th foot (Royal 
Fusiliers) 
for 1798 read 1698 
for rural read nine 
after ordnance insert (He was colonel of the 24th foot 1702-4, of the Ist foot 

guards 1704-12 and 1714 till death.) 
for Duke read Earl 

after wardrobe insert on his father's death in 1709 
for secretary of war read secretary at war 
for Whiston read Wharton 
oviit Robert Walpole .... small office 
for Villars read Villeroy 
for Hodges read Hedges 
for 1709 read 1708 

for Indus read Indies . . 

for Hall read Hare 
18 /.e. Churchill, John W. S., 7th Duke of Marlborough : for seventh read bixth 
for sixth read fifth 

after 1868 insert He had been made K.G. 23 May 1868 
after president insert of the Royal Agricultural Society in 1859 and 
Churchill, Sir Winston : for Plymouth read Weymouth 
for 1668 read Jan 1663-4 
for Lynn Regis read Lyme Regis 
Churton, Edward : for 1810 read 1830 
Cibber, CoUey : for 1694 read 1696 
for Dover read Truro 1713-14 
Clagett, Nicholas : for He was doubtless .... the degree of D.D. read He was 
admitted at Trinity College, Cambridge, on 14 April 1702 and graduated B.A. 
1705-6, M.A. 1709, and D.D. 1724. He was elected librarian of Trinity 27 Nov. 
1706 
867 i 12 f.e. Clagett, "William : after p. 129) insert He became chaplain in ordinary to the 
king in 1677 
Clairmont, Clara M. J. : for twenty-two read eighteen 
Clap ham, David : for Beamesley read Beamsley 
Clapham, Henoch : for a year read three years 
Clare, De, Family of: for 1113 read 1188? 
Clare, Elizabeth de : for was bom read who was bom 
for Armoy read Amory 
16 /.e. Clare, John (1798-1864) : for 1821 read 1820 

for Clare's portrait read A portrait of Clare painted by Grimshaw when the 
poet was about fifty is now in the Northampton Museum. Another 
888 ii 82 Clare, Sir Balph : before In the cause insert He was M.P. for Droitwich in 1621 
and for Bewdley in 1624, 1625, 1626, 1627-8 
85 for 1655 read 1651 

898 i 15-12 Clarges, Sir Thomas : for That he sat clear from ' Thnrloe read He was M.P. 

f.e. for RoHB and Cromarty in 1656 and for Haddington in 1658-9. Cf. * Thurloe 

404 i 27 Clark, Eichardi 1739-1831): /or on 19 May read in May 

32-38 for appointed president of Bridewell read was treasurer of Bridewell from 

1781 till death. He was colonel of a regiment of City militia 1778-94 

410 ii 8/.e, Clark, William 0. : for Gainsford read Gainford 

411 i 28/.C, for iicH.\e read Score 

ii 29 for Munro read Munby 

412 ii 17/.«. Clark-Kennedy, John : for commanded the 7th dragoon guards read was colonel 

of the 6th dragoon guards from i860 to 1862 
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413 i 84 for 1862 read 1860 

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Clarke, Sir Alnred : after India insert He was made K.B. in 1797 

Clarke, Charles (d. 1750) : for In the new parliament of 1741 read In Jan. 1742-8 

omit in its second session 
before Hilary term insert the following 
Clarke, ]Edward (1730-1786) : after living insert From 1771 till death be was pre- 
bendary of Chichester 
Clarke, George (1660-1736) : for 1660 read 1661 
after virtuoso insert bom 7 May 1661 
after he insert was M.P. for Winchester 1702-5 and 
after but insert was M.P. for Launceston 1711-13 
for 1684 read 1681 

for from 1692 read in Ireland 1690-2 and in England 1692-8 
after held it insert (1710-14) 
after group insert by Giovanni da Bologna 
after until insert it was sold for old lead 
Clarke, Henry : for 30 read 29 

Clarke, James S. : for to the king read and royal chaplain from 1816 
Clarke, Jeremiah: for Chapel read College 

Clarke, John (1687-1784) : Note thai the work numbered 10 — ' Formulas oratoriae,' 
&c.—is not by the subject of this article. Through the greater part of the 
seventeenth century this work was a very popular school book, being originally 
published before 1632, in which year it reached a fourth edition, and being 
often reissued {e.g. in London in 1637 and 1670, and at Ziirich in 1694). Its 
author was John Clarke, B.D. {of Fiskerton, Lincolnshire). 
Clarke, John (1682-1757) : omit held a prebend at Norwich 
Clarke, -Joseph: before 1776 insert 1742, second edition 
15f.e. Clarke, Marcus A. H. : for 34 read 35 

Clarke, Mary A. : omit J. Wilson Croker 

Clarke, Sir Thomas : for following read preceding 

Clarke, William (1696-1771) : for Haghmon read Haughmond 

for 1738 read 1727 and after prebendary and insert in 1738 canon 
for Chittingley read Chiddingly 
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CLATER CONDELL 

X.B.— /.<?. stands for from end and l.L for last line 

List of Writers : omit Right 
for Welsh read Welch 
Claughton, Piers C. : for in 1870 he was read he was in March 1871 

for death read resignation 
Clavering, Sir John: after Bath insert From 1770 till death he was governor of 
Landguard Fort 
for Delaware read Delawarr 
Clavering, Robert: for was made prebendary of read to which was adjoined 

before On 2 Jan. insert From 1718 to 1725 he was treasurer of St. Davids. 
Clay, James : after he sat insert till he was unseated on petition in 1853, and 
then from 1857 
for in 1873 read on 26 Sept. 1873 
Clay, William K. : for Wheatley read Wheatly 
Claymond, John : for 1504 read 1500-7 

for 151G read 151G-7 
Cla3rpoole, Elizabeth : for exhumed and cast .... Keknet, Register) read 
allowed to remain in the Abbey (Stanley's Westminster Abbey, ed. 18G8, p. 179] 
Clayton, John (1709-1773) : for 1825 read 1725 and for 1829 read 1729 
Clayton, Eichard : after 11 Dec. 1595 insert was transferred in IGOG to the 

Leicester St. Margaret prebend 
Clayton, Sir Richard : for where he died read from 1825 till his death there 

for an only daughter read a son, who became second baronet, and a 
daughter 

ii 36 Clayton, Sir Robert : for 1688 read 1683, when he was turned out on the with- 
drawal of the city's charter. On his reinstatement after the restoration 
of the charter in October 1688 he immediately resigned, but was re-elected 
in October 1689 and sat for Cheaj) Ward till death. 
18 ii 39-40 for a governor of the Irish Society read governor of the Irish Society 1692- 

1706 
ISf.e. after Hospital, insert He was colonel of the Orange regiment of the London 

militia 1680-1, 1689-90, 1694-1702. 
Clayton, Robert (1695-1758) : for Eobert read John 
for St. Michael's read St. Michan's 

after Busie. insert His uncle William, a prominent citizen of Liverpool, was 
M.P. for that city 1698-1702 and 1713-14. 
Cleasby, Sir Anthony : for 1867 read Feb. 1868 
Cleayer, William : for master read principal 

for Ixxxiii. read Ixxxv. 
Cleeve, Bourchier : for probably the son read the tenth son 

after p. 221) insert by his second wife, Anne daughter of John Bourchier 

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28 ii 28-84 Cleeve, Bonrchier : for Cleeve was survived . . . Elizabeth, read He married, about 
1740, Miry Hiydon, who died 28 Dec. 1760, leaving a daughter, Ann. 

9 f.e. before Hasted's imert P.C.C. 94 Linch; 

24 ii 26 /.«. Clegg, Samuel : /o/- Murdoch's rearZ Murdock's 

10 f.e. for 1816 read 1815 and again in 1818 

25 i 21 f.e. for three read two 

80 i 18-17 Cleland, William (1674 ?-1741) : for and after 1723 read until 1714 and from May 

f.e. 1724 till July 1738 
82 ii 84 Clement, Gregory : for Camelford read Fowey 
39 i 82 Clerk, Sir George: after Royal Society, insert president of Zoological Society 

1862-7, 
44 ii 2 Clerk, William : for 1651 read 1647 

29 Clerk-Maxwell, Sir George : after the customs insert in Scotland from 1768 till 
death 
Clerke, Bartholomew : for professor of read lecturer in 
10 f.e. Clerke, Charles : after circumnavigator insert son of Joseph Clerke of Weather- 
field, Essex, 
after 1779. insert Gierke's sister married Paul Henry Maty [q. v.]) 
Clerke, Gilbert : for Luffingham, Northamptonshire read Luffenham, Rutland 
Clerke, Henry : omit probationer 

Clerke, Bichard : for one of the six preachers .... Canterbury read sixth pre- 
bendary of Canterbury 
Clerke, "fhomas H. S. : after 1830 insert and made K.H. 1831 
Cliff, Henry de : after secured, insert In 1319 he became canon of York. 
Clifford, Anne, Countess of Dorset : for second earl read third earl 
Clifford, Sir Augustus W. J. : for retired admiral read admiral of the blue 
13 f.e. after 1864 insert becoming retired admiral 81 March 1866 

61 i 15 f.e. Clifford, George, 3rd Earl of Cumberland : after 1605. insert He was lord-lieu- 
tenant of Cumberland from 1595 till death. 

63 i l.l. Clifford, Henry de, 1st Earl of Cumberland : before He died insert He was made 

K.G. in 1537. 

64 ii 8 Clifford, Henry, 5th Earl of Cumberland : after lasting, insert In 1614 and 1620 

he was M.P. for Westmoreland. 
66 ii 36 Clifford, Hugh Charles, 7th Lord Clifford of Chudleigh : for Mary read Mary 
Lucy 
Clifford, John de, 9th Baron Clifford : omit seems now .... and Salisbury 
after Blore Heath insert took the oath of allegiance to Henry VI 
for {ib. 84) read {ib. 84, where he is confused with John, Lord Clinton, who 
was attainted ; see Botuli Pari. v. 349) 
Clifford, Richard : after (9 Aug. 1392) insert in Lincoln Cathedral, and prebendary 
of Chiswick (18 April 1897) 
for and of Norwell read It seems to have been another Richard Clifford who 
was prebendary of Norwell 
Clifford, Robert de, 5th Baron Clifford: omit (? d. 29 Nov. 1301) 
Clifford, Rosamond : for president of read resident in 
omit Before his death .... about 1175 
for emphatically stated read adopted 

for But the main argument .... the Cliffords. rearZ It is true that William 
Longsword first appears in history in 1196, when a son of Henry by Rosa- 
mond would come of age. The manor of Ai)pleby in Lincolnshire was 
granted before 1200 to one William Longsword, but he proves to be the 
brother and not the son of Henry II. ; tlie manor of Appleby in Westmore- 
land belonged to the Cliffords of the fourteenth century. A confusion 
between these two properties may well have led the suitors of 1607 to 
associate the younger Longsword with the Clifford genealogy and to sup- 
pcjft liis HUggCHted parentage. 
77 ii 10 Clifford, Thomas de, 6th Baron of West noreland : for 1498 read 1898 
11/.^'. Clifford, Thomas de, 8th Baron Clifford : for 1.W4 rend 1484 

81 ii 82 Clifford, Thomas, Ist Lord Clifford of Chudleigh: for third son, George, read 

fourtli H jii, Hugh. 
88 ii 22-'i'» Clifton, Robert C: omid in which college .... experimental philosophy . 

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91 ii 35-36 Clinton, Edward F. de, Earl of Lincoln : for in or about 1530, read in 1534, 

93 i 18, 12 for mother-in-law read step-mother 

f.e. 

94 ii 6 f.e. Clinton, Sir Henry (1738 ?-1795) : after appointed insert governor of Limerick in 

1775, 
5 f.e. after 1779, insert colonel in chief of the 84th regiment 1778-1802, 

96 i 20 ^ 

11 f.e. \ Clinton, Henry F., 2nd Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyne : for Lyne read Lyme 

Sfe. J 

\Sf.e. after exchequer, insert (appointed 1751) 

98 ii 29 Clinton, Henry P. F. P., 4tli Duke of Newcastle : after insatiable, insert He 

brought Gladstone in as M.P. for Newark in 1832, and turned him out on the 
Free Trade question in 1846. 

99 i 16 Clinton, Henry P. F. P., 5th Duke of Newcastle : after majority, insert and then 

contested North Nottinghamshire with equal want of success, 
Clinton, Sir William H. : after 1790, insert He was M.P. for East Retford 1794-6. 
for Alkmar read Alkmaar 
omit At the conclusion of the war 
after was made insert lieutenant-general 1813 

after regiment, insert 1814 and omit and promoted lieutenant-general 
for 1830 read 1829 

for 23 Dec. 1846. read 15 Feb. 1846. He was lieutenant-governor of Chelsea 
from 1842 till death. 
Clipstone, John : for professor of sacred literature read doctor of divinity 
Clitherow, Sir Christopher : for in 1625 read from 1624 to 1635 
for 1625 read 1625-6 
for 1627 read 1627-8 
for In 1636-40 read From 1636 till death 
23 f.e. Clive, Catherine : for Boys in Petticoats ' read Bayes in Petticoats ' 

Clive, Edward, Earl of Powis : after 1694. insert He was lord-lieutenant of Shrop- 
shire 1775-98 and 1804 till death 
118 ii 15 f.e. Clive, Robert, Lord Clive : after year, insert He was lord-lieutenant of Shropshire 
and Montgomery from 1772 till his death 

120 ii 25 Cloete, Sir Abraham J. : after 1854 insert He became major-general 1855, 

lieutenant-general 1862, and general 1871. 

121 i 3/.e. Clopton, Sir Hugh : for [d. 1497) read {d. 1496) 

ii 11 after He was insert alderman of Dowgate ward from Oct. 1485 and 

14 for 1492 read Oct. 1491 

36 for 1497 read 1496 

123 i 11 f.e. Close, Sir Barry : after Close insert who was promoted major-general in 1810 

126 i 13 Clotworthy, Sir John, 1st Lord Massereene : for and read becoming M.P. for Co. 

Antrim in the Irish parliament of 1634. He 
23 before On the insert To the Short parliament Clotworthy was returned for 

Bossiney 

127 ii 23 Clough, Arthur H. : for at read under 

139 i 32 Coates, Charles : after prince regent, insert From 1808 till death he was prebendary 

of Wells. 

140 i 17 Coates, Bobert : omit where he soon after married. 

27 after Emma Anne insert whom he married at St. George's, Hanover 

Square, 
80 before Gent. Mag. insert Robinson's Life of Robert Coates 

37 for Kent's read Dent's 

ii 36 Cobb, James : after secretary insert in 1814 
144 i 8/.e. Cobbett, William: /or (1821) reacZ( 1820) 

ii 2 after places, insert In 1832 he unsuccessfully contested Manchester. 

10 for in June read on 18 June 

148 ii 24 /.e. Cobden, Richard : for Salden read Sabden 

149 i 4/.e. for 418 read 412 

ii 7-8 for In the same year read Ha was oae of the first aldermen, and held office 

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165 i Sf.r. Cobham, John de, 3rd Lord Cobham: /or (12C0-1335)7-mcZ(rZ. 25 Aug. 1839) 

ii 4-0 for His mother's name . . . lord Beauchamp read His mother was Joan, 

daughter of Sir John Beauchamp of Stoke-under-Hamden 
11-17 for As Henry de Cobham . . . his death in 1408 read Dugdale is altogether 

wrong. According to the extant brasses in the church at Cobham, where 
almost all the family are buried, Henry de Cobham died in 1839, and John 
de Cobham the elder, who was already married in 8 Edward III (1814-15), 
and an admiral of the fleet in 1335, died 25 Feb. 1354-5 
18-88 for The Cobham records . . . died in 1858 or 1859 read The younger John de 

Cobham succeeded to his father's estates in 1855. He was first summoned 
to parliament 20 Sept. 1855. He went to France in 1859 and was made 
a banneret in 1870 
20f.e. after Rome insert to obtain from Urban V the appointment of William of 

"Wykeham to the see of Winchester 
156 i 9f.e. /or 1408) he seems to have died rm^Z 1407-3) he died 

8 f.c. after years old insert and was buried in Cobham Church 

4 f.e. after 1831 insert (she died in 1395) 

l.L after married insert in 1362 

ii 1 after de la Pole insert and died about 1388 

4 after widow of insert Her third husband 

5 ojnit is said to have been and after times insert and died 13 Jan. 1483-4 
5-6 for One of her husbands read Her fourth husband 

10 for another husband read her second husband a7id for Gerard read 

Reginald 

25 far ten read twenty 

26 for (1370-1) read (1380-1) 

28 for were read on enamelled copper are 

29 omit in Hasted's time 

24-22 for wliich have been . . . the above article read The Lords of Cobham and 

/.ff. their Monuments, by J. G. Waller, in Archseologia Cantiana, vol. xi, 64 
et seq. 

159 ii 80 Cochrane, Sir Alexander F. I. : /or Marcotis reafZ Mareotis 

34 omit when 

85 for was read had been 

86 after boroughs insert in 1800 and sat till defeated at the general election in 

1800 
100 i 7 f.e. for June read 3iin. 

166 ii 18 /.e. Cochrane, Thomas, 10th Earl of Dundonald : for Just at this time read In June 

1806 
8 f.e. for 18 March 1805 read June 1806 

107 i 36 after the 27th. transfer to this place, the paragraph as corrected from 

page 166, col. ii, lines 13-2 froyn end. 
23 /.e. for by a triumphant majority read unopposed 

1 f.e. for at the head of the poll read with 

fjf.e. for being his colleague read although with 1,400 fewer votes 

174 ii 6 after 81 Oct. 1860 insert The reparation was tardily completed on 19 March 

1878, when, in accordance with the report of a parliamentary committee, 
5,000Z. was voted to his grandson, Lord Cochrane,' in respect of the distin- 
guished services of his grandfather, the late earl of Dundonald,* but really 
as an equivalent for Dundonald's half-pay during the period of his exclusion 
from the British navy (Pari. Pa^jers, 1877, Nos. 92,',888; Times, 20 March 
1878.) 

175 ii 4 f.e. Cochrane, Sir Thomas J. : after same station, insert from 1825 to 1884 was governor 

of Newfoundland, 

after rear-admiral, insert He was M.P. for Ipswich 1889-41. 
I77 ii 10-9 Cockburn, Sir Alexander J. E. : for secretary of state in 1S06, read under- 
secretary for war and the colonies 1800-7, 

for in 1811 read from 1811 to 1819 

for Columbia read. Colombia 

for Dundee read Dujidas 

after the Bath insert (1878) 

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184 i 7-8 Cockburn, Catharine : for In defence of Locke read ' Defence of Locke's Essay ' 
ii 14 /.e. Cockburn, Sir George (1763-1847): after British army. i?2serf He was G.C.H. in 

1831. 

185 ii 12 /.e. Cockburn, Sir George (1772-1853) : for (1813) read (1814) 
ISO i 5/.e. /or 1820 rmr? 1828 

^f.e. after admiralty insert (1818-30 and 1834-5) 

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

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

20 /.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 ; 
Codrington, Christopher : ctfter gave him insert in May 1699 
Codrington, Sir Edward: for on 10 July 1821 read in 1825 

after 24 Oct. insert He was made G.C.M.G. in 1832, and was liberal M.P. 
for Devonport 1832-9. 
Coetlogon, Charles E. de : for Martyn read Martin 
Cogan, Eliezer : omit if not thrice 
077iit Mr. Milner 

for Gibson read and and omit Lord Over- 
omit stone 
Cok, John : for In the Cottonian Collection read Among the Additional Manu- 
scripts 
80-81 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/.e. Cokayne, Thomas: after published i7isert 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 i^isert Farringdon Without (1609-13), 
of and for soon j'ead (1613-8) 
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 
for Holdemess 7'ead Holdernesse 
Coke, Daniel P. : for All Souls 'read Queen's College 

before B.A. insert He migrated to All Souls and graduated 
for 1775 read 1776 
o77iit tory 

for prebends 'read, prebendaries 
Coke, Sir Edward : for three read more 
Coke, Thomas W., Earl of Leicester: after Edward insert who was returned in 

his place for Norfolk 
Colbatch, John : after 201. yearly, insert which he held from 1702 to 1720, 

after divinity, insert which he held from 1707 till death, 
Colborne, Sir John, Ist Baron Seaton: before entered insert was educated at 
Christ's Hospital and 
1 after Peninsula, inse7't joining Wellington at Jaraicejo about 11 Aug. 

3 for Venegas, 7-ead Cuesta, who was, however, replaced (12 Aug.) by General 
Eguia before Colborne reached the Spanish headquarters. Eguia was 
superseded in Oct. by Areizaga 

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253 ii 18 Colborne, Sir John, Ist Baron Seaton : for his regiment only .... Salamanca 

read or at the battles of Salamanca and Vittoria. He returned to the army 
in July 1813 
19 for but in 1818 .... the command read and in September 1813 through the 

illness of Major-General Skerrett he assumed temporary command 

21 omit three 

22 omit Vittoria, and, for He read In 

28 for then again read January 1814 he and after his insert old 

29 after K.C.B.'s insert January 1815 atvd omit afterwards 
after prince regent insert (June 1814) 
omit directly 
after 1825 insert four years before he 

254 i 5 /or 1830 recwZ 1828 
for latter read former 
after year, in^sert He was colonel of the 94th foot 1834-8 and of the 26th foot 

1838-54. 
after field-marshal insert He was made colonel-in-chief of the rifle brigade 

1861 
for in 1814 read on 21 June 1813 
Coldingham, Geoflfrey de : for bishop read bishop elect 
264 ii 24 /.e. Cole, Sir Galbraith L. : for 1798 read 1797 

after until insert January 1800, retiring before 

for He had previously been read He was governor of Gravesend and Tilbury 
from 1818, till death, colonel of the 103rd foot 1812-4, of the 70th foot 
1814-6, and of the 34th foot 1816-26, and was 
Cole, Henry : omit Oxford 

274 i 26 /.e. Cole, Thomas : (1627 ?-1697) /or and reacZ of 
Cole, William {d. 1600) : for Lincoln read Lincolnshire 

for lii read ii 

275 i 16-12 for "We may conclude that .... appointed by the queen read The precise 
date of his return is not known, but having married while at Geneva he 
could not be restored to his fellowship at Corpus. In 1568, however, there 
being a vacancy in the presidentship, he was nominated to it by the queen 

13 for Wood read an authority quoted by Dr. Bliss in his notes on Wood's 

• Athenee ' 
after 194 note), insert He was a prebendary of Winchester 1572-9. 
for but the above-named daughter .... any record, read His son Thomas 
succeeded him as rector of Heyford-ad-Pontem and held the living from 
1600 to 1646. 
for Landsdowne read Lansdowne 
Cole, Sir William {d. 1653) : for 1639 read 1684 

Cole, William (1626-1662) : omit became B.D New College and 

Colepeper, John, 1st Lord Colepeper: after elected insert to the Short parliament 

as member for Rye and 
Coleridge, Derwent : for 2 April read 28 March 
Coleridge, Hartley : for (1826) read (1820) 
Coleridge, Sir John T. : after schools imert in 1812 
after College insert in 1812 

after Ellison insert (he graduated B,A. 1815 and M.A. 1817) 
for 1834 read 1824 
for Gibb read Gilbert 
18 f.e. Coleridge, Samuel T. : for Gozlar read Goslar 

before Vandyck insert Peter 
12-11 Colet, Sir Henry : for Castle Baynard read Bassishaw 
f.e. 

10 /.e. for 1 Feb, 1483-4 read 28 Aug. 1478, and retired from the, corporation 

15 Feb. 1481-2. He returned as alderman of Castle Baynard 1 Feb. 
1482-8 
9/.C. for 1487-8 read 1486-7 

828 ii 22 Colet, John : for extracts read extant 
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326 i 28 Colet, John : after exist, insert He was treasurer of Chichester Cathedral 1516. 

329 \ 1Y55 } ^°^^y' ^®^^y • -^^^ ^^^^y ''^''^ ^'^^^ 

380 i 7 Colfe, Abraham : /or brother rea^Z uncle 

82 Colfe, Isaac : after Canterbury, insert He was prebendary of Canterbury from 
1596 till his death. 
332 i 9 College, Stephen : for Lord William Stafford read William, Lord Stafford 
337 i 19 /.e. Colley, Sir George P. : after C. B. insert (1874) and after C. M. G. insert (1878) 

18 f.e. after K.C.S.L insert (July 1879). 

344 ii 23 f.e. Collier, Jeremy : for Nicholson read Nicolson 
351 i 18 /.e. Collier, John P. : for C. W. Singer read S. W. Singer 

353 i 5/.e. Collier, Robert P., Lord Monkswell: for 1842 read 1841 

l.l. for Kemp read Kempe 

354 i 42-43 for protected read protested 

365 i 28 Collins, Arthur : for thrust into the fourteenth volume read introduced 

373 ii 24 Collins, Mortimer : for 1865 read 1855 

375 ii 46-47 Collins, Samuel (1619-1670) : omit and was incorporated .... 1659 

376 ii 29 Collins, Samuel (1618-1710) : for in 1652 read on 24 June 1659 
378 i IS f.e. Collins, William (1721-1759) : for 408 read 419 

381 ii 21 Collins, William L. : for 1835 read 1853 

382 i 5/.e. CoUinson, John : /or Sept. read Aug. aw^ o/^er thirty-six insert and was buried 

in the nave of Long Aston church 
384 ii 13 Collinson, Septimus : after 1827 insert He left 1,500L to found a school in the 
parish of Great Musgrave, which is still in existence. 
29-30 Colles, John D. : for Kennicott, Pusey, and Ellerton read Kennicott, and Pusey 
and Ellerton 
Colman, George, the elder : for 1755 read 1757 
Colonia, Adam de : for Berchem read Berghem 
Colpoys, Sir John : for July read June 

after year insert when he was made K.B 
omit he had also been .... the Bath, 
Colquhoun, John C. (1785-1854) : omit (brother of the third) 
Colquhoun, John C. (1803-70) : before was born insert eldest son of Archibald 

Campbell-Colquhoun [q. v.] 
Colquhoun, Patrick : for Yates read Yeats 

for Dr. H. Boase read Henry Boase 
Colson, Lancelot : after stone, insert He also compiled an almanack for 1680. 
Colt, Maximilian : after resign, insert He married in the Dutch church in Austin 
Friars, on 31 Jan. 1604, Susanna Geeraerts van Antwerpen (iJe^fis^er, ed. 
W. J. C. Moens). 
for the preceding June read June 1606 
for Anne read Mary 

for the previous December read 16 Sept. 1607 

after or Coult. insert In the marriage register he is described as ' Maximilian 
Poictrin van Utrecht.' 
43-44 Colton, John : for Caius and Gonville College read Gonville Hall 
for 1381 read 1382 
Colvile, Sir James W. : for Wedderburn Colville read Wedderburn, who changed 
his name to Colvile 

32-5 for the influence .... the appointment of read he was appointed 

419 ii 35 Colville, Sir Charles: /"or 1834 reacZ 1882. He was colonel 5th garrison battalion 
1812-5,?colonel 34th foot 1815-23, 74th foot 1823-84, 14th foot 1834-5,(and 5th foot 
1885 till death. 
-4/.e. Colville, William: for the Tron Church read Trinity College 

Colyear, Sir David, 1st Earl of Portmore : after Scotland, insert He was colonel 
Scots Greys (2nd Dragoon Guards) 1714-7. 
omit of 
Combe, George : for 1830 read 1820 

Comber, Thomas (1645-1699) : for Barkham read Barcombe 
Comgall, Saint : for St. Finiau's read St. Finnian'a 

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444 i 80-2 Compton, Henry (1G32-1718) : for although a beneficed clergyman .... point 

of view read although once a nonconformist, was now opposed to nonconformity, 

attacked Compton for his liberality 

448 ii 3 f.r. Compton, Sir Herbert A. D. : after cutta. insert A portrait is in the Oriental Club, 

Hanover Square. 

449 i 251 Compton, Henry, 2nd Earl of Northampton : after (Dovle). insert He was lord- 

lieutenant of Warwickshire from 1630 till death. 

450 i 8 Compton, Spencer, Earl of Wilmington: after CQ.m]idie\\. insert He became a 

commoner of Trinity College, Oxford, in 1090. Five years later he con- 
tested East Grinstead unsuccessfully. 
9 for July read June 

11 for five read six 

452 i ?>ri Compton, Spencer J. A., 2nd Marquis of Northampton : for 1849 read 1848 
for Smeedly read Smedley 
Compton, Thomas : for Winceslaus read, Wenceslaus 
Compton, Sir William (1G25-1G63) : for who gave him command of a read He 

joined his father's 
Comyn, John, the elder {d. 1800 ?) : after Margaret insert the Maid of Norway, the 

child of Princess Margaret and King Eric 
Comyn, Sir Robert B. : for Calcutta read Madras 
Comyns, Sir John : omit was educated .... Cambridge 

for in every parliament .... 1712 (inclusive) read in 1701-8 and 1710-5 
Conant, John : for 1693 read 1694 

for Woollebius read Wollebius 
for 1698 read 1693-4 
25 for eighty-six read eighty-five 

408 i 33-4 Concanen, Matthew : for but a few weeks afterwards read at the end of 1743. Ho 
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4 i 21 /.e. Conduitt, John: for March read June 

20 f.e. for 1715 he was elected member read 1721 he was elected on petition (having 

been unsuccessful in the contest of the preceding month) whig member 

5 ii 2 Condy, Nicholas : for Ann Trevanion Pyll read Ann Trevanion Pyle, daughter 

of Captain Mark Gates of the marines. 

6 i 24 Congallus I : for Ferchand read Ferchard 

7 i 89 Congreve, William : for 13 Oct. 1707 read December 1705, when he became com- 

missioner of wine licenses 
9 i 22 Congreve, Sir William : for 1820 read 1818 

11 i 21 f.e. Coningsby, Sir Thomas : for Hereford read Herefordshire and after 1593 insert 

1597 
ii 4 f.e. Coningsby, Thomas, Earl Coningsby : after side, insert He was commissioner 
of appeals in the exchequer 1689-90 

12 i 17 after Ireland, insert He was vice-treasurer of Ireland from Jan. 1692-3 

until he was deprived of the office in 1710. 

25 omit again a7id the vice-treasurer and 
ii 2 for 1715 read 1716 

11 after 1720. insert He resigned his two lord-lieutenancies in 1721 and was 

dismissed from the privy council Nov. 1724. 
21 i 19 /.e. Connell, Sir John : for In 1822 read Some time before 1821 
18-16 omit on occasion of . . . Edinburgh 

fe. 
23 ii 11 f.e. Connor, George H. : for Jan. 1883 read Oct. 1882 

29 ii 2 ConoUy, Thomas : omit first 

3 after Ballyshannon insert from 1727 till death 

11 for 1760 read 1753 

26 for until the vmion. read until May 1800. He resigned just before the 

union. 
36 for 1784 read 1780 

30 i 15 f.e. ConoUy, William : after of wliich he insert was elected member for Donegal 

borough 1692-3 and 1695-9, and for co. Londonderry 1703 till death. He 
5 f.e. after revenues insert (1709-10 and 1714 till death) 

33 ii 27 Constable, Archibald : after Edinburgh.' insert A son, John Constable {d. 1892), 

was principal of the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, from 1859 to 1880^ 
and afterwards rector of Marston Bigot, near Frome. 

34 ii 7 Constable, Henry (1562-1613) : after Spain, insert Two letters of the same period 

from the poet to the Countess of Shrewsbury are printed in Lodge's Illustra- 
tions ' (ii. 498-500) 

35 ii 8-1 f.e. Constable, Henry, Viscount Dunbar : for Yorkshire read Ehoracum 

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44 i 22 Constable, Sir Marmaduke : for Milton read Hilton 

28 /.e. after Yorkshire insert and in that of 1544-5 for Warwickshire 

Constable, Sir William : for Yorkshire read York 
Constantino II : for Bemacia read Bemicia 

for Borough-on-the-Humber 7-ead Brough-on-the-Humber 
11 f.e. Conway, Anne, Viscountess Conway : for ventured read are said to have ventured 
i Conway, Edward Viscount Conway : for He was also made lord president read On 

14 Dec. 1628 he became lord president 
I. Conway, Francis S., Marquis of Hertford: for Earl of Hertford in 1786 read 
second Baron Conway in 1732 
for 1766. read 1765. He was lord chamberlain 1776-82, and again in the 
coalition ministry, April to December 1783. He was lord-lieutenant of 
Warwickshire from 1757 till his death. 
for Francis read Francis (Ingram) Seymour [q. v.] 
Conway, Henry S. : after Antrim insert which he represented till 1761 
for 28 Dec. read 28 Dec. 1741 

for 29th regiment read 34th regiment, and held it for two years 
after 282). insert He was colonel 8th horse, now 7th dragoon guards, 1784-9 
for March read March 1755 
after secretary of state insert for the northern department (in substitution for 

the southern department, of which he was already secretary) 
after iii. 399). insert In Oct. 1770 on Granby's death he received the com- 
mand of the royal regiment of horse guards 
omit during his absence .... horse guards. 
for 19 Oct. read 9 July 
, Conway, Sir John : after folio), insert In Dec. 1583 he seems to have been 
imprisoned in connection with the Somerville-Arden case, and it was 
probably during this imprisonment that he wrote his * Meditations and 
Praiers ' (see next page) 
omit During his confinement .... of leade.' 
for Ostend read England 
Conway, William A. : after actor, insert whose real name was Rugg, 
Conybeare, John : after Oxford, insert He was proctor in 1725. 

after that year, insert With the bishopric he held the Christ Church deanery. 
for the cathedral read Bristol Cathedral 
Conybeare, John J. : after 1797 insert and won the University Latin verse prize, 
1800 
for Somersetshire read Somerset. He was prebendary of York from 1803 

till his death 
for 1807 read 1808 
Conyngham, Henry, Ist Marquis Conyngham: for privy chamber read privy 
council 
for Conyngham read Conyngham was made general of the army on 22 July 

1830, but 
after 1849 insert [see Denison, Albert] 
Cook, James {d. 1611) : for 1592 read Jan. 1592-3 
Cooke, Sir Anthony : for Shoreham read Lewes 
Cooke, Benjamin : for 40 read 74 
Cooke, Edward (1770 ?-1799) : for 1770 ? read 1772 
20 after navy, insert born 14 April 1772, 

24 for Colonel read Major-General 

26 for a sister of Admiral Boyer read Penelope, daughter of Sir William Bowyer 

and sister of Admiral Sir George Bowyer [q. v.] 

79 ii 84 Cooke, Edward (1755-1820) : before and in 1790 insert He was M.P. for Liflford 

1789-90, 

80 ii 3-6 for in the various departments .... foreign office, read as under-Becretary 

for war and the colonies 1804-6 under Lord Camden and 1807-9 under 
Lord Castlereagh, and under-secretary for foreign affairs 1812-17, again 
under Castlereagh. 
80 Cooke, Edward W. : omit (1817) 
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Cooke, John (1738-1823) : after Hospital insert and a commissioner from 1773 till 

death 
Cooke, Robert : forfl. 1793 read 1768 
after minster insert in 1806 

I Cooke, Roger : for 1523 read 1553 

Cooke, Sir Thomas : for 1454 read 1456 (being transferred to Broad Street in 
1458) 
after well-reasoned.' insert He was elected an alderman of Bread Street 
Oct. 1470, and again deprived next year. 
Cooke, Thomas (1703-1756) : after ' Germanicus' insert (see 11th Eep. Hist. MSS. 

Comm. App. pt. vii. p. 42) 
Cooke, Thomas (1807-1868) : for Bishop's Hill read Bishophill 
Cooke, William (1711-1797) : for Halifax read Hallifax 
for 1793 read 1792 
for Harward's read Harwood's 
Cookes, Sir Thomas : for Worcester read Gloucester 

for Nashe's read Nash's 
Cookson, George : for 1801 read 1809 
Cookson, Henry W. : for Soon afterwards read In due time 

after Thomson insert (Lord Kelvin). He was proctor in 1842. 
for 1877 read 1867 

for four read, five and after 1848 insert 1868 
27-28 Cooper, Anthony A., Ist Earl of Shaftesbury : for and was never contradicted 
read, but it has been contradicted (cf . Sloane MS. 3371, f. 24) 
Cooper, Anthony A., 7th Earl of Shaftesbury : for and sat for Dorsetshire from 
1833 to 1846. read but was elected at a bye-election for Dorset Co. in 
Sept. 1831, and sat for that constituency till 1846. 
for Mr. W. J. Sadler read Michael Thomas Sadler [q.v.] 
after 1885. insert He was lord-lieutenant of Dorset from 1856 till death. 
Cooper, Charles P. : for Lady Henley's read Lady Hewley's 
Cooper, Edward J. : omit College 

before member insert conservative 
Cooper, Sir Grey : for 1675 read 1765 
Cooper, John G. : for Thurgaton read Thurgarton 
13 /.e. Cooper, Thomas (1517 ?-1594) : for Languet read Lanquet 
for 1566 read 1567 
for 1570 read 1570-1 
for i. read ii. 
Cooper, Thomas (1759-1840) : for is said to have been sent to read matriculated in 
Feb. 1779, aged nineteen, from University College. 
after services, insert In 1787 he was called to the bar from the Inner Temple. 
Coote, Sir Charles, Earl of Mountrath : before On the deposition insert He was 
M.P. for COS. Sligo and Mayo 1654, 1656, and 1659. 
159 ii 6/.e. Coote, Sir Eyre (1726-1783) : after England, insert The year before he was elected 
M.P. for Maryborough in the Irish House of Commons, but was unseated 
on petition. 
after 1771, insert was M.P. for Poole 1774-80, 

for the Inniskillings on 19 Feb. 1778, read in 1771, being transferred to the 
37th regiment in 1773, 
Coote, Sir Eyre (1764-1824 ?) : for 1824 ? read 1828 

after Coote. insert He had already been elected to the Irish House of 
Commons as member of Ballynakill (1790-7) and Maryborough (1797- 
1800). 
after 1802 read to that of the 62nd regiment in 1806, and 
after Barnstaple insert (1812) 

for is supposed to have died .... 1824. read died 10 Dec. 1823. He was 
twice married and left issue by both wives. His first wife, Sarah 
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168 ii 25-26 Coote, Ricliard, Ist Earl of Bellamont : for Nausan of Bridg-norton read Naufan 
of Birtsmorton 

166 i 12 Cope, Sir Anthony : for six parliaments (1586-1604) read seven parliaments (1571- 

«3, 1586-1604) and" Oxfordshire 1606-14 
ii 26-27 Cope, Sir John : for Lord Strafford read Thomas Wentworth, third earl of Strafford 
[q. v.] 
04 for the 7th regiment of foot read the 89th regiment of foot (1730-2), the 5tli 

regiment (1782-7), the 9th dragoons (1784-41), and the 7th dragoons 1741 
till death. He was promoted brigadier-general 1785, major-general 1739, 
and lieutenant-general 1748 
85 after the Bath, insert He was M.P. for Queenborough 1722-7, for Liskeard 

1727-84, and for Orford 1788-41 

167 i 9 for unable read impossible 

4/.e. for May read July 

168 i 21 Cope, Sir Walter: after Co^e [q. v.], insert was elected M.P. for St. Mawes 

in 1588, for Weymouth in 1601, for Westminster in 1604, and for Stockbridge in 
1614, 

169 ii 8 Copeland, "William T. : for in the following year read, during the year (Feb. 

1829) 
for many read seven 
after Bethlehem insert (1861-8) 
after 1883 he insert as a liberal 
after returned insert as a conservative 
for in politics read after abandoning the liberal party 
Copleston, Edward : for immediate read direct 

before In 1814 insert He was proctor in 1807, and was prebendary of Hoxton 

in St. Paul's Cathedral in 1812. 
for 1828 read 1827 
Copley, Sir Godfrey : for 1705 read his death 
Copley, John S., the elder : for in a year or two read subsequently 
26 after Copley insert who was made A.R.A. in 1776 and R.A. in 1779 

183 i 80-31 Copley, John S., Lord Lyndhnrst : for dividing the highest honours .... with 

read the senior wrangler of the year being 
185 i 6 for 1829 read 1818 

for Cambridge read Cambridge University 

Copley, Sir Thomas : for 1514 read 1534 

for 1533 read 1554 

for nineteen read twenty 

omit 1554 
Corbet, Sir John : omit sometime .... Castle 
Corbet, Richard : after subsequently inaert (1610-20) 

for 1624 read 1628 
Corhett, Thomas : hefore secretary insert chief clerk of the admiralty 1728, and in 
1728 second 

after equal, insert He was M.P. for Saltash from 1784 till death. 
Corbould, Henry : for 1707 read 1807 
Cordell, Sir William : after Suffolk insert and was M.P. /or Dunheved 

for Wyat read Wyatt 
Cornelys, Theresa : after 1758. insert She came to England in 1759 {Home Of) 

Papers, 1770-2, p. 189). 
Cornewall, Charles : for the next two years read 1709-10 

after member insert for Bewdley, and from 1715 till death as member 

fur the navy read the storekeeper's accounts at the admiralty 

for 1717 read 1717-8 

for Nov. read Oct. 
Cornewall, PoUiott, H. W. : for 1792 read Jan. 1798 

for Exeter read Hereford 
Cornewall, James: after seconds insert (11 Feb. 1748-4) 

after Abbey, imert He was M.P. for Weobley 1782-4 and 1787-41. 

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the surrender of the city's charter in Oct. 1683 {Bepertory^ 85, fo. 225) 
for Hawkes read Hawles 
Cornish, Sir Samnel : after the following year, insert He was whig M.P. for 

Shoreham from 1765 till his death. 
Comwallis, Sir Charles : after knighted, insert He was M.P. for Norfolk in 1604. 
Cornwallis, Charles, 1st Marquis Comwallis : after office insert in England 
before on which insert for the post of joint vice-treasurer of Ireland 
for The voluntary banishment .... as in read The letter is a genuine 

work of Junius, though signed * Domitian.' In 
omit and his distrust of the ministry 
for and to show his dislike .... power, he read He 
for January 1784 read Feb. 1783 
Comwallis, Frederick : after Paul's in^sert holding with the deanery the prebend 

Wildland 
Comwallis, James, 4th Earl Cornwallis : for Salisbury read Canterbury 

for fifty-three read forty-three 
Cornwallis, Sir Thomas: after 1554 t/wer^ during which year he was also elected 
M.P. for Grampound 
244 ii 9 Cornwallis, Sir William {d. 1631 ?) : after children, insert He was M.P. for Lost- 

withiel in 1597 and for Orford in 1604 and 1614. 
247 i 38 Comwallis, Sir William (1744-1819) :,a/<er Cico^s. insert He. was M.P. for Eye 
1768-74, 1782-4, and 1790-1807, and for Portsmouth 1784-90, and he was colonel of 
marines 1787-93. 
249 i 39-40 Cornysshe, William : for Calendars of State Papers .... Series read Calendar 
of Letters and Papers, Henry VIII 
Corrie, Archibald : for F. F. H. read T. F. H. 

Corrie, George £. : before In 1851 insert He was vice-chancellor of the university 
in 1850. 
for Wheatley read Wheatly 
Corry, Henry T. L. ; for 1826 read 1825 
omit successively .... health and 

Corry, Isaac : after unknown insert He was defeated at Newry in both 1806 and 
1807, but was elected in the former year for Newport (I. of W.) 
259 i 31-35 Coryate, George : for According to his own showing .... taken the degree, read 
He is registered as having * supplicated ' for the degree of B.D. in July 1592, 
but New College men were exempt from * supplication,' and this entry may 
have been a mistake of the registrar for Coryate's actual graduation. 
20 f.e. Coryate, Thomas : for Kircunerus read Kirchnerus 

for and that the book .... in our own day. read It was only once reprinted 
since its publication, viz. in 1776, when it was issued in three volumes. 
Cosby, Sir Henry A. M. : for lieutenant-general in due course read major- 
general in 1793 and lieutenant-general in 1816 (antedated to June 1799) 
Cosby, Phillips : after 1790. insert He was colonel of marines 1787-90. 
Cosin, John : for in 1594 read 30 Nov. 1594 (Sloane MS. 1708, f . 109) 
Cosin, Bichard : for parliaments read parliament 

after 1586 and insert for Downton in that meeting 
Costa, Emanuel Mendes da : after London insert and died 24 June 1726 {Hist, 

Beg. 1726, p. 26) 
Cotgrave, John : after 14 insert Gent. Mag. 1821, ii. 415-6 
Cotterell, Sir Charles : for (1615-1687 ?) read (1612 ?-1702) 

for in 1615 read about 1612 

for apparently died in the following year read died, according to the 

* Mercurius Historicus,' on 19 July 1702, at the age of 90 
for John read, James 

for Cotterell Dormer read Cottrell Dormer 
Cottingham, Lewis N. : for St. Mary's Church read St. James's Church 
Cottington, Francis, Lord Cottington: before When Prince Charles insert He 
was M.P. for Camelford in 1624, for Bossiuey in 1635, and for Saltash in 1628. 

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Cotton, Sir Charles : after 1808 insert in which jear he was made full admiral 

/or 1778 ;rrt<Z 1798 
Cotton, Henry : offer ministry insert (He resigned his deanery in 1849) 

for 1833 read 1882 

for 1845-78 read 1851-78 

for (5 vols. 1845-1860) read (6 vols. 1851-78) 
Cotton, Sir John Hynde : for a year read two years 

for September 1718 read July 1712 

for board read council 
Cotton, Kichard L. : for 1857 read 1856 

Cotton, Sir Rohert B. : for Sir Thomas Billing and Thomas Lacy [q. v.] read Sir 
Thomas Billing [q. v.] and Thomas Lacy 

for no part read little part 

after affairs insert He was M.P. for Newtown in 1601 

for entered read re-entered 

omit Sarmiento's successor. 

for second read third 

for in 1711 read from Dec. 1710 to Aug. 1713 
Cotton, Sir Stapleton, Ist Viscount Combermere : after 1st life guards insert 
having already been colonel 20th light dragoons 1818-8 and 3rd light 
dragoons 1821-9 
22 f.e. after a pleasant picture, insert He was governor of Sheerness from 1821 to 

1852. 
ii 2 after the Bath iyisert (1815, having been K.B. since 1812) 

8 after Guelphic order insert (1817) 

8-4 omit of the order of the Star of India 

5 after a knight of insert the Star of Lidia 1861 

320 ii 13-12 Cotton, Sir Sydney J. : for a daughter of Captain Hallack read Marianne, daughter 

f.e. of Captain Halkett 

828 ii 4 Cotton, Sir Willoughby : after 98th foot, insert Li 1838 he was made K.C.B. 

13 after 82nd foot insert April 1854 

326 i 13 f.e. Coulson, Walter : for who read Hunt 
12 f.e. for and adds read Procter says 

827 ii 22 /.e. Coulton, David T. : oww^ dean of Bristol 
836 ii 8 Courtenay, Henry, Marquis of Exeter : for 1387 read 1857 

36 for Jan. read June 

339 ii 88 Courtenay, Peter : for 1477 read 1476-7 

34 before On 5 Sept. insert and in 1477 dean of Exeter 

840 ii 21 f.e. Courtenay, Bichard : before In 1400 insert and also a prebend at Lincoln 
842 ii 10 Courtenay, Thomas P. : for 1810 read 1811 

13 afler 1831. insert He was deputy paymaster of the forces 1807-11 

89 after died insert being accidentally drowned 

848 i 16 Courtenay, William : for 1639 read 1869-70 
847 ii 21 f.e. Courteville, Raphael : for 1888 read 1788 

849 ii 18 Cousen, John : for Mirashay read Miryshaw 
854 i 4 Coutances, Walter de : for 1197 read 1198 
856 i 16 Covel, John : before appears insert Covel 

858 i 5 Coventry, Henry : after Henry insert who was M.P. for Droitwich 1661-81, 
20 for 1679 read 1680 

ii 84 Coventry, Sir John : for The son John read The father John 
88 for He served read The son John served 

S60 i 82 Coventry, Sir Thomas : for Whittington read Robert Wydington (no connection 
of Richard Whittington) 
ii 18 Coventry, Thomas, Lord Coventry: after supporters, insert He was M.P. for 
Droitwich in 1620. 
868 i 28 Coventry, Sir William : for 1668 read Feb. 1664-5 

6/.<J. for 16(58 read 1668-9 

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376 i 12 Cowell, Joseph L. : for Witchett read Whitshed 

381 i 6/.e. Cowley, Abraham : for Suckling's verses read Some verses of the * Session of the 

Poets,' in * State Poems,' 1697 
384 ii 16 /.e. Cowper, Sir Charles : /or 1850 rea^Z 1860 
885 i 5 for Some time before his death read, In 1871 

386 i 19 Cowper, Henry : for For many years he was clerk . . . house of peers read From 

1785 to 1826 he was deputy clerk of the parliaments and clerk assistant of the 
house of lords 
ii 23 /.e. Cowper, Spencer (1669-1727) \for 1727 read 1728 

387 i 27 for 1711 read 1715, when he was made K.C. 

30-32 for On the accession of George II . . . the duchy of Lancaster and read He 

was appointed 
34 for 1727 read 1728 

889 ii 2/.e>. Cowper, William, 1st Earl Cowper : for 1680-90, 1695-9 read 1689-1700 
390 i 84-35 omit king's counsel, and about the same time 

46-47 omit He seems to have been ... in 1694. 

2 /.e. hefore In 1699 insert He was made K.C. 8 March 1698-9. 

393 ii 9 after the Charterhouse insert He was lord-lieutenant of Hertfordshire 1700-2 

and 1714-22. 
399 i 13 Cowper, William (1781-1800) : for 1785 read 1784 
ii 33 for Mr. Unwin read Mrs. Unwin 

9 f.e. for Worcester read Winchester 

404 i 15 f.e. Cox, Daniel : after 1742. insert Cox is said by Munk to have died in January 
1750. In that case he cannot have written, as Munk asserts, 
9-8f.e. for is attributed, both by Munk and by the compilers read Munk and the 

compilers 
6 f.e. after Society insert erroneously attribute 

4-8/.e. omit appears to be . . . Medical Compendium ' 

410 i 13 Cox, Edward W. : after 1870). insert He became serjeant-at-law in 1868 
412 i 6 f.e. Cox, Bichard : before In 1542 insert He was also made prebendary of Ely in 1541 

and dean of Ely 1545. 
414 i 87 Cox, Sir Richard : for 1764 read 1674 
420 i 12 f.e. Coxe, John : for 1783 read 1583 
422 i 6 Coxe, William : for 16 June read 8 June 

425 ii 9 f.e. Cozens, John R. : for Mr. Henderson read Mr. Henderson's son 
428 i 3 Crabbe, George : for grandfather read father 

ii 14 f.e. for August read Sept. 

436 i l.l. Cradock, Matthew : after Staffordshire ; insert was recorder of Stafford from 
30 Nov. 1620 ; was elected M.P. for the city in 1624, 1625, and 1627-8 ; 
ii 10 f.e. /or At the close of 1640 rea^ In 1640 

9-8 f.e. for the Long parliament read the Short and the Long parliaments 

438 i 25-26 Cradock, Walter : for Brampton Briars read Brampton Bryan 
441 ii 22 Craig, Alexander : for 1640 read 1604 

444 i 24-25 Craig, Sir James H. : for lieutenant-governor 7-ead deputy-governor 

445 i 33 after 1812. insert He was colonel of the 46th foot 1795-1804, of the 86th foot 

1804-6, of the 22nd foot 1806-9, of the 78th foot from 1809 till death. He 
was governor of Blackness Castle from 1806 till death, 
ii 13-14 Craig, James T. G. : for Kirkpatrick, Sharpe read Kirkpatrick Sharpe 
29 oTTbit and a preface by Mr. W. E. Gladstone 

448 ii 19 Craig, Sir Lewis, Lord Wrightslands : for Traboun read Trabroun 

449 i 37-39 Craig, Sir Thomas : for Helen Hunt . . . George Buchanan read Helen, youngest 

daughter of Kobert Heriot of Lumphoy or Lymphoy, an estate in the 
parish of Currie, Midlothian 

450 i 11 f.e. for Louis read Lewis 

ii 1 for of Warriston, whose son Sir James read whose son Sir Archibald, of 

Warriston 

451 i l.l. Craig, Sir William G. : after eldest son of insert James Gibson, afterwards 
ii 17 for 1842 read 1841 

452 ii 86 Craigie, Robert : for 1710 read 1709 

37 after 1754. insert He was M.P. for Wick borough 1742-7. 

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Crakanthorpe, Kichard : for of Germany read Kudolph II 
Cramer, Wilhelm : for H. V. D'Esterre read John D'Esterre 
Cramp, John M. : for 1862 ' read 1662,' 1862 

Cranfleld, Lionel, Earl of Middlesex : after master of requests, insert He was 
elected M.P. for Hythe in 1614 and for Arundel in 1620. 

for Spanish Marriage, i. 170). read Hist, of England, iii. 200). 

for Spanish Marriage, i. 183). read Hist, of England, iii. 213). 

for England .... Charles I, i. 8). read Hist, of England, v. 178). 

for i. 63 read v. 229 
Cranford, James : for Under the Commonwealth read From 20 June 1643 to 
16 March 1649 

17 i 5 after ii. 13 ; insert Husband's Ordinances, 1646, p. 215 ; Merc. Pol. 27 June 

1650; 
20 Cranke, James : for Leigh read Legh 

18 ii 17, 18 Cranmer, Oeorge : 07nit If an unsupported statement .... believed, 

14 fe. for On the death of Killigrew read Subsequently 

33 i 85 Cranwell, John : for Brown's read Browne's 

ii 20/.<?. Crashaw, Eichard : for Nympha read Lympha 
85 i 4 for Car read Carre [q. v.] 

89 i 40 Craufurd, Sir Charles Gregan- : after Cliff Fort insert holding office from 1796 till 
his death 
42 for 1803 until his election read Dec. 1795 to Dec. 1799. He was elected 

42 ii life. Craufurd, Eohert : for Dudley Costello's read Col. Edward Costello's 

43 ii 24 Craven, William, Earl of Craven : after younger insert was commoner of Trinity 

College, Oxford, from 1623 to 1626, and gave IQOl. to the college library in 

1636. But he 
25-27 for when only seventeen .... Oxford (Doyle) read before he was twenty 

46 i 12 fe. after Sonihw&rl!. insert 1610-89 

11 f.e. after guards itisert 1670-89 

11-10 after lieutenant-general insert 1667 

f.e. 

9 f.e. after Trinity House i7isert 1670 

8 f.e. after Cambridge insert 1667 

7 f.e. for Tangiers read Tangier 

48 i 18 after earldom insert became extinct ; his barony 
ii I'd f.e. Craven, Sir William : for 15 read 18 

49 i 15 for In July 1611 read On 14 Jan. 1611-12 

ii 20 after Cambridge, insert He was commoner of Trinity College, Oxford, 1626-8. 

59 i 11-9 Crawford, William S. : for Crawford's age .... autumn of 1852, read Crawford 
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61 i 9f.e. Crawfard, John: after Indo-Ghina. insert He unsucceBsfally contested, as an 

advanced radical, Glasgow in 1882, Paisley in 1884, Stirling in 1885, and Preston 
in 1887. 

62 i 8-9 Crawley, Sir Francis : for There is no trace of him .... however, read Accord- 

ing to the register of Gains GoUege, Gambridge, he was, however, a native of 
Norton, Leicestershire, and became a scholar of the college on 2 May 1592. 
64 ii 12-11 Creech, Thomas : for One of Greech's translations of the idyllium read Greech's 
f.e. translation of one of the idylls 

69 i 28 /.e. Creed, William : after in 1689, insert was proctor in 1644, 

14 /.e. for June 1660 read July 1661 

ii 81 Creighton, Eobert : for 1681 read 1631-2 

70 i 18 f.e. for Sgoropulos read Sguropulus 

72 ii 15/.*?. Cresswell, Sir Cresswell : a/<er king's counsel, insert From 1884 to 1842 he was 
also solicitor-general for the county palatine of Durham. 

78 ii 4/.e. Crew, John, 1st Baron Crew : for 1625 read 1624 and 1625 

79 ii 6 Crew, Nathaniel, 3rd Baron Crew : for 1722 read 1721 

29 for dean read dean and precentor 

80 ii 34 for 1722 read 1721 

81 ii 87 Crew, Sir Ranulphe : for Lords read Gommons 

82 ii 23-21 Crew, Sir Thomas : for Though the official lists .... in 1614, as read He was 

f.e. M.P. for Beeralston in 1614 and 

84 i 88 Crewe, Frances Anne, Lady Crewe : omit [q. v.] 
85 /or in 1776 rea^Z on 4 May 1766 

9-8 f.e. omit and in another with Mrs. Bouverel 

ii 18-14 Crewe, John, 1st Baron Crewe : for the close of the century read 1802 
21 for 1776 read 1766 

87 ii 5/.e. Criohton, James, surnamed The Admirable: /or this read all this 
91 i 82 /or 82 reatZ 81 

ii 11 f.e. Criohton, Robert, 6th Lord Sanquhar : for Farmer read Fermor 
93 ii 86 Crichton, William (fi. 1615) : for Zeland read Zeeland 

10-7 for A ridiculous story .... they were found read Some papers which he 

f-e. tore in pieces were blown on board again, were pieced together by Sir 

William Waad [q. v.], and were found 

4 f.e. after iv. 95). insert This story, though often ridiculed, has been substantiated 

by Mr. T. G. Law in the ' English Historical Be view ' (viii. 698) 
95 ii 26 Crisp, Sir Nicholas : before He was a widower insert His mother, Hester, sister of 
John Ireland, first master of the Salters' Gompany, was afterwards married 
to Sir Walter Pye, attorney-general of the Gourt of Wards. 

5 f.e. for 1641 read 1639-40 

4 f.e. for the Long parliament read both the Short and the Long parliaments 

97 i 15 f.e. before On 16 April 1665 insert He was M.P. for Winchelsea, his old consti- 

tuency, from 1661 till his death. 
I'l- before The magnificent house insert On 15 June 1898 his body was re- 

interrcJ in the churchyard of St. Paul's, Hammersmith. His widow, 
possibly his third wife, was Anne, daugliter and heiress of Edward 
Prescott, Salter, of London ; her will, dated 81 May 1669, was not proved 
till 6 Oct. 1699. 
Croft, Herbert (1603-1691) : for 1616 read 1626 
for 1792 read 1797 
22 /.e. Croft, Sir James : for {d. 1591) read {d. 1590) 
for in 1691 read on 4 Sept. 1590 
after 1571 insert 1584 

for Gboft the elder, Sir James read Cropt, the elder Sir James 
Crofton, Zaohary : for 1646 read 1644 

for His first living was at Wrenbury readKe was preaching in Gheshire in 
1645, and was for some time pastor at Newcastle-under-Lyme before he 
obtained the living of Wrenbury 
for 1648 read 1651 
for rectory read vicarage 

for for nonconformity, rend for maintaining that the Solemn League and 
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before the Great Plague of 1665, at which date he published a book entitled 
* Defence against the Dread of Death.' 
OTtiit again came to London and 

for Nactroff read Noctrof and note that the publication here numbered 8 
is a lampoon on Crofton and not a work from his pen 
Croke, Sir John : for king's serjeant 29 May 1603 read for the office 

after M.P. insert for Oxfordshire in 1614 and 

for Sib Unton Cboke read Unton Croke (1594 ?-1671) 

omit actively aided .... Oxford in 1649 

for Sir Unton's read his 

after 1655. insert He died 28 Jan. 1670-1. His son also, Unton Ckoke 
{fl. 1658), was a major in the parliamentary army, and afterwards colonel 
of horse ; he was created B.C.L. at Oxford in 1649, became a barrister of 
the Inner Temple in 1653, and high sheriff of Oxfordshire in 1658. 
Croke, Kichard : for Hatton read Hutten 

Croker, John Wilson: for Croker made an unsuccessful .... was, however, 
successful read Croker succeeded in obtaining the seat on petition. He 
was re-elected 
6-7 for He now read and retained the seat till 1812, when he was rejected at the 

general election. He was thereupon returned for Athlone, which he repre- 
sented till 1818. He unsuccessfully contested Dublin University that 
year, and next year was returned for Yarmouth (I. of W.) His subsequent 
constituencies were Bodmin, 1820-6, Aldeburgh, 1826-7, Dublin University, 
1827-30, and Aldeburgh again 1830-2. During the parhament of 1807-12 
Croker 
12 i 26 /or 1854 rm^ 1845 

138 ii 31-38 Crome, Edward : for but although his friend .... resigned in 1536. read and 
was president of Physick Hostel, a dependency of Caius College, from 1509 to 

144 ii IS f.e, Cromer, George : for {d. 1542) read (d. 1548) 

145 i 11 f.e. after attention, insert He died in March 1542-3. 
147 ii 35 Crompton, Hugh : for Cousin's read Corser's 

152 ii 28 Cromwell, Henry : for Heutenant read deputy 

29-30 for his deputy .... to fill, read commander-in-chief of the army and a 

member of the council. 

153 i 45-46 for the deputy's supporters read the supporters of the petition 

4 f.e. for lieutenant read deputy 

178 i 11. Cromwell, Oliver (1599-1658) : for 1711, p. 198). read 1730, p. 124). 

ii 2 for And made more rich read And the state fixed 

186 ii Sf.e. Cromwell, Bichard : for Cambridge read Cambridge University 
197 i 9/.e. Cromwell, Thomas, Earl of Essex : for Lord Rochford read Earl of Wiltshire 

209 ii '^^*' } ^'opper, James : for 1841 read 1840 

211 i 16 /.e, Crosby, Brass : for 1,048 read 1,043, and for 1772 read 1782 

ii 23 Crosby, Sir John : before alderman insert doubtfully said to be 

n f.e after 1468 insert and was transferred to Bishopsgate ward next year 

212 ii 3 /or 1475 rea<Z 1475-6 

213 i 85 Crosdill, John : for a Mr. B. Thompson read Beilby Thompson of Escrick, M.P. 

for Hedon 

221 ii 85 Cross, Mary Ann (George Eliot) : for Two short read Of two short 

37 for appeared in * Blackwood ' in 1860. read the first appeared in ' Blackwood ' 

in 1859, and the second in ' Cornhill ' in 1864. 

41 for ' Women read * Woman 

42 for Tabl6 ' read Sa.hU ' 

10 f.e. after four insert excluding ' Silly Novels ' 

4: f.e. for 1866 read 1868 

222 i 3/.e. Cross, Nathaniel : owi< [q. v.] 

228 i 13 Crossley, Sir Francis : for 1869 read 1868 

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229 i 27-28 Crossley, James : for Mr. Gladstone championed the conBervative cause, read 
Mr. Gladstone, without his consent, was put forward as conservative candidate. 

236 i 14 f.e. Crow, Mitford : after Baltimore, insert He was M.P. for Southampton 1701-2. 

237 i 83 Crowder, Sir Richard B. : for for a long time read from 1849 till 1854 

238 ii 5/.f. Crowe, William {d. 1743) : after Ludgate. insert He was prebendary of Chiswick 

in St. Paul's Cathedral 1726-7, and of St. Pancras 1727 till death. 
289 ii 87 Crowe, William (1745-1829) : for LL.D. read D.C.L. 

246 ii I.}. Croxall, Samuel : for his obtaining a victory over the read his victory at Sheriff- 

muir. 

247 i 1 omit rebels. 

252 ii 26 Cruikshank, George : for Coombe) read Combe) 

256 ii 25-26 ) /-r^-ii i th • \ \ 

go \ for Fairleigii read Fairlegh 

261 i lS/.<?. Cruikshank, William C: for Leigh Thomas read Honoratus Leigh Thomas 

[q. v.] 
267 i 9 Cubbon, Sir Mark : for 1856 read Feb. 1856 

10 for 1859 read the following May 

270 i 2 Cubitt, William : fm- 1847-9 read 1847-8 

8 for Langborn read Langbourn 

274 ii 5/.e. Cuff, Henry : for Daphne read Daphnis 

275 ii 18 Cuit, George, the elder : for of the name of Harrison, read Thomas Harrison 

(1744-1819) [q. v.]. 

276 i 88 Culbertson, Bobert : for orders in the Secession church read license in the 

Antiburgher Secession church 
282 i 17 CuUen, William : after Hamilton insert reprinted in his ' Discussions,' pp. 238-59 
288 ii 6/.e. CuUum, Sir Thomas: after personally, insert He was alderman of Cordwainer 

ward 1643-52. 
284 i 38 for Basire read James Basire (1780-1802) 

287 ii 15 f.e. Culpeper, Sir Thomas, the elder : after iii. 568). insert He was M.P. for Tewkes- 
bury 1628. 
291 i 81, 82 Cumberland, Eichard (1782-1811) : for election for Northampton reacZ election for 
Northamptonshire 
85 for Thomas Pownall [q. v.] read John Pownall, brother of Thomas Pownall 

[q. v.] 
296 ii 5/.<?. Cumming, James (1777-1861) : after 1803. insert He was proctor in the university 

in 1818. 
318 i 25 Cunningham, James, 14th Earl of Glencairn : oDiit chosen 
26 for in 1780 read the parliament of 1780-4 

18 /.c. for 1839 read 1787 

814 ii 16-17 Cunningham, John William : for governor-general .... his death, read lieu- 

tenant-governor of St. Christopher's (and St. Kitt's) from 1889 till his 
death in 1847. 

19 for Sir Henry Vemey read Sir Harry Vemey 

815 ii 8-4 Cunningham, Joseph D./or or rather Major Broadfoot . . . the army read (16 Jan. 

184Cj 
821 i 25 /.P. Cunningham, William (1805-61) : for Berwick read in the county of Berwick 

824 ii 19 Cunynghame, Sir Arthur A. T. : for in March read 1 April 

825 i 9/.e. Cureton, William: for LL.B. read B.C.L. 

8 f.e. for LL.D. read D.C.L. 

826 i 4 for Wordsworth read Christopher Wordsworth, afterwards bishop of 

Lincoln [q. v.J 
13 f.e. Curling, Henry : for 91st regiment read C2nd foot 
lO/.e, Curll, Edmund : for 1733 read 1735 

24 for Wharton read Grafton 

20 /.<r. Curran, John P. : f(yr 1756 read 1776 

20 for 1785 read 1788 
1 after outlawry, innori CuiTaii wttft elected to the Irish House of Commons for 

Banagher in May 1800 
SS for groHH brutality to Hovey read and alleged against Sirr gross brutality 

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belonging to Lord Camelford 
for 146 read 346 
for wit read wisdom 
Currie, Sir Frederick : for he was the last chairman .... 1857. read he was 
elected chairman of that company in April 1858. 
for six read eight 

for elected by the expiring company, read nominated by the crown. 
for his death read 1860 
12 fe. Curtis, Sir Eoger: for 1808 read 1804 

Curtis, Sir William: for president read colonel 

after company insert from 1806 to 1817 and president from 1795 till death 
after 1802 insert He was president of Christ's Hospital from 1813 till death 
Cusack, Sir Thomas : for He became lord chancellor .... for his read He was 
master of the rolls in Ireland from 1542 till 1550, and acted as lord 
chancellor in 1551. Next year he received the patent for the latter office. 
Hugh Curwen [q. v.] succeeded him in 1553. For his 
5-7 for He was made .... applied read He applied in the course of the 

negotiations 
Cust, Sir Edward : after elected insert in the tory interest 
42-43 Cuthbert, Saint : for Croquet read Coquet 
for formally read formerly 
Cutler, Sir John : after their relief, insert He was M.P. for Bodmin from 1689 till 

his death. 
Cutts, John, Baron Cutts: for from 1689 .... one occasion read from 1698 to 
1701, and on his first election 
after are few insert Cf. ' Military and other Poems . . . .' anon. 1716 (four 
relate to Cutts) 

Dacre, Leonard : after lord Dacre. i?isert He was M.P. for Cumberland in 1558, 

1559, and 1562. 
Dacres, Sir Richard J. : for 1867 read 1868 

for Field-marshal Sir Charles Yorke read Sir Fenwick Williams 
Dacres, Sir Sidney C. : after 1872. itisert He was promoted full admiral in 1870. 
DaiFy, Thomas : for 1760 read 1680 
D'Aguilar, Sir George C: for 1821 read 1823 
for 1849 read 1848 

for lieutenant-colonel read lieutenant-general 
after K.C.B. insert in 1852 
20f.e. Dalbiac, Sir James C. : for 1848 read 1847 

29 for president read prosecutor 

80-31 for the British rioters in 1831 read the military officers (Colonel Broreton 

and Captain Warrington) who were at Bristol during the riots of 1831 
43 for 1848 read 1847 

Sf.e. Dale, Thomas (1797-1870) : for 1840 read 1837 

for bookseller read publisher, East India agent 
Dale, Valentine : for 1574-5, read 1573-4, 
Dalgarno, George : for James Bulwer read John Bulwer [q. v.] 

after 1835 insert (reprinted in his * Discussions,' pp. 174 seq.) 
Dallas, Robert C. : omit * Ode to the Duke of Wellington, and other Poems,' 1819 
Dallaway, James : after Chichester insert which he resigned in 1826 
Dalrymple, Sir David {d. 1721) : for Roehead read Rochead 

for 1721 read 8 Dec. 1721 {Hist. Beg. 1721 p. 44) 
Dalrymple, Sir David, Lord Hailes : for nineteen read twelve 

for Thomas Dalrymple read Alexander Dalrymple 
Dalrymple, Sir Hew W. : for Sir John read Sir James 

after 1818 insert (He had been colonel of the 8lBt foot 1797-8, of the 37th 

foot 1798-1810, and of the 19th foot 1810-1) 
for for many years .... borough, read M.P. Weymouth 1817-8, Appleby 

1819-26, Haddington Burghs 1826-80, 1831-2, and Brighton 1837-41. 
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4S1 i 17 DAlrTmple, John, 2nd Earl of Stair : for 1792 read 1692 

ii \if.e. after more iTViert n 14 

493 i 18 for ambassador read minister plenipotentiary 

26 for Louis XV read Louis XIV 

ii 89-41 for in regular attendance .... of which read He regularly attended the 

House of Lords (1707-8 and 1715-84) while 
425 i 15 fe. Dalrymple, John, 6th Earl of Stair : after Berlin insert retiring in 1788 
18 fe. omit several times chosen 

12 fe, after peer insert 1793-1807 and 1820 till his death 

ii 12 fe. Dalrymple, Sir John H. M., 8th Earl of Stair : after Wellington insert He was 
colonel of the 92nd foot 1881-48 and of the 46th foot 1848 till death 
Dalton, John (1709-1763) : omit [q. v.] 

Dalton, John (1726-1811) : for and grandson read He was great-great-grandson 
omit by whom he had .... 4th dragoons 

after 1811 insert Of his three sons (1) Thomas, captain 11th dragoons, suc- 
ceeded in 1807 to the Norcliffe estates, and took the name of NorcUffe ; 
(2) John, colonel 4th light dragoons, inherited the Wray estates; and 
(8) James, rector of Croft, Yorkshire, was an eminent botanist, whose 
collections are now in the York Museum. Dalton also had three 
daughters. 
88 for accuses read disputes the account given by 

86-8 omit of not having done justice .... in which he took part 

435 i 6 D' Alton, John (1792-1867) : for Archbishop read Archbishops 
488 i 7f.e. Daly, Denis: for 1768 read 1767 
5 f.e. for county read borough 

4f.e. after Galway insert and at the general election of 1768 was returned for the 

county 
ii 18 f.e. for Henry read Hussey 

442 ii 27 Dalyell, Bobert, 2nd Earl of Camwath : for 1644 read 1645 
449 i 15 Dalzell, Bobert : for who married Dalzell's sister read whose daughter Dalzell 
married 
ii 6 after foot insert (the 41 st) 

10 for lieutenant-general read major-general 

12 /or General Wade read General Hawley 

17 for became general in 1745 read became heutenant-general in 1735 and 

general in 1745 
12 fe. before Gibson Dalzell insert his son 

11 f.e. for Tidcombe read Tidmarsh 

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EKEATA IN VOLUME XIV 
DAMON D'EYNCOUET 

'N.B.—f.e. stands tor from end and 1.7. for last line 

List of Writers : insert G. J. G Jr. J. Gray 

for K. M. J. J. read E. J. J. 
Dampier, Thomas : for Sherborne read Sherbum 

after favour, insert He was prebendary of Durham from 1778 to 1808. 
Dance, Charles : for Charles read George 
Dance, alias Love, James : for son read brother 

I Dancer, Thomas : for 1810 read 1811 

Daniel, Samuel : for Edmundes's read Edmondes's 
for Hayward read Hayman 
for MS. 3942 read MS. 3943 
for 241489 read 24489 
Daniell, John F. : after 184:2. insert He was foreign secretary of theKoyal Society 
from 1889 till 1845. 
36 ii 3 f.e. Danvers, Sir Charles : after p. 119). insert He was elected M.P. for Cirencester in 

1586. 
40 ii 17 Danvers, Sir John : after Danvers insert sat in the House of Commons as M.P. for 
Arundel in 1610, for Montgomery in 1614, for the university of Oxford in 
1621, and for Newport (I. of W.) in 1624. He was re-elected for Oxford 
University in 1625, 1626, and 1628 
43-45 omit and about 1640 .... a political career 

14 f.e. after parliament insert for a fifth time 

i3 ii 15 Darby, George : after Great Britain, insert He was M.P. for Plymouth from 1780 

to 1784, and an elder brother of Trinity House from 1781 till his death. 
48 i 12-13 D'Aroy, Bobert, 4th Earl of Holderness : for one of the principal secretaries of 
state read secretary of state for the south 
17 for and took charge of read but was transferred to 

ii 8 for earl of Leeds read duke of Leeds 

53 ii 20 Darcy, Thomas, Lord Darcy : after was insert Dowsabella, daughter and heiress 
of Sir Richard Tempest of Ribblesdale. His second wife was 
28-83 omit He afterwards married .... xiii. 127 6). 

57 i 22 Darling, Sir Charles H. : for 1865 read 1862 

6-5 for the only daughter read in 1851 Elizabeth Isabella Caroline, only 

f.e. daughter 

Sf.e. for survived him read died on 10 Dec. 1900 

61 i 7 H&rliag, Sir BAliph.: after dOth insert {1S2S-37) and after iUt insert {l837-i8) 

8 after 69th foot insert (1848 till death) 

65 i 18 Darnell, Sir Thomas : for 15 Nov. read 22 Nov. 
27 for Heveringham read Heveningham 

81 for 22 Nov. read 28 Nov, 

6i ii 16 /.e. Darracott, Bisdon : for Darratt read Darracott 

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69 ii 19 Dartiquenave, Charles: after works insert from 1706 to 1726 

25 after king's gardens insert gazetted June 1720, 

26 for succeeded read expected to succeed 

27-33 for This succession was apparently disputed .... into a public road. He 

read But the latter office was conferred (15 May) on Bichard Arundel, 
M.P. for Knaresborough, who held the post till his appointment as master 
of the Mint in 1737, when Thomas Bipley [q. v.] became surveyor of roads. 
Dartiquenave lived 

84 ii 8 Darwin, Charles Bobert : for 1875 read 1864 

90 i 18 f.e. Baubeney, Oiles, Lord Daubeney : after Bridgevater. insert He was M.P. for 
Somerset in the parliament of 1477-8. 

98 i 8 Daubeny, Charles : for Ferrick read Terrick 

94 i /./. for Antiquakeristica read Antiquakeriana 

98 i 14 /.e. Daunt, Achilles: a/^er him inserHn 1875 

99 ii 9 Davenant, Charles : for (1683-9) read (1678-89) 
101 ii 19-20 Davenant, John : for in 1641 read on 20 April 1641 

108 ii 5 Davenant, William {d. 1681) : for La Motte read La Mothe 

109 ii Qf.e. Davenport, Sir Humphrey : after 1618 insert He seems to have been elected M.P. 

for Brackley on 16 Oct. 1588. 

l.l. for ElHot read Eliot 

112 i 2/.^. Davenport, Bichard A. : for June read Jan. 
118 ii 28 David I : for Cutton Moor read Cowton Moor 

35 for L'Esper read L'Espec ' 

120 ii 10 f.e. for Newbury read Newburgh 

123 i 29 David, Edward : for R. M. J. J. read R. J. J. 

129 i 13 Davidson, Thomas (1888-1870) : for Onnam Row read Oxnam Row 

130 i 5 Davidson, Thomas (1817-1885) : after death insert (10 Dec. 1885) 

28 Davidson, William : for Keates read Keats 
181 i 15 Davies, Benjamin: /or in 1875 reafZ on 19 July 1875 

28-29 Davies, Catherine: for Madame Mauprat, the second sister read Madame Idnrat, 
the third sister 

81 for Italy read Naples 

82 for a niece of Byron read absurdly described by Miss Davies as a nioie of 

Byron 
84 omit in a very interesting manner 

Zf.e. Davies, Cecilia : for Lyson read Lysons 
183 ii 10 Davies, Christian : for 1842 read 1742 
188 i 89 Davies, James : after Herefordshire insert in 1853 
143 i 40-48 Davies, Sir John : omit and in the same year .... iii. 173) 

ii 8-9 for Newcastle-under-Lyne read Newcastle-under-Lymo 

145 i 11 f.e. Davies, John (1627 ?-1698) : for on the title-page read in the dedication 
ii 47 for 1634 read 1654 

50-51 for ' Hierocles, or read ' Hierocles on 

147 i 28 Davies, Jonathan : after Windsor insert (gazetted April 1782) 
154 ii 88 Davies, Bobert (1769 ?-1885) : for Nantglas read Nantglyn 
158 i 15 Davies, Sir Thomas : for 1679) read 1680) 

81 after knighted, insert He was alderman of Farringdon Without from 1667* 

till death. 
Id f.e. for a wit read Littleton 

\Qf.e. for 1679 read March 1679-80 

107 ii 87-88 Davis, J. P. : for J. P. read John Philip and for {d. 1802) read (1784-1862) 
168 i 8 for in September read on 28 Sept. 

171 i 48 Davis, Bichard B. : for in March read on 13 March 

172 ii 18 /.c. Davis, William (1027-1690) : for Sudbury read Sodbury 

174 ii 27 Davison, Alexander : after in arrear, inHert In the ' All the Talents * administration 
of 1806-7 Davison KtTved uh treasurer of the ordnance. 

176 ii 81 Davison, James W. : after Maria Duncan insert [See Davihon, Maria Rijibkcca] 

177 ii Wf.e. Davison, John : for grammar school read cathedral Hchool 

IX. for For a few yoara read From 1824 till death 

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178 i 5-6 Davison, John : for in 1834 read on 6 May 1834 

8 after Cathedral, insert On 20 July 1819 he married Mary, daughter of 

Eobert Thorp, elder brother of Charles Thorp [q. v.] ; by her he left four 
sons and six daughters. 
180 i 5 f.e. Davison, William (1541 ?-1608) : after attendance on her. insert He was elected 
M.P. for Knaresborough in the same year. 
19 f.e. Davy, Charles : for Suffolcienses read Suffolcenses 

Davy, Martin : omit notwithstanding the latter's whig principles 
for the whig ministry read the tory ministry 
omit a gross political job 
after Chichester insert in 1832 
for Beechy read Beechey 
Dawes, Lancelot : for Shortly after this . . . prebendaryship read In 1619 he was 
preferred to a prebendal stall 
for the rebellion read the civil war 

for February 1653-4 read (according to Le Neve) 18 May 1655 
Dawes, Sophia, Baronne de Feuchlres : for Louis XIII read Louis XVIII 
Dawes, Sir William : for 1696 read 1697 

after regular course, insert He was vice-chancellor of Cambridge University 

in 1698. 
for 1713 read 1718-4 
for in 1724 read on 30 April 1724 
Dawson, Abraham : after Thomas insert [q. v.] 

for Paul read PauU 
Dawson, Benjamin : for nephew read brother 
Dawson, Henry : for Water Street read Waterhousc Lane 
Dawson, John : for Thomas read Joseph 

for Cheetham read Chetham 
Dawson, Eobert K. : after the civil division insert in Feb. 1836 

for 1 April read 28 March 
Dawson, Thomas : for a dissenter .... began life as read and brother of Abraham 
Dawson [q. v.] He entered Kendal Academy in 1746 and Glasgow College 
in 1749, and graduated M.D. there on 8 June 1753. In March 1754 he 
became 
omit went to Glas- 

for gow University .... 1753 read and paid back to the Presbyterian Fund 
what had been granted for his education. 
Day, George : after orator hisert (1528) 

after 1537 insert holding the office of vice-chancellor during the same year 
Day, John {fi. 1606) : for but there is no record .... left the university, read 
He was admitted there 24 Oct. 1592, and was expelled for stealing a book from 
the library, 4 May 1593. 

243 i 22 Day, William (1529-1596) : after iii. \^b). insert On 29 Aug. 1569 he was presented 

by the queen to the rectory of Lavenham, Suffolk. 

244 i 2 after 39, 50. insert He also wrote a ' Narratio de Festivitate D. Georgii in 

reginali Palatio Westmonasteriensi,' etc., extant in Harl. MS. 304, f. 144. 

245 i 34 Dayes, Edward : for Abbey read Hall 
ii 2 for Bradley read Brayley 

9 Dayrolles, Solomon : after Dayrolles insert or Dayrolle 
247 ii 18 Deacon, Thomas.: for now known read known till 1886 

251 i 34-38 Deane, Sir Anthony: for and comptroller of the victualling .... printed or 
manuscript, read He was commissioner of the navy from 1672 to 1675, comptroller 
of the victualling in November 1675, comptroller of the storekeeper's accounts 
March-June 1680, and commissioner of the navy for general business 1686-8. 
According to Le Neve's Pedigrees of Knights (p. 127) he was knighted in Feb. 
1660-1. 
Deane, Sir Thomas : for Sept. read Oct. 
De Brie, Dick T. : for Dick read Dirk 

for Lamb read Lant 
De Caux, Salamon : for 1630 read 1626 
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Decker, Sir Matthew : after East India Company insert from 1718 to 1748, being 
deputy governor 1720-1 and 1729-80, and governor 1725-6 and 1730-8 
after parliament insert as a tory from 1719 to 1722 
for * a gentleman named Richardson ' read William Richardson 
for one writer read Joseph Massie 
De Critz, John : for Sir Francis Meres read Francis Meres [q. v.] 
Dee, Duncan : for was chosen read was a common pleader of the city of London 
1682-90, a judge of the Sheriff's court 1690-1700, and was 
22 for in 1700. read from 1700 till death. He was also commissioner of appeals 

in the excise 1718-4. 
280 ii 28 Deering, John P. : after before mentioned, insert He was elected A.R.A. in 1826. 
85-86 for After the passing of the Reform Bill he became M.P. read From 1847 till 

his death he was conservative M.P. 
288 i 12 /.e. Defoe, Daniel : for 1602-8 read 1702-3 

284 ii 12 for St. Edmund's Bury read Bury St. Edmund's 

285 ii 89 for increased read injured 
287 i 16 after Secret insert History 

298 i 10-9 De Gex, Sir John P. : for Mr. Macnaghten .... appeal in ordinary) read Steuart 

f.e. Macnaghten (already co-author of * Macnaghten and Gordon's Reports ') 

294 i 7 Degge, Sir Simon : for 1669 read 1669-70 

299 ii VI f.e. Dekker, Thomas: for (verse) read (prose) 

808 ii 22-24 De Lancey, Oliver (1749-1822) : for by Susannah, daughter of General Sir 
William Draper, K.B. read (whose daughter Susannah married General 
Sir William Draper, K.B.) 
804 i 81 after 18 Nov. insert 1790 

88 for 1792 read 1794 

ii 18 /.e. De Lancey, Oliver (1808-1887) : for Henry read Howe 
305 i 19 f.e. De Lancey, Sir William H. : for 4 Feb. 1818 read 4 April 1815 
18 f.e. for John read James 

17 f.e. for Douglas rea^ Dunglass 

808 ii 15 /.e. Delany, Mary : for 1742 read 1744 
9 f.e. for Bucklands read Buckland 

309 i 18 for in 1724 read on 8 March 1725 

310 i 12 f.e. Delany, Patrick : for 1758 read 1718 
ii 14 for 1739 read 1729 

818 ii 18 De La Rue, Thomas : for in 1866 read on 7 June 1866 

814 i 11 Delaune, Gideon : for London in 1630. read Dowgate Ward 17 Jan. 1625-6, and 

was discharged as an alien a week later. 
ii 8 f.e. Delaune, Paul : after island insert in 1655 

815 i 41-43 Delaune, Thomas : for but on finding .... refused to interfere, read Calamy 

sent no reply to Delaune's appeal, but tried hard to get him off (see Calamy, 
Benjamin). 
316 i 18 /.e. Delaune, William (1659-1728) : for Amherst read Amhurst 

ii 22 Delaval, Edward H. : after now extinct, insert On Lord Delaval's deatli in 1808 he 
succeeded to his entailed estates at Seaton- Delaval and Doddington. 
817 i 16 for his brother's house, read his house. Parliament Place, Westminster, and 

was buried in the nave of Westminster Abbey. There are several portraits 
of him at Doddington Hall, 
ii 15-14 Delavall, Sir Ralph : for continued a member of the board of read was appointed a 
f.e. lord of the 

14/.«. for till May 1694 read in 1698, serving till May 1694 

8/.e. after parliament iiisert as a tory 

819 i 20 Delepierre, Joseph 0. : for 78 read 77 

881 i 80 Demainbray, Stephen C. T. : after royal chaplains insert from 1802 till his death, 

fifty-two yearn later 
884 ii 15/.0. Dempster, George : for 1762 read 1761 
llf.e. for twenty-eight read twenty-nine 

848 i n/jf. Denham, Sir James Stewart (1712-1780): for Stewart read Steuart a7ul so 

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for Stewart Debenham read Steuart Denham 
for Goodtrees read Westshields 
for 1781 read 1784 
for 1818 read 1815 

for He was never married read He married Alicia, daughter of William 
Blacker of Carrick, co. Armagh. He had no issue. 
Denham, Sir John : after the Bath, insert He was M.P. for Old Sarum from 1661 
till his death. 
for 1678 read 1669 
Denis, Sir Peter : for Heydon read Hedon 

for in 1750 Miss Pappet read on 2 Sept. 1750 Miss Pappet, natural daughter 
of John James Heidegger [q. v.] 
Denison, Albert, 1st Baron Londesborough : for 1826 read 1828 

after parliament insert as a whig 
Denison, Edward (1801-1854) : for Estwicke read Estwick 

after Salisbury, insert He was prebendary of Southwell (1834-7). 
Denison, John E., Viscount Ossington : after D.C.L. insert He was president of 

the Royal Agricultural Society in 1857. 
Denison, William J. : for He sat read As a whig he sat 
Denman, Thomas, 1st Lord Denman : for Knowles's read Knowlys's 

for he found he could not .... Nottingham read he contested Leinster 
unsuccessfully 
28 fe. Denne, Henry ; for was presented to the living read became curate (not vicar) 
for Pyrton read Pirton 
for Conversion read Conversation 
for public read several 
for not printed till 1796 read (April) 1645 reprinted in 1796, and 1854 (see 

* Records of Fenstanton ' in Hanserd Knollys Soc, 1850) 
for Antiquakeristica read Bibliotheca Antiquakeriana 
Dennis, John : for Thomasin read Thomson 
Dennis, Sir Thomas : for 1560 ?) read 1561) 

for While sheriff read He was M.P. for Devonshire in 1529 and 1533. While 

sheriff of the county 
after his death insert on 18 Feb. 1560-1 
Denny, Sir William : for (fl. 1653), who read [d. 1676), author, son of Wilham 
Denny, recorder of Norwich, who died in 1642 (MS. Addit. 19126, ff. 292, 
299 6). He 
for ' Peleconicidium read ' Pelecanicidium 
for 1653 read 1651 

omit There was a recorder .... in Charles I's reign 
for apparently before the Restoration read in June 1676 
Denton, John : for 1708) read 1709) 

for 1708 read 1708-9 
De Quincey, Thomas : for Cotton read Landon 
Derham, William : for Stoughton read Stoulton 
Dering, Sir Edward : for was chosen read had sat in the House of Commons as 

M.P. for Hythe in 1625, and was now 
Des Granges, David : for Modresfield read Madresfield 
Despard, Edward M. : for James read John 
Despard, John : after 1805 insert was colonel of the 8th garrison battalion Aug.- 

Dec. 1809 
Despenser, Thomas le, Earl of Gloucester : for Duke of Kent read Earl of Kent 
Devereux, Robert, 2nd Earl of Essex : for (1567 read (1566 

for 10 Nov. 1567 read 19 Nov. 1566 (Sloane MS. 1697, f. 54 b) 
for Llanfey read Lamphey (or Llanffydd) 
for Ark Royal read Due Repulse 
for published read circulated 
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446 V *ii 1 D*^®'®^^' Walter, Ist Earl of Essex : for Llanfey read Lamphey (or Llanffydd) 

ii 16 /.c. /or said to be 7-<?a<Z erroneously said to be 

Hf.e. for and read was 

ISf.e. after antiquary insert and was copied by Cole ; Cole's copy 

448 ii life. Deyisme, Louis: for He was afterwards read He was concurrently 
13/.C. after Ratisbon insert (1769-73) 

12 f.e. after finally insert in 1778 

455 ii 24 D'Eyncourt, Charles T. : foi- retiring in 1852 read being defeated at the poll in 
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2 i 22-24 Dibdin, Charles : for It is moab improbable that .... eighteenth child read 

Charles was probably the twelfth child (of fourteen) 
29-31 for won notice at Winchester College .... the concert-rooms read won him 

the position of chorister at Winchester Cathedral under Fussell, the 
organist, and soon the Winchester concert-rooms 
ii 4 for 1762 .... next season, 1763, read 1764, and twice repeated it next 

season. 
5 for the former year read 1762 

12 for next season read on 81 Jan. 1765 

18-14 for * Love in a Village ' read * Th9 Maid of the Mill ' 

16 for set the fashion of wearing read his triumph led to the wearing of 

87 for altered speedily to read which was given in 1770 the sub-title of 

40 for He had read According to current report he had 

44-45 for All his children .... young. She read with the result that she 

14-9 for a so-called Mrs. Davenet .... was born read, Harriet Pitt, a dancer at 

f.c. Covent Garden, who played small parts Her children by Dibdin included 

Charles I. M. Dibdin, born 
Sf.e. fur Thomas read Thomas Dibdin and omit took 

7 f.e. for his father's name about 1799. read Dibdin deserted Harriet Pitt about 

1774, and she then returned to the stage under the name of Mrs. Davenet. 
2/.e. for Princess Matilda read Princess Louisa Ann 

U. for In 1768 read On 30 Oct. 1768 

3 i 1 for the Haymarket read Drury Lane Theatre 

19 /.e. for nil read 1112 

9, f.e. after two interludes insert 'The Palace of Mirth' and 'The Brickdusk 

man' 
7-6 for performed in the summer of 1772. read among many other pieces in 1772, 

f.e. 

8 f.e. after knights insert were produced at Drury Lane, the former on 26 Oct. 1772 

and the latter 26 Dec. 1771 
ii 7 for Anne Wild or Wyld read Anne Maria Wylde 

23 /.c. for the earliest read an early example 

i i 8 for on 8 Jan. 1779 ' The Touchstone.' read later in the same year * The 

Touchstone,' a speaking pantomime. 
28-29 for Dibdin now commenced giving musical entertainments at the Royal 

Circus rea^Z Dibdin established the Royal Circus 
80 after Surrey Theatre insert where musical entertainments, many of his own 

composition, were long given 
86-88 for * The Benevolent Tar ' .... in 1782 read * The Cestus,' ' Tom Thumb,' 

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4 i 40 Dibdin, Charles : for 1784 read. 1785 

20-19 for by a Dublin misadventure read by failure of a Dublin manager to pay 

f.e. him for musical work done 

12-11 for before he started in 1787 read on 21 May 1787, after he started 

/.e. 
ii 22 for 1788-9 read 1789-90 

24 for ' The Quizzes ' read ' The Quizes ' 

S6 for 1791 read 1791-2 

,]^r>^, . before and insert 1796 and for Sphynx ' read Sphinx ' 

Wf^A '. for ' The Frisk ' read ' A Frisk ' 

5 i 16 f.e. for Anne read Anne, born in 1787 

14 f.e. after children insert of the union with Anne Maria Wylde 

ii 15 for 1792 read 1796 

22-23 for in the same year read 1788 

24 for 1795 read 1800 

6 i 4 for nearly seventy read far more than seventy 

14 omit was painted by Devis 

15 for It read was painted by Devis, by Thomas Phillips, R.A. (now in the 

National Portrait Gallery), by Thomas Kearsley (at Southampton), by 
S. Drummond, R.A., by Dighton, and by De Wilde. The earliest portrait of 
Dibdin is in a picture of the first scene of ' The Maid of the Mill ' by J. I. 
Richards, R.A. (1765) ; Dibdin figures in the part of Ralph Devis's portrait 
Dibdin, Henry E. : for 1857 read 1852 

Dibdin, Thomas F. : after 1824 insert besides a royal chaplaincy (first to 
William IV and then to Queen Victoria) from 1831 till death 
for ' Biographical read ' Bibliographical 
Dick, Sir Robert H. : after division insert (He was appointed colonel of 73rd foot 

in 1845) 
Dickens, Charles : for Bass read Buss 
Dickinson, James : for sixty-five read sixty-three 

for Rutly's read Rutty's 
Dickinson, William : for Muskam read Muskham 

Dickson, Sir Alexander : for Macleod's death in 1838 read William Millar's death 
in 1838 
for and combined the offices read in the office 
for and read with which he combined that of 
after K.C.B. insert in 1825 ayid after K.C.H. insert in 1817 
for aide-de-camp to the queen read royal aide-de-camp (1825-1837) — first to 
George IV and ultimately to Queen Victoria 
Dickson, William G. : for 21 read 19 
Digby, Sir Everard : for elder read younger 

for younger read elder 
Digby, John, Ist Earl of Bristol : for 1054) read 1653) 

for 1053-4 read 1G52-3 
Digby, Sir Kenelm : for galeazzores read galeazzoes 
far the only one read the earliest one 

I for Higham read Highmore 

for Hartmann read Hartman 
Digby, Kobert: for 1815) read 1814) 

after 1759 insert He was M.P. for Wells (1757-61) and colonel of marines 
(1755-9) 

for 1815 read 1814 
Digges, Sir Dudley : after Company, insert He was M.P. for Tewkesbury in 1010 

and 1614. 
Digges, Dudley : for 1784 read 1684 

for 1074 read 1574 
Dighton, Denis : for St. Servant read St. Servan, in Brittany 
Dignum, Charles : fur 1872) read 1827) 
Dilke, Ashton W. : after his seat insert at the beginning of the session of 1888 

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78 i 88 Dilkes, Sir Thomas : for the following' M.utu read March next year 

ii 40 after whatever, insert He was M.i*. for Castle Martyr in the Irish House of 

Commons 1703-7. 

18 f.e, for he had read is said to have had 

15 f.e, for who was read But Charnock is wrong in assigning filial relationship 

with the admiral Sir Thomas Dilkes to Captain William Dilke, who always 
spelt his name without the s and is officially described as ' son of Brigadier 
Dilke ' (Commission and Warrant Book, 7 March 1711-2). Captain William 
Dilke was 
8-1 omit It may, however, be doubted . . , , Sir Thomas Dilkes 

f.e, 

79 i 1-6 omit always wrote his name . t , . the s ; and 

6 for the read The 

\%f.e. Dillenius, John J. : after professor, insert From the same year till 1747 he was 
foreign secretary to the Royal Society. 

83 i 12 Dillon, Sir James : before He was one insert He was M.P. for co. Westmeath from 

1639 till his expulsion in 1642 owing to his share in the rebellion. 

84 i 38 Dillon, Sir John T. : for in 1776 read in 1771 as member for Wicklow, and in 1776 

40 for the seat read the latter seat 

87 i 3 Dillon, Thomas, 4th Viscount Dillon : for Taffe read Taaffe 

90 i 1 Dillon, Sir William H. : for sixty read twenty and for two read one 

2 before men insert and sixty 

18 for red read blue a7id after 1853, insert and of the red in 1857, 

91 i 17 Dillwyn, Lewis W. : for 1841 read 1837 

92 ii 8/.e. Dimsdale, Thomas : /or member reacZ tory member 

93 i 6 for Essex read Hertfordshire 

90 ii 37 Dirom, Alexander : after [Scots Mag. Iv. 412). insert He became major-general in 
1809 and lieutenant-general in 1813. 

100 ii 23 Disney, John : after contested insert as a liberal 

101 i 2fe. Disney, William : for in 1807 read 28 March 1807 

ii 12 Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield : for 6 John Street read 6 King's Road 
(now 22 Theobald's Road) 
5/.(5. for in 1834 read in January 1835 

103 i 8-10 for Disraeli did not appear .... in due time read Disraeli pleaded guilty 

and 
11 after ment insert in the court of Queen's Bench 22 Oct. 1838 

16 before Sir John Campbell insert the attorney-general 

23-25 for and the future prime minister .... a fine of one shilling, read The 

attorney-general withdrew his prayer for judgment, and Lord Denman 
declared that the court, being satisfied with the apology, considered the 
business to be at an end. 

105 i 6 for Wetherall read Wetherell 

ii 6 f.e, after of a century, insert He had been elected M.P. for Buckinghamshire in 

1847. 

106 i 6 f.e. for November read December 

107 ii 13 for forty-five read over fifty 
118 i 24 for May read July 

118 i 2/.e D'Israeli, Isaac: after architect, insert The newly married couple settled for 

fifteen years at 6 King's Road, Bedford Row (now 22 Theobald's Road). 

119 i 84 /or 1848 rea^U847 

120 i 12/.<?. Diss, Walter: after for some time insert— before 26 April 1381 (see Cal. Pat. 

ItotuL Ric. II., i. 620)— 
122 ii 10 /.c. Dixie, Sir Wolstan : for 1573 read 1578-4 
124 ii 15 f.e. Dixon, James : for in 1871 read 28 Dec. 1871 
127 ii 35 Dixon, William H. : for Mapleton read Mappleton 

87-88 for was canon of Ripon .... decease read became 

89 after ton insert in 1825 and after York insert in 1831, canon of Ripon in 

1836, 
130 G/.e. Dixwell, John: after p. 849). insert He was again M.P. for Dover in the parlia- 

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130 ii 5/.<f. Dobbs, Arthur : /or 1727-60 rear? 1727-30 
182 ii 16 /.e. Dobbs, Francis : for 1799 read 1797 
135 i 10 Dobree, Peter P. : for * Choephori ' read • Choephoroe ' 
138 i 14 /.e. Dobson, William : /or 1862 reati 1866 
189 ii 2/.e. Dockwray, William: for [d. 1702?) read {d. 1716) 

140 i 1.1. after old age. insert He died 25 Sept 1716, * aged near 100 ' {Hist. Beg. 1716, 

p. 544). 
ii 6 add to authorities Delaune's Present State of London, 1681 

145 i 7-6 Dod, John: for daughcer of Dr. Nicholas Bound read sister of Dr. Nicholas 

fe. Bownde [q. v.] 

151 ii 89 Dodd, James S. : for the principal royal storeship read a ship of sixty-six guns 

155 ii 82 Dodd, William: /or Garlick" Hill, reacZ Garlickhythe, 

156 i 11 for nephew to Lord Chesterfield, read godson and heir to Lord Chesterfield. 

157 ii 6 Doddridge, Sir John: after Discourses), insert He was M.P. for Barnstaple in 

1588. 

165 ii 19 Dodds, James : for in 1885 read 3 Sept. 1885 

166 ii 21 Dodington, George B., Lord Melcombe : after Carlisle i7isert who was M.P. for 

Carhsle from 1689 to 1693 
life. after 1721, insert resigning the office in 1744, 

84 for 1842 read 1742 

18 Dodsley, Bobert : for 25 Dec. read 23 Sept. 

2 Dodson, Sir John : for He held the posts read From Feb. 1852 he held the post 
8-4 omit and dean .... February 1852 

5 for both these jurisdictions read this jurisdiction and after 1857 insert and 

the post of dean of the Arches Court till his death 
13 after 1857 insert and created Lord Monk Bretton in 1884 

178 i 2 Dodsworth, William : after became insert in 1829 
180 i 9 Dodwell, Henry (1641-1711) : after the effects of it insert on 7 June 
182 ii 10 fe. Dodwell, William: a/^er Cathedral irisert in 1748 

6/.e. after Berks insert in 1763 

186 i 25 Doherty, John : a/ier Dublin; insert irom July to December 1830 he was M.P. 

for Newport, Cornwall, 
189 i 20-19 Dolben, Sir Gilbert: for in almost every parliament .... 1707. read from 1689 
to 1698 and from 1700 to 1710, usually voting with the tories. 
for 1714 read 1713 
for in 1722 read 22 Oct. 1722 
Dolben, John (1625-1686) : for Sir Edward Nicholson read Sir Edward Nicholas 

for April read October 
Dolben, Sir John (1684-1756) : for Bishopsthorpe read Bishopthorpe 
Domett, Sir William : for in 1828 read 19 May 1828 
Dominis, Marco A. de : for (1617) read (May 1618) 
for an old man read fifty-eight 
20 fe. Domville, Silas : for 1664 read 1663 

Don, Sir George : for deputy read assistant 
for 1803 read 1805 

for death on 1 Jan. 1832. read retirement in April 1881, when he was trans- 
ferred to the governorship of Scarborough Castle. He died 1 Jan. 1832. 
He was colonel of the 7th West India Regiment 1799-1805. 
for 1828 read 1816 
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j Donald IV : for Bindhe read Buidhe 

for Fearchan II read Fearchar II 
for Cjiersden ? read Carriden 
for Stratljcaron read Strathcarron 
Donaldson, John W. : after father i^tsert Hay Donaldson 

for Janet McColl .... that town, read was Betty, daughter of John Can* 
dulu of Bnab Green, Arkholm, Lancashire. 
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Donaldson, John W. : after overwork, incerf By his first wife Donaldson had two 
sons and two daughters, and by hie necoud wife, Louisa, daughter of John 
Rawlins, he had three daughters. 
for poetry read philosophy 
Donaldson, Sir Stuart A. : after success, insert He wan a liberal and vainly con- 
tested Harwich in 1860. 
Donaldson, Thomas L. : for in 1864 read in 1863-4 
Donaldson, Walter: for Lamb read L'Amy 
Donkin, Sir Rufane S. : for afterwards read in 1889 
Donn, Benjamin : for He was there on 30 Nov. 1773 .... ten guineas a year. 

read A successor as librarian was appointed 27 March 1773. 
Donne, Sir Daniel : after courts, insert In 1601 he became M.P. for Taunton. 
Donne, John : for and when the case of the divorce .... never will be. read But 
there is no ground whatever for the statement that Donne took an active 
part as an advocate for the nullity of the marriage when the case of the 
divorce of the Countess of Essex from her husband came on ; the legal 
tractate by ' Dr. Donne ' in support of the nullity, which still exists in 
manuscript {Hist. MSS. Comm. 8th Rep. pt. iii. p. 22 6), was by Sir - 
Daniel Donne [q. v.], the dean of Arches, one of the commissioners for the 
trial of the divorce case. 
229 i 27 for Spanish Marriage^ i. 277 read Hist, of England, iii. 300 

ii 18 for installed read elected 

24 /.e. for Spanish Marriage, ii. 133 read Hist, of England, iv. 347 

16 f.e. for Edward read Edwin 

lOf.e. for i. 211 read iii. 161 

283 i 25 for Foster read Forster 

285 i 84 Donne, William B. : for till his death read till 1874. He died 

ii 18 f.e. Donovan, Edward : for 1798 read 1768 
288 ii 22-23 Dopping, Anthony : for These letters patent contained an unusual clause, read 

which directed, in accordance with the practice of the diocese, 
245 i 5 f.e. Dormer, James : /or was envoy rearZ was in June 1725 sent as envoy 
4 f.e. omit about 1727-8 

249 ii 23-19 Dormer, Sir Robert : for Next year he was elected for Banbury .... confirmed 

f.e. 13 March, read (It was John Dormer, not Sir Robert, who was elected for 

Banbury in 1780 on a double return.) 
18 f.e. for then read on 10 Dec. 1701 

250 i 22 /.e. Dornford, Joseph: /or college read university (1830-1) 

15 /.c. /or 1844 reafZ 1847 

14 f.e. for an honorary canon read prebendary 

254 i n f.e. Doubleday, Edward: for He also wrote read It was his brother Henry Double- 
day [q. v.] who wrote 

258 i 11 f.e. Donghtie, John : for in 1672, read on 25 Dec. 1672, 

259 i 86 Douglas, Alexander H., 10th Duke of Hamilton: for 1803 read 1802 

281 i 19 f.e. Douglas, Archibald {fl. 1568) : after married insert in 1577 

285 i 7 > 

jj j^ ^ Douglas, Archibald, Earl of Ormonde : for Ormonde read Ormond 

288 ii 21 Douglas, Charles, 3rd Duke of Queensberry : for the second duke read James 
Douglas, second duke (1062-1711) [q. v.j 

800 i 21-22 Douglas, Sir Howard : for In 1823 he was appointed read From 1828 to 1831 he 

was 
ii 20 for 1846 read 1847 

801 i 10 for 1814 read 1815 

11 for 1821 read 1840 

15 after G.C.M.G. insert in 1835 

822 ii 24 Douglas, Lord James (1617-1645) : /or James reafZ /o/w 
828 ii 22 /.c. Douglas, James, 4th Duke of Hamilton: for On the conclusion read Before the 

conclusion 
881 ii 85 Douglas, James, 14th Earl of Morton : for Home read Hume 
832 i 2-1/c. Douglas, Sir James (1703-1787) : for for many years read from 1764 to 1768 
884 i 19-18 Douglas, Sir James D. : for was appointed quartermaster-general in Scotland, read 
/•«. was deputy quartermaster-general in Scotland from 1815 to 1822 and in 

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834 i 16/.<?. Douglas, Sir James D. : for 1825, read 1880, 

15-14 for which he held till 1880, when he read, In 1887 he 

f.e. 

Vlf.e, for 1888, when he read 1842. He 

11 f.e. after lieutenant-general insert in 1838 

10 /.e. for 1846. read 1860. and after colonel insert of 98rd foot in 1840, and 

9 f.e. for 1836, read 1850, 

838 ii 35 Douglas, John (1721-1807): after 1820. add A manuscript autobiography is in the 

British Museum. 
840 i If.e. Douglas, Lady Margaret, Countess of Lennox : for 1557 read 1537 
845 i 47-48 Douglas, Sir Neil : ovxit in which year .... major-general, 

18 /.e. after promoted insert major-general in June 1888, 

346 i 25 Douglas, Kobert, Viscount Belhaven : after Primrose, insert the baseless fiction 
349 i 16 Douglas, Sylvester, Baron Glenbervie : for and read he had 

17 for but was again read on the formation of ' All the Talents ' ministry in the 

previous February, but was reappointed 

18 omit appointed surveyor-general 

867 ii 11 Douglas, William, 1st Earl of Douglas: for of Sir William Douglas read to Sir 

William Douglas 
858 i 18-22 omit whose name of the ' Flower of Chivalry ' . . , . the Hermitage. 

28-24 07}iit the death of Moray and 

25 for the joint causes read one of the causes 

861 i 19 f.e. Douglas, William, 2nd Earl of Angus : for 1436, read 1435, 

17 f.e. for John read Kobert and for 10 Sept. read 30 Sept. 

869 i 35 Douglas, William, 1st Marquis of Douglas : after vassals, insert as to their right 
372 ii 8-9 Douglas, William, 1st Duke of Queensberry : for the double treasure of Scotland 

7'ead the treasurership of Scotland 
878 ii 28 Douglas, William, 4th Duke of Queensberry: after re-elected insert serving 
until 1790 
31 for 1767 March read August 1766 the earl of March 

875 i 12 f.e. Douglas, William A. A. A., 11th Duke of Hamilton: for the Duke read the 
Grand Duke 
1.1 for 1848, read 1869, 

Dove, Henry : for nonjuror read high churchman 
19 f.e. Dover, Captain Robert : after verses iyisert (by D'Avenant and printed in modern 
reprints) 
after 1636 ' insert (reprinted by Dr. Thomas Dover, 1700, by Dr. Grosart 

1877, and by Mr. Vyvyan 1878) 
for Barkfield's read Barksdale's 
for no allusion read slight allusion 
for about 1644, read under the Commonwealth, 
omit a short time only 

after Charles II insert and to continue till 1852 
Dover, Thomas : for Guaaquil read Guayaquil 
Dowdeswell, William : for Lyttelton, read George Grenville, 
Downe, John : for but it is extremely doubtful .... be correctly identified, read 
but it is certain that in this instance Cole is referring to an incident in the life 
of John Donne, dean of St. Paul's. 
Downes, John : for in 1041-2, read on 20 Dec. 1641, 

Downes, William, 1st Baron Downes : after Donegal, insert to which he was 
elected in 1790, 

ii 83 Downham, George : after his time, insert He was made prebendary of Chester 
1594, of St. Paul's 1598, and of Wells 1615. 
897 ii 82 Downham, William: before he was appointed insert was made avchdeacon of 

Brecknock in 1559 ; 
899 ii hi. Downing, Sir Oeorge (1628 ?-1684) : before Howard, insert He had been elected 
M. P. for Carlisle in the parliament of 1659 and for Norfolk in the first 
parliament of Charles II. 

400 i 20 fur 1565 read 1065 

401 i 85-36 for In ITebruary 1682-3 he was removed from his read Despite the rumour 

to the contrary reported by Luttrell, he seems to have remained until his 
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402 i l.l. Downman, Hugh : for Cyrus read Gyres 

403 i 4 Downman, John: for {d. 1824), read (1750-1824), 

20-21 for He was the father of Sir Edwin Downman. read He also left two sons, 

and was uncle to Sir Thomas Downman [q. v.] 
89 for Elizabeth read Charlotte 

ii 8 Downman, Sir Thomas : after lieutenant-general, insert nephew of John Down- 
man [q. v.], 

404 i 24-25 for in which year he was also made a C.B. 7'ead being made a C.B. next 

year 
28 for in 1838, read in Jan. 1887, and lieutenant-general in Nov. 1846, 

81 after 1843, insert was director-general of artillery in 1843-4, 

83-34 o?ni^ was promoted .... 1851, and 

409 ii 21 Doyle, Sir Charles H. : after affair, insert He was lieutenant-governor of New 

Brunswick 1866-7. 
413 i 22 Doyle, Sir John: after ii. 117). insert He was present at the operations at Quiberon 
and Isle Dieu in 1795 
ii 16 after governor, insert He was M.P. for Newport (I. of W.) 1806-7, 

22 for 1812 read 1813 

23 after Charlemont insert in 1818 

14 f.e, after 1793 insert He was colonel of the 53rd foot from 1796 till death 

419 i 12 /.e. D'Oyly, George: a/^er 1811. iwser^ He was proctor in 1808. 

440 ii 5-10 Drake, Sir Francis : for an anonymous poet .... not sufficient room, read the 
epitaph suggested by Richard Barnfield (Address prefixed to the Encomion of 
Lady Pecunia, 1598) — 

England his hart, his corps the waters have, 
And that which raysd his fame, became his grave. 
449 ii if.e. Drake, Samuel {d. 1673) : /or prebend read prebendary 



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Draper, Edward A. : for the commissioners of inquiry .... Colonel Joseph read 
the fellow commissioners with Pictonfor the administration of Trinidad. Colonel 
William 

Draper, Sir William: for 860 read 869 
omit under the Rev. Mr. Bryant 

for He was appointed lieutenant-governor read In 1761 he had been appointed 
governor 
n f.e. Drayton, Michael : for unstained read unstayed 

for Cathedral read Abbey 
Drammond, Annabella : for 1897 read 1367 

for Walter, earl of Fife read Robert, earl of Fife 
Drummond, George : for His father .... was educated, read His father, George 
Drummond, was first master of the Edinburgh Merchants' Hall in 1681. 

for 1715 read 1723 

for the same year read 1715 

after (Gbant, i. 865). insert He was a commissioner of excise for a first time 
1725-7. 

for the abolition read his surrender 

for appointment read reappointment 
Drummond, Sir Gordon : for 1824 read 1823 

after 1819, insert of the 7l8t in 1824 and of the 49th in 1829, 

after transferred insert in 1846 

for 1837 read 1827 
Drummond, James, 1st titular Duke of Perth : for March read May 
Drummond, John, Ist Lord Drummond : for 1684 read 1484 
Drummond, Robert H. : for earl read viscount 

Drummond, William( 1585-1049) : for He married about 1614 read About 1614 he 
fell deeply in iove with 

for His wife died within the year, read A marriage was arranged, but before 
it could take place the lady died, in 1015. 

for he married a second wife, read at length he married. His wife was 
Drummond, Sir William : omit two 

for ments, those of 1796 and 1801 read ment, 1796-1802 
Drury, Sir Dru : for constable read lieutenant 
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42 /or 1846 r^7f/ 1845 

84 ii 5 Ducarel, Andrew C. : for Herring read Seeker 

7 for Terring nad Tarring 

91 i 18 /.f. Duckett, George : for 1722 read 1722-3 

95 ii 87 Duckworth, Sir John T. : after 1810. insert He was colonel of marines 1797 to 

1801, and M.P. for Romsey from 1812 till death. 
97 ii 20 /.e. Dudley, Ambrose, Earl of Warwick: for fourth son read third son 

ISf.e. for 15U read 1547 

99 i 20 /.e. Dudley, Dud: for 1611 read 1612 

ii 13 for In 1619 read On 22 Feb. 1621-2 

15 for thirty-one read fourteen 

27-28 for an extension of the patent for fourteen years read a special exemption 

of his patent from the statute of monopolies 
10f.e. for In 1030 Dudley read On 2 May 1638 Dudley, together with Sir George 

Horsey, David Ramsay, and Roger Foulke 
8-4 for a new patent ' not only .... pit-coal and peat.' read a new patent for 

f.e. twenty-one years ' for the sole making of iron into any sort of cast-works 

with sea or pit coals, peat, or turf, and with the same to make the said iron 
into plate works or bars, and likewise to refine ail sorts of metals.' 

102 i 27 Dudley, Edmund : for Dudley's widow read Edmund Dudley's widow 

103 ii 29 Dudley, Sir Henry B. : for 1817 read June 1815 

107 i 29 Dudley, Lady Jane : for ' Zurich Letters ' read * Original Letters * 
109 ii 32 Dudley, John, Duke of Northumberland: for Lord Thomas Seymour read 
Thomas, Lord Seymour 
37 after conduct, insert From 1548 to 1550 he was president of "Wales. 

Ill i 16 f.e. omit Sir 

4 f.e. for the fifth son read a younger son 

Sf.e. for in 1555 read on 10 Aug. 1557 

120 i 27 Dudley, Eobert, Earl of Leicester : for tomb read church 

122 i 11 Dudley, Sir Robert, styled Duke of Northumberland : for 1573 read 1574 

15 after Effingham, insert He was bom at Sheen House, in Surrey, 7 Aug. 

1574. 
20-21 for in May 1573, two days before his own birth at Sheen, read in the winter 

of 1573 
10-9 omit kept by Owen Robin 

f.e. 

8f.e. for 1587 read 1588 

2f.e. for in 1589 read on 20 Feb. 1589-90 

ii 49 for 1605 read 1603 and after Dudley insert who 

50 otnit and 

52 for a month or so later read in July 1605 

123 ii 2 for Carbello Castle read Villa Castello 

8 for Carbello read Villa Castello 
LI. after Tyburn i7isert 17 March 1718 

124 i 13 for (UiOO). read (1600); this was reprinted, with an admirable preface by 

Mr. G. F. Warner, for the Hakluyt Society, 1899. 
ii 18 after years) ; insert J. Temple-Leader's Life of Sir Robert Dudley, Florence, 

1895; 
8/.C. Dudley, William: after 1406, i7isert prebendary of Apthorp (1466) and of Stilling- 

ton (1470) in York Cathedral, 
l.l. after 1473, insert was canon of Windsor 1471, 

129 i 41 Duff, James, 2nd Earl of Fife : for Scotch read Irish 

ii 4 Duff, Sir James : fur liu was promoted read Ho was M.P. for Bajiflshire 1784-9, 
was colonel uf the 50th foot from 1798 till death, and was promoted 
M2 i 20 Duffet, Thomas : for Dryden afterwards wrote : read Sir William Soames in his 
vemion of ' Boyleau's Art uf Poetry,' published in 1083 (reissued as 
' revised by Dryden iu 1710 '), wrote ; 
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134 i 10-12 Dugard, William : /or and his peace made with parliament .... upon his death- 
bed, read In 1694 Dr. Gill and Francis Bernard reported that Henry- 
Hills told them many years before, 
17 after ' Eikonoklastes.' insert (Wagstaffe's Vindication of King Charles^ 

1711, p. 117). Lauder revived the improbable tale in his ' Charles I Vindi- 
cated from Plagiarism,' 1754 (pp. 19, 27, 31). 
for saved him formerly .... life read previously done him like service 
Dugdale, Sir William : after Windsor herald insert Oct. 1676 
Duigenan, Patrick : for 1785 read 1790 
for 1790 read 1791 

after Armagh insert in 1798, and was returned by the same constituency 
omit the catholic 
Duke, Richard : for (1659 ? read (1658 
Dunbar, Agnes, Countess of Dunbar and March : for March read second Earl of 

March 
Dunbar, George : for Coddingham read Coldingham 

Duncan, John (1796-1870) :/o?'the Secession read the Anti-burgher Secession 
Duncan, Jonathan (1756-1811) : for in 1795 read 12 Nov. 1794 
Dunch, Edmund : after 1708 insert He was deprived of the office in 1710 
Duncombe, Sir Charles : after before that date, insert He was alderman of Broad 
Street ward 1683-6. 
7 before Under Charles II insert Duncombe was one of the six clerks in 

chancery 1682-3. From 1685 to 1687 he was M.P. for Hedon, in Yorkshire. 
24 for that constituency read after being M.P. for Yarmouth (I. of W.) 1690-5, 

Downton 
28 after London insert which he contested unsuccessfully in 1700-1, 1701, and 

1702, 
for five years (1703-8) read less than a year (April 1703 to 29 Feb. 1703-4) 
Duncombe, Thomas S. : for 1821 read 1820 

l for Havre read Ham 

Dundas, Charles, Baron Amesbury : for 1774 read 1775 
Dundas, Sir David (1735-1820) : for 1797 read 1820 
for 1804 read 1803 

after York, insert He was colonel in chief of the rifle brigade, 1809 till 
death. 
Dundas, Sir David (1799-1877) : for in the following April read on 17 Feb. 

for April read March 
Dundas, Francis : for In 1795 read He was A.D.C. to the king from 1793 till he 
was made major-general in 1795. In Oct. 1794 
for Young read Yonge [q. v.] 
for After the 94th . . . . 'in 1818 read In 1809 
for 1787 read 1817 

191 i 23 /.e. Dundas, Henry, 3rd Viscount Melville: after 1829. iiisert He was M.P. for 
Rochester 1826-30 and Winchelsea 1830-1. 
ii 7 after 1860 insert was colonel of the 100th foot 1858-62 and of the 32nd foot 

1862-3, and was 
Dundas, Sir James, 1st Lord Arniston : omit first 

Dundas, Sir James W. D. : after Durham, insert He was clerk of the ordnance 
1838-41, and was M.P. for Greenwich 1832-4, for Devizes 1836-8, and for 
Greenwich again 1841-52. 
for in 1846 read from 1846 till 1852 
Dundas, Robert, 2nd Lord Arniston : omit second 

Dundas, Robert, of Arniston (1685-1753) : for of Arniston read Lord Arniston 
Dundas, Robert, of Arniston (1713-1787) : for of Arniston read Lord Arniston 
for Sir Hay Campbell read Alan Wight 
for 1796 read 1801 
82 for 1796 read 1799 

4 f.e. Dundas, Robert S., 2nd Viscount Melville : for just of age read twenty-three 
years old 
196 20 f.e. Dundas, Thomas : after 68th foot insert (appointed May 1794) 

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197 i 84 Dundas, William : after M.P. for the imert Crail boroughs in 1794 ; he was 
elected for the 
17 /.e. for CuUen read Inverary, Elgin, Banff, Cullen, Kintore district of burghs 

15 /.c. hefore On 26 March imert He was a lord of the admiralty from 1812 to 1814 

7/.C. for seven read twenty-six 

900 i 1 Dunk, George M., 2nd Earl of Halifax : for twice resigned (in June read resigned 
in June 
2 omit and again in June 1757), and and both 

8 omit occasions and of his resignation was 

22 /.c. after state insert for the North 

19 f.e. for secretaryship continued in read the secretaryship for the South passed 

into 
206 i 18 /.e. Dunlop, James {d. 1882) : for 1817 read 1814 
10 /.e. /or 1813 reat? 1812 

7 f.e. for His grandson, the late Sir James read His son John 

208 ii 18-17 Dunlop, John C. : for is announced by Messrs. George Bell & Sons, read was pub- 

f.e. lished under Mr. H. Wilson's editorship in 1888. 

216 ii 11 f.e. Duns, Joannes Scotus : for It bears the inscription read An inscription on a 

wooden tablet is said to have run 
221 i 40 Dunstable, John: a/<er music, insert Other musical compositions by him are now 
in the Imperial Library at Vienna, in the Biblioteca Estense at Modena, in 
libraries at Rome, Bologna, and Dijon (cf. Times, 21 Feb. 1898). 
283 ii 10 Dunthorn, William : for {d. 1489) read (d. 1490) 
289 ii 21 Duport, James : after stall and insert resigning 

22 after deaconry insert (1641) 

240 i 82 for died read was buried 

38 omit and was buried 

242 i 28 Duppa, Brian : for 1629 read 1628 
ii 4 f.e. /or 16 March reacZ 26 March 

248 i 2 f.e. Duppa, Richard : after political character ' insert (i.e. Richard Glover, 1712-1785 

[q- v.] ) 

246 i 81 Durand, Sir Henry M. : for Polhampton read Polehampton 
248 i 8 f.e. Duras, Louis, Earl of Feversham : for In the same year read From 1685 to 1689 
he was colonel of the Ist troop of horse guards. In 1686 
Sf.e. after {ib. i. 476). insert In 1688-9 he was lord-lieutenant of Kent. 

250 i 17 D' Urban, Sir Benjamin: /or and in 1821 read in 1820 he was made governor of 
Antigua and in 1824 
18-20 for British Guiana, whence he was transferred .... in 1825. read Demerara 

and Essequibo. These settlements were combined in 1881 with Berbice 
to form the colony of British Guiana, of which D'Urban was then appointed 
first governor. 
28 for lieutenant-governor read gorernor 

24 omit of the eastern district 

27 after 1887 insert when he was succeeded at the Cape by Major-General (Sir) 

George T. Napier 
28-81 omit and in 1842 appointed .... Napier, K.C.B. 

89-40 omit which he did after some opposition in 1848. 

ii 11 f.e. Durel, John : before On the death of Earle insert for translation into Latin 
257 ii 17 /.c. Durham, Sir Philip C. H. C. : after G.C.B. insert He was elected tory M.P. for 
Queenborough in 1880 and for Devizes in 1884. 

261 ii 10 f.e. Durie, John : for Wetteran read Wetterau 

10-9 for Heilebron read Heilbronn 

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262 i 6 for council read counsel 

82 for Hildcrsheim read Hildesheim 

272 i 4 Duval, Claude : after 1069-70 insert cf. art. * Morton, Sir William ' 

276 i 82 Dwnn, Lewys : for usual read accepted 

277 ii 29 Dwyer, Michael : after G rattan insert erroneously 

88-84 for according to Robs read Robs is correct in stating that 

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281 ii 17 Dyce-Sombre, David 0. : for grandfather read great-grandfather 

aSo i 42-43 Dyer, George : omit who had entered .... was a Grecian.' 

ii 6 /.e. after Watts, insert Another portrait is in the Fitzwilliam Museum at Cam- 

bridge. 
287 i 85 Dyer, Sir James : for king's bench read common pleas 

ii 20 Dyer, John : for Calthorp read Catthorpe 
313 i 51-52 Eagles, Thomas : for For the last few years of his life read From 1809 till death 
816 ii 9 Eardley, Sir Calling E. : for Edward Denison read Edmund Beckett 

15 f.e. for president read treasurer 

818 ii 27 Earle, Giles: /or 1771 reacZ 1774 
820 i 6 Earle, Jabez : hefore Samuel Morton Savage insert John Allan, M.D. (1749-59), 

ii 7 for iii. 508, &c. read ii. 225, iii. 508 

321 ii 3/.e. Earle, John (1601 ?-1665) : for 1642-3 read 1643-4 

322 i 85 after Westminster insert June 1660 
823 ii 89 Earle, William : for 1887 read 1885 

825 ii 21 East, Sir Edward H. : for 1823-30 read 1823-31 

826 i 12 East, Sir James B. : for liberal read conservative 

18 for 1830 read 1831 

829 ii 11 f.e. Easthope, Sir John : for Jan. read June 
9 f.e. for 1837 read 1835 

7 f.e. for of Lewes, he then sat read of Southampton and afterwards that of Lewes ; 

he was elected in 1837 
5 f.e. after 1847 insert when he contested Bridgnorth unsuccessfully 

832 ii 2f.e. Eastlake, Sir Charles L. : for 14 Dec. read 24 Dec. 
844 ii 39 Eborard: for 1230 read 1130 
848 ii 10f.e. Eccles, John : for 1704 read 1700 

857 ii 22 Eden, George, Earl of Auckland : after 1809 insert and was under-teller of the 
exchequer from 1809 till 1812 

23 for Elliot read Eden 

24 for 19 Jan. read 24 Feb. 

27 after 1812 insert when he was defeated at Oxford 

82 for severed himself from the tory party read supported Addington 

88 for The read But the and omit thus 

n f.e. after mint, insert He was also commissioner of Greenwich Hospital, 1829-84. 

360 i 12 f.e. Eden, Eobert : for Perrot read Terrot 

,p \ for Langley read Longley 

361 ii 41 Eden, Bobert J., 3rd Baron Auckland : for ' A Letter read ' A Eeply to a Letter 

44-45 omit with his Lordship's Reply 

362 ii 12 f.e. Eden, William, 1st Lord Auckland : for selected as one of the first lords of read 

appointed in 1776 to fill a vacancy in 
11-9 for when that board .... British trade. In that year read He was re- 

f.e, elected for Woodstock on taking office. In the same year 

2-1 omit was re-elected for Woodstock, and in the year 

f.e. 

363 i 8 after 1780 insert during which year he was re-elected for Woodstock, 

22-24 for — when Lord Shelburne .... chancellor of the exchequer — read — when 

the Duke of Portland became prime minister in the coalition ministry of 

Fox and Lord North — 
20-30 for He attached himself closely .... of the Shelburne ministry before the 

coalition read He went out of office on the dismissal of the coalition 

ministry 
83-85 for and with Pitt's return .... He was again made a lord of the read In 

Dec. 178.i he accepted office under Pitt, and thus began the most important 

period of his career, though the opposition ridiculed hia tergiversation. 

He was now made a member of the newly established 
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863 ii 20 Eden, William, Ist Lord Auckland : for Nov. read Sept. 

8C4 i 9-13 for and resigned witli his friend .... He refused to join Pitt's read When 

Pitt resigned in 1801 on the king's refusal to consent to the emancipation 
of the Irish catholics, Auckland retained his office of joint postmaster- 
general throughout Addington's administration, and resigned with Adding- 
ton in 1804. Pitt excluded him from his 
1(>-17 for it was said for personal reasons. Her^arZ He joined Grenville's ministry 

of All the Talents as president of the Board of Trade (Feb. 1806-March 
1807). Thenceforth he 
21 for 24 Feb. read 10 Jan. 

871 i 85 Edgar (1072-1107) : omit and Freeman's 

86 after England ; insert Freeman's Norman Conquest ; 

875 i 8 I Edgcumbe, George, Ist Earl of Mount-Edgcumbe : for Mount-Edgcumbe read 
16 f.e. I Edgcumbe 

17 after commerce, insert From 1746 to 1761 he was M.P, for Fowey. 

13 /.e. after admiral ; insert was treasurer of the household 1765-6, 

ii 6 for his death on 4 Feb. 1795 read in 1793 

8 after Mount-Edgcumbe. insert He died on 4 Feb. 1795. 

21 Edgcumbe, Sir Eichard {d. 1489) : after Edgcumbe insert or 

877 i 9 Edgcumbe, Sir Eichard (1499-1562) : for Courtenay's read Courtney's 

27 Edgcumbe, Eichard, 1st Baron Edgcumbe : for 1702 read Dec. 1701 

28 for the same year read July 1702 

29 for for which borough he sat until his elevation to the peerage read for which 

borough he sat until 1734, when he was returned for both that constituency 
and for Lostwithiel. He chose to serve for Lostwithiel, but was re-elected 
for Plympton in 1741, and remained M.P. for that place till his elevation to 
the peerage next year 
7 f.e. after public expense, insert He was made major-general in Feb. 1755. 

ii 19 Edgcumbe, Eichard, 2nd Baron Edgcumbe : after borough of insert Plympton 
from 1742 to 1747 and of 
26-29 for In 1756 he was raised to the peerage read In 1758 he succeeded as second 

baron 
882 i 83 Edgeworth, Maria: for 1841 read 1846 
ii 25 after 1834 insert 18. ' Orlandino ' 

82 for Helena read Helen 

884 ii 18 /.e. Edgeworth, Eichard Lovell: a/<er Irish parliament i7wer< for St. Johnstown, co. 

Longford (1798-1800) 

885 i 16 /.e. /or Stirling rea^ Sterling 

12 f.e. for Ysidor read Ysidro 

386 ii 17 f.e. Edington, William of : for nescitur read nascitur 

3^7 i 14 for at Edington. read in his cathedral south of the choir steps, in a chantry 

where his effigy can be seen on an altar tomb with a long Latin inscription. 
His will (in Latin), dated 11 Sept. 1866, is printed in Wiltshire ' Notes and 
Queries.' 
869 i 18-12 Edlin, Eichard : for {d. 1677) astrologer read (1681-1677) astrologer, bom 29 Sept. 
f.e. 1681 (Sloane MS. 1120, f. 2) 

ii 28-24 for in January read 19 Feb. 

27 Edmond, : for Edmond (16th cent.) read Edmonds, Sir Williabi 

(d. 1606) 
28-29 omit towards the close of the sixteenth century 

80 after baker insert of Edinburgh, according to Peacham's ' Compleat Gentle- 

man ' (1634, p. 5) 
85 for Having won .... returned to Scotland, and read He was in command 

of a regiment of Scotch foot which was cut to pieces at Leffingen 1 July 
1600. He was killed during the defence of Rhiuebeig, 3 Sept. I(i0(). While 
on a visit to Scotland he had 
89 '41 omit The date of his death .... Earl of Mar 

12f.e. after p. 44 insert Dalton's Sir Edward Cecil, i. 47, 188 

892 ii 21 f.e. Edmondes, Sir Thomas : for Henry read John 

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1 f.e. for died at Paris 81 Dec. read was dead on 23 Nov. 

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83 ^ Edmondson, George : for Ackworth read Acworth 
38 ) 

399 ii 12 Edmondstone, Neil B.: after Dumbartonshire insert 1761-80 and 1790-6 

13 for 1761 to 1796 read 1780 to 1790 

408 ii 3 Edmund (Rich), Saint: /or Count reo-fZ Earl 

4 10 i 19 f.e. Edmund of Woodstock, Earl of Kent : for 1329) read 1330) 

411 ii 17 for 1329 read 1328-9 

IQfe. after 13 March insert 1329-30 

412 i 22 /.e. /or (1309-1349) rea^ (^. 1349) 
ii 33 Edmunds, John : for 1817 read 1517 

84 after 1519. insert He was prebendary of St. Paul's 1510-17 and chancellor 

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5 ii 20 Edward the Elder : for Einsiedlen read Einsiedeln 
7 i 32 Edward the Confessor : for Wiltshire read Dorset 
10 ii 18-27 Edward I: Note.— Edward Fs attack on Gloitcester belongs to next year's 

campaign—that of 126i 
17 i 22 for Lewis XI read Lewis IX 

25 i 17 for attacked read attacking 

ii 20 for Newyn read Nevin 

34 i 38 for Cottenham read Cottingham 

48 i 24-25 Edward II : for she was dead in 1357 read she died 14 Aug. 1862 
69 ii 38 Edward III : for Pedro of Aragon read Alfonso of Castile 
75 ii 14 /.e. Edward IV : for Sir William Conyers read [See Robin of Redesdale] 
85 ii 15 /.e. Edward VI : for duke of Norfolk read duke of Suffolk 
87 i 14 for April 1551 read Jan. 1550-1 

90 i 26 for some read most 

100 ii 5 Edward the Black Prince : for Wittlesey read Whittlesey 
108 i 7 f.e. Edwardes, Sir Herbert B. : for 1843 read 1848 
110 ii 2-3 for knighthood . . . order of the Bath read K.C.B. (1860) 

16 after of men.' insert He was made C.S.I, in 1866. 

112 i n f.e. Edwards, Bryan : for 1794 read 1795 

16 f.e. before the son of insert (Sir George Henry Rose [q. v.]) 

ii 8 for Maria read Martha 

113 i 16-15 for ' Poems,* printed .... about 1794. read ' Poems, written chiefly in the 

f.e. West Indies ' printed anonymously at Kingston in 1792 ; the book is now 

very rare. A copy corrected by the author is in the library of the Royal 
Colonial Institute. 
117 i 10 Edwards, Edward (1812-1886) : after exists, insert In 1883 he completed a calendar 
of the Carte Historical Papers in the Bodleian Library, which is still in MS. 
Edwards, John (/Z, 1638) : for 1038 read 1686 

I Edwin, Sir Humphrey : for Llanmihangel read Llanvihangel 

ornit but in March 1690 .... chosen in their places 
24-25 for the following year 7-ead 1691 

142 i 20 f.e. Egan, John: omMor some years 

19 f.e. after borough insert of Ballynakill (1789-90) and 

laf.e. after ford insert (1790-1800) 

158 i nf.e. Egerton, Francis, last Duke of Bridgewater : for Edward Egerton read John 

William Egerton 
154 i 14 Egerton, Francis, Earl of Ellesmere : after was insert first president of the 
Camden Society in 1838, and 
18 after 1854-5. insert He was lord-lieutenant of Lancashire from 1856 till bis 

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156 i U Egerton, John, Ist Earl of Bridgewater : after Flintshire, insert He was M.P. 
for Callington in 1597. 
1 f.e, after lOiiS hisert when an elaborate series of instructions was signed by 

Charles I at Theobald's (Rymeb, Foedera, xix. 419-65) 
3-1 f.e. omit where an elaborate series .... xix. 449-65) 

156 ii 8/.e. Egerton, John, 2nd Earl of Bridgwater : for Bridgwater read Bridgewater 

157 ii 20 after suggestion, insert He was made lord-lieutenant of Buckinghamshire in 

1660, of Lancashire and Cheshire in 1670, and Hertfordshire in 1681. 

161 i 22 Egerton, Sir Thomas, Baron EUesmere : after 1592. insert He was M.P. for 

Cheshire in 1584 and 1586. 

162 ii n f.e. after his household, insert He was lord-lieutenant of Buckinghamshire 

1607-16. 
170 i 9 Elder, Charles : after portrait painter, insert He was son of Joseph Elder of the 
ordnance office at the Tower, and went to St. Paul's School in 1884. 
Elder, John (1824-1869) : after forty-five i7isert (17 Sept.) 
Eleanor, Queen of France and Queen of England : for Montaign read Mortaign 

for her son read her son Richard 
Eleanor of Provence : for Eleanor's sister read her sister 

Elford, Sir William : for 1833 ; M.P. read 1883. In pohtics he was a tory, he was 
M.P. 
omit He also represented Westbury for some time. 
before who insert (M.P. for Westbury for a few months in 1820) 
Eliot, Edward, Lord Eliot : for 1775 read 1774, for St. Germans again 1774-5 
for In 1771 he was appointed read From 1751 to his death he was 
for 1781 read 1780 
Eliot, Edward G., 3rd Earl of St. Germans : after 1827 insert and he retained 
the office under Goderich and Wellington until 1830 
for a modest whig read a conservative 
after the household insert 1857-8 and 1859-66 

after family matters, insert He was made C.B. in 1848 and G.C.B. in 1857. 
for M.P. read liberal M.P. 
Eliot, Francis P. : for at the time read from 1806 to the time 
07nit and for many years previously 
23 f.e. Eliot, Sir John: after St. Germans insej't in the Short parliament of 1640, as 
well as 
Eliot, John : for Tangiers read Tangier 
Eliott, Sir Daniel : for When read After 

omit receive the second class, and he and for became read become 
ii 4 Eliott, George A., Lord Heathfield : for 1755 read 1756 

21 after water, insert He was promoted major-general in June 1759 and 

lieutenant-general in 1765. 
28-24 oinit and was promoted .... following year 

80 for and when he read He 

32 omit he was promoted lieutenant-general 

190 i 20 f.e. for 25th light dragoons read 29th light dragoons 1795-7 

19 /.e. after goons itisert 1797-1810 and after guards 1810 till death 

208 i 22 /.e. Elizabeth, Queen of England : for duke of Suffolk read duke of Somerset 
ii 14/.«. for Francis, earl Russell read Francis Russell, earl of Bedford 

209 i 88-84 for At the eleventh hour .... gave way. read The ceremony was, however, 

performed by Owen Oglethorpe [q. v.], bishop of Carlisle. 
227 i IS f.e. for MoKH read MoKvm 

282 i 20-21 Elizabeth, Princess (1685-1650) : for non-subscribers to the covenant read persons 

ill-di8ix)8C'd to the puritans 
242 ii 5-4 Ellacombe, Henry T. : for in 1790 read 15 May 1790 
f.e. 

248 i 5f.e. EUerker, Sir Ealph: /or Stytnam r^arZ Stittenham 

ii ^ for Cotingliam read Cottingham 

244 i 10 Ellerton, Edward : after the same college insert was proctor in 1804, 

245 ii 21 f.e. Elley, Sir John : after Waterloo insert (where ho was again wouuded) 

lif.e. for 1820 read 1820 

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for Torr-na-Cairidh o-eail Tor-na-Cairidh 
Ellice, Edward (1810-1880) : for 1881 read 1885 

for in 1836 o-ead at a by-election in 1887 
EUicombe, Sir Charles G. : after general msert (in 1861) 
after engineers insert (in 1856) 
20 /.e. Elliot, Sir Charles : for 1887 read June 1836 

Elliot, Sir George : before He was insert He was naval aide-de-camp to tlie king 
1880-7, and was M.P. for Roxburghshire from 1832 to 1835, when he was 
defeated. 

27 for December 1834 read 29 Nov. 1830 

28 for April 1835 read December 1834 
37 for He had no further service but read He was commander at the Nore 

1818-51 and 
after 1853 ; insert he was transferred to the reserve half-pay list in 1855; 
for Osgodvie read Osgodby 
•253 ii 86 Elliot, Sir Gilbert (1722-1777) : for 1754 read 1753 

for in 1762 read was a lord of the treasury 1761-2, was 
after chambers insert 1762-70 
for in 1770 read from 1770 till death 
255 i 30 Elliot, Sir Gilbert, 1st Earl of Minto : after Morpeth insert and from 1777 to 
1784 sat for Roxburghshire 
for lost his seat read failed to gain a seat 
for Lord Portland read the Duke of Portland 
257 ii n f.e. Elliot, Gilbert, 2nd Earl of Minto : for till March 1814, when read till next year 

He was M.P. for Roxburghshire from 1812 till March 1814, when 
259 ii 83 Elliot, Hugh : after Abbey iiisert He was twice married, first in 1780 to Louisa 
von Kraut, of Berlin, whom he divorced and by whom he had a daughter, and 
secondly to Margaret Lewis (1770-1819), by whom he had five sons and three 
daughters. 
262 i 17 f.e. Elliot, John {d. 1808) : before From 1786 insert He was whig M.P. for Cocker- 
mouth 1767-8, and colonel of marines 1779-87. 

14 f.e. for 21 Feb. read 21 Sept. 

264 ii 20f.e. Elliotson, John : for in 1791 read 29 Oct. 1791 

270 i 16 Elliott, Henry V. : for Powell Buxton read North Buxton 

15 f.e. for some of her religious poems are read one of her religious poems is 
ii 4 Elliott, John : for {fl. 1690) read [d. 1691) 

19-18 for Elliott's name .... 1693. read Letters of administration were granted 

f.e, to his widow Elizabeth 26 Aug. 1691. He was there described as of 

St. Martin's in the Fields. 

271 i 15-16 Elliott, Sir John : for He lived in Great Marlborough Street, London, read (Sir 

John must be distinguished from John Elliott, M.D. (1747-1787), who lived 
at one time in Great Marlborough Street, London, and died in Newgate, 
after being convicted of an assault on a niece of Alderman Boydell.) ' 

16 /.e, 6^/ore Munk's Coll. of Phys. insert A. Narrative of the Life and Death of 

John Elliot, M.D. 1787 

272 i 22 /.e. Elliott, Sir William H. : before On 27 June 1838 insert He was made K.H. in 

1837. 
ii 9 after colonel of the insert 55th foot 1861 and of the 

10 for in that year read in 1862 

14 for Feb. read March 

18 for 3 March read 3 April 

273 i 8-10 Ellis, Sir Barrow H. : for from 1855 to 1857 .... Sir Bartle Frere. read became 

chief commissioner in succession to General John Jacob [q. v.] in 1857, 

279 ii 33 Ellis, Henry : after Georgia insert (1758-61) 

33-34 for from which employment he retired about 1770 read (1761-8) 

280 i 16 Ellis, Sir Henry (1777-1855) : for Ellis held read Ellis, who was tory M.P. for 

Boston, was commissioner of customs 1824-5. He held 

281 i Sf.e. Ellis, Sir Henry (1777-1869) : for 1833 read 1882 

5/.e. after eminence, read He was knighted in 1833. 

ii 11 f.e, after to the last, insert He was director of the Society of Antiquaries 1858-7. 

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284 i 26 Ellis, John (1606-1681) : for 1602 read 1604 

21/.<'. for Wood read Wood's editor 

285 i 11-12 Ellis, John (1643 ?-1788): /or the parliament of 1705-8 read the parliaments of 

1702-5 and 1705-8 

292 i 20 Ellis, Thomas F. : for He was read He was from 1889 
19 /.e. Ellis, Welhore: after 1681 insert [q. v.] 
ii 1 for Sir William read Sir John 

294 i 18-16 Ellis, Sir William (1609-1680) : for was educated at Caius College .... M.A. in 
f.e. 1636. read was admitted to Christ's College, Cambridge, in 1623, graduating B.A. 

in 1026-27. 
EUiston, Henry T. : for 1688 read 1868 
EUiston, Eohert W. : for Covent Garden read London 
Ellman, John : for the Earl of Sheffield read Lord Sheffield 
Ellwood, Thomas : for Pennington read Springett 

for 1684 read 1694 
EUys, Anthony: for canon read prebendary 

for canonry read prebend 
EUys, Sir Bichard : for eldest son read younger son 

for Stigmato-logicus ' read Stigmologicus ' 
Elmham, Thomas : after 11 June 1414. insert Elmliam was a royal chaplain, ajid 
in the spring of 1415 was employed on the king's business at Westminster. 
(DucKETT, Charters and Becords of Cluni, ii. 15, 21). As chaplain he served 
through the campaign of 1415, being present at Agincourfc. Of that cam- 
paign he wrote the description carrying events to 1415, which is known as 
* Gesta Henrici Quinti.' This was long described anonymously as ' the 
chaplain's life ' and is a first-rate authority (published by English Hist. 
Soc. 1850 ; cf. Lenz ' Konig Sigismund und Heinrich der Fiinfte,' p. 14.) 
3-10 for Mr. Hardwick surmises .... about 1440. read The supposition that 

Elmham may have survived to 1440 rests upon the erroneous ascription to 
him of the ' Vita Henrici Quinti ' edited by Hearne. 
20-21 for A prose life of Henry V read ' Gesta Henrici Quinti ' (' the chaplain's 

life'), which is to' be distinguished from the * Vita et Gesta Henrici Quinti,' 
which was edited by Hearne in 1727, and has been erroneously assigned to 
Elmham (cf. ' Athenaeum,' 23 Aug. 1902 ; Kingsford's ' Henry V,' p. 6) 
26 ojjiit Monachus 

for with the additional read with Monachus and the additional 
for * Vita et Gesta Henrici V ' by Hearne (1727) read ' Gesta Henrici V ' 
('the chaplain's life '), ed. Giles 1848 and for English Hist. Soc. (1850) 
Elmore, Alfred : for 1877 read 1857 

Elphinstone, George K., Viscount Keith: for and after 1790 read from 1780 to 
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822 i 11 f.e. Elphinstone, Sir Howard : after 1887 insert He was made colonel commandant 
of royal engineers in 1834 
8/.C. Elphinstone, James, 1st Lord Balmerino : after 1553 insert He was a Roman 
catholic 
ii 20-24 for It was believed James intended to appoint .... speedy disgrace, read 

As a catholic he used his influence to persecute the presbyterians, and 
his zeal for his religion led to his disgrace. 
89 before James sent insert In Oct. 1608 

before Douglas and Wood's Peerage insert Gardiner's History ; 
17 /.0. Elphinstone, John, 2nd Lord Balmerino : for carl read lord 
for 1682 read 1652 
Elphinstone, John, 13th Lord Elphinstone : for 1858 road 1869 

after Stirlingshire, insert He was a Scottish representative peer 1882-4| 
1847-59. 
Elphinstone, Margaret M., Viscountess Keith : after English utsfr/ Scottish 
Elphinstone, William: for 1594 read 1194 
Elrington, Thomas : for Pinkethinan read l*eukothman 
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342 ii 5-6 Elwall, Edward : for Memoir of J. T. read Memoir by J. T. 

343 i 12 /.e. Elwes, John: for mi read 1772 

lOf.e. for 1787 read nSi 

346 ii 20f.e. Ely, William: for Sir Thomas Pope read Sir Thomas White 

347 ii 15 I Elyot, Sir Thomas : for St. Mary's Hall read St. Mary Hall 

548 ii 15 f.e. for A barrow read a Barrow 

12 /.e. /or Dwyer ?ea(i Dyer 

351 ii 8 f.e. Emerson, William : for Dr. Morgan read De Morgan 
354 ii 38 Emes, Thomas : for 23 Dec. read 22 Dec. 
356 ii 6 Emlyn, Thomas : for eleventh read twelfth 
358 ii life. /or of Gloucester reatZ at Cheltenham 

360 i 2 for p. 508 sq. read iii. 503 sq. 

364 i 6-7 Emmet, Thomas A. : for Webbe's Biography of Remarkable Irishmen read 
Webb's Compendium of Irish Biography 
2 f.e. Emmett, Anthony : after until itisert in May 1855 
367 i 7 Endecott, John : for enactions read enactments 
3^9 ii 17 Enfield, William ; for in that city read near that city 

374 ii 16 f.e. Englefield, Sir Henry C. : after ArtB. i7isert He was president of the Society of 
Antiquaries 1811-2. ' 
English, Sir John H. : for 1852 read 1840 
Erbury, William : for (Laud) read (Murray) 
for 1646 read 1646-7 
after of which insert dated 1648 
for 1653 read (these were collected in 1653) 
omit 1654. 5. and note that the works entitled respectively 'An Olive 

Leaf ' aiul ' The Reign of Christ ' were published in the same volume, 
after 1658 insert (this consists of twenty-three tracts collected together with 

a preface) 
for ii. 100-1, &c. read iii. 360 
for (2nd edit.) read (1793-7) 
11 f.e. Erie, Thomas: /or had been made governor of Plymouth read was governor of 
Portsmouth ^rom 1694 to 1712 
for was made lieutenant read in 1705 was made lieutenant-general. 
for lieutenancy read lieutenant-generalship 
oynit and governor of Portsmouth 

for and as commander-in-chief .... in 1715, when he was read but held 
the post again and was again governor of Portsmouth 1714-18. In 1715 
he was 
after a^in insert after 1718 
for Ellerlee read Ellerton 

8 after Wareham insert as a whig 

9 for in 1698, when read in 1698 and 1700, when on both occasions 

• IS after Parliament), insert He was MP. for Cork in the Irish Horse of 

Commons 1703-13. 

393 i 8 Erie, Sir William : for same year. He read same year, after having 

9-10 for in 1845 read and 

10 for knighted, was read knighted. He was 

11 for the following year read 1845 

394 i 8-4 Ernest, Augustus, King of Hanover : for both in the English and the Hanoverian 

armies read in the Hanoverian army 
29 for in 1798 he was promoted read in July 1799 he was made 

80 for general and read general in the English service, his first rank in the Eng- 

lish army, the commission being antedated May 1798. In 1799 also he was 
18 /.e. for 15th hussars read 15th light dragoons, afterwards hussars 

17 f.e. for 1808 ho was promoted general read April 1808 he was gazetted general, 

the commission being antedated Sept. 1803 
396 i 24-28 omit Scandal, too, .... legitimate daughter. 

401 ii 7 f.e. Erskine, David M., 2nd Lord Erskine: /or 1825 rea^Z 1824 
403 i 28 /.e. Erskine, David S., 11th Earl of Buchan : for 1729 read 1792 

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407 ii 6/.f. Erskine, Edward M.: /or Florence rertfZ Turin 

5 f.e. after Washington insert early in 1858 

409 i 10-11 Erskine, Henry (1624-169C) : for covenanting minister read presbyterian ministtr 
ii 7 for on read after 

8 after indulgence insert (1687) 

10 omit first 

410 i 1 Erskine, Sir Henry (d. 1765) : for 1761 read his death in 1765 

7 after 67th foot insert (Oct. 1760) 

8 after 25th foot insert (May 1761) 

9 after Royal Scots insert (Dec. 1762) 

415 3 20 Erskine, Sir James St. C, 2nd Earl of Kosslyn: for 1781 read 1782 
21 for M.P. read whig M.P. 

28-29 omit as the representative of his uncle's opinions 

89 for 1790 read 1796 

422 i 20 f.e. Erskine, John, 1509-1591 : for his will for read for his own will 
426 ii 85 Erskine, John, 6th or 11th Earl of Mar : for a regiment of foot read the 9th foot 

(1702-6) 
438 i 21f.e. Erskine, Thomas, Lord Erskine: after 1783 insert becoming K.C. in the same- 
year 
18-17 0J7iit which had been in abeyance . i • • Lord Bacon, 

f.e. 

408 ii 23 f.e. Erskine, Thomas (1788-1864) : for He took no part read Although he contestefi 

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1 i 11 f.e. Esdaile, James : omit his Harveian oration of 

3 ii 24-25 Esdaile, William : for picture read drawing 

4 i 36 Esmonde, Sir Laurence, Lord Esmonde : hefore was created insert was M.P. for 

Wicklow in the Irish House of Commons in 1613 and 
9 i 13 f.e. Estcourt, James B. B. : for for many years read in 1803-4 

8 f.e. for M.P. read conservative M.P. 

11 i 12 f.e. Estcourt, Thomas, H. S. S. : for 1826 read 1827 

ii 22 f.e. for On his father's death read In 1855, two years after his father's death 

19 i 7-8 Ethelbert {d. 866) : for ^thelred read ^thelberht 
25 i 24 Ethelmeer (d. 1137) : for 10 July 1865 read 1751 

62 ii 21 Evans, George (1630 ?-1702) : for 20 March read (according toLe Neve) 2 March 

63 i 34 Evans, Sir George de L. : for 1831 read March 1830 

35 for elected read elected on petition 

86 after that seat insert at the general election in the following August 

69 i 17 Evans, John (1814-1875) : for 1875) read 1876) 

76 i 7 f.e. Evans, William (1811 ?-1858) : for ' Troth read ' Traeth 

78 i 7 Evans, William E. : for 1845 read 1841 

81 i 1 Evelyn, John (1620-1706) : for 1772 read 1672 

33 after Evelyn insert who contested Surrey in 1698 

83 ii 1 Evelyn, John (1655-1699) : for 1696 read his death in 1699 

85 ii Id f.e. Everard, Mathias: for He was a K.H., read He was made C.B. in 1826 and K.H. 

in 1831, 
90 i 20 Evesham, Hugh of: after ' Phoenix.' i7i8ert He was prebendary of York in 1279. 

96 i 4 f.e. Ewing, Juliana H. : for 1861 read 1866 

97 i 19 Exley, Thomas : for {d. 1855 ?) read (1775-1855) 

34 for in or about 1855 read 17 Feb. 1855, aged 80 

98 ii 4 Exton, Sir Thomas : for Previous to 1678 read On 23 Nov. 1675 

5 for appointed read was in July 1686 appointed 

9 after 1685. insert He was chancellor of the diocese of London 1663-85, and 

dean of the Arches in 1686. 

99 ii 8 Eyre, Sir Giles : for 31 Nov. read 81 Oct. 

104 i 9 f.e. Eyre, Sir Vincent : for lieutenant-general read major-general 

105 i 88 Eyre, Sir William : for 1852 read 1853 
ii 8 for 18 Sept. read 8 Sept. 

Ill i Id f.e. Faber, George S. : for 1831 read 1830 

113 ii 20 Fabyan, Robert: /or 1502 rm(M508 

117 ii life. Fagan, Robert : for Early in the century read In 1809 

118 ii 6 f.e. Fagg, Sir John : before in March 1661 insert to the Convention parliament of 16C0, 

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laS ii 20/.<'.-rairbairn, Sir Peter: for daughter of Mr. K. W. Brinaiing read daughter of 
Robert William Brandling of Low Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne, and widow of 
Captain Charles Bell, R.N. 
Fairbome, Sir Palmes : for Tangiers read Tangier and so throughout the article, 
Fairborne, Sir Stafford : before In June 1707 insert He was M.P. for Rochester 
1705-8. 
before In the petition insert In 1708 he married Rebecca, daughter of Colonel 
Thomas Paston. 
Fairfax, Edward : for 11473 read 11743 

for Fuiston read Fewston 
Fairfax, Ferdinando : for two read three 

Fairfax, Thomas, 1st Lord Fairfax : after 1591. insert He was M.P. for Lincoln 
158G, for Aldborough 1588, and for 3oroughbridge 1601. 
141 i 6-7 /or unsuccessfully sought a seat ?-ea(Z was elected M.P. for 

8 after 1625. insert He was unseated on petition, but was returned at a by- 

election four months later (in August of the same year). 
15 f.c. Fairfax, Thomas, 3rd Lord Fairfax : for Hey worth read Heworth 

before For the rest insert He was M.P. for the West Riding of Yorkshire in 
the parliament of 1654. 
Fairfax, Sir William G. : omit of a family .... the time of Ed- 

for ward III .... in the horse guards, read born on 8 March 1738-9, was 
son of Joseph Fairfax (who after retirement from the horse guards settled 
at Bagshot, Surrey), and was graudson of Joseph Fairfax of Saxton, York- 
shire. 
Falconer, Hugh : for July read January 
Falle, Philip : for 1781 read 1081 
Fane, Sir Henry : for 1768 to 1796 read 1772 to 1802 

for In the previous year he had succeeded read In 1802 he succeeded 
for 1825 read 1826 

for master-general read surveyor-general 
after Sandwich, insert He was M.P. for Hastings 1880-1. 
Fane, John, 7th Earl of Westmorland : omit lord-lieutenant of the county of 
Northampton and 
for 1758 read 1759 
Fane, John, 10th Earl of Westmorland : for paymaster-general read postmaster- 
general 
omit and was for a short time .... George IV 
Fane, John, 11th Earl of Westmorland : after Bourbons, insert He was A.D.C. to 
George IV both as prince regent and king, 1814-25 ; became major-general in 
1825 and lieutenant-general in 1888. 
Fane, Mildmay, 2nd Earl of Westmorland : for {d. 1665) read {d. 1666) 

after 1G20-1 insert for Kent in 1625, and again for Peterborough 1626-8 
for 1665 read 1665-6 

after fourth earl insert and another son, Horace 
Fanning, Edmund : for St. John in the Gulf of St. Lawrence read Prince Edward 
for In 1799 he was chosen read He remained 
omit an appointment which he retained 
for 1798 read 1794 
Fanshawe, Thomas (1530 ?-1601) : for succeeding read five succeeding 

after lands, insert He was returned M.P. for Lancaster on 19 Jan. 1625-6, 
and again on 10 March 1627-8. 
3 after 1622 add A son, Tliomas, was elected M.P. for Lancaster to the Long 

parliament, but ' was disabled to sit' early in 1040. 
88-48 Fanshawe, Sir Thomas, Ist Viscount Fanshawe : for for Lancaster ... for 
Lancaster) on 26 Oct. 1640. read and again on 26 Oct. 1040. 
omit was elected M.P. . . . early in 1040 
for 1089 read 1087 
Farindon, Anthony : for Branston read Bramston 
Parish, William : before In 1794 i7iserl lie was proctor in 1792. 
216 ii 6 Farmer, Eichard : for the residentiary probond read a residentiary canonry and 
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218 i 31 Farnaby, Thomas : for bishop of Durham read bishop of Oxford and afterwards 

of Durham 
221 i 12 f.e. Farquhar, Sir Arthur : after knighted imert and was made K.C.H. in 1832 
225 ii 27 Farr, Samuel : for Returning read He was physician to the Bristol infirmary 

from 1767 to 1780, practising in Bristol for some years. Afterwards returning 

234 i 22 /.e. Farrington, Sir Anthony : for 1812 read the last year 

235 ii 27 Fastolf, Sir John: /or 1408 7eatZ 1408-9 

236 i 39 after England insert He was elected M.P. for Yarmouth the year before. 

238 i 14: f.e, for 5 Nov. read on St. Leonard's day, 6 Nov. 

12 f.e. for 148 days read 158 days (Sloane MS. 4, f. 38 b) 

239 i 3 f.e. for Southwark read Eastcheap 

242 i 15-16 Faulkner, Sir Arthur B. : omit Gloucester and - 
249 ii 20 Fauquier, Francis : for in April read on 3 March 

251 i 18 /.e. Favour, John: for {d. 1623) read {d. 1624) 

ii 2 after Yorkshire, insert He was made prebendary of Southwell in 1611 and of 

Osbaldwick, York, in 1614. 
8 /or 1616 read 1616-7 

14 /.e. /or 1623 rertcZ 1623-4 

252 ii 45-46 Fawcett, Henry : for Henry Edmundson read George Edmundson 
254 i 28 /or 1862 rea(3 1863 

30 for 1863 read 1864 

260 i 6/.e. Fawcett, John (1789-1867) : for H. Huntingdon's read G. Huntingdon's 

262 i 3 f.e. Fawcett, Sir William : for 1778 read 1781 

ii 7-8 for major-general read lieutenant-general 

24 for David Dundas [q. v.] read Sir Harry Calvert [q. v.] 

27-28 for never before or since conferred read rarely conferred 

263 ii 6/.e. Fawkener, Sir Everard: for afterwards the first lord read who is to be dis- 

tinguished from John Crewe, the first lord 

264 i 5 for the second wife of Lord Crewe read Fawkener's two daughters 

268 ii 88-39 Fawkes, Guy : for Bodleian Library read Ashmolean Museum 

4/.e. after Sixteenth Century insert by Bobert Davies 

269 i 12 Fawkes, Walter R. : for 1802 read 1806 

7 f.e. for Keswick read Neswick 

275 i 20 Fearne, Charles : for Watts read Watt 

276 ii 16 /.e. Featley, Daniel : for (Piercy) read (Percy) 

285 ii 24 f.e. Feckenham, John de : for Feckenham read Fickmann 

289 i 9 Fielding, Basil, 2nd Earl of Denbigh: /or his brother read his nephew, son of 

his brother 
294 i 22 f.e. Fell, John (1625-1686) : for Heame read Dr. Thomas Smith 
ii 6 for 1675 read 1675-6 

298 ii 2/.e. Fell, Samuel : after Zo-mQ^l. insert He had become prebendary of St. Paul's in 

1613. 

299 i 8 for 1638 read 1637 

800 ii 22 Fellowes, Sir James : for 1809 read 1810 

301 i 31 Fellowes, Robert : after suffrage, insert In 1828 he purchased the ' Examiner,' and 

made Albany Fonblanque [q. v.] editor. 
819 i 10 Fenner, Edward : after 1576. insert He was M.P. for Shoreham in 1572. 
822 i 15 f.e. Fenton, Elijah : for Lyne read Lyme 
323 ii 4 f.e. Fenton, Sir Geoffrey : for 1580 read 1580-1 

824 i 22 after Walsingham. insert He was M.P. for co. Carlow in the Irish House 

of Commons 1585-6. 

ii 21 for Brodie read Brady 

827 i 22 Fenton, Roger : for 1615) read 1616) 

ii 3 for 1615 read 1615-6 

880 i 8 Fenwick, Sir John : for Highall read Wighill 

881 ii 27 for 1640 read 1696 

882 ii 5/.C. Fenwicke, John : for iii. 175 read vii. 175 

360 i 81 Fergusson, Sir James : for was appointed read was colonel of the 62nd foot 
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government 1818-8 and as king's advocate 1818-25 
after Melbourne, insert He was director of the East India Company 1880-5. 
Fermor, "William, Lord Leominster: after in 1671 insert was elected M.P. for 

Northampton in 1671 and again in 1679 
Feme, Henry : omit consecrated 10 Feb., and 

Feme, Sir John : for He seems to have been dead . . . that a John Feme read 
He was M.P. for Boroughbridge 1604-9, and died before 14 Dec. 1609, when hia 
successor was elected. Another John Feme 

886 i 82 Ferrers, Henry : after Clinton, insert He was apparently M.P. for Callington in 

1597. 

887 ii 80 Ferrers, Bobert, Earl of Derby : for brother read own son 
892 ii 8 f.e. Festing, Sir Francis W. : for major-general read colonel 

406 ii 18-16 Field, John : for was born, as is supposed . . . and 1530. read son of Richard 

f.e. Field (d. 1542), was bom at East Ardsley, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, 

about 1520. 

407 i 20 for Jane read Jane {d. 1609) 

21 f.e. before Foster's York. Pedigrees insert Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 

xiv. ; 
17 Field, Richard (1561-1616) : for 1610 read 1609 
11 for suddenly carried off read died 21 Nov. 

81 Fielding, Henry : for general read lieutenant-general 
32 after army insert in 1789 (he died 20 June 1741) 

425 ii 27 Fielding, Nathan Theodore : for Fielding's four sons read Fielding had five sons, 
all artists, of whom four 
ii 85-36 Fielding, Newton Smith : omit at Huntingdon 
430 i 18 f.e. Fiennes, John : before In 1657 insert He was elected M P. for Morpeth in 1645. 
432 ii 25 f.e. Fiennes, Thomas, 9th Lord Dacre : for He succeeded read Thomas succeeded 
434 i 3-4 Fiennes, William, Ist Viscount Saye and Sele : for the island of New Providence 
in the Caribbean Sea read Providence Island, in north latitude 12° 

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I i 8-2 Finch, Daniel, 2nd Earl of Nottingham : for lord at the admiralty 14 May. read 

f.e. lord of the admiralty 22 April 

6 i 27 Finch, Edward (1756-1843) : for 1824 read 1828 

9f.e. for 1804: read 1802 

10 i 14-16 Finch, Heneage, 1st Earl of Nottingham : oviit In the same year , . , . Somerset- 
shire. 

ii 2 f.e. for daughter read sister 

II ii 86 Finch, Heneage, 2nd Earl of Winchilsea : for but was read and was lord- 

lieutenant of Somerset from 1675 to 1688. He was 
87-88 for the former post read Kent 

12 ii 4-5 Finch, Heneage, Ist Earl of Aylesford : omit In 1711 .... jewel house. 
6 for raised to the peerage read advanced in the peerage 

16 after nine children, insert His son Heneage, M.P. for Surrey, was made in 

1711 master of the jewel house. 
26 Finch, Sir Henry : for [d. 1625) read (1558-1625) 

88 /or degree, and was admitted read degree. Wood is apparently in error. 

There seems good ground for identifying Finch with a pensioner of the 
name, of Christ's College, Cambridge, who matriculated in May 1572 and 
graduated B.A. 1575-6 (cf. Andbew Willet, Harmony of I. Samuel, pref.) 
Finch was admitted 
for the Inns of Court read inns and alehouses 
before In 1621 insert In 1614 he was elected M.P. for St. Albans. 
Finch, Sir John, Baron Finch : for 1614 read 1620 

Finch, Sir John (1626-1682) : after Oxford, insert was admitted pensioner of 
Christ's College, Cambridge, 11 April 1645. Subsequently he 
29 after in 1649 ; insert (he was in 1647 incorporated at Cambridge B.A. from 

Oxford) 
20 ii 18 Finch-Hatton, Edward : after in 1718, insert was fellow of Christ's College on the 
Finch and Baines foundation, 1728-1746, 

15 fo7- 1764 read 1768 
28 i 12 /.e. Finlaison, John: or?w^ Sir 

80 i 81 Finlay, Francis D. : for Mitchell read Mitchel 

82 ii 9 Finlay, Kirkman (1773-1842): after advanced type, iiisert He was M.P. for 

Malmesbury 1818-20. 
10-11 after university iTisert of Glasgow and contested the city unsuccessfully in 

1830 

16 for in 1842 read 4 March 1842 
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68 ii 4 Fisher, John (1459 ?-1585) : for 1459 ? read 1459 

7 after Yorkshire imert in 1459 (Sloane MS. 1898, f. 9) 

61 i 14 /.e. /or 1554 rm^Z 1584 

63 i 22 f.e, \ ^^ Channey read Chauncy 

66 i l.l. Fisher, John A. : for Miss Powell read Mrs. Powell 

Ji 1 for daughter of a proprietor read [see under Powell, William] 

67 ii 8 f.e. Fisher, Joseph : for i. 539 read iv. 539 

70 ii 16 /.e. Fisher, Samuel (1G05-1665) : for Coton read Caton 
72 ii 84 Fisher, Thomas {d. 1577) for lodge read badge 

81 i ^ V'^' } Litton, Sir Alexander : for 1698 read 1699 



82 ii 32 Fitton, Sir Edward : hefore He was insert He was M.P. for Boroughbridge in 

1588 
84 i 27 Fitton, Michael : for was condemned, read was condemned ; they are now in the 
Institute of Jamaica. 
80-31 for The papers are still preserved read Other papers, taken from the Nancy, 

are preserved 
102 i 10-11 Fitzalan, Thomas, Earl of Arundel and Surrey : for half-sister read sister 

106 i 17 Fitzcharles, Charles, Earl of Plymouth : after iii, 487). read He was colonel of the 

2nd Tangier regiment. 
13 f.e. Fitzclarence, Lord Adolphus : after 17 Sept. 1853. insert He was groom of the 
robes 1880-3 and naval A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1846-58. 

107 i 10 Fitzclarence, George A. F., 1st Earl of Munster : for Eglinton read Egremont 

20 for May 1830 read June 1881 

30 after the Tower insert (1831-8) 

108 i 14 /.e. Fitzcount, Brian: /or five read two 

113 i 29 Fitzgerald Lady Elizabeth : for was executed read died 

ii 8. . for 1578 read 1507 

119 i 14 /.c. Fitzgerald, Gerald, 9th Earl of Kildare : for son-in-law read cousin 
122 ii 3-2 Fitzgerald, Gerald, 15th Earl of Desmond : for * Church of the Name.' read 

f.e. ' Church of no Name.' 

130 ii 16 /.e. Fitzgerald, James (1742-1835) /or 1772 reatZ 1776 

14 /.e. /or Ennis; in 1776 read Fore, co. Westmeath, and sat for it till 1783; in 

that year 
14-13/.e. for Killibegs read Killybegs 

12 /.e. omzY in 1784 

11 f.e. for and 1790 read in 1790 

10 /.e. for 1798 read Yl^l and for county read, borough 

133 i 28 Fitzgerald, Sir John Fitzedmund : omit bishop of Kerry 

ii 17 /.c. Fitzgerald, Sir John F. : aflcr 1841. insert He was colonel of the 85th foot, 1840-8. 
135 i 22 /.e. Fitzgerald, Maurice {d. 1176) : for and Meiler read uncle of Meiler 

Ul ii 14-11 Fitzgerald, Maurice (1774-1849): omit He outlived all his colleagues 

f.e. parliament.' 

Wf.e. for four years, 1799-1802, read one and a half years, July 1799 to Jan. 1801, 

10 /.e. omit excise 

9/.e. omit and 

2/.^. /or 1806 rro J 1807 

151 i 21 f.e. Fitzgerald, William R., 2nd Duke of Leinster: for Earl of Offaly read Baron 

OlTaly 

152 i 16 Fitzgerald, Sir William R. 8. V. : for January 1867 read Nov. 1866 

20 omit liononiry 

28 for third read fifth 

158 i 10-11 Fitzgerald, William V., Lord Fitzgerald and Vesey : for and in tho same year 
he read A year earlier he had 
27-29 for When the Duke of WoHington .... he selected read After the retire- 

ment of HuskiHson and others from ttie Duke of Wellington's administra- 
tion in June 1828, the Duke selected 
89-40 for In Dftcember 1830 .... the Duke of Wellington, read In Fob. 1880 he 

rcKi^^'iied onice, being Bucceedod by J. C. Herries, 
155 ii n f.e. Fltigibbon, Gerald : for 1880 read 1878 

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Fitzherbert, AUeyne, Baron St. Helens : after year, insert He was M.P. for 
Carysfort in the Irish House of Commons 1788-90. 
for (May 1791) read (May 1790, gazetted Nov. 1789) 
Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony : after Gray's Inn, p. 46). insert On 20 March 1508-9 
he was appointed recorder of Coventry, and he held the ofifice in 1510 and 1511 
{Extracts from Leet Book, ff. 304 b, 809, 311). 
Fitzherbert, Maria A. : for Fulworth read Lulworth 

Fitzjames, James, Duke of Berwick : after England; insert He was made colonel 
of the 8th foot in 1G86, was lord-lieutenant of Hampshire 1086-8, 
after Oxford, insert He was made K.G. 28 Sept. 1688 and on 20 Nov. colonel 
of the 3rd troop of horse guards. 
Fitzjames, Kichard : after 1481. insert He was treasurer of St. Paul's 1483-97, 
and prebendary 1485-97. 
for 1522 read 15 Jan. 1521-2 
Fitzneale, Richard: for Bishop Stubbs has also recently .... evidence read 
Bishop Stubbs advanced but afterwards withdrew a theory 
after Abbas, i. Ivii-lx insert and to Diceto, ii. xxxi 
Fitzpatrick, Richard, Lord Gowran : for Queen's County, and on read He was M.P. 
for Harristown in the Irish House of Commons 1703-13, and for Queen's County 
1713-5. On 
192 i 12-13 Fitzpatrick, Richard : for and in 1774 Fitzpatrick read Fitzpatrick was M.P. for 
Okehampton 1770 to 1774, and in the latter year 
87 after secretary insert He was A.D.C. to the king 1782-93 

38 after 1782, insert was M.P. for Maryborough in the Irish House of Commons 

1782-3, 
ii 8-5 omit and in 1804 . . . the ordnance 

8 after war insert and he was concurrently lieutenant-general of the ordnance 

201 ii 37 Fitzroy, Charles, 1st Baron Southampton : before In 1760 insert He was M.P. for 

Orford 1759-61, for Bury St. Edmunds 1761-74, and for Thetford 1774-80. 

202 i 19 /.e. Fitzroy, Lord Charles: for 1784 read 1787 

12 f.e. after charity, insert He was colonel commandant of a battalion of the 60th 

foot 1804-5, and colonel of the 48th foot from 1805 till death. 

203 i 7 Fitzroy, Sir Charles A. : after 1853. insert He was made K.C.B. in June 1854. 

11 f.e. Fitzroy, George, Duke of Northumberland : before He commanded insert He 

was made colonel of the 2ad troop of horse guards in 1686. 
5 f.e. after 1702-3 insert from which he was transferred to the 2nd troop of horse 

guards in Jan. 1711-12 
3/.e. before was sworn insert became lord-lieutenant of Berkshire in 1712, 

ii 2 after seats, insert He was deprived of his lord-lieutenancies and his colonelcy 

after George I's accession. 
85-36 Fitzroy, George H., 4th Duke of Grafton: for Euston entered parliament . . . 

conservatives read He was M.P. for Thetford 1782-4. In 1784 the tories 
52-53 for For some years read From 1784 to 1807 

205 ii 19 Fitzroy, Henry, 1st Duke of Grafton : for 1682 he became an elder brother read 

1682-3 he was master 
20 after House insert was (1681-8 and 1688-9) 

206 ii 19 Fitzroy, Henry (1807-1859) : for and 1832 read as a conservative 

24 after government, insert He joined the Peelites and ultimately became a 

liberal. 
214 ii 2 Fitzthedmar, Arnold : for Hastings read hustings 
224 ii 4 Fitzwilliam, Charles W. W., 3rd Earl Fitzwilliam : for 1807 read 1806 
6 for the county of York read Malton, and in 1807 for Yorkshire 

8 for the same constituency, read the latter constituency. In 1880 he was 

elected for Peterborough. 

227 i 11 Fitzwilliam, Fanny E. : for 11 Nov. read 11 Sept. 
ii 16 Fitzwilliam, John : for also read in 1688 

228 i 37 for in 1699 read 26 March 1699 

229 ii 9 Fitzwilliam, Richard, 7th Viscount Fitzwilliam : before On 4 Feb. insert He 

was M.P. for Wilton from 1790 till death. 

230 i 11 f.e. Fitzwilliam, Sir William (1460 ?-1534) : for Bread Street read Broad Street 

231 i 15 f.e. Fitzwilliam, William, Earl of Southampton : for he was read he was elected M.P. 

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elected M.P. for co. Carlow in the Irish House of Commons. 
Fitzwilliam, William W., 2nd Earl Fitzwilliam : for secretary at war read 

secretary in the mihtary department 
Flamhard, Kannulf : for 2081 read 208 
Flavel, John (1680 ?-1091) : for presbytery read classis 

for the first indulgence (1671) read the indulgence of 1671 
for 1673 read 1671 
after 1814 insert 1822 
for 1682 read 1681 

for 1754 read 1716, 1754, 1770 (Paisley) 
Flaxman, John : for Ann Denman, read Ann (1760 ?-1820), daughter of William 
Denman, a gunstock maker of Mansell Street, Whitechapel, 
for sisier read half-sister 
after Denman insert (&. 1779) 
for 6 Feb. read 7 Feb. 
for church read burial ground 

after private hands, insert The Flaxman Gallery at University College, 
London, was founded by Maria Denman. 
Fleet, Sir John : for soon afterwards . . . been knighted, read of Langbourn ward 
two days earlier, being knighted soon afterwards. 
for 1695 read 1694 

after pany insert serving for two years and being re-elected 1098-1700, 
1702-4, and 1706-8 
Fleetwood, Charles : for Stow-in-the-Wold read Stow-on-the-Wold 
Fleetwood, George (/?. 1650 ?) : for Tangiers read Tangier 

after 246). insert A miniature by S. Cooper dated 1647 belongs to G. Milner 
Gibson Cullum, Esq., F.S.A. By his wife Katherine, daughter of John 
Oldfield of London, Fleetwood had two sons, John and Hobert, and a 
daughter, Ann. The descendants of the son Robert were living in London 
in 1717. 
267 i 20 f.e. Fleetwood, James : after shire, insert He was vice-chancellor of Cambridge 
University in 1663 and 1667. 
Fleetwood, Thomas : for Thomas read Peter 
Fleetwood, William (1535 ?-1594) : after London insert in 1584 
Fleetwood, William (1656-1723) : after 1705 insert and 1736 
Fleming, Sir George : for 1700 read 1700-1 
5 f.e. Fleming, Patrick : for the elector of Saxony read the elector Palatine 
28-81 Fleming, Sir Thomas : for No new writ, however .... Index, i. 1028). read A new 
writ was issued for Southampton in his place 9 Nov. 1605. 
Fletcher, Giles (1549?-1611): after Winchelsea. insert He was remembrancer of 

the city of London Jan. 1586-7 to 1605. 
Fletcher, Sir Henry : after eighteen years insert (1769-87) 
before Fletcher insert He was chairman 1782-3. 
after Fletcher insert then chairman of the company 
Fletcher, John W. : for Mr. Ireland, who now read Charles Greenwood, who 
Fletcher, Joseph (1784-1843) : after D.D. insert He was chairman of the Con- 
gregational Union in 1837. 
Fletcher, Phineas : for Ezekiel Clarke read Ezekiel Charke 
Fletcher, Richard (tZ. 1596) : for her father's .... which read tlie see of Bristol, 

wliich iier father founded in 1542 and 
Fletcher, Thomas : for (1664-1718) read (1666-1713) 

for Tljomas Fletcher .... 1064 read Jolni Fletcher of Winchester was 
born at Avington, Hampshire, on 21 March 1666 
20 for Winchester School and read Winchester School. He matriculated ab 

Balliol College on 9 April 1085, but on 12 Sept. following entered 
2^80 for He was a fellow .... do not establish the fact, read He became fellow 

of New College, but resigned on his marriage in 1702. He held the living 
of Fairfi«;l(l, SomorHot, in 10'J4, was prebendary of Barton David in the 
Cathedral of Wells from 1096 till death, and became an under-master of 
Winchr'Hter School in 1701. He was fellow of Winchester from 12 Sepl. 
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f.e. 1713 and was buried in Winchester Cathedral. By his wife, a daughter of 

William Master, a fellow of New College, he had three sons, Thomas, Philip, 
and William. 
330 ii 21 Flood, Sir Frederick : for county Wexford read, Enniscorthy, and sat for that consti- 
tuency till 1783. From that year till 1790 he was M.P. for Ardfert and 
in 1796-7 for Carlow borough 
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10 f.e. for 1800 read 1812 

9-7 omit but was appointed .... Wexford in 1814 

f.e. 
337 i 2 Florio, John : after Londra.' insert ' Apologia .... scritta contro un heretic©,* 

1557, is also attributed to him. 
342 i 20 Flowerdew, Edward : after Gresham. insert He was M.P. for Castle Rising 1572- 
84. 
Floyd, Edward : for Charles I read James I 
Floyd, Sir John : for 1817 read 1813 
12 f.e. Fludyer, Sir Samuel : o?nit at the election of 1759 
14 /.e. Foldsone, John : for [see Mee, Sabah] o-eadlaee Mee, Anne] 
Foley, Thomas : for in William Ill's read in 1694 
077iit first parliament 
omit and afterwards for Worcester 
Foliot, Gilbert : for {d. 1187) read {d. 1188) 
for 1147 read 1148 

for 1187 read 1187-8, according to LeNeve 
Foliot, Robert : for was a man of considerable learning .... was celebrated read 
has been confusedly credited by Bale and others with early experiences 
which really belong to his predecessor in the see of Hereford, Robert of 
Melun (see Robert of Melun) 
omit for his achievements .... either Melun or Meaux, 
for William of Maledon read Robert of Melun 
Folkes, Martin : for 1753 read 1752 

for (about 1714?) read on 18 Oct. 1714 at St. Andrew's, Holborn 
FoUett, Sir William W. : for four read five 

for 1435 read 1425 
Fonblanque, Albany: for John Samuel Martin de Grenier de Fonblanque [q. v.]. 

7-ead John de Grenier Fonblanque, 1760-1837 [q. v.]. 
Fontibus, John de : after Ely insert erroneously called Pherd by Burton, 
Foote, Maria, Countess of Harrington : for descendant read kinsman 
Foote, Samuel: omit member for Tiverton and 
Forbes, Sir Charles : after one member only, insert He unsuccessfully contested 

Middlesex against Joseph Hume at the general election of 1832. 
Forbes, Sir Charles F. : for 1842 read 1837 

after Hanover insert receiving an English knighthood in March 1844 
Forbes, Duncan (1685-1747) : for 11 U read 1704 

before In 1722 insert In 1721-2 Forbes was M.P. for Ayr boroughs. 
for 1747 read 1847 
Forbes, Edward: for Spratt and the Rev. Mr. Daniell .... Asia Minor, rea/i 
Thomas Abel Brimage Spratt [q. v.] and the Rev. Edward Thomas Daniell, 
M.A., of Balliol College, Oxford (who died on 24 Sept. 1843 at Adalia, in 
Syria), 
7 after interesting sites, insert Some sketches by Daniell are in the British 

Museum. 
395 ii 85 Forbes, George, 6th Earl of Granard : for lieutenant-general read general 
896 i 37-9 for In 1819 he resigned .... Forbes, M.P., and afterwards read He after- 

wards 
1& f.e. for He died read, He was made full general in July 1830 and 

401 i 19 Forbes, James Ochoncar, 17th Lord Forbes : before He was made insert He was 
colonel of 3rd garrison battalion 1807-9. 
35 for was constituted in 1820 read was from 1825 to 1830 

404 ii 10 Forbes, John (1714-1796) : for 1764 read 1761 ' 

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Forbes, Walter, 18tb Lord Forbes : for Gomme reaH Gomm 

*- Ford, Emanuel : for Parsimenos read Parisraenos 

Ford, Bichard : omit and for some time an under-secretary of state 
Forde, Thomas : for ' Arcadia ' read ' Menaphon ' 
431 ii 13/.^. Fordyce, Alexander : for Halifax read Hallifax 
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18 ii 9 Forster, Edward (1769-1828) : for Somerville Aston read Aston Somerville 
15 ii 10-12 Forster, Johann G. A. : for for some years teacher . . . .in. a school in Warrington 
read from 1768 tutor of French, German, and natural history in the Warrington 
academy 
17 i 83-34 Forster, John : for In the December of that year Charles Lamb died ; read He 
was soon a close friend of Charles Lamb. 
for 2 Feb. read 1 Feb. 
Forster, William (1784-1854) : for daughter of Mr. Buxton .... Joseph John 
Gurney [q. v.] read daughter of Thomas Fowell Buxton of Earl's Colne, 
Essex, and sister of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton [q. v.], 
for aged 70 read aged 69 
Fortrey, Samuel: /or and again in Whitworth's .... in 1856, read in Sir Charles 
Whitworth's ' Scarce Tracts on Trade and Commerce, Serving as a Supplement 
to Davenant's Works,' 1778, and in 1856 in the Political Economy Club's * Select 
Collection of Early English Tracts on Commerce ' (ed. McCuUoch), 
Foster, James : for Joseph Hallet, sen. read Joseph Hallet {d. 1722). 

for Joseph Hallet, jun. read, Joseph Hallet {d. 1722) 
Fowler, Edward : for Glanvil's Saducismus read Glanvill's Sadducismus 

Fowler, William (^.1608): after poet, in-ser^ son of Thomas Fowler (d. 1590), 
executor to the Countess of Lennox, Arabella Stuart's grandmother (cf. E. T. 
Bradley [Mrs. A. Murray Smith], Life of Arabella Stuart, 1889 passim) 
Fowns, Richard : for Stoke Severn read Severn Stoke 
Fox, Charles Richard : for 1831 read 1835 

Fox, Edward : for the hospital read the mastership of the hospital 
Fox, Henry, 1st Baron Holland : for 26 Nov. read 16 Dec. 
Fox, Henry R. V., 3rd Lord Holland : for 26 Dec. read 16 Dec. 

for Lady Godfrey Webster read the wife of Sir Godfrey Webster 
for ' Dobledo's read * Doblado's 
Fox, John (/. 1676) : for Calamy's Nonconf . Memorial (Palmer, 1802), read Palmer's 

Nonconf. Memorial (London, 1802), 
Fox, Luke : for iv. 331-2 read iv. 305-6 
Fox, Robert W. : for eighty-eighth read eighty-ninth 
nf.e. Foxe, John: for 1629 read 1630 
for twelve 7-ead eleven 
for 1641 read 1642 
Foxe, Samuel : for A treatise on the Apocalypse dedicated to Archbishop read 
The Latin treatise on the Apocalypse dedicated by him to Archbishop 
for is said to have been written by him. reacZ was written by his father. 
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Francis, Sir Philip : for Chatliam read Mansfield 

for a Swiss merchant, read a Swiss officer in the East India Company's 

service, 
for 1779 read 1780 

for in the spring of 1803, read on 2 Jan. 1803, 
for iii. 258 read ii. 258 
for Lang's read Laiug's 
Franck. Richard : for Bohm's read Bohme's 
Frank. Mark : for the following year read the same year 
Fraser, James 1 1818-1885) : for Perceval read Percival 
f<r and on 15 June 1880 read Three months before 

for a volume of his sermons edited by J. Doyle was published, read two 
vohxmes of his sermons appeared, edited by J. W. Diggle, the author of 
' The Lancashire Life of Bishop Fraser,' 1889. 
Fraser, James S. . for eighty-third j'ear read eighty-seventh year 
Fraser, Robert W. : for 1847 read 1844 

Fraser, Simon: /oi- is or was preserved at Farnton HoxxsQ^read is preserved at 
Farraline House, 

229 i 4 Fraunce, Abraham : after Ramus.' insert A manuscript Latm comedy called 
' Victoria,' dedicated to Sir Philip Sidney, together with a manuscript copy of 
the work numbered 1 supra, is at Penshurst {Hist. MSS. Comm. Rep. iii. 280). 
283 i 11 fe. Frederick, Colonel : for 28738 read 23798 

ii 33-34 Frederick, Augustus, Duke of York and Albany: for Frederick abandoned hi& 
episcopal title on being created read Frederick, who retained the bishopric 
of Osuaburg till 1803, was created 
235 i 86-37 for opposition to a speech read opposition to it in a speech 

240 ii 23 Freeman, Philip : for ' The Real Science read ' The Real Presence 
244 ii 20 Freind, Robert : for Freind read his son William 

267 ii 26 Frere, John : for Frere also went to Trinity, read Frere went to Caius College,^ 

where he was elected scholar, 

268 i 87 Frere, John H. : after a fellow of Caius insert (1798-1816) 

269 i 3 f>r 1812 read 1816 

278 i 8/.e. Friswell, James H.: for 1861 read 1858; 3rd ed. 1861 
ii 8 for 1865 read 1864 

21 f>r 1868 read 1865 

283 ii 13 Frobisher, Sir Martin : for Isabel, read Isabel, whom he married 30 May 1559 

14 for Thomas Riggat read Thomas Rickard of Snaith 

284 ii 40 after 1878 ; insert J. J. Cartwright's Life of Frobisher in Chapters in the 

History of Yorkshire, 1872 ; 

285 i 14-15 Frodsham, Bridge : for he never left York, where he died 20 Oct. 1768, read he 

rarely left York. He died at Hull 21 Oct. 1768, 
290 ii 9 Froucester, Walter : for the Blessed Virgin read S. Mary de Lode 
294 ii 8 Fry, Elizabeth : for eldest child read third daughter 

5 for Her brother was read Her younger brothers included Daniel Gurney 

fq. v.] and 

815 i 9 Fuller, Samuel : for 1682 read 1692 

28 Fuller, Thomas (1608-1661) : for St. Peter's, Aldwiucle rend Aldwiucle St. Peter 
ii 29 for at Boughton read of Houghton 

11 /.e. for 1788 read 1688 

816 ii 28 for position read petition 

817 ii 86 /or granddaughter read descendant 

!?? " , w r A'>' Redevivu* read Redivivus 

819 II Uf^.{ 

•'^2 i 25 , pyneux, Sir John : for 1620 read 1527 

ii 86 ffT 1505 read 151C 

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864 ii 29 Gainsborough, Thomas : for has not been recovered since, read was not recovered 
till 1901. 

876 i 83 Gale, Roger : for Gale left read Gale gave 

877 i 21 Gale, Theophilus : for prebend read prebendary 

879 i 18 /.e. Gale, Thomas (1635 ?-1702) : for bequeathed read given in 1738 

5 f.e. for 1671-70 read 1671 

880 i 15 for Nicholson's read Nicolson's 

881 ii 17 Gall, Saint : for near the bay of Carrickfergus, read at the mouth of Belfast 

Lough, 
886 ii 28 Galloway, Patrick : for 12 Jan. read 14 Jan. 

889 ii 10-11 Gait, John : for the daughter of Dr. Tilloch, read^ Elizabeth, daughter of Alexander 

Till6ch [q. v.], 

890 i 26 /or 1817 reof? 1820 

891 ii 15 f.e. after family grave, insert He left two sons, Sir Alexander Tilloch Gait, who 

became premier of Canada, and Thomas Gait, who became a judge. 
894 i 84 Gambler, James, Lord Gambier : for 1799 read 1795 
899 i 35 Gammage, Robert G. : for G {d. 1888) read George (1815-1888) 

87 after Northampton insert bom in 1815 

404 i 14 Garbett, Edward : for Hereford College read Hereford Cathedral School 
428 ii 16 Gardiner, Stephen : for 1551 read 1550 

29 for 18 April 1552 read 15 Feb. 1550-1 

482 ii 16 /.e. Gardner, William L. : for (1770 read (1771 

483 i 87 for Nepaul read Kamaun 
ii 10 ^ 

27 \ for Parks read Parkes 

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436 i 2 Gargrave, Sir Thomas : omit Thomas 

ii 14 Garland, Augustine : for Tangiers read Tangier 

437 i 17 f.e. Garland, John : after Henry III. insert The name Garland was familiar in London. 

One John Garland was prebendary of St. Paul's in 1200 (Le Neve, ii. 417) ; 
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I Garnett, John : for Lynam read Burdy 

Garraway, Sir Henry: for when Garraway read It is commonly stated in error 
that then Garraway 
after acclamation, insert Garraway's alleged speech was a tract written by 

Hyde for publication. 
for On his way home he read The writer of the published oration fancifully 
asserted that Garraway on his way home 
Garrett, Jeremiah L. : for Christ's College read Christ's Hospital 
Garter, Bernard : for Braystocke 7'ead Brigstocke 
Gascoigne, Sir Bernard : for 17 Oct. read 24 Sept. 

for thirty-one years at the rent of 20?. read forty-four years at the rent of 201. 

(Sloane MS. 856, f. 8). 
for Innsbruck read Austria 
Gascoigne, George : for Gaston read Gascoigne (not Gaston, as printed in the 
Calendar) 
for But the identity of Gaston .... librarians assigned to Gascoigne i-ead 

There is little doubt that Gascoigne was the author of 
/or All the best evidence .... in pious exercises. rea^Z The ' Spoyle ' was re- 
printed in Mr. Arber's * English Garner,' vol. viii. 
Gascoigne, Sir Thomas : for (1596 ? read (1593 ? 

for 1596 read 1593 
Gascoigne, Sir William : for Harwood read Harewood 
Gaskell, Elizabeth C. : for her life read her married life 

for 1865, &c.) read in ' Household Words,' 1855, &c.) 

for both 1865. read both of which appeared in ' Household Words,' the first 
in 1853 and the second in 1855. 
Gassiot, John P. : for he endowed read he helped to endow 

after Gassiot insert who was elected a fellow of the society, 
Gataker, Thomas : for Goulson read Goulston 

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 
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after 1786 insert (2nd edit. 1744) 
Oeddes, Jenny : for (1G60) read (1670) 

after folding stool.' insert Kirkton, writing in 1679, says the woman's name 
was not known. 

84 after Edinburgh.' insert The conflict among early writers on the topic leaves 

the woman's name a very open question. 
86-87 for Although the name .... afterwards applied read The name Jenny 

Geddes is said to have been applied at a later date 
38 for likely to make read who made 

40-41 for there seems no reason to doubt .... in 1637. read (cf. articles by Mr. 

John M. Robertson in Scottish Leader, Nov. 1889 and 17 Feb. 1890). 

113 ii 19f.e. Gell, Sir John : for John Gell read Thomas Gell 

I8f.e. for Millicent Sacheverell read Millicent, daughter of Ralph Sacheverell 

18-12 for In 1612 he married read On 22 Jan. 1609, when only sixteen, he married 

fe. 

114 ii 23 /.e. after ii. 559). insert His younger brother, Thomas (1594-1656), recorder and 

M.P. for Derby, served under John during the Civil War in 1645 (cf. 
Beliquary, vol. xi. p. 225). 

115 ii 3 Gell, Eobert : for {d. 1665) read (1595-1665) 

4 befare was a member insert bom on 19 Feb. 1594-5 (Sloane MS. 1707, f. 13) 

at Frindsbury, Kent, 
5-8 for He appears to have been educated .... Cambridgeshire, read He was 

educated at Westminster School, and proceeded with a king's scholarship 
to Christ's College, Cambridge, where he matriculated as sizar in 1615. 
He graduated B.A. 1617-8, M.A. 1621, B.D. 1628, and D.D. 1641, being 
fellow of Christ's from 1623 till after 1688. 
17 for his death on 25 March 1665 read his death at Pampisford on 20 March 

1664-5 and after 1665. insert He married about 1644 a lady owning 
property at Pampisford, in Cambridgeshire, and his widow (Elizabeth) died 
there, 12 Sept. 1668, leaving a daughter, Elizabeth, who erected an altar 
tomb to her parents in Pampisford churchyard in 1674. Gell left his books 
to Christ's and Queens' Colleges, with money ' to buy books,' to those founda- 
tions, as well as to the king's scholars of Westminster. 
Gell, Sir "William : for Boumabashi read Bounabashi 

Gent, Sir Thomas : for Corpus Christi College read Christ's College, where one 
' Gent ' matriculated as a pensioner in 1548, 
for 1506 read 1586 
Gent, Thomas : for eighty-seventh read eighty-sixth 

I Geoffrey (d. 1098) : for archbishop read bishop 

Geoffrey (d. 1212) : for Raine read Dixon and Raine 
George I : for 1674 read 1694 

for 7 May read 7 May 1714 
for 1 Aug. read 1 Aug. 1714 
George III : for Briton (twice) read Britain 
George IV : for see Rawdox, Francis read see Hastings, Francis Rawdon 

after suddenly died, insert He was buried in St. George's Chapel, Windsor. 
life. George, Prince of Denmark : for Sherburne read Sherborne 
for against read for 
Gerard, Sir Gilbert : for 8 Oct. read 8 Nov. 
12 for 21 July read 28 July 

224 i 4 Gerard, John (1682-1654) : for 'Quarterly Review,' March 1886, 7ca<Z * English 
Historical licview,' Oct. 1888, 
ii 85 Gerard, Richard: for Hansly read Hansby 
S86 i 16-16 Germain, George S.. Ist Viscount Sackville: omit at the age of seventy-four, 
261 i I2f.e. Gibbons, Grinling: affrr the text inaert Cf. Audit Oflice Declared Accounts in 
Public Record Oliico (giving prices of various works) 
2/.e. Gibbons, John : for cathedral church read collegiate trhurch 
280 ti 11 Gibson, John (1790-1860) : for he won read John Gibson won 

290 ii «-4/.e. Giflard, Sir Ambrose H. : for Norton read Morton 

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Weston-sub-Edge 
Giffard, John, Lord GifFard of Bromsfield : after Prince Edward there insert in 

March 1264 
Giifard, Stanley L. : omit of cancer 

Gifford, George (<Z. 1620) : after ii, 201). insert He took no degree at Oxford and 
seems to have graduated B.A. (1569-70) and M.A. (1573) from Christ's College, 
Cambridge. It is probable that he is the George Gifford who, aged 30, was or- 
dained by the bishop of London both deacon and priest in Dec. 1578. 
Gifford, Gilbert : for Achin read Anchine 
Gifford, William (1756-1826) : for Halsworthy read Halsbury 

for an elegy beginning read an elegy of which the second line runs 
Gilbart, James W. : for and in Spain at Rio de Janeiro, read at Rio de Janeiro and 

in Spain. 
Gilbert of Sempringham : after Bollington insert near Wragby 
Gilbert, Davies : for Richard Telford read Thomas Telford 
Gilbert, Sir Geoffrey : for Remington 7'ead Runnington 
Gilbert, George : for (1559 ? read (1555 

for about 1559 and read in 1555, and Avas grandson of William Gilbert of 
Clare, Suffolk (cf. Vincent's Grants of Arms, vol. ii. 380, in library of 
College of Arms) 
330 i 33 Gilbert, John {ji. 1680): for had a charge in Peterborough read was vicar of St. 
John the Baptist in Peterborough 
Gilbert, John (1693-1761) : for 63 read G8 
Gilbert, Thomas (1720-1798) : for George Craufurd read Lieutenant-Colonel 

George Craufurd 
Gilderdale, John : for Essex read Yorkshire 
Gill, William J. : for 1881) read 1882) 
for Baker read Baber 
for 1881 read 1882 
Gillespie, Thomas : for the extended read the erroneously extended 
Gillies, Robert P. : add to works 16. ' Ranulph de Rohais : a Romance of the 

Twelfth Century,' 3 vols., 1830, 8vo. 
Gilpin, Sawrey : for Gilbert read Gilpin 
17 f.e. Girtin : for Mr. Henderson read Mr. Henderson's son 
Glanvili, Joseph : for 1675 read 1655 
Glanville, Gilbert de : for Stroud read Strood 
Glazebrook, James : for Glasebrook read Glazebrook 
Glemham, Sir Thomas : 07nU According to Wood 
for he read He and omit gentleman 
after Trinity College insert which he entered in 1610 
Glendower, Owen : for 9 Sept. read 9 July 
for was read was not 
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4 i 4 Glover, Sir John H. : for Rev. John Glover read Rev, Frederic Robert Augustus 
Glover 
17 i 6-7 Glynne, Sir John : for Lindercombe read Sinder combe 
21 i 3 Goad, Thomas (1576-1638) : for previously read in 1621 
39 i 30-31 Godley, John R. : for C. G. Nynne, Esq., of Vodas, Denbighshire, read C. G. 

Wynne, Esq., of Voelas, Carnarvon, in 1846. 
44 i 9 Godolphin, Sidney, 1st Earl of Godolphin : for to hang him read to behead him 

49 i n f.e. Godric : for Raine read Stevenson 

16 /.e. for 1845 read 1847 

50 i 33-35 Godsalve, Sir John : for Blomefield . . . Kensington Palace, read A fine drawing 

of Godsalve, by Holbein, is in the royal collection at Windsor, and was reproduced 
by Bartolozzi. 
Godwin, Mrs. Mary W. : for 1791 read 1851 
Godwin-Austen, Robert A. C. : for 1854 read 1853 
Goffe, Stephen : after Low Countries, insert He entered at Leyden University 

20 Feb. 1633. 
Goffe, Thomas : for at Salisbury, read and at the theatre in Salisbury Court, 
Goldie, John : for a Jesuit read a Jewish 
Goldsmith, Oliver : for 1771 read 1778 
Gomm, Sir William M. : for 1782 read 1872 
24-25 Goodall, Charlotte : for {fi. 1784-1813) read {d. 1830) 

for From this point traces of Mrs. Goodall disappear, read Mrs. Goodall died 

at Somerstown, London, in July 1830. 

Goodall, Walter : for sixtieth year read fifty-ninth year 

47-48 Goode, William (1801-1868) : omit was first in classics in 1832 

Goodman, Gabriel: for {d. 1620) read [d. 26 May 1560) 

Goodman, Godfrey : for Hartbury read Hartpury 

for Kenerton read Kemerton 
Goodricke, Sir Henry : for Admiral Torrington read Lord Torriugton 
Goodwin, John : for Christ Church Hospital read Christ's Hospital 
Goodwin, Thomas : for Gate read Gale 
Gookin, "Vincent : for There is a copy (perhaps unique) read There are three copies 

in the British Museum and one 
Gordon, Alexander, 4th Duke of Gordon : for (1745 ? read (1743 
for about 1745 read on 18 June 1743 
for 1761 read 1767 
for in 1767 read on 25 Oct. 

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Gordon, Alexander, 4th Duke of Gordon: hefora Andersou'B Scottish Nation 

insert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland, ed. Wood; 
Gordon, George, 4tli Earl of Huntly : fur Margaret read Jane 
Gordon, Henrietta : for in his house read in the house of James Crichton (d. 1650) 

[q. V.J 

Gordon, James B. : omit [q. v.] 

Gordon, Sir John, Ist Viscount Kenmure : for in 1721 read about 1027 
Gordon. Sir John W. : for (1805 read (1814 
for in 1805 read on 4 Nov. 1814 
for 1823 read 1833 and for twenty read ten 
Gordon, Lucie : for Brandenborg read Brandenburg 
Gordon, Osborne : omit double 

for to the university read in Christ Church 

for he succeeded read he served as one of the proctors and succeeded 
omit proctor in the university and 
for on the board of read one of the 
for houses read heads of houses 

for t he board of commissioners read the Royal Commission 
for nafx<pi\iov read Uaix<pi\ov 
Gordon, Robert (1580-1661) : omit In the edition of 1055 ... in uncomplimentary 
terms. 

260 ii 4-6 Gosse, Philip Henry : for who helped him to embody them ... in two volumes. 
read who embodied them in his handsome work (in two volumes) on the subject 
in 1886. 

262 i 29 GoBSet, Isaac (1785 ?-1812) : for 16 Dec. read 12 Dec. 

263 i 21 /.e. Gosson, Stephen : foi- (1555 read (1554 

20 /.e. for born in 1555, read baptised at St. George's, Canterbury, April 17, 1554, 

was son of Cornelius Gosson and 
269 i 16 /.e. Gouge, Robert : for (1681 ? read (1630 

life. for 11 March 1646-7 read 8 June 1647 

10-3 for Robert Gooch, .... his early education, read Robert Gouge, bom at 

f.e. Chelmsford, and having been educated there, was admitted at the age of 

seventeen a sizar of the college. Another entry in the college registers 
records the admission on 11 March 1646-7 of one Robert Gooch of Great 
Yarmouth, with whom the independent divine has been wrongly confused. 
277 i 1-4 Gough, John {fi. 1570) : omit He revised and edited with a preface . . . Wycliflfe's 
translation of the Bible. 
Gough, Strickland: for [fl. 1780-1751) read (d. 1752) 
omit not earlier than 1715 
after parish, insert He died on 13 Dec. 1752. 
Oouldman, Francis: for Prebendary John Boys's >V(fr/ the work by Prebendary 

John Bois [q. v.] entitled 
Gower, Henry : for Monckton read Monkton 
Gower, John : umit lost. It is described as 
omit also stated to be 

for The work Ims disappeared and left no trace, mid The * Speculum Medi- 
tantis,' which was long believed to have disappeared, is clearly identical with 
the * Mirour de rOmine,' a French poem of some thirty thousand lines, 
which was discovered by Mr. G. C. Macaulay in a manuscript in the Cam- 
bridge University Library and was printed by him in his edition of Gower's 
works. A few pages are missing at the beginning of the manuscript. 
808 i IB f.e. /or and Cressida rear/, with Cressida 

811 ii 26 /.e. Grafton, Richard: after the printer of insert the first book of Homilies in 1647 
and 

^^* " 22 f.e. i ^*^»™» George (1675-1761) : for 1675 read 1678 

818 i 25 Graham, James, 1st Marquis of Montrose : /or Henry read (Sir) Jobn Urry 

[q. V.J 

Graham, Thomas, Lord Lynedoch : omit College 

for Sir Robert D()Uj,'laH [q. v.] read Sir Kenneth Douglas [q. v.] 
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363 ii 22 Graham, William, 7tli Earl of Monteith : after payment, insert But this was 

never paid. 
389 ii 21 f.e. Grant, Sir James (1788-1811) : after Seafield. insert He was admitted fellow- 
commoner of Christ's College, Cambridge, in 1756, and graduated M.A. next 
year. 
for Seafield read Seaforth 
Grascome, Samuel : for {ib. read (Hasted's Kent 
for [Dr. Grove] read [Dr. Kobert Grove, q. v.] 
after pulled off ' insert 1704 
after England Man ' insert 1702 
after Church ' insert 1719 

after Englishmen ' insert 1699 and after Contrivances ' insert 1693 
Grattan, Henry : for Blackford read Blachford 
Graves, Thomas, Lord Graves : for De Grasse read Sir Samuel Hood 
Graves, Sir Thomas : after active service, insert The Foudroyant carried his flag 

in the Bay of Biscay from Oct. 1804 to Feb. 1805 [see Nesham, Christopher]. 
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"S.B.—f.e. stands for/rom end and 1,1. for last line 
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2 ii 7 Gray, Andrew (1633-1656): /or twentieth reatZ twenty-first 
4 ii lif.e. Gray, Charles : for the royal navy read the marines 

9 i 19-20 Gray, Sir John : for He entered the medical profession .... degree of M.D., and 
read He graduated M.D. and master in Surgery at Glasgow University on 
24 April 1839 and 
17 i 30 Gray, Robert (1809-1872) : for Saltburn read Easington 



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Gray, Thomas (1716-1771) : for Browne read Brown 

24 ii 20 for 1758 read 1757 

26 i 9 f.e. for niece read cousin 

27 i 10 for Captandi ' read Cogitandi ' 

33 ii 13 Greatorex, Thomas: for Dr. C. Law read Dr. E. Law 

7 f.e. for Westminster Abbey read the cloisters of Westminster Abbey 

37 i 22 f.e. Greaves, Sir Edward: for 279 read 302 

9 f.e. for 225 and 279, i. 18 read 51 and 802 

53 i 27 Green, Thomas (1658-1788) : for Dr. Castle read Dr. Stanley 

56 i 14 Green, Thomas H. : for brother read sister 

64 ii l.l. Greene, Maurice : for Chrysaxde read Chbysander 

66 i 7 f.e. Greene, Richard ; for near Gloucester read Gloucestershire 

74 i 16 Greene, Robert (1678 ?-l730) : for 1689 read 1699 

77 i 16 Greenfield, William : for Polygotta read Polyglotta 

83 i 49-50 Greenwell, Sir Leonard: for Cranford read Crauford 

89 i 6 f.e. Gregg, John : for Ross read Gregg 

92 i l.l. Gregory, Barnard : for Lunenburg read Liineburg 

97 i 20 Gregory, Francis : for 'OvofM^iKhv read 'OvofiaariKhi/ 

102 ii 24 Gregory, John 1 1724-1773) : for aged 49 read in his 49th year 

104 i 23 Gregory, William (J. 1520) : for 1518 read 1528 
80 /or 1918 read 1819 

109 ii l:j Grenfell, John P. : omit probably 

110 i 82-36 Grenfell, Pascoe : for he became the head .... Buckinghamshire, read he con- 

nected himself with Thomas Williams of Temple House, Gt. Marlow, then 
occupied with the development of the industries of Anglesey and Cornwall, 
and tlie largest manufacturer of the products of those districts in the 
kingdom. Grenfell soon became principal managing partner of these 
concerns, and having purchased Taplow House, was cliosen parliamentary 
representative, on the death of Williams, in 1802 for Great Marlow, Buck- 
inghamshire, 
for 1868 read 1818 

Grenville, Sir Bevil : for 1702) recul 1708) 

Grenville, George : for first earl read second earl 
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121 ii 14 f.r. Grenville, John, Earl of Bath : for G^en^^lle read Granville 
128 i 86 Grenville, Sir Richard : foi- Vercera read Tercera 

130 ii 89 Grenville, Bichard P. T. N. B. C, 2nd Duke of Buckingham : for Ashburton read 
Ashbumham 

182 ii 2 Grenville, Thomas (1755-1846) : for second son read third son 
151 i 5 Gresham, Sir Thomas : for Bishopsgate read Basinghall 

156 i 11 Greswell, Edward : for 1816 read 1819 

159 i 10 Greville, Sir Fulke, 1st Lord Brooke : after who insert was knighted in 1505 

11-12 omit was knighted in 1005 

12 for the following year read 1606 

160 i 1 for de le read dalle 

162 ii .U. after 1595-1628 ; insert Lord Cowper's MSS. in Hist. Comm. 12th Rep. 

pts. i,-iii ; 
175 i 1 Grey, Charles, 2nd Earl Grey : /or Sir Harry Grey rfifl^Z Sir Henry Grey 
181 i 34 Grey, Edmund, 1st Earl of Kent : for Henry III read Henry VII 
ii 25 Grey, Elizabeth, Countess of Kent : for step-sister read wife 

183 ii 5-6 Grey, Sir George : for Charles Grant (1778-1866) [q. v.]. read Thomas Spring-Rice, 

afterwards Baron Monteagle [q. v.]. 
26-27 for till the fall of Lord Melbourne in 1841. read till June 1841, when he 

became for a few months chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster, 
87 for 1845 read 1846 

184 i 9 f.e. for 1862 read 1861 

5 f.e. for Lord Palmerston read Earl Russell 

186 i 15/.^'. Grey, Henry, Duke of Suffolk : for Henry Keys read Thomas Keys 
188 ii 88 Grey, Henry, 1st Earl of Stamford : for 23 Aug. read 21 Aug. 

192 ii 13 Grey, John de, 3rd Baron Grey of Codnor : for and grandson read a grandson 

193 i 17 Grey, John, Earl of Tankerville : for 24 Oct. read 25 Oct. 

33 after Cotentin insert In August he was serving at the siege of Rouen under 

the Earl of Salisbury, 
50-52 omit He served at the siege of ... . Camden Soc). 

197 ii 22 /.e. Grey, Reginald de, 3rd Lord Grey of Ruthin : for 1891 read 1889 
19 f.e. for the ninth baron read third baron 

17 f.e. for great-grandson read great -great-grandson 

16 ff. for eighth baron Hastings {d. 1318) read second baron Hastings (1262- 

1818) [q.v.J 
12 f.e. for son read brother 

9 f.e. for gules a manche or read or a maunche gules 

200 i 23 Grey, Richard, 4th Baron Grey of Codnor : for Argeutain in Aquitaine read 
Argentan in Normandy 
29 for 1435 read 1445 

216 i 18 fc. Grey, William de, Lord Walsingham: for Wyndham read Windham 

16/.!?. for Christ's College read Trinity Hall 

234 i 8 Griffith, Matthew : after pt. ii. p. 83). insert Migrating to Cambridge, he graduated 

M.A. from Christ's College in 1621. 
284 ii 12 f<jr Queen Anne read Queen Anne of Denmark 

23b ii 2-4 Griffith, Sir Richard John: /<;r his second wife .... Burgh [q. v.],read his Erst 

wife. Charity, daughter of John Bramston, Esq., of Oundle, 
249 i 87 Orimald, Nicholas : after refectory insert (cf . Tanner, MS. 106, f. 43) 

ii 20 /.e. after yointfi of interest. »?wW He published •Christus Redivivus Comoedia 

Tragica Sacra ' at Cologne in 1548 (pnnted by Martin Gymnicus) : one 
copy is in tlie library at Wolfonbilttel ; a second is at Berlin ; a third be- 
longs to Prof. J. M. Hart of Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. Prof. 
Hart reprinted his copy in the publications of the Modern Language- 
Association of America, 1899. 
9f.e. for the piece's read the two pieces' 

IMJ omit Grimald is also credited .... no copy is now known 

f.e. 
2.j0 i 80 for Grimioaldum read Grimoalduro 

255 ii 17/./'. Orimshawe, Thomas 8. : for Coldwell Priory read Caldwell Priory 
258 i 9f.e. Grimston, Sir Harbottle : for 1628 read 1648 
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Grindal, Edmund : after Christ's College, insert where he was scholar in 1536-7, 

for 1541 read 1551 
Grisoni, Giuseppe : after Cibber, insert (now at the Garrick Club) 
Grosvenor, Sir Thomas : for 1705 read 1705-6 
20 f.e. Gruffydd ab Llewelyn : for Llewelyn read Llywelyn 
Guidott, Thomas : for Addit. MS. read Sloane MS. 
Guildford, Sir Richard : for 1458 read 1485 
Gully, James M. : for Two years read Three years 

Gumble, Thomas : after biographer insert for some time vicar of Chipping 
Wycombe, Bucks (cf. Lamb MSS. Aug. 972, p. 79 ; Price, the King's Bestaura- 
tion, p. 35) 

340 i 23 Gundulf : for the archbishop read the monks under the influence of the arch- 

bishop 

341 i 88-39 for really belongs to the fifteenth century, read is composed of rough slabs 

of stone with neither inscription nor moulding to mark its age, 
for It is said that a large Bible .... and which contained read Gundulf's 
Bible, formerly at Amsterdam, and more recently in Sir Thomas Phillipps's 
collection, contains 
Gunning, Peter : for Lord Hatton read Lord Hatton's son 
Gunning, Sir Robert : for xliv. 400 read 10 Kep. App. p. 400 
Guy of Warwick : o)7iit daughter of Siward of Wallingford 

for Early in Edward I's reign read In 1268 
Guyse, John : for was ordained read began to preach 

for He was chosen assistant to read He sometimes assisted 
for on his death soon afterwards, read in the charge 27 Sept. 1705. 
before John Conder's insert Urwick's Nonconformity in Hertfordshire, 
pp. 542 et seq. ; 
Haast, Sir John F. G. von : for governor-general read surveyor-general 
Hack, Maria : for 1778 ? read 1777 

fur Chichester, Sussex, about 1778, read at Carlisle on 16 Nov. 1777. Her 
father was John Barton of that city ; her mother's maiden name was 
Maria Done, and a younger brother was Bernard Barton, a friend of 
Charles Lamb. On 7 Nov. 1800 she married, at Tottenham, Stephen Hack, 
merchant of Chichester. Her eldest son, John Barton Hack, was an early 
settler in Adelaide ; a daughter, Margaret, married T. Gates Darton, the 
publisher, and was author of ' The Earth and its Inhabitants.' On her 
husband's death she removed to Southampton, and . with some of her 
cliildren joined the church of England {Athenauvif 24 Dec. 1892). 
Hackston, David : for Scottish read Cobbett's 

Haddan, Arthur W. : for William Henry Guillemard [q. v.] read Henry Peter 
Guillemard 
for voted for read supported 
Hadley, John: for In early manhood he was already skilled read He must be dis- 
tinguished from an older John Hadley who was also skilled 
after granted him ' insert in 1693 
for Hadley read the younger Hadley 
Haigh, Thomas: for the overture .... flute read 'Lodoiska' for flute (see 
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HAILE S HARRIOT T 

N.B.— /.I?, stands toxfrom end and 1.1. for last line 

List of Writers: for W. H. . . . W. Haines read W. H— s . . . W. Haines 

Haines, William : for the Earl of Stanhope read Earl Stanhope 

Hakewill, John : omit [q. v.] 

Haldimand, Sir Frederick : for 1853 read 1888 

Hale, Sir Matthew : for Magdalen College read Magdalen Hall 

Hales, Sir Edward, titular Earl of Tenterden : for lord Weston read lord Wotton 

Hales, John {d. 1571) : omit He was clerk . . . Edward VI. 

for Later in the reign . . . Strasburg read On Somerset's fall Hales fled 

from England and in 1552 was at Strasburg 
before He returned insert His property was confiscated in 1557. 
omit Hales was restored . . . Cal. Dom. i. 125-6). 
for 1560 read 1564 

after Christopher, insert Hales has been confused by Strype and subsequent 
writers with the John Hales who was clerk of the hanaper under Henry 
VIII, Edward VI, Mary, and Elizabeth {The Dom,esday of Inclosures, ed. 
Leadam, 1897, p. 5, note 6) 
Hales, Stephen : for 195 read 198 
Halihnrton, Thomas C. : for 1825 read 1823 
for 1839 read 1840 
for 1843 read 1852 
for 1848 read 1853 
for 1843 read 1849 
for 1843 read 1854 
for 1850 read 1851 
for Wool read Wood 
Halkett, Lady Anne : for Lady Anne or Anna read Anne or Anna, Lady 
Hall, Arthur : for John Hall read Francis Hall 

Hall, Sir James : after 1776. insert He entered Christ's College, Cambridge, in 
1777, but took no degree. 
74 i Wf.e. Hall, John (1739-1797): after churchyard, twseri He married Mary de Gilles, of 
Huguenot descent, and was father of George William Hall, master of Pembroke 
College, Oxford (1770-1843), and of Julia, wife of Rann Kennedy [q. v.]. 
Hallam, Henry : for Philips read Thomas Phillips 
Halley, Edmund : for Dr. Sykes read Dr. Sike 

fur Professor Rigaud read Stephen Jordan Rigaud, bishop of Antigua 
Halliday, Michael F. : after Wimbledon insert in 1862 

Halliwell-Phillipps, James 0.: for but the order excluding . . . not rescinded. 
read On 12 June 1846 the British Museum authorities informed Halli- 
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Halli well-Phillips, James 0. : for aged 69 read in his sixty-ninth year 
forihnt read and although 

for and it was never conferred, read it was conferred in 1888. 
Hamilton, Alexander (d. 1782) : for {d. 1732) read {d. 1732 ?) 
Hamilton, James, 2nd Earl of Arran : for second read third 
for first wife read second wife 
fur 1554 read 1544 
Hamilton, James, 1st Duke of Hamilton : for eighteenth year read nineteenth 
year 
for 1636 read 1631 
Hamilton, James (/. 1640-1680) : for 1666 read 1662 

for 1738 read 1736 
Hamilton, John (1511 ?-1571) : after together insert in facsimile ^ 

omit by authority of the Church of Scotland 
Hamilton, Sir John (1755-1885) : for eighty-two read eighty 
Hamilton, Patrick : for T. B. Johnston of Cairnie read T. P. Jolmston of Cambee 
. Hamilton, Sir Robert N. C. : for R. T. E. Holmes's read T. R. E. Holmes's 
Hamilton, Thomas, Ist Earl of Haddington : for Drumcaime read Drumcaim 
Hamilton, Thomas, 9th Earl of Haddington : for Michael Borough read the 
borough of Michael or Michell 
228 ii 9 Hamilton, William (1755-1797) : for 1722 read 1792 
15 for Faust read Fannet 

237 ii 14 f.e. Hamilton, Sir William R. : for Quartemions ' read Quaternions ' 

238 1 14 I Hamley, Edward : for 1837 read 1834 

15 for second son read elder son 

241 i 27 Hammond, Edmund, Lord Hammond: for 1882, in succession to Palmerston, read 
1852, in succession to Lord Granville, 

244 ii 8-9 Hammond, Henry : for Bloxam's ' Register of Magdalen College.' read Keble's 

' Miscellaneous Poems,' 1869, p. 216. 

245 ii 35 for Christian read Christmas 

247 ii 16 /.e. Hammond, John (1551-1617) : for (1551-1617) read (d. 1617) 

life. omit in 1551 

264 ii 19 Hampden, John, the younger : for On his deathbed read In 1688 (eight years 
before his death) 
23 before printed insert two copies in Sloane MS. 3299, ff. 188, 185, 

27 f.e. Hampson, John : for 1748 read 1784 

Hanbury, William : for 1770 read 1777 
Hanmer, Sir Thomas : for 1810 read 1710 

for sixty-eighth read sixty-ninth 
Hanna, Samuel : for 1880 read 1808 
Hannibal, Thomas : for Sloane MS. read Cotton MS. 
Hansen, Edward H. : o77iit Codex A.B.C.D.Z. et Sinaiticus. 
Harcourt, Edward : for burnt down read injured by fire 
Harcourt, Robert : for DoUesquebe read Dessequebe [i.e. the Essequibo] 

for fourth son read third son 
Harcourt, Sir Simon : for earl of Orford read earl of Oxford 
Harcourt, Simon, 1st Viscount Harcourt : for Slebeck read Slebech 
Harcourt, William, 3rd Earl Harcourt: for St. Leonard's Kallread St. Leonard's 

Hill 
Hardham, John : for p. 69 read i. 69 

Harding, Mrs. A. : for Mrs. A. (1779-1858), read Mrs. Anne Raikes (1780- 
1858, 
for 1779, read 1780, married Thomas Harding, a merchant at Bristol and 
for at the house read at Boulogne, at the house 
for Kynaston Groves, read William Kynaston Groves. 
Harding, Thomas : for Beckington, Somersetshire, read Comb Martin, Devon- 
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843 ii 1 Hardinge, Sir Henry, 1st Viscount Hardinge : for sketching near the Prussian 
position read in attendance on Bliicher 
49-50 for July to December 1834. read December 1884 to April 1835. 

5 f.e. for early in 1844 read May 1844 

345 ii 20 for the present viscount, born 12 Sept. 1822, read second viscount (1822- 

1894), 
350 i 18 Hardwick, Philip : for survives read died 27 Jan. 1892 
362 ii 20-22 Hardyng, John : omit With his master he ... . there. Very soon 
23 for afterwards read Afterwards 

25 for and read was present at the battle of Shrewsbury in July 1403, and 

witnessed Hotspur's death there. Hardyng 

865 i 21 f.e. Hare, Francis : after Hoadly. insert Butler wrote a * Letter of thanks to Dr. Hare 

for his sermons at Putney,' iri which Hoadly was attacked, 
ii 3 \ 

5 [ for Vatche read Vache 

85 ) 

8 for 1721 read 1781 

16 f.e. after his death, insert The younger Francis Hare died without issue in 

1775. 
15-13 otnit and a third, Richard, was father of James Hare [q. v.] 

fe. 

866 ii 6/.e. Hare, Henry, 2nd Lord Coleraine : for Portman read Potman 

869 i 38-39 Hare, James : omit and liis grandfather was Bishop Francis Hare [q. v.] 
373 ii 28 Hare, Robert : for father read grandfather 
376 i 8/.e. Harford, John S. : omY eldest 

ii 37 for visitor read sub-visitor 

381 ii 7 Hargreaves, James : for Epinasse's read. Espinasse's 

884 ii 20-19 Harington, Henry (1727-1816) : for in Bath Abbey, read in the chancel of Kelston 

f.e. Church. 

885 ii 11-12 Harington, Sir John : fur Christ's College, Cambridge, ... his tutor John Still, 

read King's College, Cambridge. It is possible that he afterwards migrated to 
Trinity College. He acknowledged much indebtedness to John Still, master of 
Trinity (from May 1577) and 

892 ii 5-6 Harley, Sir Edward (1624-1700) : /or Red Marley rear? Redmarley 

393 ii 13-14 for Essington read Eastington 

894 i 19 Harley, Edward (1664-1735) : for Essington read Eastington 

899 ii n f.e. Harley, Robert, Ist Earl of Oxford : for Essington read Eastington 

401 i 24 for Dewes read Dawes 

405 ii 7-8 for Whitley Court read Witley Court 

416 i 35 Harness, William : for at Cambridge read in London 
14 /.e. for learned and tenable read and learned 

ii 30 omit a 

429 i 19 f.e. Harper, Sir William: after St. Aubyn insert (Lord St. Levan) 

430 ii 18 f.e. Harpsfield, John : after death ; ' insert (first published in 1547 in ' The First Book 

of Homilies appointed to be read in Churches ') 

431 ii 3/.e. Harpsfield, Nicholas : for 1662 read 1622 

437 ii 20-21 Harriot, Thomas : for St. Mary's Hall, read St. Mary Hall, 
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22-23 for the same county read Wiltshire 

7 ii 37 Harris, James (1709-1780) : after death insert his son James Harris serving with 

him as junior member from 1770 to 1774 and from Sept. 1780 till his death in the 
following December 

8 ii 22 Harris, James, 1st Earl of Malmesbury : for Since 1770 he had been M.P, read 

From 1770 until he was called to the upper house in 1788 he was M.P. 
18 i 9/.e. Harris, John (1667 ?-1719) : /or (1667 ? rea^ (1666 ? 

7-3 for about 1667, .... Graduati, 1787, p 180). read about 1666, was son of 

f.e. Edward Harris, and was scholar of Trinity College, Oxford, from 1684 to 

1688. 
14 ii 6 after ii. 282). insert Goddard presented to Thomas Warton a fragment of 

Harris's autobiography, which is now in the library of Trinity College, 
Oxford, and is partially printed in Blakiston's ' Hist. Trin. Coll., Oxford,' 
pp. 172-6. 
23 i 9 Harris, Robert (1581-1658) : for Lyson read Lyster 
25 i 7-6 Harris, Walter (1647-1732) : for twice (1699 and 1707) read four times (1699, 

f.e. 1707, 1713, and 1726) 

35 i 37-38 Harrison, John (1693-1776) : for mechanician read horologist 
41 i 8 Harrison, Thomas {fi. 1658) : for {fl. 1658) read (1619-1682) 

49 ii 28 Harrison, William (1813-1868) : after sons insert —William Harrison, rector of 
Clovelly, N. Devon {d. 1897), who married Mary St. Leger, youngest daughter of 
Charles Kingsley (' Lucas Malet '), and ClifEord Harrison, a professional reciter 
{d. 1904) 
68 ii 28 Hartley, David (1732-1818) : for eighty-fourth read eighty-second 
72 ii 6 f.e. Hartlih, Samuel : for their read his 

78 i 14 /.e. for [1650]. read [1652] ; this is the second edition, prepared for the press by 

Hartlib, of a work by Sir Richard Weston, which originally appeared in 
1645. 
75 i 19-20 Hartshorne, Charles H. : for from 1825 to 1828 read until 1828 
85 ii 6 Harvey, Gabriel; for the possession of Pembroke College read in the British 

Museum (Sloane MS. 93) 
89 ii Harvey, Sir Henry : for L'Orient read Lorient 

97 i 15 f.e. Harvey, William (1578-1657) : for Lenox read Lennox 

98 ii 89-40 for Burwash in Sussex, read Burmarsh, Romney Marsh, Kent, 

102 i 11 f.e. Harwood, Sir Edward : after colonel insert descendant of a Lincolnshire family, 
104 ii 22 Harwood, Isabella : for Heirn read Heir 
112 i 14 f.e. Hastings, Sir Edward : for Hastings read Pembroke 

121 i life. Hastings, Francis Rawdon, 1st Marquis of Hastings: for Machline read 
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Hastings, George, Ist Earl of Huntingdon : for Moore read More 

Hastings. John, 2nd Baron Hastings : for Thomas read William 

Hastings, John, 2nd Earl of Pembroke : fm- who read and and for 1889 read 

1389 
Hastings, Laurence, 1st Earl of Pembroke : for 13 Feb. read 13 Oct. 
Hastings, Selina, Countess of Huntingdon : for same year she appointed read 
preceding year (1747) she had appointed 
11 /.e. Hastings, Warren : for 6 Dec. read 6 Dec. or 18 Dec. (N. S.) 

for the widow of a Captain Campbell, read the widow of Captain John 
Buchanan of Calcutta, being daughter, apparently, of Colonel C. P. Scott, 
commanding at Fort William (cf. Proc. Asiatic Soc. of Bengal, July 1899, 
p. 79). 
for council read counsel 
Hastings, William, Lord Hastings : for Niddleham read Middleham 
13/.*'. Haughton, Sir Graves C. : for 1853 read 1835 
Hauteville, John de : for xiii read xv 

Havelock, Sir Henry : after Lady Havelock, insei-t who died on 25 Aug. 1882, 
Havergal, William H. : oviit in commendani 
Haweis, Thomas : for now read and 

after Chichester insert (1805-1891) 
Hawkins, Edward (1780-1867) : for 13 read 3 
Hawkins, Edward (1789-1882) : for still survives read survived and after him. 

insert Mrs. Hawkins died 14 Jan. 1892. 
Hawkins, William (1673-1746) : for (or possibly .... in the books). rea^Z and was 

called to the bar on 29 June 1707. 
Hawley, Sir Joseph H. : for lOO.OOOZ. read about 48,000Z. 

for really the property of his friend Stanley, read his friend John Massey 
Stanley, afterwards Sir John Stanley Errington, was joint owner (Job 
Marson, the Jockey, received 1,000Z.). 
after losses, insert Wells, the winning jockey on Musjid and Bluegown, had 

already won the same race on Beadsman. 
for he read Hawley 

omit The entire stakes .... Beadsman. 
Hayter, Charles : fm- still survives, read survived till Jmie 1895. 
Hayward, Sir John : for 1600 read 1606 

for mentioned by Lowndes .... now accessible, read is in the chapter 
library at Peterborough. 
Healey, John : for John Healey read an English Mercury e 
after Blount insert and W. Barrett 
omit with the addition * by an English Mercury ' 

for is a copy with the title .... London, n.d. 8vo. read there are three 
copies. 
Heath, Benjamin : /a?- head-master of Eton, read head-master of Harrow 1771-85 ; 

a younger son, George, became head-master of Eton in 1796. 
Heath, Nicholas : fw 1579) read 1578) 

j- for Cobham read Chobham 

for in the beginning of 1579. read at the end of 1578 (Loseley M8S.). 
Heath, Sir Robert ; for Heath himself read Sir John Coke [q. v.] 
for 1603-10, ii. 286 read 1608-42, iv.-vii. 
f(rr 1581 read 1631 
Heber, Reginald : for 1778 read 1772 

for An only child died before him. read He left two daughters (1) Emily, 
married to Algernon Charles, eldest son of the Hon. Hugh Percy, bishop 
of Cailitilo, who took the additional name of Heber, and (2) Harriet, married 
to John Thornton, Esq. 
Heddi : for Hakdda read Headda 

Hedges, Sir William : for Mythe, Gloucestershire, read The Mythe, near Tewkes- 
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374 i 25 Helwys, Sir Gervase : for Henry's read Mayerne's 
80 for 13 Sept. read 15 Sept. 

382 i &f.e. Hemans, Felicia D. : for in Duke Street, Liverpool read at 118 Duke Street, 

Liverpool (where a tablet was unveiled 20 Jan. 1899) 
ii 20 /.e. /or Captain Hemans reacZ Captain Alfred Hemans 

383 ii 22 /.e. for Claude read Claude Lewis (1816-93) 

395 i 30 Henderson, Alexander (1583 ?-1646) : for Grubb's read Grub's 
39r> ii 6 f.e. Henderson, Charles C. : for daughter of John By, read eldest daughter of Charles 
William By, 
5 f.e. for six read seven and after Kennett insert Gregg 

403 i 22 /.e. Henderson, John (1804-1862) : for Enly read Exley 
411 ii 12-13 Hengham, Ralph de : for John ToUemache, esq. read John, Lord ToUemache 

414 ii 86 Henley, John : for Okeham read Oakham 

415 ii 8 before printed insert sometimes 

439 ii ^ f.e. Henry I : /or Dunstaple (Dwnsia^Ze reacZ Dunstable (DMws<a6Ze 
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and was elected bishop of Durham about 1210, but the election was quashed (Le 
Neve, iii. 283 ; Hist. 
Henry III : for i. 21) read ii. 20) 
Henry IV : for 1392 read 1391 

for brother read second cousin 
Henry V : for Chester read London 

for seems to have been absent read was absent 
for In the council held read He returned in June 1404 and 
for 235) read 231-2, 235) 
omit On 22 Sept. the king .... the rebels.' 

before Early in 1406 insert Probably in November 1405 Henry led an expe- 
dition into Scotland in such force that the Scots yielded without fighting 
and a truce was made for a year (Monstbelet, liv. i. c. 35) 
for and captured Aberystwith. read for the siege of Aberystwith. On 
22 Sept. the king wrote from York that he had ' left his first-bom son in 
Wales for the chastisement of the rebels.' 
omit Glendower .... the English 

for In November .... He attended read Aberystwith held out through 
the winter and probably did not surrender till the autumn of 1408. Henry, 
later in 1407, attended 

for Harfleur read Honfleur 

for Bourges read Orleans 

for withdrew to Senlis, read fell back towards Paris, 

for Chronicle, read Chronicle ; 
Henry VI : for 1428 read 1426 

for Whitsunday read Whitsunday 1426 

for March read June 

for (8 May) read (15 May) 
Henry VII : for Stoke-upon-Trent read Stoke, near Newark 

for 1509 read 1609 
Henry VIII : for John Dudley, lord Lisle, afterwards duke of Northumberland 

[q. v.], read Arthur Plantagenet, viscount Lisle [q. v.], 
Henry of Lancaster, Earl of Lancaster : for 1828 read 1808 
Henry of Lancaster, 1st Duke of Lancaster : omit about 1 Nov. 

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110 ii 41-42 Henry Benedict M. C, Cardinal York : for Soon returning to Italy he was read 
The tract is a fabrication and its information untrue. Henry was soon 
for the line read the male line 

for National Gallery read National Portrait Gallery 
Henry of Marlborough : for Heb.' read Hib.' 
Henry, William (d. 1768) : after 4486, imert (edited by Sir Charles King, bart. 

It was printed in Dublin in 1898) 
Hensey, Florence : after 1714. insert He was son of Florence Hensey or Henchy 

(d. 1757), of Ballycumcan, co. Clare, and his wife Mary {d. 1748). 
Hepbnm, Francis : for Brecarton read Rickarton 
Hepburn, Patrick, Ist Earl of Bothwell : for Mary read Margaret 
Herbert, Edward, of Cherbury : for he accepted a woman's offer read a woman 
offered 
after breast insert but he declined the kindness 

after are not known, insert A sixth portrait (a bust), assigned to Larkin, is in 
the National Portrait Gallery. 
22 /.e. for It is all in Latin, read In Sloane MS. A. 3957 is a scrivener's transcript 

with a dedication to Herbert's brother George — in the author's autograph, 
dated from Paris in 1622. The book is all in Latin, 
for 1645 read 1638 
for the present Earl of Powis read the third Earl of Powis (1818-1891) 

for Burlington read. Bridlington 
Herbert, George : for 1619 read 1618 

after Ecclesia insert (5 July 1626) 

for was not ordained .... the benefice ; but the read was ordained deacon 

about the same time, and the 
after 1630. insert He was ordained priest 19 Sept. following. 
after also insert an elaborate anonymous memoir published by S.P.C.K. 
1893; 
15 f.e. Herbert, Sir Henry : for second book read second chapter 

Herbert, Mary, Countess of Pembroke: /or (1555 ?-1621), bom probably . . . . 
about 1555, read (1561-1621), bom at Ticknell, near Bewdley, Worcester- 
shire, 27 Oct. 1561, 
omit Shakespeare .... her prime. 
for acceptance read some consideration 
Herbert, Philip, Earl of Montgomery and 4th Earl of Pembroke : for a Scottish 
courtier .... Earl of Holderness read ' one Ramsey,' who is more jjro- 
bably identical with William Ramsay, page of the king's bedchamber, than 
(as has been commonly stated) with Sir John Ramsay, Viscount Hadding- 
ton, and Earl of Holderness. (Cf. Thoms, Anecdotes and Traditio7is, 
Camden Soc. p. 72.) 
Herbert, Sidney, 1st Lord Herbert of Lea : for 1855 read 1856 
Herbert, Thomas (1597-1642 ?) : for sixth read seventh 
Herbert, Sir William, Earl of Pembroke : for Sir Robert read. Sir Roger 
Herbert, William, 3rd Earl of Pembroke: omit In December .... Lord 
Hertford. 
228 i 6-10 for Other parts of the dedication .... Shakespeare's 'Sonnets' read 

Pembroke and his brother knew Shakespeare in his professional capacity 
of a king's ' servant,' or member of James I's company of actors, and, like 
almost all the cultivated nobility, admired Shakespeare's literary genius. 
In Pembroke, as lord chamberlain, the editors of the greatest dramatic 
publication of the day naturally sought the patron of their venture. Tlien- 
is no evidence that Pembroke was Shakespeare's special or personal patron 
or came into any direct personal relations with the poet. No value 
attaches to the suggestion that the dedication of Shakespeare's * Sonnets ' 
by Thomas Thorpe [q. v.], owner of the published manuscript, 
18-43 for his family name— William Herbert .... 1890, passim, and esp. pp. 44-78) 

read what is inaccurately represented to have been his youthful name- 
William Herbert. Being the eldest sou of an earl he was known in 
all relations of life from the hour of his birth until his father's death 
as Lord Herbert. When the * Sonnets,' with this dedication, were 
published in 1009, Pembroke's rank and dignity rendered it practically 
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address which played a prominent part in all dedications to him which are 
extant. Thomas Thorpe, the procurer of the MS. of the ' Sonnets ' for 
purposes of publication, subsequently dedicated two books to Pembroke, 
and approached him there in the conventional tone of exaggerated subser- 
vience. There is no good ground for seeking a clue to the mystery of 
Shakespeare's * Sonnets ' in the publisher's address to Mr. W. H. All the 
arguments which would identify Pembroke with the youth for whom 
Shakespeare in the ' Sonnets ' professes affection may safely be neglected. 
(See Wbiothesley, Henry, 3rd Earl of Southampton, and the ' Life of 
Shakespeare ' by the writer of this article) 
Herd, John : foo- Addit. MS. 1818, art. 5, read Sloane MS. 1818, f. 132, 
Hericke, Sir William: for (1557 read (1562 

for bom at Leicester in 1557. read baptised at St. Martin's, Leicester, 9 Dec. 
1562. 
Heriot, John : for Li 1792 read After 1798 

for In the same year read Previously in 1792 
Herle, Charles : after tract insert by Edward Gee (1613-1660 [q. v.]) 
Heron, Robert (1764-1807) : omit ' Pizarro,' a tragedy, 1799. 
Hervey, Mary, Lady : 077iit probably 

for there is, however .... (Gage, p. 319), but read according to the inscrip- 
tion on her tombstone in Ickworth church (cf . Gage, p. 319, where the year 
is misread 1706). 
for Edith Bellenden read Mary Bellenden 

for to a large family .... qualities which read It was the marked person- 
ality of his brothers and sisters-in-law rather than of her own children 
that 
Hervey, Thomas : for (1698 read (1699 

for a university, no doubt to Cambridge, read Christ Church, Oxford, 
omit apparently 
Heslop, Luke : for 87 read 86 
Heydon, Sir Henry : for Solery read Sollars 
Heylyn, Peter : for grandnephew read second cousin 

Heylyn, Rowland : for The names .... born in 1562. 7'ead He was son of David 
Heylyn of Shrewsbury by his wife, Alice, and was grandson of Robert 
Heylyn of the same place. The Heylyns of Alderton, Shropshire, were 
his cousins (see Visitation of Shropshire for 1623). His mother, on liis 
father's death, married Thomas Puller of Shrewbury, by whom she had a 
son, Abraham Puller. Rowland, born at Shrewsbury in 1562, was admitted 
to the free school there in 1571. 
after Alice insert (daughter of Richard Aldworth, of Reading) 
for the grandson read the second cousin 
for Heylyn's brother read Heylyn 
Heywood, Jasper: for the elector of Bavaria, Duke William, read. Duke William 
of Bavaria, 

Hibbert, Robert : for Ballard Nembhard read John Frederic Nembhard 

Hickes, George : for a private chapel of Bishop Turner of Ely at Enfield read' 
the oratory of Bishop White of Peterborough at Southgate 

Higden, William : for [anon.] read (sometimes ascribed to Higden, but more pro- 
bably by Samuel Grascome [q. v.]) 

Higgins, Godfrey: for Haddam Castle, Northumberland read Hoddam Castle, 
Dumfriesshire 

Higham, Thomas : for 1796 read 1795 

for line engraver under the Findens, read, pupil of Greig, 
Highmore, Nathaniel : for entered at Trinity College, Oxford, in 1632, read was 

scholar of Trinity College, Oxford, 1682-9, 
Highton, Henry : /or Mitchell read Michel 
Hildersam, Arthur : for 1567 read 1576 

for 1580 read Oct. 1588 
Hildesley, Mark : for Henry, viscount St. John, read Henry St. John, 
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and left his estate to his nephew Samuel Hill, second Baron Masham 
(see Masham, Abigail ; cf. Gent. Mag. 1735, p. S3; Wright's iJssex, ii. 
848). 
36 Hill, Sir Eichard : for St. Mary's Hall read St. Mary Hall 
6f.e. Hill, Sir Rowland (1492 ?-ir>(M) : for 1761 read 1561 

18f.e. Hill, Rowland, Ist Viscount Hill: after 1812. insert He was himself wounded. 
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2 ii l.l. Hindmarsh, Robert : Note that ' The Trial of the Spirits ' was not by Hindniarsh, 

but was an attack on his * Vindication of Swedenborg ' by the Bev. William 
Ettrick of High Barns, near Sunderland. 

3 ii 9 Hinds, Samuel : for failing health read domestic circumstances 
12 i 7 Hirst, William : for Vellour read Vellore 

14 ii 17 Hislop, Sir Thomas : for 79 read 78 

19 ii 4 Hoadly, Benjamin: /or Poor read le Poer 

85 i 19-17 Hobart, Robert, 4th Earl of Buckinghamshire : for He continued to hold office 

f.e. .... in which year read In June 1804 

15-13 for but resigned with Sidmouth in 1805 .... the Melville affair, read He 

f.e. resigned with Addington in May 1804. 

12 f.e. for rejoined read joined 

10 f.e. for from 14 Jan. . . . 1805, read on 14 Jan. 1805, but with Sidmouth re- 

signed in the following July, in consequence of Pitt's attitude over the 
Melville affair. 

9 f.e. for and from read From 

46 ii 15 /.e. Hobhouse, Sir Benjamin: owzi^ wheat 

48 ii 53-54 Hobhouse, John C, Baron Broughton : for Horse Guards read House of Lords 
59 ii 85 Hodges, Edward R. : for (1825 read (1840 

14 f.e. for the article read an article 

18 f.e. omit in the ' Encyclopaedia Britannica ' 

4/.e. Hodges, Nathaniel : for 13 Sept. read 14 Sept. (Sloane MS. 1810, f. 447) 
64 ii 14 Hodgkin, Thomas : for John read James 

70 ii 17 Hodgson, John (1757-1846) : for the age of ninety read a great age 
74 ii 80 Hodgson, Mrs. Margaret : for Sharrow read Sharow 
93 ii 11 f.e. Hogarth, William : for Gallomania read Gallophobia 
97 i 1 for Wyndham read Windham 

101 ii 16 Hogg, James (1806-1888) : for a religious though unsectarian read an unsec- 

tarian 
105 i 7 Hogg, Thomas J. : for married read united himself with Mrs. Williams 

JoK " ini'l' \ Holdsworth, Richard : for the Poor read le Poer 
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130 ii 41-2 Holinshed, Raphael : for but the only Holinshed .... at a possible date read 

Of two Holinsheds known there at a possible date one was 

44 after B.A. insert Christ's College 

12, f.e. after of Ascot insert Another Holinshed matriculated from Christ's College 

in May 1544 and was in residence there as a scholar in 1544-5; it is 

probable that he was the chronicler. 

142 i 36 Holland, Henry (1583-1650 ?) : omit the line 

147 ii 19/.^'. Holland, John, Duke of Exeter: for house read church 

14t f.e. for H July read in Aug. and for two months read a month 

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read, was, before her marriage with Holland, another suitor for Joan's hand. 
A contract which she made with Salisbury in Holland's absence was annulled 
afte^- (1349) imert [See Joan, 1328-1885] 
Holies, Gervase : for an only surviving son read a son 

Holies, John, 1st Earl of Clare : for at Cambridge, read at Christ's College, 
Cambridge (becoming pensioner in April 1579 and fellow -commoner a year 
later), 
Hollins, William : for eightieth read ninetieth 

Holloway, Thomas (1748-1827) : for the son of a respectable tradesman .... 
1748. read born in Broad Street, London, in 1748, was eldest son of a 
merchant in easy circumstances who was an early follower of Wesley. 
His mother's portrait was painted by John Russell [q. v.]. 
for in February read near Norwich on 29 Feb. 

after magnetism, add He executed portraits in crayon of himself and of a 
nephew who was captain in the navy. 
Holt, Joseph : after career, add R. D. the initials of the ivriter. 
Holt, Thomas : for the public school there, read the examination schools, now part 

of the Bodleian Library, 
Holthy, Richard : after bridge insert (spending two years at Christ's College and 

then migrating to Caius College 19 Aug. 1578 at the age of 20) 
Holtzapffel, Charles ; for completed read completed by him ; the work was finished 

by his son. 
Holwell, John Z. : for {d. 1720) read (d. 1729) 
for Clive and read almost 



Holyman, John : for Hanborough read Handborough 



Holyoake, Francis : for 87 read 86 

Home, Daniel D. : for Monby read Manby 

Home, Francis : for 94 read 98 

Home, James (1758-1842) : for (1758-1842) read 1760-1844) 

for death in 1842. read death on 5 Dec. 1844. He was president of the 
Royal College of Physicians (Scotland) and physician in ordinary in Scot- 
land to Queen Victoria. 
243 i 14 /.e. Hone, Nathaniel : /or He left surviving read By his wife, Mary Earl, of York, 
whom he married on 9 Oct. 1742, he left 
Honyman, Sir George E. : omit his brother .... fifth baronet 

after 1881. insert His brother, the Rev. Sir William Macdonald Honyman, 
succeeded as fifth baronet. 
Honywood, Mary : for 286 read 256 

Honywood, Michael: after grandmother, insert Sir Thomas Honywood [q. v. 
seems to have been his half-brother. 
for 85 read 84 
Honywood, Sir Robert : after bourn, insert Sir Thomas Honywood [q. v.] was his 

uncle. 
Hood, Francis G. : for the Duke of Cambridge read Viscount Hardingo 
Hood, John : for Carlow read Donegal 

after legal writer insert son of Matthew Hood by Margery (Risk) 
after 248). ittsert Hood married Ellen Gowen of Philadelphia, by whom he 
left three sons. 
Hood, Robin : otnit Gloucestershire and 
for 1264 read 1265 
for C. A. Ward read H. L. D. Ward 

after passim ; insert Rutland MS8. (Hist. MSS. Comm.) i. 805; 
Hood, Thomas (1799-1845): f(/r 1824 read 1825 and omit had 
Hook, William : for matriculated from read became conunoner of 
for 1620 read 1618 

for the same year .... resided read 1620. 

for Bome time in Oxford before matriculating, read He only matriculated in 
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Hooker, Richard : for bishop of London read archbishop of Canterbury 

for Cambridge read Oxford 
Hoole, John : for tutor ' read tailor ' 
Hooper, George : for Hooker read Hooper 

for at the age of read aged nearly 
Hooper, John : omit Another collected edition .... two volumes. 
Hope, Mrs. Anne : after 1887. iiisert Mrs. Hope's 'First Divorce of Henry VIII' 
was edited from her manuscript by F. A. Gasquet. 
815 ii 25 Hope, Sir James (1614-1661) : after committees hisert representing Scotland in 

the English parliament of 1653 
821 i 6 Hope, Sir John, Lord Graighall : for He was one read His brother, Sir James 
Hope (1614-61) [q. v.], not himself, was one 
Hope, John (1725-1786) : for 1871 read 1781 

Hope, John, 4th Earl of Hopetoun : for fifty-seven read fifty-eight 
Hope, Sir Thomas {d. 1646) : after Edinburgh, insert Gardiner's History of 

England, viii. 823, ix. 93. 
Hope, Thomas (1770?-1831): omit for 

after (1808-1862) insert for many years M.P. for the city of Gloucester 
18-17 Hope-Scott, James R. : for brother-in-law, read brother, 
fe. 
333 ii 10 /.e. Hopkins, Edward : for he gave read he founded three schools in Connecticut, one 
of which, the Hopkins Grammar School, in Newhaven, has had an uninterrupted 
existence from its foundation ; he also 
Hopkins, William (1793-1866) : for seventy-third read seventy-fourth 
Hopton, John : for Monks read Friars 
for 1589 read 1529 
for 1582 read 1542 
Hopton, Ralph, Lord Hopton : for Vandry read Vaudry 

for 1601 read 1598 
Homblower, Jonathan : for 1800) read 1780) 
Home, Richard H. : for Foggs read Foggo 
Homer, Francis : for November read October 
Horner, Leonard : after works insert with memoir 

omit A biography .... 1848. 6. 
Horsley, Samuel : omit was 
Hosier, Francis : for Hosier left a widow .... Richard Hart, read Hosier died 

intestate and without issue, his estate passing to his nephew Richard Hosier. 
Hoskins, John (1566-1688): for (Gardiner, Hist. 1608-16, pp. 163-4) read 

(Gardiner, Hist, of England, ii. 246, 249) 
Hoskins, Sir John (1634-1705): for Hoskyns read Hoskins 
Hotham, Charles : for Durand read Durant 

Hotham, Sir Charles : for 1800 read 1806 

Hotham, Durant: for (1619 ? read (1617 ? 

after vol. ii.) He was admitted to Christ's College, Cambridge, 7 May 1632, 
aged 15. 
Hotham, Sir Henry : for the second .... first lord Hotham read Beaumont 
Hotham, second baron Hotham 
omit and a daughter 
Hotham, John {d. 1387) : for Cottenham 7-ead Cottingham 
Hotham, Sir John {d. 1645) : for the fleet read the Fleet prison 
Hothby, John : for {fi. 1470) read (d. 1487) 

for and to have moved .... Florence, read but went to Lucca in 1467. 
after seems itisert also 

after Spain, insert In 1486 he was invited to England by Henry VII. He 
died in 1487. 
Hoton, Richard of: for Lynche read Lytham 
Hough, John : for ninety-third read ninety-second 
Housman, Robert : for son read nephew 
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22 /.e. Howard, Charles, Lord Howard of Effingham: for 1604-5 read 1605-6 
Howard, Sir Edward : for Ponynges read Poynings 
Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey : for Woodford read Woodbridge 
Howard, Henry, Earl of Northampton : for Thomas Howard read Philip 
Howard 
for 1056 ; read 1506; Sloane MS. 1482 ; Stowe MS. 95 ; 
for alone read by itself 
Howard, Henry, 6th Duke of Norfolk : for second earl read third earl 

for In 1678 read Before 1678 
Howard, Henry (1757-1842) : for Monticucolli read Montecuculi 
Howard, Henry (1769-1847) : after 1847. insert He left three sons, Frank Howard 
[q. v.], William, advocate -general in Bombay, who was killed while hunting in 
1862, and Edward Irvine, founder of the * Bombay Quarterly,' who was killed in a. 
railway accident in 1868. 
Howard, Theophilus, 2nd Earl of Suffolk : for 22 July read 14 July 

after text insert Gardiner, Hist, of England, vi. 256 
Howard, Thomas, 3rd Duke of Norfolk : for he joined read he is said to have 
joined 

78 i 86-37 Howard, Thomas, 1st Earl of Suffolk : omit after Howard's death .... hus- 
band 

74 i 19 /.e. Howard, Thomas, 2nd Earl of Arundel: after Stuart, insei't third Duke of 

Lennox, 

75 ii 5 for was captured by the Eoundheads, but read which had been captured by 

the Royalists, 
6 after Waller insert (6 Jan.) 

77 i 18 fe. Howard, Walter : for (1867) read (1862) 

78 ii 16-15 Howard, William, Ist Baron Howard of Effingham : /or Chateau Cambresis read 

f.e. Cateau-Cambresis 

79 ii 21 Howard, Lord William : fur the Earl of Arundel, read Henry Fitzalan, twelfth 

Earl of Arundel [q. v.], 

84 ii 2-1 fe. Howe, George : for apparently .... Witley, Wor- read daughter of Philip 

Foley of Prestwood, Staffordshire (marriage licence dated 21 Feb. 1692-3j, 

85 i 1 07nit cester, 

108 i 13 f.e. Howe, William, 5th Viscount Howe : for March read May 

112 ii : l.l. Howell, James : for to follow read issued and for (1891) read (1892) 

118 i lif.e. /or A few letters rea(Z Two letters 

18 f.e. after 1628 insert (not included in the ' Epistolee ') 

11-10 for but these have .... not been traced, read and were purchased by the 

f.e. British Museum in 1892. 

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he was a foundation scholar, and 
117 ii 9 Howell, Thomas B. : for (1815) read (1814) 
119 i 23 Howes, Edward : for Goldanger] read Goldhanger] 
125 ii 8 f.e. Howland, Bichard : omit migrated to St. John's College, where he 

1 f.e. after 1560-1. insert He is said to have migrated to St. John's College. 

180 ii 82-83 Howson, John S. : for (head-master) read (second master) 

67-58 for Collegiate Institution, read College, 

181 i 8 for Institution read College 

183 ii 66-57 Hoyle, Edmond : for (no copy known) read (1747) 

134 i 19 f.e. omit 1st edit, no title ; 

186 i 44-45 Huhbard, William : for is believed to have been rescued read was rescued 

14-18 for presented by Eliot's son John to the Massachusetts read was sub- 

f.e. sequently restored to the governor. It was sold to the British Museum by 

the latter's great-grandson Peter Orlando Hutchinson in 1884. A copy 
came into the possession of the Massachusetts 
149 i 12/.e. Hudson, Sir James : for George III read George IV 
153 ii 18 Hudson, Eobert (1731-1815) : a/<er hymn tune imeri 'Llandaff* 
156 ii 18 Hues, Bohert: for Thomas Chapman read George Chapman 
158 ii 83 Huggins, William (1696-1761) : omit of Ariosto 

5-4 for This has an elaborate preface and annotations, read This translation has 

f.e. been erroneously attributed to Huggins ; it is the work of Temple Henry 

Croker [q. v.]. Huggins only supplied the annotations. 

163 ii 15 f.e. Hugh {d. 1164) : for Henry II read Henry I 

164 i 26 for prince of Wales, read eldest son of Henry II, 

165 i 1 Hugh {d. 1181) : for years read days 

168 i 4 Hugh {d. 1235) : for Lanchester read Launcherley and for west read east 

181 u 6 /.e. Hughes, John (1787-1860): /or 1837 read 1832 

185 i 11 Hughes, Margaret : for Princess Kupert read Prince Rupert 

193 i 87 Huish, Alexander : after election insert to a fellowship 

199 i 14 HuUah, John P. : for council of education read education department 

201 i 22 Hulls, Jonathan : after sliding scale ; insert which he patented in 1758, together 

with a machine for weighing gold coins ; 
204 ii 17 Httlse, Sir Samuel : for ninety read eighty-nine 
207 ii 27 Humby, Mrs. : for Mrs. read Mrs. Anne 

210 ii LI. Hume, Alexander (1560?-1609): after forms, insert A copy, believed to be unique, 

of Hume's 'Ane treatise of Conscience,' Edinburgh, 1594, 12mo, is in 
Edinburgh University Library. 

211 i 1-2 omt< • Ane treatise .... 1594, 12mo; 

215 i 16 /.e. Hume, Sir David (1648-1707) : for 1761 read 1701 
225 ii 2 Hume, David (1711-1776) : for Brigge read Bigge 

280 i 8-6 Hume, Joseph : for and he published .... the ' Inferno ' of Dante, read (He 
f.e. must be distinguished from another Joseph Hume (1767-1843), a clerk in Somer- 

set House, at whose residence, Montpelier House, Notting Hill, Lamb, Hazlitt, 
Godwin, and other men of letters met. He published in 1812 a bad translation 
in blank verse of Dante's ' Inferno,' and in 1841 * A Search into the Old Testa- 
ment.' One of his daughters, Julia, was mother of Mrs. Augusta Webster, 
the poetess; another daughter married Isaac Todhunter, the mathematician). 
Hi i 6 Hume, Thomas : omit [q. v.] 

t4S i 88-40 Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester : for He attended Henry's marriage .... was 
formally appointed read From Jan. 1420 to Feb. 1421 he replaced Bedford 
as regent of England (Walsinoham, Hist. Angl. i. 881). He had been on 
80 Sept. 1419 formally appointed 
S40 i 18 for imprisoned read ordered to be imprisoned 

19 for is said read is erroneously said 

247 ii \\ f.e. for nix read neven 

259 i lafe. Hungerford, Sir Walter, Lord Hungerford {d. 1449): omit after the battle of 
Verneuil 
ii 16 for 1461 read 1464 

200 ii 8 Hungerford, Walter, Lord Hungerford (1508-1640): /or second wife rtfari third 

wife 
261 ii 13 f.e. Hunnis, William : for the Duke of Devonshire ' read the Earl of Devonshire ' 

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268 i 15 f.e. Hunt, James H. Leigh : for More than once readi Thrice 

13 f.e. for in each case read in two cases 
for at the close of June, read on 1 July. 

Hunt, Robert (1807-1887) : after agent insert [See Mercer, John] 

for Sport read Spirit 
Hunt, Thomas Frederick (?) : omit (?) 

Hunter, Henry : for Alexander Boswell read Claude rvine Boswell 
Hunter, John (1728-1798) : for 1809 read 1810 
Hunter, Sir Martin : for 90 read 89 
Huquier, James G. : for Louis XVI read Louis XV 
Hurdis, James : for the grammar school read the prebendal school 
Husband, William : after Husband, insert shipbuilder and 

for 1857 read 1859 

omit he ran away .... to Hayle, where 

after founders insert at Hayle 

for 1855 read 1885 
Huskisson, William : for the county party read the country party 
25-27 Hutchinson, Francis : otJiit His brother Samuel .... Donoughmore [q. v.] 
Hutt, Sir William : for Appley read Apley 
Hutton, Charles : for Surkes read Surtees 

omit first 

for Two daughters read He had issue two daughters 

omit survived him 

omit and child 

for all read they 

after ii. 957). insert Their son was C. B. Vignoles [q. v.]. 
24 f.e. Hutton, James : for Cominius read Comenius 

Hutton, Matthew (1529-1606) : for 1562 read 1561 

before master insert and next year 
Hutton, Matthew (1698-1758) : for Blackboume read Blackburne 
Hutton, Sir Richard : after refused insert to sign (Dec. 1635) 
12 for opinion read declaration 

81 for friend read friend and relative 

860 i 4-3 Hutton, Robert H. : omit who died 16 July 1887, 
f.e. 

14 f.e. Huysmans, Jacob : after Dolben insert [q. v.], then 
Hyde, Anne, Duchess of York : for 18 July read 12 July 
Hyde, Edward, Earl of Clarendon : for contained read contains 
Hyde, Sir Nicholas : after p. 42 i7isert Gardiner's History of England, vii. 87, 

109 
Hive, Jacob : for Jane read Elizabeth 
Impey, Sir Elijah : omit second in the classical tripos, 
Ingleby, Sir Charles : for His is almost the only .... practice, read , which was 

not contrary to rule at the time. 
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INGLIS JOHN 

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V i 2/.e. List of Writers: insert S. K. G. . . . S. R. Gardiner, LL.D. 

1 ii 4-2 Inglis, Charles (1734-1816) : for apparently in New York .... he conducted 

f.e. read in 1734 in co. Donegal, where his father, Archibald Inglis, was a 

beneficed clergyman (d. 1745). Going to America to seek a livelihood, 
Inglis from 1755 to 1758 conducted 

2 i 16 /.(S. after phlets. add A monument was placed to his memory in St. Paul's 

Church, Halifax, and a memorial in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin. 

10 ii 83-35 Ingoldsby, Sir Richard {d. 1685) : omit and on 28 Dec. . . . Hist. xxii. 34) 

11 i 3 after 1659, insert received the thanks of parliament for seizing Windsor 

Castle on its behalf on 28 Dec. 1659 {Commons Journals^ vii. 798), 
21 i 41-42 Innes, Cosmo : for Kilvarock read Kilravock 

30 ii 44-45 Ireland, John (1761-1842) : for William IV, and Queen Victoria read and William IV 
10 f.e. before A marble bust insert He was too infirm to be present at the coronation 

of Queen Victoria, and his place was taken by the sub -dean. Lord John 
Thynne. 
85 ii 27 Ireland, Samuel : after * Frogmore Fete.' insert Before 1811 he settled at 
York, where his extravagance led to a temporary imprisonment in the 
Castle. Andrew Ritchie, who saw much of him at this period, describes 
him as engaging in manner and very communicative, but vain and un- 
principled. He seems to have published at York a weekly print called 
• The Comet,' in which he lampooned his neighbours, and contemplated 
issuing apoem on the ' Pleasures of Temperance ' (MS. Letter from Ritchie 
to Richard Gamett, Nov. 1811). 
11-5 for Mr. Ingleby describes his wife .... married a second time, read Ire- 

f.e. land's second wife belonged to the Kentish family of Culpepper and was 

widow of Captain Paget Bayly, R.N. (brother of the first Earl of Uxbridge), 
whom she had married 25 Aug. 1791. 
45 i 85-86 Irons, William J. : for honorary canon read prebendary 
87 for 1840 read 1860 

45 for 1871 read 1876 

50 i 15 /.e. Irvine, James : /or sixty-seventh reacZ fifty-seventh 

58 ii 15 f.e. Irwin, Sir John : for 15th foot read 5th foot 

59 i 14 /.e. /or 1766 rm^Z 1768 

84 ii 86 Izacke, Richard: /or 1700?) reac? 1698) 

4/.e. /or is stated to have died ' about 1700.' reacZ was buried in the church of 

Ottery St. Mary, 18 March 1697-8. 

90 ii 19-20 Jackson {afterwards Duckett), Sir George : for presided read was present 

91 ii 18 f.e. Jackson, Sir George : after survived him insert till 9 Dec. 1891 

99 ii 17 Jackson, John (1811-1885) : after oifered), insert and whose curate he had been at 
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104 ii 6-5 Jackson, Richard : oinit of Dissenters 

f.e. 
107 i 29 Jackson, Thomas (1579-1640): for Crackanthorpe read Richard Crakanthorpe 

[q. v.] 
112 ii 7 f.e. Jackson, William (1815-1866) : for Lea read Sea 
114 i 6 Jacoh, Benjamin : for "Wesley read the elder Wesley 

12 f.e. Jacoh, Edward : for Mary Chalker .... county, read Jane, daughter of Strang- 

ford Violl, vicar of Upminster. 
141 i 81 James III of Scotland : for in his ninth year, read when nine years old. 
146 i 26 James IV of Scotland : for Larg read Largo 
150 ii 2-8 for Denmark read Dantzic 

195 i 2fe, James II of England : for p. 488 read iv. 288 
197 i 33 fm- Stuart read Churchill 

202 i 9 f.e. James Francis Edward Stuart : for Petro read Retire 

^^^ " 34 } Barnes, George P. R. : for 1801 read 1799 
210 ii 18 for May read June 

22-23 for During the last years .... to write, read His last novel appears to have 

been * The Cavalier,' published in America in 1859. 
221 ii 19 f.e. James, Thomas (1578 ?-1629): for Bishop Aungervile's read Richard de Bury's 

224 ii 18 James, Thomas (1748-1804) : for sixty read fifty-two 

23 for over three hundred read two hundred and forty-five 

17 f.e. for 1810 read 1824 

225 ii 21f.e. James, William (1542-1617) : for only read only other 

227 ii 84 James, Sir William (1721-1788) : after Wiltshire, itisert Among his friends was 
Laurence Sterne, who was a frequent visitor at his town house in Gerrard Street, 
Soho. 

246 ii 4 Janeway, James : for unmarried read leaving a widow, Hannah 

250 i 6 Jardine, David : after The son insert who graduated M.A. at Glasgow University 
in 1818, 

265 i 9 f.e. Jefferies, Richard : for Surrey read Kent 

275 i 16 } ^®^'®y» Francis, Lord JeflEirey : for sessions read session 

276 ii 2f.e. Jeffreys, George {d. 1685) : after 30,829, insert 30,830, 

289 ii 19 f.e. Jekyll, Joseph : before Most insert His correspondence was edited collectively 

with a brief memoir by the Hon. Algernon Bourke in 1894. 
807 i 8 f.e. Jenkinson, Anthony : after tsar insert Ivan the Terrible, 



825 ii 22-23 Jenner, Thomas {fi. 1681-1656) : for Probably a posthumous work, London, 1686, 

4to. read London, 1656, 4to. 
882 i l.l. Jenye, Thomas : for 1890 read 1891 
889 i 20 Jeremie, James A. : after originality, insert He was created D.C.L. at Oxford at 

Commemoration 1862 

841 i 5 Jenny, Isaac : /or John read James 

842 i 83 Jermyn, Henry, Earl of St. Albans: after knt. insert by Mary Barber 

844 i 29 Jermyn, Henry, 1st Baron Dover : before Thomas insert Sir and after Suffolk 

insert (by Rebecca, who afterwards married Viscount Brouncker) 

845 i 18 for Abbeville read Albeville 

55-57 omit one of himself .... who died young 

4-3 for Judith Pooley, probably of Boxted, read Judith, daughter of Sir Edmund 

f.e. Poley of Badley, 

ii 1 after iii. 241). insert She died at Cheveley in 1726 and was buried beside 

her husband. 
8-4 for who had married his niece, read his grand-nephew, son of his nieoe by 

her marriage with Sir Robert Davers. 
849 ii 2 Jerrold, Douglas W. : for eldest read youngest 

12 for 1885 read 1886 

860 i lOfe. for 101. read 601. 

ii 6 for the one -act read his one-act 

80 for 18 Sept. read 12 Sept. 

88 for 1845 read 1848 

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Jerrold, Douglas W. : omit part 
for six read eighteen 
for Sydney read Sidney 
for ' Works ' read chief ' "Works ' 
for Witch 7'ead Gipsey 
for about 1823 read 26 Aug. 1821 
for 1825 read 1884 
for about 1825 read 15 Sept. 1828 
for about 1826 read 11 Jan. 1830 
for about 1828 read 21 May 1829 
foi- 1828 read 1829 
for in 1828 read 4 April 1831 
for three-act read two-act 
oi7iit ' Hercules, King of Clubs ' .... in 1836 
for essays read stories 

for 1852. read 1840-1, edited and in part written by Jerrold. 
for 1852-4 read 1868 and for two-act read three-act 
omit was nominally Jerrold's .... John Poole 
Jerrold, W. Blanchard : for fifty-seventh read fifty-eighth 
Jesse, Edward : for Halifax read Driffield 
Jeune, Francis : for Colbum read Colbome 

for and at the same time .... Gloucester Cathedral, read to which office a 
canonry in Gloucester Cathedral is attached. Shortly afterwards he was 
appointed rector of Taynton, Gloucestershire. As master of his college and 
as sub-dean of Gloucester his services were highly esteemed. 
for hebdominal council read hebdomadal board 
fonin 1858, and the following year read from 1858 to 1862, 
after the Times ' insert and equally of the advanced broad church party 
Jewsbury, Geraldine E. : after vault, insert Her letters were edited by Mrs. 

Alexander Ireland in 1892. 
Jobson, Sir Francis : for his half-brother read his wife's half-brother 
Jocelyn, Robert, Ist Viscount Jocelyn : after Hardwicke. insert He was admitted 
a student of Gray's Inn in 1709. 
for in 1706 read 27 Jan. 1718-19 
after first insert in 1720 
for Earl Roden read Earl of Roden 
for ten read nine 
Jocelyn, Robert, 1st Earl of Roden : for 9 Sept. read 1 Dec. 
16 fe. John, King of England : for Luggarshall read Ludgershall 
for twenty- second read thirty- second 
John of Lancaster, Duke of Bedford : for May read June 
for Nantes read Mantes 
for later years read earlier years 
John, Saint {d. 721) : for Barton read Burton 

John {d. 1320), called of Dalderby : Compare this article with that on Daldebby, 
John de, in volume xiii.pp. 383-4. 

451 i 17-21 John {d. 1379), called of Bridlington : for This shows that 1895 .... formally 

canonised, read He was actually canonised by a bull of Boniface IX, dated 
24 Sept. 1401. 
29 for Holland read Beaufort 

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JOHNES KENNETH 

N.B.— /.e. stands tor from end and l.l. for last line 

Johnson, Charles (1679-1748) : for Estramaduran read Estremaduran 

after 1748. insert He was buried at Hendon on 18 March. 
Johnson, Francis (1562-1618) : for Oxford read Cambridge 
Johnson, George H. S. : for Earl Selbome read Earl of Selborne 

for Wells read St. Cuthbert's, Wells 
Johnson, James (1705-1774) : for Ricard's Castle read Richard's Castle 
Johnson, Joseph : for seventy-first read seventy-second 
Johnson, Maurice : for Vertue read Virtue 
19 /.e. Johnson, Richard (1573-1659 ?) : for 218 read 318 

Johnson, Samuel (1709-1784) : for Streatham Place read Streatham Park 
for mark read mask 
for 1724 read 16-24 
Johnston, Archibald, Lord Warriston : for (1610 ? read (1611 
for probably about 1610 read in 1611 

for of Beirholm in Annandale, read a merchant of Edinburgh, who died 24 
April 1617, 

6-7 for In early years .... a pupil of read He was baptised at Edinburgh 

28 March 1611. He was educated at Glasgow University, under his kins- 
man 
after versity insert and graduated M.A. 
for 1640 read 1646 
/or (1643? rearZ( 1655 
Johnston, Francis : omit probably 

for Richard Johnston, who read William Johnston, architect of Armagh. A 

brother, Richard Johnston, who died in 1806, 
for He read Francis 

for J. C. Thompson read Martin Creggan 

for has been engraved, read is in the council chamber of the Hibernian 
Academy. 
Johnston, George (1814-1889) : for nephew read brother 
Johnston, James : for (1643 ? read (1655 

after Warriston [q. v.] insert and was baptised 9 Sept. 1655 (Bbodie, Diary, 

155) 
for according to .... the age of read at the age of eighty-two. The 

' Loudon Magazine ' gives his age as 
for but according to read and 

for at the age of ninety-three only read as ninety-three 
Johnston, Nathaniel : for Ufflete read Usflete , 
Jollie, Thomas : for in September read 14 Sept. 
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KENNETT LAMBAET 

N.B.— /.e. stands ioxfrom end and l.l. for last line 
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4 ii 11 f.e. Kennett, White : after Havers, M.D. msert (she died 9 July 1748) 

5 i 1 before wife insert [i.e. his third] 

^® ^ ?^ I Kenton, Benjamin : for 1802 read 1800 

ii 8 f.e. Kenton, Nicholas : for votorum read votivum 

88 ii 12 f.e. Keppel, Augustus, Viscount Keppel : for second earl read third earl 

51 ii 15 Ker, John, 3rd Duke of Roxburgh: after London, insert (No. 13, now the 

Wmdham Club) 

58 i 15 f.e. Ker, Sir Thomas: for (Bannatyne Club) read (Abbotsford Club) 

63 ii 24 Kerr, Robert, 1st Marquis of Lothian : after June insert 1689 

98 i 18-17 Kidgell, John : for Wilkes's * Essay on Woman ' read the ' Essay on Woman ' 

f.e. (printed by Wilkes and probably written by Thomas Potter [q. v.]) 

99 i 4 Kiffin, William: /or (1684) reacZ (1638) 

8 for Lathrop read Lothrop or Lathrop 

9 for 1638 read 1641-2 

11-12 for and seceded .... John Spilsbury. read but remained a member of 

Jessey's church till 1644 (Gould, Baptists of Nortvich, 1860, pp. cxxviii sq.) 
l.l. after communion, insert He signed the declaration of 1651. 

ii 1 for John Dethick read Christopher Pack 

10 after Biddle [q. v.]. insert Kififin was M.P. for Middlesex 1656-8. 

18 f.e. after came of it. insert In 1669 his meeting-house was in Finsbury Court, 

Moorfields. 

100 i 58-54 for (Cardinal Ferdinand Dada) read (Count Ferdinand D'Adda) 

101 i 80 Kilburn, William : for in his seventy- third year read aged seventy-three 
ii 24 Kilburne, Richard: for 74 read 78 

114 i IS f.e. Killigrew, Thomas : for buried read hanged 

116 i 87 Killigrew, Sir William : for Lancashire read Lincolnshire 

125 ii 89-40 King, Charles W. : omit About 1866 .... [Clergy List, 1866). 

129 i 12-11 King, Edward (1612-1687) : for recording the fate of another Lycidas ; read in 

f.e. which Phyllis's death is bemoaned by a shepherd called Lycidas ; 
143 i 4 King, Oliver: after Secretary insert and sent him to the Tower in June {Excerpta 

Historica, No. viii. 17) 
153 ii 8 f.e. King, Robert {d. 1557) : for Bernardines read Cistercians, now St. John^s College 
165 ii 83-84 King, William (1650-1729) : for consecrated read enthroned 
167 i 19 f.e. for 7. read King is credited in error in the British Museum Catalogue with 

14 f.e. after 8vo. insert This work is by Bishop William Nicolson [q. v.]. 

178 ii 11 f.e. Kingsley, Charles : for 1860 read 1864 
181 i 17 fur Wordsworth's read Winkworth's 

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184 i n f.e, Kingsmill, Thomas: for and was obliged read about 1579, and his duties as pro- 

fessor were discharged by deputies, one of whom was Richard Hooker. 
He was obliged 
8/.C. after iv. 153 ; insert Walton's Life of Hooker, ed. Keble, i. 18 ; 

185 i 9 Kingston, Sir Anthony: for Gloucestershire read Painswick, Gloucestershire 

193 ii 5 Kinwelmersh, Francis: for (fl. 1570) read {d. 1580 ?) 

13-18 (yinit The poet was probably son of 

16 after ii. 424) iTisert but does not appear to have had a son named Francis (see 

his will, P.C.C. 18, Pickering) ♦ 

16 for He read The poet 

80 for arts read acts 

10 f.e. after compiler, insert The poet is probably identical with Francis Kinwel- 

mersh of Charlton, Shropshire, whose will (P.C.C. 79, Leicester) was proved 
on 21 Oct. 1589. He died apparently before 16 May 1580 {Notes and 
Queries, 8th Series, xii. 423). 

if.e. after Tp. 285). insert This was Anthony Kynwolmershe of Wing, Bucking- 

hamshire, who died early in 1600. 

194 i 20 Zip, Johannes : for Malphigi read Malpighi 

200 i 85 Kirby, William : for James Spence read William Spence 

201 ii 8/.C. Kirk, John (1760-1851) : for 90 read 91 

208 i 12-11 Kirk, Thomas (1765 ?-1797) : for the African prince Leboo read the Pelew prince 

f.e. Lee Boo 
205 ii 6 Kirkby, John (<Z. 1290) /or St. Berian'8 reafZ St. Buryan 
217 i 20 Kirkham, Walter de : for Ireland read Staffordshire 
219 i 19 Kirkland, Thomas : for (1721 read (1722 

20-21 for a native of Scotland, was born in 1721. read bom at Ashbourne, Derby- 

shire, on 14 Oct. 1722, was son of Thomas Kirkland, attorney at law 
{d. 1751), by his wife, Mary, daughter of Colonel Allsop. 
28-29 for By 1774 .... Edinburgh read Kirkland graduated M.D. at St. Andrews 

on 27 Dec. 1769 

81 after Edinburgh insert (May 1777) 

280 ii 85-86 Kitchin, Anthony : for Gloucester (now Worcester) College read Gloucester Hall 
(now W^orcester College) 
for Gloucester College read "Gloucester Hall 
for No bishop read No Marian bishop 
Kneller, Sir Godfrey: for in 1729, read at Bath on 24 Nov. 1729 {Monthly 

Chronicle, 1729, p. 285), 
KnoUys, Sir Francis : for the proofs are wanting read this is an error 
omit Lord-mayor KnoUys .... the soldier. 
21 /.e. Knollys, Hanserd : for (1699-1702) read (1698-1745) 
Knollys, Sir Robert: for d'Erran read d'Evran 
Knollys, William, Earl of Banbury : for Edward read Michael 
after Leicestershire insert and South Carlton, Lincolnshire 
omit surviving 
Knowlton, Thomas : after p. 202 insert Gent. Mag. 1888, i. 544 
Knox, Vicesimus : for Sterring read Stenning 
Knyvet, Sir Thomas : for Rowland read B^land 
22-28 Kyd, Thomas : for 1608 .... Amsterdam read 1621 A. van den Bergh pHblished 

at Utrecht 
25-26 for which was republished in 1688, read while another Dutch rendering 

appeared at Amsterdam in 1688 and was republished in 1644, 1G69, 1688, 
1698, and 1729. 
for 1598 read 1595 
for iv. read 5th ser. 
Labouchere, Henry, Baron Taunton: before Lords insert Messrs. Stanley, 

Denison, and Stuart Wortlcy, afterwards respectively 
Lacy, Hugh de, 6th Baron Lacy : for de Lusignan's read of AngoulAme's 
Lacy, John de, 1st Earl of Lincoln : for second earl read justiciar 
Lacy, John ijl. 1787): for Francis Maximilian read Francis Maximilian Misson 
f(jr art. Bf!o Annk read art. Lkk, Annk 

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Lacy, John William : for Lacy, John William or William (1780 ?-1865 ?) read 
Lacy, William (1788-1871) 
for about 1780 read in 1788 
for about 1865 read in July 1871 
Lacy, Michael B. : for Schiilcher's read Schcelcher's 

Laing, John (1809-1880) : for appointed minister read ordained assistant and suc- 
cessor to John M. Robertson, minister 
Laing, Samuel : for both of whom still live read (the latter died 7 Aug. 1897) 

I Laird, Macgregor : for Great Western read British Queen 

for appears to have been printed read was in 1892 in the possession of 
Laird's widow 
Lake, John : omit in 1682 
Lamb, Charles : for 1772 read 1792 

a/^er 1826 hisert (life-size, exhibited at the Suffolk Street gallery 1827; 
until June 1902 in possession of Miss Talfourd ; of two small replicas one 
is in the National Portrait Gallery, the other belongs to Sir Charles Dilke, 
Bart., M.P.) 
Lamb, Frederick, 3rd Viscount Melbourne : for 1848 read May 1848 
12 /.e. Lamb, George : for p. 488 read i. 487-8 
17 /.e. Lamb, Sir Matthew : omit [q. v.] 

27-28 Lamb, William, 2nd Viscount Melbourne : for the divorce case Norton .... 
Melbourne read the case Norton v. Melbourne 
438 i 3 for no heir, read no child. His brother Frederick James Lamb [q. v.] suc- 

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LAMBE LEIGH 

N.B.— /.e. stands for from end and l.l. for last line 
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1 ii 11 f.e. Lambe, John : for 23 June read 13 June 
3 i 86-37 Lambe, Sir John : omit married .... the other, 

39 after Denbigh [q. v.], insert Lambe's sister married Dr. Robert Sibthorpe 

[q. V.]. 
6 i 16-17 Lambe, William (1765-1847): /or one Dr. Landon of Warwick, rea«f Dr. Landor 
(father of the poet), 
Lambert, Sir John (1815-1892) : after ecclesiis insert usui 

for Organistrarum read Organiatarum 

Lamphire, John : omit Bath and 

Lancaster, Edmund, Earl of Lancaster: after Acre insert (Sept. 1271-May 
1272) 
for p. 773 read p. 778 
Lander, John : for thirty- three read thirty-two 
Landon, Letitia Elizabeth : omit [q. v.] 
Landor, Walter Savage : for Henry VII read Henry IV 
for Bolus Smith read Bobus Smith 
for 1832 read 1823 
Lane, John B. : for 1884 read 1864 

Langbaine, Gerard (1609-1658) : for tabarder read taberdar 
Langbaine, Gerard (1656-1692) : for A son read She married after Laiigbaine's 
death William Smith (1650 ?-1735), the rector of Melsonby, and was buried at 
Melsonby on 8 May 1724. Langbaine left a son 

I Lamgrishe, Sir Hercules : for 1738 read 1731 

after proprietor insert and was made a freeman 29 Sept. 1752 
after married insert on 31 May 1755 

for all efforts .... in failure, read Copies of some of Langriahe's politica I 
letters belong to his descendant Mr. K. Langrishe of Dundrum House, co. 
Dublin. 
Langtoft, Peter of: for Thorpe read Wright 

Langton, John : for the lollanl Henry Crump read Henry Crump [q. v.] 
Langton, Robert : for president read provost 
for D.C.L. read LL.D. 
for outer hall read aute-chapel 
for pp. 2^7, 305 read iv. 297, 803 
Langton, Thomas : for Edward V read the Duke of Gloucester 
18-17 Lankester, Edwin : /or Dr. (now Sir Lyoii) Playfair read Dr. Lyon (afterwards 
f.e. Lord) Playfair 
139 ii 32 Lanquet, Thomas : for 1552 read 1452 

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Lanyon, Sir William 0. : for 45 readi 44 
Larcom, Sir Thomas A. : for Academy read Military Academy 
La louche, William G. D. : for (1746 read (1747 
for in 1746 read 28 Aug. 1747 
for Judith read Martha Judith 
Laud, William '.for On 80 Sept. 1626 he sent him read On 20 June 1626 he was 
nominated bishop of Bath and Wells, and he held the office till his translation to 
London two years later. On 80 Sept. 1626 the king sent him 
Lauder, Sir John, Lord Fountainhall : for James V read James II 
Laurie, Sir Peter: /or.a clerkship in the office .... married, and read employ- 
ment' with David Pollock, founder' of the well known legal famify, who 
was saddler to George III and his court 
for sons read nephews 

for Laurie had no children read Laurie married Margaret, daughter of John 
. Jack, but had no children > ' 

/or an unknown painter read J. J. Halls 

before 12mo insert a skit 
Law, Edmund : for fourth read fifth 
Law, Edward, Earl of Ellenborough : for J. D. Sumner, read John Bird Sumner 

[q.v.], 
Law, William : for Rusbroch read Rusbroek 
Lawes, Henry : for Colraine read Coleraine 
Lawes, William : for i. 107 read ii. 107 
Lawless, Valentine B., Lord Cloncurry : for bishop of St. Asaph, afterwards 

master read bishop of Chester and master 
Lawrence {d. 1175): after ii. 186; insert Vita S. Godrici (Surtees Soc, pp. 282-8) ; 
Lawrence, Henry : for Altena read Altona 
for 16 Dec. 1658 read 16 Jan. 1654 
for p. 298 read pp. 298, 860 
Lawrence, Sir Henry M. : for of Harrow-on-the-HiU. read wlvo became in 1892 

head master of Sedbergh School. 
Lawrence, Sir Thomas : for Daniel de read Daniele da 

for 22 April read 20 April 
Lawrence, Sir William: for in Gloucester read at Elmore, near Gloucester 
Lawson, George (1749-1820) : for placed him read sent him to the university of 
Edinburgh. During the vacation he studied classics 
for Lawson proceeded .... studied read Later he studied 

Lawson, James A. : after Society, insert He was made D.C.L. of O.^ford in 1884. 
Lawson, John (1728-1779) : for Prisms read Porisms 

Lawson, Thomas (1680-1691) : for at Cambridge, and read at Cambridge. One 
Thomas Lawson, son of Thomas Lawson, born at Lakeland near Settle, Yorkshire, 
and educated at Giggleswick, was admitted sizar of Christ's College 25 July 1650, 
and was apparently re-admitted 21 May 1652, graduating B.A. 1656-56. Lawson 
became 
Lax, William : for the vicarage of read his house at 
Lazton, Sir William : for Limehouse read Lime Street 
for Cambridge read Oxford 

for Laxton died childless and read Laxton's daughter Anne married Sir 
Thomas Lodge [q. v.]. He 
Leake, Stephen M . : for Captain Martin read Stephen Martin 
for Lahne read Lahn 
for Nieu read Neu 

I Le C^ne, Charles : for ou read oCk 

Lechmere, Nicholas, Lord Lechmere : for Swift read Steele 
Lee, Alfred T. : for topographer read miscellaneous writer 
afiir 1888 insert leaving u widow and several children 
Lee, George H., 8rd Earl of Lichfield: before He was also insert He was the 

first to offer to tlie University the Chancfllor'K Prizes 

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362 ii 9/.e. Lee, John (1783-1866) : for their suppression read the exclusive privilege of prac- 
tice in them enjoyed by the college of advocates and proctors was abolished 
365 i 29 Lee, Nathaniel : for ' Gloriana read ' Glorian 

ii 11-12 for Duchess of Portsmouth read Earl of Mulgrave 

866 ii 39 before applies insert perhaps Butler (cf. Hudibras) 

368 i 26 for A portrait of Lee appears in read A portrait by Dobson is at the Garrick 

Club ; it was engraved for 
391 ii 7 fe. Leedes, Edward : for and M.A., read and M.A. Before 16C0 he became head- 
master of Newark Grammar School 
Le Geyt, Philip : for president read master 

} Legge, "William : for 1672 read 1670 

omit in the sixty-third year of his age, 
Legge, William, 2nd Earl of Dartmouth : for Pompeio read Pompeo 
Legh, Sir Thomas : for abbey read priory 

Leigh, Chandos, Ist Lord Leigh : for Leigh Hunt, his father, read Leigh's father 
Leigh, Sir Ferdinand : for Eothwell, Haigh read Kothwell Haigh 
Leigh, Percival : for he read be 



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Leighton, Sir Elisha : for 1644) read 1649) 
Leland, John {d. 1428) : for ei' read ejus 
Leland, John (1506 ?-1552) : oynit Vitel C. ix., 284 

after with insert copies in Vitel C. ix., 284, and 
Lemon, George W. : after parish, insert In Jan. 1768 he accepted an nshership at 

Bury St. Edmunds. 
Le Neve, Sir William : for 1648 read 1642 

Lennox, Charles, Ist Duke of Bichmond : for old age read later years 
Lennox, Charles, 2nd Duke of Bichmond : after Geobge III insert and art. 

Napieb, Geobge 
Lennox, Charles, 3rd Duke of Richmond : for Pompeio read Pompeo 
Lennox, Lord William P. : for Abbey read Hall 
Leopold Cr. D. A., Duke of Albany : for his elder sister read Augusta 
for Empress of Germany read German Empress 

omit a son and 

after daughter, insert A posthumous son was born 19 July. 
Leslie, Andrew, properly 6th Earl of Rothes : for May read March 
Leslie, John (1527-1596) : for Constance read Coutances 
Leslie, Norman, Master of Rothes : after July ijtsert 1547 
Leslie, Walter, Count Leslie : for Saxons read Swedes 

L'Estrange, Hamon (1605-1660) : after to the bar insert He was admitted fellow- 
commoner at Christ's College, Cambridge, 1623. 
L'Estrange, Hamon (1674-1769) : for 1769) read 1767) 

after peace, insert He was admitted fellow-commoner of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, in 1692. 
Le Strange, Henry L. S. : after Cathedral insert (finished by Thomas Gambler 

Parry [q. v.]) 
L'Estrange, Sir Roger : for 1679 read 1678 

for 1712 read 1812 
Lettice, John : for Church read Clerical 
Lever, Thomas : for 10 Aug. read 24 June 
Leverton, Thomas : for nephew read great-nephew 
Leveson-Oower, Harriet £. G., Duchess of Sutherland: for 1888 read 1882 and 

for the first Duke read Earl Grosvenor, afterwards first Duke 
Levizac, Jean P. V. L. de : for le read de 

Lewis, Frederick C. : for Sir J. D. Acland read Sir Thomas Dyke Acland 
Lewis, Sir George C. : for These spurious fables read The spurious fables in the 
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Lewis, John : for Rochester ' read the Cathedral Church of Rochester ' 

for 1728 read 1717 and after 8vo insert by Richard Rawlinson [q. v.] 
Lewis, William (1592-1667) : for Richard Price read Theodore Price 
Lewis, William {d. 1855 ?) : for {d. 1855 ?) read (1787-1870) 

after chess-player, insert bom 6 Oct. 1787, 

for Lewis is believed .... 1855, i. 442). read Lewis died 22 Aug. 1870 
{Illustrated London News, 26 Nov. 1870). 
Lexinton, Jolin de : for Monastice read Monastici 

Ley. James, Ist Earl of Marlborough : /on W^tton re<\d^Wi^ion r ./ f 
Xeybonme, Eoger de : /or'^Uitsaud. ?ra(f "Wiisani ^ :* * . ,' . 4 

Light, Edward : for {d. 1882 ?) read (1747-1882) 

omit is said to have 

[ for harp-lute read lute-harp 

Light, William : ./or Light was the author of read To Light have been erroneously 
attributed two books by Sir Henry Light, viz. 
for and published read "William Light himself published 
Lilbarne, Robert : for university read college 
61-52 LilUngston, Luke : for Luke Lillingston or Lillingstein read Henry Lillingston 
5-4 for Luke the younger read Luke was son of his father's second marriage, 

f.e. his mother being Elizabeth, daughter of Marmaduke Dolman of Botte^- 

ford, Lincolnshire; the elder Lillingston had purchased a moiety of 
Bottesford manor after it had been forfeited to the parliament by lys 
father-in-law. Dolman. Luke 
8 Lillo, George : for princess of Wales read princess royal 
12 f.e. Lilly, Christian : for Barbadoes read Barbados 
17 • for Buiston read Beeston ' • r - 

18 /.c. Lilly, William: for 1 May 1602 read 80 ApriH6D2 (Sloane MS. 1707, f. 12 b). 
22 for Grace read Ellen _ ' 

25 Linacre, Thomas : for 1510 read March 1510-11 * 

35-88 for He possibly received them ... (in 1515?) read It was concerning 

Lina,cre's preferment to Hawkhurst that Ammonius wrote to Erasmua 
in 1511 . ■ -l « • '^ 

274 ii 9-7 f.e. Lind, Johanna M., known as Jenny: /or Amoi% the many provincial efngage- 
ments . . . the Norwich FestivaL read She had immense success at^ a conoeH 
which she gave at Norwich in 1849. 
278 i 8/.e. Lindley, John: afte^r works, insert His son Sir Nathaniel, aJterwards Lord 
Lindley, became a judge. ',5 

Lindsay, Alexander, Ist Lord Spynie : for the accused read the accuser 
Lindsay, Alexander, 2nd Lord Spynie : for Tibbermuir read Tippermuir 
Lindsay, Colin, 3rd Earl of Balcarres : for Salton read Saltoun 
Lindsay, George, 3rd Lord Spynie : for dormant read extinct 
Lindsay, John, 1st Earl of Lindsay : for 1651-2 read 1641-2 . 
Lindsay, Ludovic, 16th Earl of Crawford : for Crawfurdreo^! Crawford 
fur 12 Oct. read 19 Oct. 

for 1668 read 1658 ^ • ' 4 i • ' * " 

Lindsay, Patrick, 6th Lord Lindsay of the Byres : for the murder read Darnley'a 

murder 
Lindsay, Patriek (1566-1644) : for rector riad mihister 
Lindsay, William, 18th Earl of Crawford : for 1695 read 1685 
Lindsell, Augustine : for Bumstead-Steeple read Steeple-Bumputead 
Lingard, John : for Huntinford read Huntingford 
Lionel of Antwerp, Duke of Clarence : for Bemabys read Gal^azzo's 
6/^, IA»l9, Alict : iff orrin innrrt a.nd 

LUle, John: for nnmeA Thomaw Macdonnell rStid Itnbwn as* Thomas Maodoun%)I 

• (•»•• art. MACCARTAtN, WiLMAM) i < .».)»»•.;♦ 

87-88 LiaU, SMnuel : for hiH predec(^Mor . . . Baker.'rMMf k nl^edecessor iu the warden* 
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357 ii 21 Liston, Kobert : for fifty-third read fifty-fourth 

364 ii 19-21 Littledale, Richard F. : /or * Unity and the Rescript ... the A.P.U.C.,' 1864. rear? 
' The North Side of the Altar,' 1864 {3rd edition, 1865). 

^^^ * ^Ifx. \ ^i^tleton, Sir Thomas : for 1402 read 1422 
ii 12-13 omit under the . , . Earl of "Warwick 

884 ii 10 Livingstone, Charles : for 1874 read 1864 
892 i 44-45 Livingstone, David : for Barrup read Burrup 

14 />, for Hugh read Henry 

896 ii 13 /,e. Livingstone, George, 3rd Earl of Linlithgow : for the Restoration read the 

Revolution 
403 i 5/.e* Livingstone, Sir Thomas, Viscount Teviot : for 1796 read 1696 

408 ii 3 Lloyd, Sir Charles : for Bronghill read Brochwel 

409 ii 11 /.e, Lloyd, Charles (1748-1828) : for seven read the first seven 

10 /.e, for remained in manuscript read appeared in 1810 (Birmingham, 12mo) 

410 ii 10/>. Lloyd, Charles (1766-1829) : for 63 read 62 

5 f.e. for he had no issue, read with Sara Maria Smith he had issue a scki, Francis 

Vaughan Lloyd, born at Palgrave 14 Oct. 1811. 
Lloyd, David (1635-1692) : for Abergeley read Abergele 
Lloyd, David {d. 1714?) : for (d. 1714 ?) read {d. 1716 ?) 

for and to have died suddenly read He was alive in 1716 and seems to have 
died 
Lloyd, George : for Wurall read Wirrall 
Lloyd, Sir Godfrey : for Bronghill read Brochwel 
Lloyd, Julius : for a wrangler read twenty-second wrangler 

Lloyd, Ludovic : before was, according insert was fifth son of Oliver Lloyd, lord 
of the manor of Marrington, by his wife Gwenllian, daughter of Griffith ap Howel 
ab leuan Blayney of Gregynog. He 
431 ii 8-10 Lloyd, Sir Richard (1606-1676) : for born in 1606 . . . Shropshire, read was called 

* Of Esclys ' {History of Powys Fadog, iii. 32). 
440 i 2-4 Lloyd, William Forster : for was the only son . . . born in 1794. read bom in 
1794, was son of Thomas Lloyd, rector of Aston-sub-Edge, Gloucestershire, and 
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LLWYD— MACCARTNEY 

N.B.— /•<"• stands tor from end and 1,1. for last line 
joI. Line 

ii 7 f.e. Llwyd, Humphrey : for at the end of his read together with Ortelius' 
ii 80 Llywelyn ab lorwerth : for his marriage read this marriage 
i 17-18 Llywelyn of Llangewydd : for lolo Morganwg (Edward Williams) read Edward 
David or Dafydd [q. v.] 
19 after Beirdd ' insert which was sanctioned at a ' Gorsedd ' held in 1681. It 

was edited by lolo Morganwg (Edward "Williams) and 
39 after i. 29, 30 insert Preface to the Heroic Elegies of Llywarch Hen 

(1792), Ixiii 
ii 10 Locke, John: for 'EKaio^opla read 'E\aio<popia 
ii 26-27 /or 1785-1786 read 1685-1686 

i 85 for Laudabridis read Lindabridis 

i 9 for Duke read Earl 

ii 6 for 1708 read 1696 

i 20 f.e. Locke, William : for leaving read having had 

i 19 f.e. Lockhart, Sir George (1680 ?-1689) : for presbyters read presbyterians 
ii 36 Lockhart, John Ot. : for Giffard's read Gifford's 
ii 2 Lockman, John : before In the British insert Histories by him, in question and 

answer, of England, Greece, and Rome, passed through numerous editions, 
ii 10 Lockyer, Nicholas : for Harewood's read Harwood's 

i 28 Lodge, William : after Leodiensis insert Thoresby's Diary and Correspondence 
i 1 Loe, William : after 4to, insert London, 1607, 

2 after copy insert of the latter 

ii 15 f.e. LoftuB, Adam (1588 ?-1605) : for 1 April read 5 April 
i 28-29 Logan, John : for as virtually to settle the question, read as to give Logan's claim 

genuine substance, 
ii 12 f.e. Loggan : after vol. v. ; insert Oldham's Poems, ed. Bell, p. 280 ; 
ii 86 Logier, John B. : after later, insert From Westport Logier went to Dublin, where 

he taught military bands and directed the music at Johnson's theatre, 
i 7 after ii. 161 ; insert Gent. Mag. 1846, ii. 484 ; Biog. Diet, of Musicians, 

1824; 
i 16-15 Lomhe, Sir Thomas : for but have long since disappeared, read the few fragments 

f.e. that survive are preserved at South Kensington (Victoria and Albert Museum), 

i 17 f.e. Long, Edward : for son read grandson 
ii 88 Long, Eoger : after 1884 ; insert Gray's Works, ed. Mason, 1827, pp. 86-196 ; 

" 15 /e } ^o^8r«»P^«> William de : for Hethrop read Hatherop 
ii 10 Longley, Charles T. : after 1815 insert (with a first class in classics) 
88 for 1888 read 1848 

87-88 for ministers read clergy 

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126 ii 19 Longuerille, William : after difficulty, insert Farquhar waa indebted to liiin for 
part of his ' Twin Rivals ' ( Works, 1760, vol. ii.). 

150 i 17 Lonsdale, John : before was fellow insert graduating B.A.. in 1887 with a first class 

in classics and a second in mathematics. 

151 ii 10-11 Lougher, Robert : for prolocutor read proctor 

152 i 27 Louis, Sir Thomas : for Torbay read Torquay 

154 ii ll/.e. Loutherboui^h, Philip James de : for THoaNBuav read Walfobd 

165 ii 81 Lovelace, Francis : for horses read houses 

168 i 34-35 Lovelace, John, 3rd Baron Lovelace : for dormant, until read extinct ; , 

172 ii V (5 * Lovell, Francis, Viscount Lovell : for PliiUp Lovel rtfo^'the'eldeu broiher of 

Philip Lovel • ' . , I 

21-22 for thirteenth read ninth 

173 i 88 after married insert in boyhood 

ii 14 Lovell, George W. : for Leith read Leitch 
175 ii 24-25 Lovell, Sir Thomas : for Henry of Lancaster, duke of Richmond read Henry 

Tudor, earl of Richmond 
180 ii 85 Lovibond, Edward : for [q.v.] read [see under Wooddbson, Richabd, 1745-1823] 
183 ii 13 Low, George : for closest read closet 
185 ii 19 Low, Sir John : for is now read was 

20 after ham insert (1886-92) 

187 ii 24-25 Lowder, Charles F. : for Zellam See in the Austrian Tyrol, read Zell-am-See^ 

Salzburg, Austria, 
189 i 11-10 Lowe, Edward W. H. de Lancy: for After his return . . . of the read Some 
f.e. private letters sent by him to his sister in the course dfthe 

9/.e. for which was noticed read formed the basis of an article 

8 f.e. for was read they were 

ii 1-5 for a daughter of Colonel Basil Jackson ... St. Helena, read Anne Louisa 

Russel, daughter of Maurice Peter Moore (1809-1866) of Sleaford, Lincoln- 
shire, P.S.A., a solicitor, and clerk of the peace for Kesteven. 
191 i 21 Lowe, Sir Hudson : for the fall of Paris read Napoleon's abdication 
193 i 13 f.e. for 75 read 74 

ii 9 f.e. after worthless insert A later vindication of Lowe, entitled * Sir Hudson 

Lowe and Napoleon,' by Mr. R. C. Seaton, appeared in 1898 (with 
portrait). 
195 ii 20 Lowe, Mauritius : for Johnslowe read John Lowe 
202 i 6 Lowe, Thomas : for MacArdle read MacArdell 

208 ii 2/.e. Lowndes, Thomas : /or the professorship read the Lowndes professorship 
216 i 35 Lowth, Simon : for St. Kosmus read St. Kosmas 
220 ii 28 Lowther, Sir John, 1st Viscount Lonsdale : for Dada read D'Addi 

88 for at Torquay read in Torbay 

228 i 18 f.e. Lowther, Sir Bichard : for (1577-1617) read {d. 161 7) 

S /.«. for (1589-1659), read (d. 1624), became a judge of the common pleas in Ireland 

12 Oct. 1610, was knighted 8 May 1618, and acquired 1,000 acres i)i 
counties Tyrone and Fermanagh. On his property in Fermanagh he 
built a fort and named an adjoining village Lowtherstown. He married 
twice, but died 14 Oct. 1624 without issue, being buried in Christ Church 
Cathedral, Dublin (cf. Bewley, Some Notes on the Lowfhers, ' Antiq. Sor. 
Trans.' ii. new ser.). One of Sir Gerard's heirs was his godson, also Sir 
Gebard Lowther (1589-1860), apparently a nature son of his elder 
brother Christopher. He i . > < 

after 1614. insert He was admitted to King's Inn, Dublin, 1619. 
after he was insert knighted in 1681 and 

after troubles, insert He was buried at St. Micharis, Dublin, in April 1660. 
Lowther, William, 3rd Earl of Lonsdale : for third read second 

for dormant until read extinct ; 
Lovd, Samuel J., 1st Baron Overstone : after Lindsay /• ' (Jterwards Barou 

Wantage) 
Luard, Henry B. : for Hodsoy read Hodaon . 
Luard, John : for bar read Car 

Lucas, Sir Charlts {d. 1648) : after i. 124). insert Ho was admitted a follow 
commoner of Christ's College, Cambridf^e, 7 June 1628, aged 15, his tutor beinu 
John Alsop, Laud'ii chaplain. 

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281 i 10 Lucas, Sir Charles («?. 1648) : omitlq.r.] 

240 i 6 Lucas, Eichard : before Dean insert Henrey {Meditations, 1758, i. 52 n) aiid 
244 i lif.e. Lucy, Charles : for was engraved by Robert Graves, A.E. read has been attributed 
to him, apparently in error. No such picture is now traceable. 

249 i 88 Lucy, Sir Thomas : for xl. read xi. 

250 i 35 /or (f7. 1605) rmtZ (1551-1605) 
ii 19 omit son of Sir Kingsmill 

21 /or (1586-1640) rea(Z (1585-1640) 

251 1 29 j. L^cy, William : /or 1591 rmc? 1594 

37 for 13 Nov. read 18 Nov. 

266 i 2/.e. Lukin, Henry: after xiii. 438). insert Following the example of his elder brother 

William, who was admitted a pensioner of Christ's College, Cambridge, in 1641» 

he joined that College 8 July 1645 aged 17 

274 ii 11 Lumley, John, Lord Lumley : for ih. 1855 read Gent. Mag. 1855 

19 /.e. Lumley, Marmaduke : /or 1399 reatZ 1400 

276 i 20 Lumley, Eichard, Ist Earl of Scarborough : for Morton read Ittoretbn 

283 i 19 /.e. Lunsford, Sir Thomas : for East Hatherley read Down Hatherley 

286 ii 9-8 /.e. Lupton, Eoger : for built by him was really the beginning of the collegiate church 

read which he added to the collegiate church 

7-6 f.e. omit which encloses . . . north side 

288 i 18 fe. Lupton, Thomas : after 1578. insert A detailed philanthropic acheme by Lupton 

is in MS. in the Bodleian Library (MS. Jones 17). 

296 i 26-31 Lutterell, John : for Lutterell purposed to leave . . . iii 1329. read An enquiry 

was held at York, but was not settled much in his favour (Raine, Letters from 

Northern Begisters). Bishop Grandiaon recommended him to Pope John XXIJ 

on 22 Feb. 1329. Lutterell was back in England by 12 Oct. 1329, and Grandison 

then next year recommended him for preferment, without much success [Iteg. 

Grandison, i. 103, 234, 247). 

303 i 15 Luxmoore, John : for St. George's, Bloomsbury, read St. George the Martyr, 

Holborn, 

Lyall, G-eorge : for Margaret, born Conyn, read Jane, bom Comyn 

Lyall, Eobert : for in Scotland read at Paisley in 1790 

for Mauritius in September read Port Louis, Mauritius, on 23 May 

Lyall, William E. : for St. J. Rose read Hugh James Rose [q. v.] 

16 /.e. Lydgate, John : for 2256 read 2255 

for Cambr. 39 read Oxford, 38 

for 314 read 306 

Lyell, Sir Charles : for Russell read Russel 

for the high church party read many high churchmen 

Lygon, Frederick, 6th Earl Beauchamp : for liturgy read hymnal 

Lyly, John : for Harvey, but Lyly in a further tract read Harvey in a further 

tract, but Lyly 

for sang, read and my 

Lynch, Thomas T. : for 1856 read 1859 

for his ' Memoirs ' read the ' Memoir ' by William White 

889 i 2 /or to rea(? for 

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^t: \ for ' Memoirs ' read ' Memoir ' 

340 i 19-20 Lyndwood, William: for Hereford read St. Davids 

26 for Gonville and Caius College read Gonville Hall 

848 i 10 /.c. Lynn, George, the elder: /or Roubillacrea^iRoubiliac 

856 ii 12 fe. Lyons, Edmund, Lord Lyons : for She was author read There is no ground for 
assigning to her three novels which, according to their title pages, were by 
* Lady Lyons ' 
8/.e. /or she died in 1852, read She died at Stockholm, while her husband waa 

still minister there, on 10 March 1852, 
872 i 11 Lyttelton, George, 1st Baron Lyttelton : after chaplain, insert Other literary 
friends were Glover, James Hammond, and Shenstone, who placed an inscription 
to him at the Leasowes. 
874 ii f.e. Lyttelton, George W., 4th Baron Lyttelton: after Park, insert There is a fine 
monument to him in Worcester Cathedral 
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876 i 12 Lyttelton, George W., 4tli Baron Lyttelton : for Lyttelton'e read Lytteltona 

15 for is now warden of Selwyn College, Cambridge, read was warden of 

Selwyn College, Cambridge, and afterwards suffragan bishop of 
Southampton, dying in 1908, 
17 after Haileybury insert while the youngest son, Alfred Lyttelton, K.C., 

became Secretary of State for the Colonies in the antnmn of 1908 
888 ii lOf.e. Lytton, Edward E. B., Earl of Lytton: for General Kennedy read General 
(afterwards Sir Michael) Kennedy 
for Sir Robert read Sir Colin 

for all Indian reforms read all recent Indian reforms 
Maberley, Frederick H. : for Maberley read Maberly ajid so through article 

for London read Heading and London 
Maberly, "William L. : after 1798 insert Frederick Herbert Maberly [q. v.] was his 

uncle 
M cAU, Robert S. : fo^r of Paris ; read promoter in 1872 of the Independent 

Protestant Mission at Paris, who died at Auteuil 11 May 1898 ; 
Macartney, George, Earl Macartney : for He did homage to the emperor read 
He managed to evade the necessity of doing homage to the emperor 
for and • Journal read (1778), extracts of which, together with his * Journal 
for all of which are published read were published 
after ' Memoir ' insert with a somewhat misleading title page 
Macanlay, Kenneth : for south from the Hebrides read to the Hebrides 
Macaulay, Thomas B., Lord Macaulay : for 1 March read 2 March 

for December by 1,804 and 1,792 read December 1832 by 2,012 and 1,984 
for 1,353 read 1,596 

for the last fortnight read the first fortnight 
for 1848 read 1884 
for 1846 read 1872 
for 18 July read 14 July 
omit and the Armada 

after Magazine,' insert and * The Armada,* first published in • Friendship's 
Offering ' in 1838, 
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MACCAK^VELL MALTBY 

N.B.— /.ff. stands tor from end and l.l. for last line 

McCrie, Thomas (1797-1875) : for aecession read original secesaiou and for 1820 
read June 1822 
for in 1828 read 16 April 1829 
for West Richmond Street meeting-house read Davie Street church 

for the English presbyterian church read the presbyterian church of 
England 

for secession read original secession 

for As a young minister he read McCrie occasionally 
MacCttUoch, Horatio : for "William Henry read William Home 
MacCuUoch, John : for third read fourth 

McCuUoch, John R. : for his native whisky, read the ancient national beverage 
claret. 

for Gilzean read Galbraith 
Macdonald, Alexander, of Glencoe {d. 1692) : for 16 June read 16 Jan. 
Macdonald, Sir John A. : for Toronto read Ontario 

for Canada West read Upper Canada 

for Toronto read Ontario 

for its viceroy read governor-general 

for 1882 read 1870 

for with representation read securing in 1886 representation 

Macdonell, James : for 1841 read 1842 

for 1873 read 1875 
Macdowell, William : after 262 insert Addit. MS. 15858, ff. 68, 70 
Maceroni, Francis : omit of London 
Mackay, Andrew : for 153 read 163 

Mackenzie, George, 1st Earl of Cromarty : omit in a letter . . . 1670 
Mackenzie, Henry : for Henry David Inglis [q. v.] read G-eorge Inglis of 
Redhall 
for 1771 read 1791 
Mackenzie, James : for Doddrige read Doddridge 
Mackenzie, John, Count Cromarty : omit now have 
4-5 for the Duke of Sutherland, read Anne, daughter of John Hay Mackenzie 

. and wife of George Granville William Leveson Gower, third Duke of 
Sutherland, whose second surviving son, Francis {d. 1893), inherited the 
Cromarty estates with the title of second Earl of Cromartie, being 
succeeded by the elder of his two daughters. 
168 i 8 McKerrow, William : for McKelvie read McKerrow 

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196 ii 26 Maclaurin, Colin : omit (1753-1821) [q. v.] 

206 i Af.e. Macleay, Sir William: omi^ first 

211 ii 3 McLennan, John F. : for who survives him read who died in 1896 

16-18 for has since been continued . . . towards completion, read and then by that 

of William Robertson Smith [q. v.], was completed by McLennan's widow 
and Mr. Arthur Piatt, and published in 1896. 
228 i 28 Macmahon, Sir Thomas W. : for 1800) read 1860) 

281 i ,.8 MacmiUan, Daniel: /or 1853 rearf 1885 ,, ^ , T-r /'I 

i 1? MJ after Alexander insert (181«-1896) " ; /MA Yi i I jlvl 

283 ii 25 f.e. Macmoyer, Florence : for given read sold for 2001. 
244 ii 19 f.e. MacNally, Leonard : for 1778 read 1787 
248 i 11 McNeill, Duncan, Baron Colonsay : omit and the title became extinct 

259 i 33 Macpherson, Ewen : for Maitland Club read Spalding Club 

260 i 27-28 for through the good offices of read after being refused by 

262 ii 25-26 Macpherson, James (1736-1796) : for Macpherson had again hinted at read Blair 

referred to 
80 for he read Macpherson 

263 i 38 for 1762 read Dec. 1761 

22 f.e. for by Blair read of his own 

li 10 f.e. for Strahan read Johnson 

6/.e. for 14 Oct. read 19 Oct. 

264 ii 10-7 for He induced the government ... in the Jacobite rising, read The govern- 

f.e. ment offered him the lands of his relative Macpherson of Cluny, which had 

been confiscated in the Jacobite rising, but he refused them in favour of 
the rightful heir. 
5/.«. /o/- Kensington Gore reaoJ Manchester Buildings ; 

267 i 26 after controversy insert Cf. T. Bailey Saunders's Life and Letters of 

Macpherson, 1895 
275 i 29 Macqneen, Robert, Lord Braxfield: for St. George's Square read George 
Square 
Macrae, James : after p. 280 ; insert Cockburn's Memoirs, p. 8 ; 
Madden, Sir Frederic : for One of his sons read His eldest son 
Madden, Sir George A. : after painted insert in 1817 

for engraved read copied in oils 
Maganran, Edmund : for Kussell read Fitzwilliam 
Magee, William C. : for and in 1859 also read In May 1860 

for Within a year .... Enniskillen. read He preached his first sermon there 
7 Oct. A month later (28 Nov. 1860) he was instituted to the Trinity 
College living of Enniskillen. His association with Quebec Chapel finally 
ended in March 1861. 
for is in course of preparation read was published in 1896 
Magellan, Jean H. de : for hardly possible read quite impossible 
Maguire, John F. : for John Forster read William Edward Forster [q. v.] 
Maidstone, Eichard : after MSS. ; insert Wylie's, Henry IV, ii. 862, 868 ; 
Maine, Sir Henry J. S. : for Frederick read Edgar 
Mainwaring, Sir Philip : for Gowes-worth read Gaws-worth 

Maitland, John, 1st Duke of Lauderdale: for {d. 1698) read [see Murray, 
Elizabeth] 
for Talmarsh read ToUemache 
Maitland, Sir Peregrine : for Caroline, daughter of George Dewar read Jane, 
daughter of General Mathew of Clanville, Hampshire 
for a daughter read Lady Jane, third daughter 
for Ancaster read Ancaster and Kesteven 
for in 1777 read 6 July 1777 

after the passage of insert Bidassoa, at the battle of Nivelle and at the 
passage of 
88 after (gold medal), insert also at the operations before Bayonne, at the action 

of Bidart, and the passage of the Adour, 
12 f.e. for and governor read He resigned on account of his aversion to the official 

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367 ii 10-9 Maitland, Sir Peregrine : for from December .... 1846, read from 18 March 

/.e. 1844 to 27 Jan. 1847, 

368 i 4 after secondly insert in 1815 

387 i 27 Major, John : for the college of Christ Church read Cardinal College, afterwards 
Christ Church 

^^^ " ,qI Malby, Sir Nicholas : for Limerick reacZ Smerwick 

420 ii 9 f.e. Malet, Sir Thomas : for 18 June 1668 read 3 Dec. 1660 (Sloane MS. 856, f. 25 6). 
433 ii 21 Malone, Edmund : after 292-3). insert His wife's portrait was painted by 

Eeynolds. 
439 i 11 f.e, Malory, Sir Thomas : after his book, insert One ' Thomas Malorie, miles,' was 
excepted, as an adherent of Warwick, from a pardon granted by Edward IV in 
1468. He seems to have been son of John Malorie by Alice, daughter of John 
Kevell, to have served under Kichard de Beauchamp, captain of Calais, about 
1430, to have been knighted in 1445, to have been M.P. for Warwickshire, to 
have died in March 1471, and to have been buried at Grey Friars, Newgate (cf. 
Athenaum, 11-18 July 1896). 
441 i 20 Maltby, Edward : for a prebend at Lincoln, read the prebend of Leighton Buzzard 
in Lincoln Cathedral in 1794, 
22-23 for and Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, read While at Buckden, Maltby 

received Edward Bouverie Pusey [q. v.] and his brother as private pupils 
in October 1817, and notwithstanding later differences wrote that he had 
no recollections of Pusey ' but such as are most agreeable ' (Liddon, Life 
of Pusey, i. 19-22). 
ii 5 after religion, insert On the publication of Tract XC Maltby was one of the 

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68 i 18 /.c. Manners, John, Marquis of Granby : after the day.' insert He left a sick bed on 
an inclement night (September 1760 > during the cannonade of Briickermiihl 
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 {ih. ii. 859). 
ii 7-14 omit He left a sick bed .... {ib. ii. 859). 

38 oniit Windsor 

34 for London read Belvoir 

18 /.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.' 
85 for twice painted read twelve times painted 

86-87 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. 

1 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 82 Manners, Sir Robert : for 1461) read 1461 ?) 

2 f.e. Manners, Lord Robert : for second son read third son 

65 ii 6/.e. Manners, Roger, 5tli Earl of Rutland : for uncle read great-uncle 

5 f.e. for nephews read great-nephews 

66 i 8 for Northamptonshire read Nottinghamshire 

ii 84-85 Manners, Thomas, Ist Earl of Rutland : for Nun Burnham read Nunburnholme 

78 i 4-8 f.e. Manning, William (1680 ?-1711) : for was born, .... about 1680. read may be 

well identified with William Manning (son of William Manning) who, bom 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/.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 Hertford- 
shire 
114 i 81 Mapletoft, John : for Duchess read Countess 
122 ii 2/.C. Marcet, Mrs. Jane : for Francis read Anthony Francis 
128 i 14 /.e. Marckant, John : for Purforte read Purfoote 
182 i 11 /.e. Margaret, St. {d. 1093) : for deserves read derives 

g I Margetson, James : for Armagh read Arvagh 

ii 12 f.e. omit eldest 

6/.e. after son iyisert {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 [i\. v.], 

Nov.-Dec. 1224, 
4 /.e. after Lacy insert [q. v.] 

ii 7 for Richard, the earl-marshal read Richard Marshal 

10-11 for the marshal read Marshal 

168 i 18 for the earl-marshal read Richard Marshal 

27 for Richard, the earl-marshal read Ricliard Marshal 

175 ii 16-19 Markland, Abraham : Note that the poem numbered 8 was by tJie son, Oeor(/f 
Markland (see I. 4 supra), and not by tJie father, Abraham. 

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Marlowe, Christopher: after Marlowe, insert In October 1588 Marlowe was 

Bummoned to the next gaol delivery of Middlesex to take his trial for an 

unspecified offence (cf. AthencBum, 18 Aug. 1894, and art. by Prof. F. S. 

Boas in Fortnightly Beview, Feb, 1899, ' New Light on Marlowe and Kyd.') 

for 1800 read 1830 

Marsden, John H. : after 1842 insert reissued in 1878 

Marsden, Samuel : for placed .... Cambridge read on 7 Dec. 1790 was admitted 
a scholar of Magdalene College, Cambridge (see the College Register) 
for 1847 read 1836 
Marsh, Herbert : omit with the professor's house at Cambridge, 
for * a trap read ' cobwebs 
for He had read The bishop had 

fdr to which his opponents were driven in 1812 by read which was formed in 
1812 by men opposed to the party that Marsh represented, but largely 
owing to 
Marshal, John, 1st Baron Marshal : for Worcester read Gloucester 
Marshal, William, 1st Earl of Pembroke : for Bristol read Gloucester 

for recalcitrant barons .... Robert de Gaugi, read recalcitrants. In the 
autumn Marshal had to fight with Morgan of Caerleon, and early in 1218 
he besieged Robert de Gaugi 
after sea insert in 1200 
Marshal, William, 2nd Earl of Pembroke : for It was perhaps he .... In 
March 1217 read But in February 1217 
23-24 for From this time .... fought with him read In the following month he 

took part with his father in the operations against Louis in Surrey and 
Hampshire and played a foremost part in the fight 
for Wallia, read Walha 
Marshall, Francis A. : for W. S. Wills read W. G. Wills 
Marshall, Stephen : for John Dutton, of Dutton, Cheshire read Robert Castell, of 

East Hatley, Cambridgeshire, by Elizabeth, daughter of Edmund Alleyne. 
Marshall, William {fi. 1630-1650) : for * Plays ' read ' Poems ' 
Marshall, William (1745-1818) : after p. 241). insert His ' Yorkshire Words ' was 

reprinted by the English Dialect Society. 
Marsham, Sir John : after treatises, insert His nephew Thomas Stanley [q. v.] 

dedicated to him his ' History of Philosophy ' (1655). 
Marshman, John C. : for weekly read magazine 
Martin, Henry : after ' Spectator ' insert and the ' Guardian ' 
Martin, Peter J. : after one son insert Robert Martin {d. 1891) 
Martin, Richard : for (1808-1858) read {d. 1858) 
Martin, Sir Samuel : for now Lady Macnaghten, read who became wife of Lord 

Macnaghten. 
Martineau, Harriet : for Society ' read Travel ' 
Martyn, William : after 1589, insert was M.P. for Exeter 1597-8, 
Marvell, Andrew : after 491-3). insert A bronze tablet on the wall of Waterlow 
Park marks the site of his house on Highgate Hill. 

I Mary I : for Clement VIII read Clement VII 

after Newhall insert near Chelmsford 

for ten days read twelve days 

for made read had already made 

for displeased read had displeased 

for The rising in the north impelled Cromwell, too, read The somewhat 

similar insurrection in the west now impelled Cromwell 
for Pannell read Paynell 

after fact, insert One Epithalamium was by Lodovico Paterno. 
omit nego- 
for tiated .... he had urged read tried to effect a truce between the 

emperor and the French king, and his negotiations resulted in 1556 in the 

peace of Vaucelles. He had also urged 
for her read that country 
20 f.e. Mary II : after 1692. insert A statue of her is at University College, Oxford. 
Mary Stuart : for 10 Jan. read 11 June 

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Medland, Thomas : for {fl. 1777-1822) read {d. 1883) 

after 1822. insert He died at Hertford 80 Oct. 1833 (Ge^it. Mag. 1883^ 
ii. 476). 
Medley, John : /o7- entered the church read was ordained deacon 

for 1085 read 1885 
Melmoth, William (1710-1799) : for he read she 
12 f.e. Melton, William de : after preacher insert and was for some time tutor to Fisher 
(cf. De Veritate Corporis, p. 327) 
after Library, insert His wills and inventories are printed in * Testamenta 

Eboracensia' (Surtees Soc), pp. 251-63 
after p. 696 itisert Yorkshire Archseological Journal, viii. 291 
Mercer, John : for cotton-spinner read weaver 
Meres, Francis : for [ib.) read [ih. ; Yorkshire Record Series, vol. ii.) 
after son insert Francis 

for He seems to have had a son read The son 
omit who 

after presented insert for the speakership 
Meres, John : aftei- 1. 28). insert He compiled a useful catalogue of English plays 

(London, 1713, 4to, with continuation, 1715). 
Merewether, Sir William L. : for he commanded .... Sind horse, read he was 

second in command of Sir George Malcolm's detachment of Sind horse, 
Merivale, John H. : for the Rev. H. J. T. Drury read the Rev. Joseph Drury 
for is read was 
omit the present 
Merry, Bobert : for Cambridge, read Cambridge, being admitted there 2 April 
1771. 
for was entered of Lincoln's Inn read studied at Lincoln's Inn, where he 
had been entered 5 Nov. 1770, 
Metcalf, John: for Boynes's read. Boyne's 

Metcalfe, Charles T., Baron Metcalfe: for is in the Kingston town-hall, 
Jamaica, read by a Canadian artist, named Bradish, is in the court house at 
Falmouth, Jamaica. 
Michel, Sir John : for (now Sir Henry) read (afterwards Sir Harry) 
Michell, Bichard : after children, insert One daughter, Mary, married the third 

duke of Sutherland and subsequently Sir Albert Rollit, M.P. 
Middleton, Conyers : for thus read then 

for * Letter to Rome ' read ' Letter from Rome ' 
Middleton, John, 1st Earl of Middleton : for 1673) read 1674) 

for 1678 read June 1674 (Sloane MS. 8512, f. 79) 
Middleton, Bichard : for Wilham Middleton, a D.D. of Paris read William of 

Meliton [q. v.] 
Middleton, Thomas F. : for Sharpe read Sharp 

Midgeley, Bobert : after Spy,' insert has been doubtfully identified with the 
Robert Midgeley who was 
ii 1 for and removing to Christ's College, read The alleged author of the 

* Turkish Spy ' seems more probably identical with another Robert 
Midgeley (son of Samuel Midgeley) who, born at Adle, near Leeds, was 
admitted a sizar of Christ's College, Cambridge, 27 June 1671, aged 16, 
869 i 4 Miers, John : /or his father, who was a jeweller; read his father, John Miera, a 

jeweller and miniaturist, who executed a portrait of Robert Bums; 
877 ii 8/.C, Miles, Oeorge F. : omit Edward I' Anson 
880 ii 7 Mill, James: after 1808. insert Spenoe replied in ' Agriculture the Source of tlie 

Wealth of Britain.' 
399 j 82 Mill, John Stuart : for H. R. L. Mansel's read H. L. Mansel's 
401 i aO/.<f. Millar, Andrew : for (No. 4063) read (No. 4050) 
hf.e. Millar, James: for {d. 1827) read (1762-1827) 
4/.«. fift/r writer, insert bom at Ayr on 4 Feb. 1762, 

/./. after Hcivtice. innrrt He acted for some years as a tutor in Juimiica, and 

ufterwardH aH cliaplaiu to the University of CJlasgow. 
ii 6 for in July read on 18 July 

40!1 i 18 Millar, John (1785-1801 )/«/• Allan Thomson read Dr. Jolin Thomson, by whom 
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after Lynn insert His brother Thomas is noticed separately. 
Miller, Hugh : for 2 Dec. read 23 Dec. 
Miller, James (1706-1744) : omit ' Mister Taste, .... Hogarth, 1833, p. 176). 

after 1735 insert (this piece must be distinguished from another also called 
' The Man of Taste,' which was published in 1733, being a reissue with a 
new title of ' Mister Taste, the Poetical Fop : or, the Modes of the Court,' a 
comedy [1732] ; ' Mister Taste,' for which Hogarth designed a satirical 
frontispiece, was an insolent attack on Pope) 
414 ii 18-19 Miller, John C. : for collected 5,000Z. read organised simultaneous collections on a 
given Sunday in the churches of Birmingham, by which means the sum 
of 5,000Z. was raised, and the first foundation laid of Hospital Sunday. 
36 after issue, insert The Miller Hospital of Greenwich, grafted upon the Royal 

Kent Dispensary, was opened in December 1884 as a memorial to Miller. 
1 f.e. before Christian Cabinet insert John Poland's Records of the Miller 

Hospital and Royal Kent Dispensary, 1893 ; 

[ Miller, Patrick : for Andrew read William 

Miller, Thomas (1781-1804) : after pavior insert and brother of Edward Miller 

[q. v.] 
Miller, Thomas (1807-1874) : for Harrison Ainsworth read W. H. Harrison 
Miller, William (1795-1861) : after (Chicago, 1892) ; insert Basil Hall's Journal in 

Chili, part i, ch. iii. ; 

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MILMAN MORE 

X.B.— /.e. stands tor from end aud l.l. for last line 

Milman, Henry H. : for shifted read sifted 

for Lieutenant read Lieutenant-General 
Milton, John (1608-1674) : for the work read the agreement 

for Cambridge were left .... died in 1700. read Cambridge, of which the 
history is very obscure, may have formed part of a donation made to the 
college by Sir Henry Newton, afterwards Puckering [q. v.]. 
Milverton, John : after MSS. ; insert Gregory's Chronicle (Camden Soc.) ; 
Misson, Francis M. : for 1798 read 1698 
for 22 Jan. read 12 Jan. 
67 i life. Mitchell, Hugh Henry : for (1764 ? read (1770 

10 f.e. after Colonel, insert born 9 June 1770, 

95 ii 28-24 Modyford, Sir Thomas : for Charles, the elder, predeceased his father, read Thomas 
the elder, survived his father little more than a month. 
24 for Thomas read Charles 

97 ii 39-40 Moffat, Robert : for Stellen-booch read Stellen-bosch 

102 i 11 /.e. Moffett, Thomas : for Barnes Elms read Barn Elms 

103 i 3 f.e. for he is there described read he is described at the foot of the dedication 
107 i 29-34 Mohun, Charles, 5th Baron Mohnn: omit His only would-be apologist . . . 

Own Time, ii. 180). 
17 f.e. for and engraved by Cooper, read in 1707 and was engraved by John Faber 

the younger, in 1732. 

111 i 18 /.e. Mohun, Reginald de: for 1146 read 1246 

112 ii 5 Mohun, William de : for Dunstan read Dunater 
120 i 10 Molesworth, John E. N. : for 1825 read 1815 

122 i 17 Molesworth, Robert, 1st Viscount Molesworth : before were issued insert [see 

Rogers, Thomas, 1660-1694] 
128 i 21 f.e. Molesworth, Sir William : for His father .... and he read He 

15-3 for and he was sent .... at the university. He read With his mother 

f.e. and two sisters he removed during 1824 to Edinburgh, and studied at the 

university till 1827. In that year he entered at St. John's College, 
Cambridge, but soon migrated to Trinity. He gave promise of mathe- 
matical distinction, but a quarrel with his tutor led to his expulsion from 
Cambridge in April 1828. He sent his tutor a challenge, and both were 
bound over by the mayor of Cambridge to keep the peace for a year. 
Molesworth spent the next few months in the family of Dr. Bekker at Offen- 
bach, near Frankfort, studying German and philosophy. At the end of a 
year he travelled by coach to Munich to fight the postponed duel with his 
Cambridge tutor. Lord Queensberry acted as his second. Shots were 
exchanged, but neither was hurt. Molesworth 
l.l. for Naples read Rome and at Naples 

ii 10 f.e. after generally, insert He purchased the ' Westminster Review ' in 1836 and 

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124 i 12 after troubles insert after championing Lord Durham's policy 

25 before He was insert He took part in founding the Reform Club in London 

in the same year. 

125 i 10 after Mrs. Grote, insert and on her death it passed to his sister, Mrs. Ford, 

who presented it to the parliament house at Ottawa, where it now stands 
in the library, 
88 before The Philosophical Radicals bisert Mrs. Fawcett's Life of Sir William 

Molesworth appeared in 1908. 
Molines, Sir John de : for Mautravers read Maltravers 
Molyneuz, Samuel : for the death of Molyneux's widow, on 27 May read the 

marriage of Molyneux's widow to Nathaniel St. Andre, on 17 May 
Monck, George, 1st Duke of Albemarle : for no longer shown to visitors read is 
in a very decayed condition 
after 1866. insert A fourth was painted by Dr. Logan, of which, and of two 

other pictures of Monck, engravings belong to James Falconer, esq. 
omit A portrait of Monck .... James Falconer, esq, 
after Albemarle, insert bom 25 March 1619 (Sloane MS. 1708, f. 117), 
for said to be aged 54 read aged nearly 51 
Moncreiff, Sir Henry: for (1788-1767) read (d. 1767) 
Moncreiff, Sir Henry W. : for fifty read fifty-two 

Monson, Sir William (1569-1643) : for What appears to be the original manu- 
script read The original manuscript, corrected for the press by the author and 
dated 1624, is in Sloane MS. 2496, ff. 113-188. Another manuscript 
205 ii 1 Montacnte, John de, 3rd Earl of Salisbury : omit baron and after Monthermer 

insert [q, v.] 
218 i 2-1 Montacnte, William de, 1st Earl of Salisbury : for Sir William Grandison read 

f.e. William de Grandison, first Baron Grandison 
250 ii 12 /.e. Montagu, Henry, Ist Earl of Manchester : for Sidney, who died in infancy, read 
Sidney, who, having been admitted fellow-commoner at Christ's College, Cam- 
bridge, 20 May 1641, graduated M.A. in that year, entered the Middle Temple 
2 Aug. 1642, and died young, 
257 i 88 Montagu, John, 4th Earl of Sandwich : after first lord, insert Sandwich, how- 
ever, interested himself in getting Captam Cook's two vessels fitted out 
adequately in 1778, and Cook named the Sandwich Islands after him. 
Montagu, Lady Mary W. : for sixth read second 
for 1751 read 1761 
I0f.e. Montfort, Simon of, Earl of Leicester: for 1891 read 1890 
Montfort, Simon of, the younger: foi- 1265 read 1264 
Montgomerie, Alexander, 9th Earl of Eglington : for Susannah, unmarried. 

read Susannah (//. 1754) married John Rentou of Laraerton, Berwickshire. 
Montgomerie, Robert (^Z. 1684) : for 1661 read 1651 ' 
Montgomery, Henry : for 1800 read 1830 

Montgomery, Robert (1807-1855) : after 1841. insert The most ambitious of his 
later works was ' Luther : a Poem ' (1842, 8vo, 6th ed. 1851). Of immense 
length, this volume contains Montgomery's one memorable line, viz. ' the solitary 
monk that shook the world.' 
885 i 21 f.e. Moor, Edward : after bart. insert and afterwards Baron Hatherley and lord 
Chancellor [q. v.J 
Moore, Sir Garret, Viscount Moore: for Sloane MS. read Addit. MS. 
More, Sir Thomas : omit and personal liberty is at its zenith 

after Italian version, insert translated by Hortensio Lando and edited 
for BaruB read Bams 

before the anonymous insert Cliristopher St. German [q. v.] 
for in an anonymous treatise entitled read by St. German in 
o7nit Dialog! 

for festinissimo, read festiuissima 
for Meudocjis read Mendacijs 
for now belonging read, belonging in 1892 

after 121-2) insert The MS. figured in the 88rd * Antiquarischor Katalog ' of 
Heinrich Schoningh of MUnster, 1694 
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5 i 14 /.e. Morell, Thomas : for Hertford read Hereford 

8 ii 27-33 Moret, Hubert : for His portrait .... Moret. read His portrait was formerly 

supposed to have been painted by Holbein, but the alleged portrait of Moret by 
Holbein (picture and drawing at Dresden) represents Charles de Solier, seigneur 
de Morette, a French ambassador who flourished in 1534. 
23-22 Moreton, Henry J. R., 2nd Earl of Ducie : for John Reynolds read Geokge 
f.e. Francis 

9 i 10 f.e. for G. V. Briggs read H. P. Briggs 
22 ii 18 f.e. Morgan, John M. : for 1851 read 1837 

32 i IS f.e. Morgan, Thomas (1543-1606 ?) : omit the Jesuit 

51 ii life. Morier, James J. : fbr Troutroud read Toutrond 

52 i 2 after Ispahan insert in England 

12 for Troutroud, or the Frenchman in London,' read Toutrond, or a Frenchman 

in London in 1831,' 
54 i Sf.e. Morins, Richard de : /or he seems read he studied at Bologna (Ges^a Ahhat. 
i. 307). He 
Morland, Sir Samuel : for In 1666 read On 13 Jan. 1666-7 

after 1672 8vo. insert (the ' Perpetual Almanack' is reprinted in John 

Playford's ' Vade Mecum,' 1717) 
for Joseph read Samuel 
Morley, Christopher L. : for Of these a few read Thirty-six of these 

for Nos. 1259 .... 1289 read Nos. 1256-8, 1259-80, 1282-94, 1297-9 
Morley, George : for affixed read prefixed 

after Chelsea insert and his books for the use of the clergy of his diocese 
Morley, John (1656-1732) : for Gestringthorpe read Gestiugthorpe 
Morley, John {d. 1776?): /or (1655 read (1656 

Morris, Charles : for proceeded B.A joined the 17th foot, read joined the 

17th foot in Ireland on its return from Minorca in 1748 (He did not, as has been 
stated, proceed to Oxford). 
106 i 17-18 Morris, Roger : for Beverley in 1852 .... Minster, read Beverley on 24 Nov. 
1851, and was buried in the churchyard of Beverley Minster. 
Morrison, George : for 1829 read 1729 
Mortimer, George F. W., for still survives read died in 1901 
Morton, John (1420 ?-1500) : for to have read to leave 

for 12 Oct. read 15 Sept. 
Morton, John (1671?-1726) : for In 1701 read As early as 1694 (Sloane MS. 4062) 
Morton, Thomas (1564-1659) : Note that the works numbered 1, 2, and I'l which 
are here attributed to Thomas Morton, bislwp of Durham, were by another 
Thomas Morton of Berwick andof Chi-ist's College, Cambridge. The date of 
publication of No. 22 should be 1599, not 1669. 
Morys, Sir John: after Ireland; insert Book of Howth, pp. 161, 164, 456; 
Moryson, Fynes : for 1617 ?) read 1630) 

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176 i llf.e. Moseley, Henry : for Lyne read Lyme 

191 ii 8/.e. Mo styn, Sir Roger : after Carnarvonshire, insert Farquhar's ' Constant Couple ' 

was dedicated to him. 

192 i 29-80 ojnit was appointed .... in 1768 

198 i 88 Motherby, George : for in the summer of read on 19 July 

221 ii 16 Mowbray, John (V), 2nd Duke of Norfolk: for In April and May read In the 
early spring 
20 for May read March 

286 ii 21 /.e. Mowbray, Thomas (II), Earl Marshal: o?m^ Lady 

288 ii 2/.e. Mowse, William : after to him. ijiser^ But he withdrew from that office early in 

1557, when he was succeeded by Henry Harvey or Hervey {d. 1585) [q. v.] 

289 i 6 omit and of the mastership .... soon 

7-8 o7nit [cf. Harvey .... LL.D.] 

240 i 5 f.e. Moxon, Edward : after 1843-6, insert also of ' Cleon ' and the ' Statue and Bust ' 

(both in 1855) 
ii 4 for impression read copy 

241 i 81 for Moxon read Mrs. Moxon 

245 ii 21 Moyle, Sir Thomas : for probable that he supported her read that he proclaimed 

her queen 
268 ii 26 Muir, Thomas : for Thomas read James 

80 after university, insert where he matriculated in 1777 and graduated M.A. 

on 24 April 1782, 
279 ii 10 Miiller, "William J. : after 1888. insert Two hundred of Midler's works were 

exhibited at the Birmingham Art Gallery in 1896. 
297 ii 12 Munday, Henry : for 1615 read 1715 
819 ii 11 Murchison, Sir Eoderick I. : for quartzoles read quartzites 

12 for from their fossils, read from their fofisils, of 

821 i 15 f.e. Mnrcot, John : for Ashbury read Astbury 

828 ii 15-16 Murdock, William : for in the 1882 .... National read in the Wallace Monu- 
ment at Stirling. In 1882 the National 
882 ii 19 Murimuth, Adam : for 1881 read 1337 
887 ii 84-85 Murphy, Edward : ojnit on the recommendation of James II, 

88-89 for in that year read 1724 

850 ii 11 f.e. Murray, Lord Charles, 1st Earl of Dunmore : for third earl read second earl 
861 i 20 Murray, Lord George (1761-1803) : after (Wood), iiisert Amelia Matilda Murray 

[q. v.] was the fourth daughter. 
878 U 12 Murray, James (1725 ?-1794) : for (1725 ? read (1719 ? 

14 for 1725 read 1719 

876 i 19-20 for Miss CuUen read Cordelia, eldest daughter of John Collier of Hastings 

892 i 29 Murray, John (1778-1843) : for former read latter 

80 for latter read former 

894 i 15 f.e. Murray, John (1786?-1851): after 183S. insert In 1885 he gave evidence on the 
safety lamp and ventilation before the House of Commons Select Committee on 
accidents in mines {Reports, pp. 287-49). 
404 i 2 Murray, Sir Terence A. : for A son. read The second son by the second marriage 
10 /,e. Murray, Thomas (1564-1628) : after daughters insert one of whom was wife of Sir 
Henry Newton, afterwards Puckering [q. v.], while the other was Anne, Lady 
Halkett [q. v.], 

408 ii 25 Murray, William, 1st Earl of Dysart : for two daughters read four daughters 

409 ii 8-9 Murray, William, Marquis of Tullibardine : for Corri-garrick read Corry-arrick 
418 i 14 f.e. Murray, William, Ist Earl of Mansfield : for brother read nephew 

421 ii Id f.e. Musgrave, Sir Philip : after Oxford, insert where he became a commoner in 1624, 
426 i 20 f.e. Musgrave, Thomas, Baron Musgrave : for Harca read Harcla (or Hartley) 
429 i 16-17 Mush, John : for Anne Clithero read Margaret Clitlierow [q. v.] 

485 i 28 Musters, George C. : for Coldwick Hall read Colwick Hall 

25 for Mary Anne Cliaworth. read Mary Ann Chaworth. 

486 ii life. Myddelton, Sir Hugh: omi^ near 

446 i 2 f.e. Mykelfeld, William : before at Paris insert (the seminary of the Jacobins or 
Dominican friar preachers) 

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MYLLAE NICHOLLS 

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Mynn, Alfred : for Nathaniel read Nicholas 

Nagle, Sir Richard : after Ireland, insert son of James Nagle of Cloglier, 

Nairne, John, 3rd Lord Nairne : for Caroline read Carolina 

Nalson, John : for Conyng Street read Coney Street 

for Peter Williams read Philip Williams 
Napier, Sir Alexander : for 1C86-7 read 1436-7 
12 f.e. Napier, George : for 88 read 81 

Napier, Sir Gerard : after brother, insert He was a commoner of Trinity College, 

Oxford, in 1623-4. 
Napier, Robert C, Lord Napier of Magdala : for (1811 read (1810 
Nash, Richard : after 1703 insert (cf. art. Venneb, Tobias) 

Naish, Thomas : after 4to. insert It gives a rationalistic explanation of dreams 
and exposes many popular superstitions. 

108 ii 17 f.e. after Library, insert Another imperfect copy, called * The Choosing of Valen- 

tines by Thomas Nashe,' is in Inner Temple MS. 538. A few of its 
opening lines were printed by Dr. Grosart and the whole by Mr. John S. 
Farmer for private circulation in 1899. 

109 i 2 for Tanner MSS. read Tanner and Inner Temple MSS. 
omit An indelicate poem .... Dr. Grosart. 

Nash, Treadway R. ; for vicarage 7-ead rectory 
Nasmyth, Alexander : for 1778 read 1787 

Nasmyth, James : after foundry, insert In 1836 also he gave evidence on the arts and 
principles of design before a select committee of the House of Commons 
(see Beporf, p. 28). 
for Napier read Nasmyth 
Nassyngton, William : for Three read Ten 

for viz. read including 
Naunton, Sir Robert : for 22951 read 22591 
Neale, Erskine : for Whycotte read Whychotte 
Neale, John M. : for 1841 read 1851 

owit he was elected .... College, where 

after tutor insert at Downing College (he was not elected fellow) 
for the Jews read the Pews 
for in read on 
Neale, Walter : for was son read is erroneously said to have been son 

after 1491 read This Walter Neale, who married twice, died between 9 Oct. 
1G12, when he made hia will, and 29 April 1618, when his will was proved 
{New England Hist, and Geneal. Beg. April 1898). The explorer's 
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Neale, William J. : after 1842 insert (an adaptation of a * History of the Mutiny,' 

by George Roberts, d. 1860 [q. v.]) 
Neckam, Alexander : for Neckam seems also read Neckam is sometimes said 
omit attributed to St. Anselm and and for his read St. Anselm's 
for Of his translation read It is more probably by Eoger Caen. Neckam's 

translation 
after elegiacs insert has been published (see Wabd's Catalogue ofBomanceSf 

ii. 851) ; 
after xviii. 521 ; insert Peter of Blois, Epist. 187 ; 

\ K eedham, Sir John : for Cestrensis read Cestriensis 

for Pever read Peover 
Nesfield, William A. : for Newcastle read Northumberland 
Neville, Alan de : for who 7-ead who is most doubtfully said to have 
Neville, Edmund: for 1630?) i-ead 1618?) 
for Worcestershire read Warwickshire 
for Thomas read William 

for before 1640 in Brussels read about 1618 in Dunkirk 
Neville, Geoffrey de {d. 1285) : for (d. 1283) o-ead {d. 1282) 
Neville, Hugh de : for who read who is most doubtfully said to have 
Neville, John, Marquis of Montagu : for 1459 read 1460 
Neville, Jollan de : for accountant read official 

for reprints read prints 
Neville, Ralph de, 4th Baron Neville : for East Riding read North Riding 
Neville, Richard A. G., 2nd Baron Braybrooke : /or the latter read the barony of 
Howard de Walden 
for extinct read dormant 
Nevison, John : for 1684) read 1685) 

for 1684 read 1684-5 
Newark, Henry de : for 1791 read 1291 
Newcomen, Thomas : for Twitzer read Switzer 
Newenham, John de : omit of 

Newland, Henry G. : after father insert (Colonel Bingham Newland) 
for 1821 read 1823 

after 8vo, insert 8. * Commentaries on Ephesians and Philippians,' 1860, 
2 vols. 
Newton, Francis : for Newbold read Newbald 
Newton, Gilbert S. : for 1831 read 1833 
, Newton, Richard (1676-1753) : for 1672 read 1772 
Newton, Thomas (1542 ?-1607) : after Thence insert (according to Warton) 
Newton, Thomas (1704-1782) : for 1682 read 1782 

after West insert The twentieth edition appeared in 1885 
Nichol, John P. : for in 1858 Miss Pease read on 6 July 1858 Elizabeth, daughter 
of Joseph Pease 
after survived him insert (she died, aged 90, on 8 Feb. 1897) 
Nicholas de Famham : for bishop read archbishop 

for De lUustratione Anglorum Scriptorum; read De lUustribus Anglise 
ScriptoribuB ; 
Nicholas, Robert : for (1597-1666 ?) read (1595-1667) 

for probably the son of Robert Nicholas .... 25 July 1614, and on read 
son of John Nicholas of Devizes and Roundway, in the parish of Bishops 
Cannings, Wiltshire, and was baptised at St. James's, Southbroom, in that 
parish, on 21 Sept. 1595. Nicholas on 
for Nicholas probably died during the next year, read Nicholas resided in 
later life at Seend, Wiltshire, where he made his will 6 May 1667. He was 
buried on 28 Dec. (in accordance with the provision of his will) in the 
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Nichols, James : for (1845) read (1845 and 1848) 
Nicholson, John (1821-1857) : for Bead read Reed 
Nicholson, William (1591-1672) : for aged 72 read aged 80 
Nicholson, William (1753-1815) : fo^- many patients read four patients 

after his own imert respectively in 1790, 1802, 1806, and 1812 (the last not 
being completed) 
Noel, Baptist, 3rd Viscount Campden : for Thomas Watton, lord Watton, read 
Thomas Wotton, lord Wotton, 
21 f.e. Nonant, Hugh de : for Hubert of Salisbury read Herbert of Salisbury 
Norden, John : omit and 

omit Additional 
Norgate, Eohert : after 1573-4. insert He became master of Corpus Christi College 

in 1573. 
Norman, George W. : for Baron Overston read Baron Overstone 
Norris, Sir Edward : for Francis read Francis Vere 
Norris, Sir John : for was finally recalled read was superseded in command, 

though he remained at Brest till near the end of the year 
North, Sir Dudley : for third son read fourth son 
24 f.e. North, Edward, 1st Baron North : for Sconington read Sinnington 
North, Frederick, 2nd Earl of Guilford : for Bassett read Basset 
Northey, Sir Edward : for Sir Thomas Raymond [q. v.], baron of the exchequer. 
read Robert Raymond, Lord Raymond [q. v.], lord chief justice. 
10 f.e. Northmore, Thomas: for Earle read Erie 

Norton, Caroline E. S. : for Lockhart read Henry Nelson Coleridge 

Norton, Samuel : for ff. 81-90 read flE. 17-21, 24-28, and 81-90 

Norton, Thomas {fl. 1477) : before Addit. MSS. insert Sloane MSS. 1198, 2174, and 

omit 800 [1] 
Norton, Thomas (1532-1584) : omit Middle 
No well, Alexander : for Jewell's read Jewel's 

for name unknown, read whose name seems to have been Blount, 

for who had been married before .... she had issue, read widow of Thomas 

Bowyer, grocer, of London. 
after 1612 insert being buried at Mundham, near Chichester (see monu- 
mental inscription and parish register at Mundham) 
for Pankhurst's read Parkhurst's 
Nower, Francis : for C. P. Nowers read G. P. Nowers 
Nutter, William: for 21 March read 14 March 

Nye, Nathaniel : after astronomy ' insert (Nye also published an almanack for 
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288 i 81 Fye, Stephen : after 1729) [q. v.] in&crt An * Examination ' by John Jackson 

(1686-1768) [q. v.] appeared in 1715 
887 i 29 Oakeley, Frederick : for Time read Tones 

800 i 18 Gates, Titus : for Buckingham read Oates 

801 i 86 for Withina read "Wythens [q. v.] 

808 ii 5 after Cartwright ; insert Lord Kenyon's MSS. pp. 105-8 ; Rochester'a 

Familiar Letters, 1714, p. 150 ; 
812 i \\f.e. O'Brien, Donogh C. : for March read de Marisco [q. v.] 

816 ii 11 f.e. O'Brien, James T. : for Westmeath read Wexford 

817 i 28 after ings insert as well as those of the deists 

ii 11-12 for seven sons and six daughters read eight sons and five daughters 

17 after year insert (4th edit. 1877 and 5th edit. 1886) 

19 for directed against ritualism, read in great part directed against Trac- 

tarianism, 
827 i 9 \ 

21 O'Brien, Murtough : for Murtough read Murtogh 
u 81 I 

20-24 omit He attended a synod .... three thousand students. 

87 after 1086. insert His daughter Mbr {d. 1187) married Murchadh O'Mael- 

sechlainn. 
40 after vol. ii. ; insert Annals Loch C6 (Rolls Series) ; 

880 i 81 O'Brien, Turlough : for Murtough read Murtogh 
872 i 4 O'Connell, Daniel (1775-1847) : for brother read uncle 

16 f.e. for return read recovery 

400 i 24 O'Connor, Cathal (1150-1224) : for March read de Marisco [q. v.] 
405 i 8 f.e. O'Connor, Luke S. : for February 1868 read January 1867 
ii 18 f.e. O'Connor. Boderic (1116-1198) : for (1116 read (1116 ? 

428 i 5 f.e. Odo of Canterbury : for Odo read Odo ' de Cancia ' 

3-2 for These sermons are remarkable for their frequent introduction read They 

f.e. have been attributed both to Odo of Canterburj' and to Odo of Cheriton, 

but the frequent introduction 
l.l. omit which helps to explain the 

ii 1-8 for confusion with Odo .... the latter author read points to the latter's 

authorship ; they are, however, distinct from Odo of Cheriton's sermons 

429 ii 13 f.e. OdO of Cheriton: for undoubtedly I'ead probably and for Canterbury reacL 

Cheriton 
12 f.e. for Cheriton read Canterbury 

434 i 28 O'Donnell, Calvagh : for 1581 read 1561 
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8 Offor, George : for biography read bibliography 
7 i 35 Offord, Andrew : for Newbold read Newbald 

10 ii 34 Ogborne, David: for {fi. 1740-1764) read {d. 1801) 

11 i 20-22 for After 1704 Ogborne appears . . . his death, read Ogborne died at Chelms- 

ford and was buried in the churchyard there 6 Jan. 1801, 
24 for three sons . . . John [q. v.] read three sons and three daughters. John 

[q. V.J 
25-26 for and Elizabeth [q. v.] . . . his children read was son 

28 before Baker's Biogr. insert Essex Review, vol. viii. No. 31 (July 1899) ; 

34 Ogborne, Elizabeth : for (1759 read (1763 ? 
85-36 omit born at Chelmsford ... 16 May 1759, 

37 for David Ogborne [q. v.] read Sir John Eliot, bart., by Jane Jackson. She 

married about 1790 John Ogborne [q. v.], son of David Ogborne [q. v.] 

38 for elder brother read husband 

10 f.e. for Miss Ogborne read Mrs. Ogborne 

9 f.e. for ninety-fifth read ninetieth 

ii 1 before Gent. Mag. insert Essex Review (July 1899) ; 

6 Ogborne, John : for (fl. 1770-1790) read (1755-1837) 

7 omit possibly 

26 for wife read sister (baptised at Chelmsford, 31 Aug. 1704) 

80 omit the line • 

31 for but in read In 

84-35 for This may have . . . same name, read He died a pensioner of the 

National Benevolent Institution, being buried in Tottenham Court Road 
Burial Ground 13 Nov. 1837. His wife, Elizabeth Ogborne, is separately 
noticed. 

36 before Redgrave's Diet, insert Essex Review (July 1899) ; 

12 i 13 Ogden, James : for 1889 read 1869 

ii 21 f.e. Ogden, Samuel "(1626 ?-1697) : /or. (1626 ? read (1628 ? 

19 f.e. for about 1626 read about 1628, the son of John Ogden, 

lSf.e. for and Christ's College, Cambridge, read and was admitted to Christ's 

College, Cambridge, as a sizar 4 May 1648, aged 20. 
17 f.e. after B. A. insert (1651-2) 

15 i 32 Ogilby, John : for Rathfurm read Rathfarnham 
17 ii 17 f.e. Ogilvie, Charles A. : for Jenkinson read Jenkyns 
21 ii 16 Ogilvie, John (1797-1867) : for Grant read Smart 

""^ " 29^30 } ^8rle» Sir Chaloner : for Trevelyan read Trelawney 

41 i 10 Ogle, Sir John : omit the judge 

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for Bayley read Bayly 
O'Hara, James, Lord Kilmaine : for 201 read 121 
Okely, Francis : omit [q. v.] 
Oldfield, Thomas : for her read his 
Oldham, John (1653-1683) : after rate, insert An edition by Robert Bell appeared 

in 1854. 
Oliphant, Sir William (1551-1628) : after William insert Lord Newton 
Oliver, Thomas {d. 1624) : aft^r Cambridge, insert He is probably the Thomas 
Oliver who matriculated as pensioner from Christ's College, Cambridge, in Nov. 
1569 
153 ii 29-31 Oliver, William (1659-1716) : for His rules . . . and a discourse read Oliver's 
discourse 
for Sir Hans Sloane read James Petiver [q. v.] 
O'Halley, Orace : for Ui read Ni and for ui read ni 
O'More, Rory : after Oge insert or O'More {d. 1578) [q. v.] 
O'Neill, Daniel : for Kirckhoven read Kirkhoven 

for but apparently he had . . . died young, read The son Harry to whom 
reference is made in the ' Clarendon State Papers ' was no doubt his wife's 
son Harry by her second husband, John Poliander Kirkhoven ; he subse- 
quently became Baron Wotton and Earl of Bellomont (see under 
KiBKHOVEN, Catharine, Lady Stanhope and Countess of Chesterfield). 
O'Neill, Hugh : for 1605 read 1600 
O'Neill, Sir Phelim : for Statement read Settlement 
O'Neill, Shane, 2nd Earl of Tyrone : omit second Eabl of Tyrone 
Ord, John W. : for Langburgh read Langbargh 

for Boyce read Boyne 
Ordish, Rowland M. : for Great Western read South Western 
O'Reilly, John B. : for its newspaper read their newspaper 
Omsby, George : for Book read Books 
O'Rourke, Tieman : for eight read eighteen 

Osbaldeston, Richard : omit Archdeacon Moss . . . Bishops, ii. 69). 
Osbem, Claudianus : after Canterbury [q. v.] insert The ' Panormia ' is identical 
with a work entitled * Thesaurus Novus Latinitatis,' which was edited by 
A. Mai in ' Classici Auct. e Vat. Cod.' Rome 1836, torn. viii. (cf. W. Mayer in 
Das Bheinische Museum^ vol. xxix., and Loewe, Prodromus Corp. Oloss. Lat. 
1876, p. 240). 
295 ii 9-8 f.e. Osbome, Sir Thomas, 1st Earl of Danby and Dnke of Leeds : for to warrant his 
nomination as member read (It was Henry Osborne and not, as is often 
stated, Thomas Osborne who was nominated a member 
6 f.e. for 1667. read 1661). 

298 ii 22 for leaner Dick read leaner, Dick, 

800 ii 32-33 for December read October 

828 i 18 /.e. Oswald, Saint {d. 972): for {d. 972) read {d. 992) 

847 i 29 Otway, Thomas (1652-1685): /or Introducing himself r«ad During the previous 

year, 1671, introducing himself 

21 f.e. a/<er plays. m«er< When Mrs. Behn's ' Forc'd Marriage ' was published, in 

1G71, * Mr. Westwood ' figures in the part of the king in the cast of 

characters. 

860 i 21 f.e, after the world.' insert This portrait is at Bretby Castle, Derbyshire. An 

engraving by Mr. W. J. Alais was published by Dr. Grosart in 1880. 
852 i 8 f.e. for W. T. Thornton read Thomas Thornton 

ii 28-49 Otway, Thomas (1616-1693) : for is said to have been born in Wiltshire . . . D.D. 
from Trinity College, Dublin, read bom at Alderbury, Wiltshire, on 1 Nov. 
1616, was son of George Otway, vicar of that place. The father, who was 
apparently first cousin of Humphrey Otwav *.♦»..- n( Thomas Otway, the 
draniatiht', graduated B.A. 1590-1600 and :^: lom Christ's College, 

Cambridge. ThoniuH, the future bishop, %\l < .1 at Winchester, and 

was admitted a sizar of Christ's College, Cainhiidgo, on 13 June 1682, 
'aged 15.' He gra<luat6d B.A. 1686-6 and M.A. in 1689, afterwards 

taking the degree of D.D. at Trinity Coll< u„\.];„ 

7 f.e. aftKr i 257). innrrt He was rector of St. B.i hopsgate, June 1668- 

Juue 1664, andof Etcliingham, SusiMX, «lui "70. 

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Ouseley, Sir Frederick A. 0. : for Lorchill read Lovehill 
Ouseley, Gideon : for Liga read Siga 
Outram, Benjamin: for Jessopp read Jessop 
Overall, John : oinit and having graduated B.A. 

after 1578. imert He graduated B.A. in 1579 and M.A. in 1582. 
Overbury, Sir Thomas : for {d. 1683) read {d. 1684) 
for 1683 read 1683-4 

Overton, Charles : for Ronaldkirk read Roraaldkirk 

'g, [ Overton, John (1763-1838) : for Churchman read Churchmen 
Overton, Richard : for 54 7-ead 55 

Owen of Wales : before In Angnst insert Owen is doubtless the person claiming 
to be ' heir of Wales ' with whom Sir John Menstreworth was intriguing in 1377 
{Chron. Anglice, p. 135). 
Owen, Alice : for Pinks's read Pink's 
Owen, Jacob : for Belston read Bilston 
Owen, John (1560 ?-1622) : for Plas Dhu read Plas du 

for Trelleck read Trelech 
Owen, Sir Richard (1801-1892) : otnit owner of Fulmer Place ... in 1741, 

after Eskrigge insert owner of Fulmer Place and high sheriff of Bucking, 
hamshire in 1741 
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OWENS PASSELEWE 

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8 i 2 Owtram, William : for elected to a fellowship read from 1648 to 1657 a fellow 

7-8 for was in Lincolnshire .... the rectory read was the rectory of Navenby, 

Lincolnshire, which he held from 17 May 165(5 till his presentation in 
1659 to the rectory 
14-15 for was also for some time rector or minister read was from 1664 till his 

death in 1679 rector 
before 2nd insert 1682, 
Oxenbridge, John : for Hasley read Hasely 

for Loughton read Coughton 
Oxlee, John : after leaving insert by his wife, the daughter of R. A. Worsop, of 

Howden Hall, Yorkshire, 
Oxley, Joseph : for Whitfield read Whitefield 

Pace, Bichard : after same year ; insert rector of Barwick in Elmet, near Leeds, 
4 Feb. 1519 {Duchy of Lancaster BecordSy in Public Record Office, com- 
municated by the Rev. F. S. Colman) ; 
omit It is doubtful whether . . . 1879, p. 1). 
Faddy, Sir William : omit elected a fellow of his college, where he was 
after contemporary insert at St. John's 

after [q. v.] insert and for many years occupied rooms in college. 
Faganel, Balph : after married insert Avicia de Romeilli and died before 1185 ; 
his daughter Alice married Robert de Gaunt [see Gaunt, Maubice de]. 
Another William Paganel, lord of Routiers, Hubert, and Hambie, 
married 
omit by his second marriage . . . [see Gaunt, Maurice de]. 
for His son Fulk read Fulk Paganel 
15 /.c. Paget, Lord George A. F. : for York read Yorke 

Paget, William, 1st Baron Paget : for The morning after read Three days 
after 
for vol. read pp. 
Pagit, Eusebins : for (1551 ? read (1547 ? 

for about 1551 read about 1547, being son of Richard Pagitt, of that place, 
by Catherine, daughter of Euseby Isham, of Pytchley, and sister of John - 
Isham, of Lamport 

17-19 for and commenced B.A this seems incorrect read was scholar in 

1564-5 and graduated B.A. in 1567-8. He was ordained deacon in 
London in June 1569, being aged 22, and was rector of Old, Northampton- 
shire, in 1570. 
76 ii 81 Paine, Thomas : for Penn's read Paine's 
79 ii 22 f.e. Painter, Edward : for Stratford read Stretfor^ 
86 ii 80 Pakington, Dorothy, Lady : for Warwickshire read Worcestershire 
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Pakington, Sir John (r?. 1560) : for Lyttleton read Lyttelton 

Palmer, Edward : for Crompton Scorfen read Compton Scorpin 

Palmer, Sir Geoffrey: after in 1598 read Matriculating as a pensioner from 

Christ's College, Cambridge, in Dec. 1612 (in the same year as Miles Corbet, the 

regicide^ he graduated B.A. in 1G15-6 and M.A. in 1619. He was admitted to 

the Middle Temple in June 161G. 
for Thomas read Francis 
Palmer, formerly Budworth, Joseph : for son read nephew 

after shire hi&ert and was son of Joseph Budworth, origiimUv of Coventry 
Palmer, Richard {d. 1195) : for latter read letter • ; Qi 1 y 

Palmer, Roger, Earl of Castlemaine : for duly read drily 
Palmer, Roundell, Ist Earl of Selborne : for effort read effect 

for 1875 read 1878 
Palmer, Sir Thomas {d. 1553) : for 1550 read 1551 

for Queen Jane read Queen Mary 
Palmer, William (1824-1856) : for William read Walter 
Panter, David : after 1558 insert and was succeeded in the bishopric by Henry 

Sinclair [q. v.] 
Pantulf, William : for Henry II read Henry I 
Parke, Thomas H. : for Lieutenant Stair read Lieutenant William Grant Stairs 

[q. v.] 

Parker, Henry, 8th Baron Morley : for James read John 
Parker, Sir Hyde (1739-1807) : omit but the latter ... his father 
Parker, John {ft. 1655) : for Anthony h. Wood states that he read He 

for but if so . . . extant read (a copy of the small tract is in the Thomason 
Collection at the British Museum) 
268 i 10 /.c. Parker, Richard (1767 ?-1797) : for (1767 ? read (1767 

9-8 /.e. for born about 1767 . . . well-to-do baker read baptised in the church of 

St. Mary Major, Exeter, 24 April 1767, was son of Richard Parker, 
baker 
1 f.e, for Exeter read the parish of St. Mary Major, Exeter 

6 f.e. for to have entered read He entered 

4 f.e. for and to have read and is stated to have been acting lieutenant at the 

close of the American war. He is also said to liave 
ii 20-27 for What appears to be true ... by volunteering for the navy and read 

About 1791 he married Anne MacHardy (of a Scottish family), who lived 
at Exeter, and leaving the sea went to Scotland. He is said to have 
been employed at one time in making golf balls for players on Brunts- 
field Links. While imprisoned for debt, apparently at Edinburgh, he, in 
1797, accepted the bomity of 80i. as a volunteer for the navy, and was 
drafted to a tender off Leith. He 
88 for Parker was recognised read Parker's officer-like bearing caused him to 

be recognised 
omit Nor has it ever been explained . . . their chief. 
for it was said, to take it to Exeter, read she said, to take it either to Exeter 

or to Scotland. 
for It was, however . . . raagiKtrate read After an attempt to bury the 

remains in Aldgate churchyard was frustrated by the mob, they were 
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Parker, William, 4th Baron Monteagle : for His mother read Parker's mother 
Parkyns, Sir Thomas : fur Knype read Knipe 

Parmentier, James : for the town of Hull read Holy Trinity Church, Hull 
Pamell, Charles S. : for Mr. Shaw read William Sliaw [q. v.] 

for Up<jn the announcement . . . the house, read Pamell was not in the 
house when this decision was announced, 
ii 17 after Land Act inHert and pointing to the ravages of crime in Ireland 

warned Parnell that the resources of civilisation were not exhausted by 
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day Parnell read the intention of the government to put Parnell in prison. 
On the same day he 
347 i 37 Parnell, James : for Abbey Kipon read Abbot's Ripon 
ii 4 for or read of 

5 for Matins read Meetings 

13 f.e. Parry, Edward (1830-1890) : after in title insert Richard Rogers [q. v.] 
Parry, Sir Love P. J, : for Carmarthenshire read Carnarvonshire 
Parry, Bobert [ft. 1595) : after book ii. insert In 1597 ' Robert Parry, gent.' issued 
a volume of verse entitled ' Sinetes,' of which a unique copy, formerly at Lam- 
port Hall, is now at Britwell, It is dedicated to Sir John Salusbury. 
Parry, Thomas G. : for [d. 1849) read {d. 1848) 
Parry, William [d. 1585) : omit Jesuits like 
for 1630 ? read 1618 

for on Tower Hill read in Westminster Palace Yard 
Parsons, Sir William (1570 9-1650) : omit attorney-general in Ireland and 

for Sloane MSS. read Addit. MSS. 
Pasco, John : for three sons and two daughters ; read six sons (two of whom died 
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PASTON PERCY 

N.B.— /.e. stands tor from end and LI. for last line 

Paston, Kobert, Ist Earl of Yarmouth : for 1676 read 1675 
Faton, Mary A. : for Woods read Wood and so through the article 
Patrick, John : for Shircross read Thriscrosa 
Patrick, Bichard : for the following year was read 1794 became 
for in February read on 9 Feb. 

after published insert ' The Adventures of a Hull Eighteenpenny Token ' 
(anon.), 1811; 'Geographical, Commercial, and Political Essays ' (anon.), 
1812; and 
Patrick, Simon (d, 1613) : for i. 496 read ii. 496 
Patrick, Simon (1626-1707) : omit [see Vaughan] 

Patton, Philip : for Robert Patton .... was entitled read Robkrt Patton 
(1742-1812) who entered the army of the East India Company ; became 
governor of St. Helena, and died at Wallington, Hampshire, in 1812. His 
daughter married Sir Henry Torrens [q. v.J He published (with Charles 
Patton's preface) 

U. after Brit. Mus. Cat. insert Conolly, Fifiana, p. 32 ; Goublay, Anstruther^ 

p. 112 ; Adam, Political State of Scotland, p. 124 
68 ii 21 Paul [d. 1093) : for Settringham read Settrington 

^^ * 25 } ^*^^' ^"^ °^ Orkney {d. 1099) : for at read in 

77 ii 20-19 Paul, William (1678-1716) : for installed read instituted 

f.e. 
81 i 18-19 Paulet, Sir Amias {d. 1538) : for By her he left .... other children, read Sir 
Hugh Paulet [q. v.] is said to have been his son. 
15 f.e. Paulet, Sir Hugh : for was the eldest read is said to have been the eldest 
Paxton, Oeorge : for accepted the call of read was ordained to 
for the synod read the anti-burgher 
for seceders read synods 
Payne, Peter : for 6. ' Petri Anglici .... ecclesite ' read He has been wrongly 

credited with the * Speculum Aureum ' of Paul Anglicus [q. v.] 
Payne, William (1650-1696) : for (1693) read (1693, 2nd ed. 1708) 
Payne, William H. S. : after Drury Lane insert (1833-95) 
Paynell, Thomas : for Cayley read Caley 
Peabody, George : for his native state, Maryland, read Maryland, the state where 

he lived. 
Peach, Charles W. : for Maleaon read Mab.son * 

Peacham, Edmond : after traitor, insert seems to have been the Edmond 
Peachara, born about 1554 at Barton, Northamptonshire, who matriculated as a 
sizar from Christ's College, Cambridge, in June 1575, was ordained deacon in 
1580 (aged 26) and priest in 1581, and became vicar of Ridge, Hertfordshire, 
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first draft 
for 15 read 18 and for pp. read ff. 
Peacock, Thomas : for Burley read Barley 
Pearce, Nathaniel: for in June read on 12 Aug. 
Pearce, Zachary : for 1786 read 1768 

after his life, insert He assisted Bishop Thomas Newton in preparing his 
books for the press. 

^^ " ' it /I' ( Pearson, Hugh N. : fw 1767 read 1776 
167 i 12 for 1808 read 1822 

26 o?»j7 was and for preferred read exchanged 

169 i 10 /.e. Pearson, John (1618-1686) : after 25 Dec. insert (but cf. Hearne, Collections, iii. 

443) 
178 ii 7 for Admonitions read Administrations 

185 ii 17 /.e. Peck, Francis: for 4to read fol. 

186 ii 84 for Cayley read Caley 

191 ii 16 Peckham, John : for the royal courts read ecclesiastical courts 

196 ii 12 /.e. for &% read ti.\, 

198 i 11 Peckitt, William : for Yorkshire read York 

206 l\ ^b } ^®^®^' Alexander : for Scot read Scott 

210 i 30 Peel, Sir Rohert (1750-1830) : for Drayton Park read Drayton Manor 

223 i 87 Peel, Sir Robert (1822-1895) : for Alexander I read Alexander II 

229 ii 15 Peele, George: /or 1844 reoflf 1884 

247 ii 9-8 Pelham, Henry Thomas, 3rd Earl of Chichester: omit and Mr. Gladstone 
f.e. became member in his stead. 

250 i 29 Pelham, John Thomas : for third son read fourth son 

251 ii 19 /.e. Pelham, Thomas, 1st Baron Pelham : for Lyne read Lyme 

254 ii 23 /.e, Pelham, Thomas, 2nd Earl of Chichester: for third son read fourth son 

20 /.t'. for second son read third son 

257 ii 6 Pelham-Holles, Thomas, Duke of Newcastle : for Lyne read Lyme 

7 umit only 

259 ii 15 f.e. for Lyne read Lyme 

261 i 3 for Hampton Court read Bayfordbury, Hertfordshire 

8/.e. Pell, John: afternQiice. insert His daughter, Bathsua Makin, is also separately 
noticed. 
268 i lb f.e. /or Rennet's rcatZ Kennett's 

274 ii 16 /.e. Pellham, Edward : after 1855, 8vo insert as well as in Arber's ' English Garner/ 

vol. viii. 
278 ii 12 /.c. Pemberton, Charles R. : for Fox read Mr. John Fowler, with memoir by Fox 
22 /*£ I 
19 /e! i Peniherton, Thomas, Lord Kingsdown : for Home's school read Home's school 

288 i 7 Penda : for East-Angles read East-Saxons 

295 i 81 Penington, Sir Isaac : for 1061) read 1600) 

808 i 86 Penn, Granville : for fifth son read second surviving son 

ii 2-4 for An illegitimate son .... which he sold, read Pennsylvania Castle passed 

on the death of the second son, Thomas Gordon Penn, to his first cousin, 
William Stuart, the heir-at-law, who transferred it to Colonel Stewart 
Forbes, a near relative. It was purchased 
6 for to read by 

•06 1 8 Penn, John (1700-1834) ; for eldest read eldest surviving 
800 ii 18 Penn, Sir William : for 8th read 12th 
814 i 9/.e. Penn, William: before Paget's New Examen ins, ,1 Academy, 1886, i. 365 

(letter by Mr. C. E. Doble) ; 
826 ii 9/.e. Pennefather, Sir John L. : /or nephew rffuZ cousin 

12 } ^•^^•'**^«r' ^ic^*'*! fJ^^"< surviving 
881 ii n f.c. Pennington, Sir Isaac : for Foreuess Fell read Fumess Fell 
889 ii 18/.e. Pennington, John, 1st Baron Muncaster: for Penington read Pennington 
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Penruddock, John : for Kolles read Rolle 

I Penton, Stephen : for Worth read Wath 

Pepys, Samuel: for 1659-1660 read 1680-1640 
for 1688 read 1668 
after sending insert in 1675 
for Verris read Verrio 
Perceval, John, 1st Earl of Egmont : for Ealph read Philip 
Perceval, Richard : for St. Audeon's read St. Audoen's 
Percy, Algernon, 10th Earl of Northumberland : for leaving a son read having 

had issue 
Percy, Algernon, 4th Duke of Northumberland : for eldest daughter read 
sister 
for Cullercoat read Cullercoats 
for George read George, earl of Beverley 

for father of the present duke, read (1778-1867), fifth duke, whose son and 
grandson became respectively sixth and seventh dukes. 
Percy, Henry, 2nd Baron Percy : for Bakton read Burton 
Percy, Sir Henry, called Hotspur : for fourth earl read third earl 
Percy, Sir Henry, 1st Earl of Northumberland : for 1381 ? read 1281 ? 
for Wilton-le-Wear read Witton-le-Wear 
for before 1402 read in March 1387 
Percy, Henry, 2nd Earl of Northumberland : otnit [see Percy, Thomas] 
otnit [q. v.] 

for a son read among other sons 
after [q. v.], insert and Sir Ralph Percy [q. v.], 
Percy, Henry, 4th Earl of Northumberland : for founder of the family of Percy 

of Beverley read grandfather of Thomas Percy (1560-1605) [q. v.] 
Percy, Henry, 8th Earl of Northumberland : for 1527 read 1537 

for [d. 1647) read {d. 1648) 
Percy, Henry, 9th Earl of Northumberland : after Thomas Percy insert (1560- 

1605) [q. v.] 
Percy, Henry (1785-1825) : for 1780 read 1790 
21 f.e. Percy, Henry A., 6th Earl of Northumberland; after easily enough, insert 
On 1 July he received the lands of his kinsman Sir Edward Poynings [q. v.]. 
Percy, Henry A., 6th Earl of Northumberland : for who knew by this time 
read though ignorant as yet of 
for became extinct read fell into abeyance 

for His son Thomas .... Northumberland, read His sons Thomas, seventh 
earl, and Henry, eighth earl, are separately noticed. 
Percy, Sir Henry H. M. : for Sir Henry read Lord Henry 
Percy, Hugh, 1st Duke of Northumberland : for Viscount read Baron 
18 /.e. I Percy, Hugh, 2nd Duke of Northumberland: for the prince-regent read the 
" " I prince of Wales 

Percy, James : for Henry Algernon, fifth earl read Henry, eighth earl 
Percy, Thomas, 7th Earl of Northumberland : for 1570 read 1569 
for 1569 read 1570 
for Bottisford read Bottesford 
Percy, Thomas (1560-1605) : for cousin read cousin once removed 
Percy, Thomas (1729-1811): for Ralph Percy, earl of Worcester read Sir Ralph 
Percy [q. v.] 
after [q. v.] insert who, however, was unmarried 

440 ii 13 f.e. Percy, William de, Ist Baron Percy: after et seq. insert 'Whiihy Chartuhiry 

(Surtees Soc.) 

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27 for apparently in 1547 read about 1543 

28 for and is probably distinct from the Christopher read and seems to be 
identical with the Christopher 

30-31 for and subsequently .... Eaton, Berkshire read (cf. Cal. Hatfield MSS. 

pt. vi. p. 122). The Winchester scholar should doubtless be distinguished 
from Christopher Perkins, who became rector of Easton, Hampshire, in 
1559 
for He was read. The diplomatist was 
Perronet, Vincent : for 1707 read 1708 
for 5 Feb. read 5 Dec. 

for There is, however .... left no children, read. His wife's Christian name 
was Durial and she died in 1792, her will being proved in December of 
that year. There was no issue of the marriage. 
26 i 22 Perrot, Sir John : for daughter of Sir Lewis Pollard, read widow of Sir Lewis 

Pollard and daughter of Hugh Pruet, of Thorry, Hartland, Devonshire, 
36 i 7-3 Perry, Sampson : for and was brought up ... . and in 1786 read Before and 
f.e. during 1772 he was practising as a surgeon in Aldersgate Street, London. 

There he seems to have invented the solvent for the stone which was 
known as Adams' Solvent. Perry described the invention in a * Disquisi- 
tion on the Stone and Gravel,' which was first published under the name 
of William Adams. Second, third, and fourth editions, appearing respec- 
tively in 1772, 1773, and 1775, bore a like designation, but in the appendix to 
the fourth edition Perry disclosed his authorship, which was acknowledged 
in the fifth, sixth, and seventh editions, appearing in 1777, 1779, and 1785 
respectively. Perry was appointed lieutenant (1 May 1777), surgeon 
(9 April 1778), and captain (28 March 1780) in the East Middlesex militia. 
In 1786 he published 
ii 1 for In 1791 he was read In 1791 he was served with five informations and 

one indictment by the attorney-general for libels on the government. In 
the course of the year he was 
4 after chancellor, insert He edited his paper from prison. 

6-6 nfor the king and Pitt read during 1791 Pitt's agent 

7-8 for and was convicted .... which he alleged, read After writing to show 

that the House of Commons 
9-11 for the country. To avoid imprisonment .... January 1793, read the 

country, he learnt of the government's resolve to ruin him and his paper. 
In consequence he fled in Nov. 1792 

16 after apprehension, insert He was tried in absence for his last libel and 

found guilty. His paper was suppressed, he was outlawed, and his 
property seized in January 1793. 

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by a woman for the sake of the reward, and was imprisoned as an outlaw 
after (1795), insert ' Argus Miscellany ' (1796) 
for and had read and after 1809 had 
for a widow and family, read by one wife, who died in 1818, a daughter and 

three sons, and by a later marriage four sons and two daughters. 
for Annual read^ New Annual 
Pestell, Thomas: ofteo- 1701), insert bom at Coleorton, Leicestershire, he was 
admitted a pensioner of Christ's College, Cambridge, 29 Aug. 1628. Then 
migrating to Queens', he 
Peter Hibernicus : for [see Thomas] read [see under Thomas Hibernicus] 
Peter des Roches : for 1109 read 1199 
for Brienne read Brian 
19 fe. Peter of Savoy, Earl of Bichmond : for sixth son read seventh son 
for Hasli read Hasle 
Peter, John L. : after sketching insert and was buried in St. Michael's churchyard, 
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OQ - Petit, William : for lord justice read justiciar 
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^fi f ^^^ ^^^^ °' Meath read lord of Meath 

ii 4 Petiver, James : for {d. 1718) read (1663-1718) 

7 for between 1660 and 1670 read in 1668 (cf. Sloane MS. 2860, f. 5 b) 

106 ii 1 fe. Pettie, John: /or East Linton, Haddingtonshire reatZ in Edinburgh 

2f.e. after for art. insert At ten Pettie removed with his parents to East Linton, 

Haddingtonshire, 
132 i 17 f.e. Petyt, William : for (1636 read (1641 ? 
16 /.e. /or in 1636 rm^Z about 1641 

5 f.e. for William read William, who was educated at Skipton School, and 

matriculated as a pensioner of Christ's College, Cambridge, 26 April 1600, 
aged 19, 
145 ii 15-16 Phelips, Sir Eobert : for is said to have been read and was 

17 for (his name does not appear in Haydn), and read from 25 May 1687 till 

21 March 1689. He 
149 i 7 Phelps, Samuel : for thirty-four of them read thirty-one of them (all except 
' Richard II,' the three parts of * Henry VI,' ' Troilus and Cressida,' and ' Titus 
Andronicus ') 
Pherd, John : Note that a fuller account appears under Fontibus, John de 
Philip de Thaan : for There is only one manuscript . . . . E. x. read Manuscripts 
of Philip's * Bestiaire ' are in Cotton MS. Nero, A. v., in Royal Library at Copen- 
hagen, No. 8466, and in Merton College, Oxford, No. 249. The Latin ' Bestia- 
rium ' in Cotton MS. Vespasian, G. x., is not Philip's work. 
Philip, John (1775-1851) : for Earl read Lord 
Philipot, Thomas : for Benlowe's read Benlowes's 
Philippa of Hainanlt : for a statue of her .... the principal entrance read there 

is a wooden effigy of her in the library 
Philips, Ambrose : for bishop read archbishop 

for county read borough 
Philips, John : after 1720 insert and a third in 1768 
28-20 Phillip, Arthur : for during November read on 81 Aug. • 

after Bath insert and was buried in Bathampton Church. 
Phillipps, Sir Thomas : for Huddersford read Huddesfonl 
Phillips, Henry (/?. 1780-1880) : for {fl. 1780-1880) read (1775-18!18) 

for Haid to have been a schoolmaster read a native of Sussex-, \vll!^ oriL'iiKillv 

a banker at Worthing. He 
after p. 185). insert He died at Brighton in 188H. 
Phillips, John (1081-1706) : for * Sportive Wit or the Musfs Merriment ' rtutl 
' Sportive Wit : The Muses Merriment. A New Spring of Lusty 
Drollery, <kc.' 
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210 ii 14 /.e. Phillips, Sir Bichard : after daughters, insert A portrait, by James Saxon, is in 
the National Portrait Gallery. 
Phillips, Sir Thomas : for Court-y-hella read Court-y-bella 
Phillips, William (1731 ?-178l) : for Sir Grey read, Sir Guy 
Phillpotts, Henry : for palace read residence 
Pickering, Sir James : after p. 286). insert He was sheriff of Yorkshire in 1390 and 

1398 (Dbake, Eboracum, p. 392). 
Pickering, John : for p. 62 read i. 62 

Pickering, William : after publisher, insert born on 2 April 1796, 
after 1854 insert and was buried at Kensal Green 

after subscription, insert He married in 1819 Mary Ann Gubbins (1796-1849), 
by whom he had five daughters and one son. 
262 ii 30 Pierrepont, Evelyn, Ist Duke of Kingston : for Evelyn was returned read Born 
at Dean, Wiltshire, Evelyn was educated at Winchester and was admitted a 
fellow-commoner of Christ's College, Cambridge, 19 May 1683. He was 
returned 
264 i life. Pierrepont, Evelyn, 2nd Duke of Kingston: after Manvers mse?*^ [see art- 
Meadows, Sir Philip] 
for Manners read Manvers 
Pigot, George, Baron Pigot : fo^- three read several 
for viz. read among others 

after aged 82. insert and (4) Leonora, who received a fortune under her 
father's will and who married, 17 Oct. 1777, Claud Eussell, a member of 
the Madras Council ; to the memory of her and her husband there is a 
tablet in the north wall of Marylebone Church. 
Pigott, Nathaniel : for He wit read Heworth 
Pigott, Bobert : for (1766-1839) read (1766-1846) 

07nit shortly after her death 
07nit another posthumous work, 

after She insert died in July 1846, having by will dated 25 Nov. 1845, 
Pike, John D. G. : for In 1805 he was charged .... 1806, i. 206). read Subse- 
quently he appears to have taught geography and belles-lettres in the school at 
Enfield. 
Pike, Bichard (y?. 1625) : for Foy read Fowey 

Pilkington, Sir Andrew : for a daughter read at Hayes on 9 May 1808, Maria 
Elizabeth, daughter 
for a daughter, afterwards read two daughters : Maria Georgina 
after Hayley insert rector of Catsfield, in Sussex, on 15 July 1848, and 
Louisa Elizabeth, married on 1 Sept. 1853 to Richard Thomas Lee. 
Pilkington, Francis : for (1570 ?-1625) read (1564 ?-1638) 
after choir insert in 1578 
for In 1623- read In 1612 

omit 1624 and for chaunter read he was precentor 
after Cathedral insert from 1623 till his death in 1638 
after 1650?), insert also a chorister of Chester Cathedral, and 
Pilkington, Gilbert : after 1717 insert and again in 1718, 8vo 
Pilkington, James: after Rivington. insert Many are in St. John's College, 
Cambridge, and in the University Library. 
29-33 for The only known portrait . . . taken in 1821. read It is a copy taken 

partly from the remains of the original, which was damaged by fire in 1834, 
and is now in the possession of ijieutenant-Colonel John Pilkington at 
Sandown Park, near Liverpool, and partly from a copy made in 1821. 
I for youngest read younger 

1() after Easington. insert He was buried at St. Oswald's, Durham, on 31 Oct. 

1603. 
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for In this same year read After launching his memoirs 
Pilkington, Leonard : for (1537 ?-1559) read (1527 ?-1599) 

for 1553-4 read 1548-4 
Pilkington, Matthew : for an English divine who was read (1705-1765) divine, 
son of Middlemore Pilkington (1670-1752) of Stanton-le-Dale, Derbyshire, by his 
wife, Hannah (Smith) ; he was baptised 25 May 1705, graduated LL.B. from 
Jesus College, Cambridge, in 1728, was 
Pinkerton, John : for 178C read 1799 
81-32 Pinkethman, William: for (Jl. 1692-1724) read {d. 1725) 

for From this period . . . before 1727, read He retired from the stage in 

1724 and died on 20 Sept. 1725 {Hist. Reg. 1725, p. 42), 
for Parker read Parkes 
Pitt, John, 2nd Earl of Chatham : for John read as a lad in 1774, he left it in 
1776. Re-entering in 1778, he 
omit in 1778 
Pitt, Thomas (1653-1726) : for rcgyium read regno 
Pitt, William (1759-1806) : for Aberdare's read Albemarle's 

Pittis, Thomas : for apparently not extant .... Tracts,' 1780). read which had 
been published in 1704, and in which James Drake Poley, M.P. for Ipswich, and 
others were accused of having a hand [see art. Drake, James]. 
Plampin, Robert : for 1871 read 1781 

Plat, Sir Hugh : for who owned some property .... almshouses, read who, 
owning property in St. Pancras, London, bequeathed much of it to the 
foundation and endowment of a free school and six almshouses at Alden- 
ham, Hertfordshire, 
409 i 30-81 for after 1611 .... was published, read between 2 July 1608, the date of 

his preface to his ' Floraes Paradise,' and 12 Feb. 1609-10, when a suit 
was entered by his widow, Judith, in regard to the administration of his 
estate. His affairs were somewhat involved in later life, although he left 
property in the parishes of St. James, Garlickhythe, and St. Pancras, and 
at St. Albans. 
81 after twice insert firstly by licence, dated 10 Feb. 1578, to Margaret 

Younge 
after Albany insert merchant- tailor 
for other children read at least three sons 
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11 ii 38 Pocock, Edward : for Sloane read Addit. 

10f.e. for {nil) read {1108) 

12 ii 34-85 Pococke, Richard ; for rector of Colmer . . . afterwards headmaster read (1666- 

1710). His grandfather, also Kichard Pococke, LL.B., was rector of Colmer, 
Hampshire, from 1600 till his death in 1719. His father was headmaster 
28 i 1-2 Pole, John de la, 2nd Duke of Suffolk : for three sons . . . separately noticed. 
read six sons ; of whom John, Edmund, and Eichard are separately noticed ; of 
four daughters, Catherine, the eldest, married William, Lord Stourton, and the 
youngest, Elizabeth, married Henry Lovel, second and last Lord Morley of the 
Level family {d. 1489). 
S3 i 6 fe. Pole, Michael de la, Earl of Suffolk : for left three sons read had five sons 

5/.e. /or Thomas and Richard reacZ Thomas, prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral 

from 1419, William, Richard, and John {d. 1415j, canon of York (cf. will at 
Somerset House, 31 March 1415 ; Weeveb, Funeral Monuments, s.v. 
Wingfield) 
4 f.e. for a daughter Anne read three daughters, Margaret, Elizabeth, and Anne 

84 1 IS f.e. Pole, Michael de la, 2nd Earl of Suffolk: after daughters i7isert one of whom, 
Isabel, seems to have married Thomas, fifth Baron Morley {d. 1545) 
8-7 f.e. for Thomas . . . died read Sir Thomas had a daughter, Katharine, married 

to Sir Miles Stapleton {d. 1466). Miles 
38 ii 12 f.e. Pole, Reginald : after passed msert in 1589 
df.e. after reached him insert in 1541 

49 i 38 Pole, Sir William de la : for Miton in Holderness read Myton in Yorkshire 

50 i 8 omit at 

14 /.e. for Trinity Chapel read Church of the Holy Trinity 

ii life. Pole, William de la, 1st Duke of Suffolk: after i. 117). ijisert In 1428 Suffolk 
served in the important campaign in Champagne as second in command 
to Thomas de Montacute, Earl of Salisbury [q. v.]. 

51 ii 60-61 for it is clear . . . Orleans read Suffolk seems to have worked with Orleans 

53 ii 17 for the incapable Edward Beaufort read Edmund Beaufort 

54 ii 8 after Suffolk [q. v.] insert who had married Margaret Beaufort, the infant 

heiress of John Beaufort, Duke of Somerset, and Suffolk's ward 
5G i 10-11 omit Her only child was 

18 after noticed insert was her son. She is also credited with another son, 

William, and a daughter, Anna. 
10 f.e. for Villet read Vallet 

60 i 16 f.e. Pollard, Lewis: after Nottinghamshire insert was a scholar of Christ's College, 

Cambridge, in 1542-3, 
62 ii 21 f.e. PoUexfen, John: after about 1638, insert IJe was second son of Andrew 
Pollexfen, of Stancombe, in the parish of Sherford, Devonshire, and was younger 
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69 i 8 Pollock, Sir Jonathan F. : for Hanwell read Hanworth 
76 i 10 /.e. Pond, Edward : for {fi. 1623) read (d. 1629) 
76 ii 10-11 for It is probable . . . after 1648. read Pond died at Peterborough, and 

was buried in the church of St. John the Baptist there on 10 Sept. 1629. 
81 i 26 Ponsonby, Sir Frederic C: for K.C.M.G. read G.C.M.G. (1828) 
91 i 6 Ponsonby, William B., Ist Baron Ponsonby : for York read Cork 
94 i 85 Pont, Timothy : for (1560 ?-1680 ?) read (1560 ?-1614 ?) 

57-58 for between 1625 and 1630 read before 1625, probably in 1614 

ii 11 for Bleau's read Blaeu's 

12 for 1668 read 1654 (reissued in 1662, vol. ii.) 

17 for Topographised read topographized 

18-19 for Continuation ... of Cumnock, read Continuations and Illustrative 

Notices by the late James Dobie of Crummock, 
20-21 for Skelton Robie,' read Shedden Dobie,' 

96 ii 20 Poole, George A. : after 1883. insert He married a daughter of Jonathan Wilks, of 
St. Ann's, Burley. 

107 ii 16f.e. Poor, Bichard: after p. 128). insert Poore is now considered to be responsible for 

the final form of the * use of Sarum ' (cf. Frere, Use of Sarum). 

108 ii 8f.e. owi^ better 

125 ii 22 Pope, Alexander (1688-1744) : for Nos. 268-70 read Ist Ser. vol. x. 

126 ii 19 f.e. for John Warton's read Joseph Warton's 

18f.e. for 1752 read 1756 

186 i 60-61 Pope, Sir Thomas : for (cf . Strype's transcripts) read of Strype's alleged transcripts 
ii 11 for 1895 read 1896 

21 f.e. for Morwen read Morwent 

187 ii 28-29 omit there is a mezzotint . . . Oxford 

81 after Robins insert and another by John Paber from the copy at Oxford 

18 f.e. for 1895 read 1896 

150 i 7 Popple, William : for Sheehan's read Sheahan's 
154 i 20 Porson, Bichard : for eldest read second 

21 after sister i?isert Elizabeth (1756-1842) 

167 i 5 omit apparently 

5-7 for it is not recorded . . . his married life, read During the few months of 

his married life Porson lived in London at 11 Lancaster Court. 

87 after rooms insert at No. 8 Old Jewry 

183 ii 8 f.e. Porter, Jane : for 85 read 185, 352 

200 ii 81-82 Portman, Sir William : for His descendant read His collateral descendant 
226 i 9 Pottinger, Sir Henry : for Sir Benjamin read Sir Peregrine 
281 ii 21 Ponlson, George : for Nunkealing read Nunkeeling 

286 ii 88 Powell, Mrs. : for (fl. 1787-1829) read (1761 ?-1881) 

287 i 4-3 for the date of which is unknown read in London on 31 Dec. 1831, when she 

fe. was 'about seventy' {Annual Biog. and Obit. p. 451) 

238 i 84 Powell, Baden : after p. 204 ; insert Darwin's Origin of Species, ed. 1894, p. xx ; 
256 i 86 Power, Henry : for whole read shott 

18 f.e. for Ealand read Elland 

285 i 20 f.e. Pratt, Charles, 1st Earl Camden : for Middle Temple read Inner Temple 
299 i 82-83 Prence, Thomas : /or who survived him . . . descendants, read and thirdly in 1662 
Mary, daughter of Constance Southworth and widow of Samuel Freeman. By 
his first wife he had six and by his second four children (cf. Landmarks of 
Plymouth, p. 209). 
804 i 82 Prescott, Sir Henry : after p. 448). insert At the desire of the government he 

remained beyond the usual limit, but resigned at the end of seven years. 
806 ii 88 Preston, Gilbert de : after Soc.) ; insert Annales Monastici, passim ; Flores Hist. 

ii. 426-7 ; 
812 i 10 f.e. Preston, Bichard: for near Exeter read in North Devon 
814 ii 21 f.e. Preston, Thomas, Viscount Tara : for 1653 ?) read 1655) 

818 i 15-16 /or The date of Prftston's death is uncertain, r^-fld lie was buriod at l';irip 

21 Oct. 1655 {Egerion MS. 2585, f. 474). 
21 for 1657 read 1669, at Bruges 

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Price, Sir John : for Ap Pbice read Ap Rice 

Price, Richard (1723-1791) : for In 1769 Price received ... of Glasgow, read In 
1767 Price received the degree of D.D. from Marischal College, Aberdeen, and 
not, as stated by his biographer, Morgan, from Glasgow in 1769. 

Pricket, Robert : after 469 insert 6th Ser. ii. 235 

Priestley, Joseph : omit [q. v.] 

Primrose, Archibald J., 4th Earl of Rosebery : for earl of Stanhope read Earl 
Stanhope 

j- Prior, Matthew : for Shepherd read Sheppard 

Prior, Thomas: for 1871.] read 1871; Dialogue between Dean Swift and Thomas 
Prior, 1753.] 
24 /.e. Pritchard, Edward W. : after 1858 insert (3rd edit. 1856) 

Proctor, Thomas : for Mr, C. W. Hazlitt read Mr. W. C. Hazlitt 

I Pryme, Abraham de la : for Transactions read Publications 

Puckering, Sir John : for member for Bedford ... in the other, read member 
successively for Carmarthen, Bedford, and Gatton in Surrey. 
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20 ii 36 Pullen, Samuel (1598-1667) : after bridge insert (1623) 

21 ii 13 Pullen, Tobias : after Joshua Pullen insert dean of Middleham from 1638 until 

his death in 1657 

22 ii 30-31 Puller, Sir Christopher : /or son of Christopher Puller rcoc? grandson of Chris- 

topher Puller [d. 1789) and son of Kichard Puller (1747-1826) 
32 after 1780-9, insert afterwards of Painswick Court, Gloucestershire. Chris- 

topher 
36 for Queen's read Oriel 

14 /.e. for Puller married Louisa King read Puller married, on 9 Aug. 1804, Louisa 

(1772-1857), daughter of Joseph King, of Taplow, and 
13 f.e. after Hertfordshire insert to which estate she succeeded 

84 ii 15-18 Pulteney, William, Earl of Bath : for having died .... and had obtained read 
having died at Madrid on his way home from Portugal on 12 Feb. 1768, 
aged 32. He had a promising career. He obtained 
21 after 167). insert He was lieutenant-colonel 1759 and M.P. for Old Sarum 

1754 and for Westminster 1761-3. He was buried in Westminster Abbey 
21 April 1768. 
86 ii 25 Pulton, Ferdinando : after afterwards insert (from Lady-day 1556 to Lady-day 

1557) 
57 ii 16 /.e. Pusey, Edward B. : for Gaume's ' Manual of Confessors ' read Gaume's ' Manual 
for Confessors' 
for 14 Sept. read 16 Sept. 
Pym, John : for Brynmore read Brymore 

Quarles, Francis : after Dibdin), insert and the Chiswick Press edition of 1812, 
Quin, Walter : after Spencer's book insert [i.e. Edmund Spenser's ' Faerie 
Queene,' where the king's mother, Mary, Queen of Scots, was denounced under 
the name of Duessa] 
Radcliffe, Ann : for 1822) read 1828) 

Kadclilfe, John (1050-1714) : for Duke of Portland read Earl of Portland 
KadclifFe, Robert, Ist Earl of Sussex : for She died read RadcliHe's second wife 

died 
Badcliffe, Thomas, 3rd Earl of Sussex: for 20 March 1557 read 22 March 
1555-6 
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d'Anjou (afterwards Henry III of Franee) 
for renewed in 1578 and again read renewed in 1578 with Francis, Due 
d'Alen(;on and d'Anjou, brother of the earlier suitor. The new French 
suitor again 
for in him read in Sussex 
for Anjou's read the French prince's 
after Aug. insert 1578 

} Radclyffe, William : for 1796 read 1783 

for He left three sons, of whom read Of his three sons 
after 1846 insert in his father's lifetime 
Kae, James : for Margarie ' read Marjorie ' 
Kaffald, Elizabeth : after 1733 insert (baptised there on 8 July) 
Baffles, Thomas : for where he was ordained read being ordained at Kensington 
Chapel 

163 i 18 Raffles, Sir Thomas S. : after terest. insert A second edition appeared in 1880 and 

a French translation in 1824. 

164 ii 36 after memoir of him. insert Another bust is in the Lion House of the 

Zoological Gardens. 

167 ii 13 Baikes, Henry : for Cestrensis ' 7'ead Cestriensis ' 

40-42 07?iit and a translation 1839 .... essay 

9 f.e. Raikes, Henry C. : for and his father was read His father, Henry Raikes (1811- 

1868), of Llwynegrin, Flint, was a barrister who twice unsuccessfully 

contested Derby in the conservative interest, was 
7 f.e. before of * A Popular Sketch insert of a translation (1839) of Cardinal Pole's 

* The Reform of England,' with an introductory essay, and 

168 i 10-11 for unsuccessfully contested Derby as a conservative, read assisted his 

father in his candidature at Derby. 
for Denbighshire read Flintshire 
Baikes, Robert: after James Raikes' insert (afterwards belonging to General 

Robert Napier Raikes, of Strangford Villa, Park Road, Watford) 
Baines, Francis B. : for rector read vicar 
15-16 Balegh, Sir Walter : for has been now identified read is identical 
for 1650 read about 1650 
for 1615 read 1665 
for Ninias read Ninus 
for 1583 read 1581 

} Balph {d. 1174) : for {ib. read (Riihricht 

Balph of St. Albans : for {d. 1151) read {d. 1150) 
Bamsay, Andrew M. : for 1730 read 1728 
for 1795 read 1795 and 1816 
for National read Natural 

after 1747. insert His * Apology for the Free and Accepted Masons,' 
published in Dublin in 1738 and London in 1749, was burnt at Rome 
1 Feb. 1789. 
Bamsay, Edward B. : for 1846 read 1841 

Bamsay, James A. B., 1st Marquis of Dalhousie : for as a child, but was sent to 
Har- read in 1816, when four years old, but in 1822 he was sent to East 
Sheen and in Sept. 1825 to Harrow. 
omit row when he was ten years old. 

for established himself at Firozpur. read went into camp at Makhu. 
for deemed it right to consult .... was declared to be read carefully con- 
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f.e. authority .... in the Punjab, read reversing without the authority of 

the government an order issued by Lord Hardinge in 1845 for calculating 
the allowances paid to native troops and compensation for the dearness of 
provisions. 

251 i 20-21 fcyr was away in Sind, and consequently read was consulted, and with his 

concurrence 
256 i 1 before The Marquess insert A full life by Sir William Lee- Warner appeared 

in 1904. 
Randolph, Sir Thomas, Ist Earl of Moray : for 1305 read 1805-6 
Randolph, Thomas (1523-1590) : for the autumn of 1562 read April 1562 
15 f.e. Randolph, Thomas (1605-1635) : for quiet read quick 
Randulf, Earl of Chester {d. 1129 ?) : for c. 5 read C. 5 

for Mericia read Mercia 
Randulf, Earl of Chester {d. 1153) : for Maradoc read Maredudd 
for Counsylth read Consyllt 
for Dominatus read Dominabus 
Rastrick, John U. : for Shut read Shutt 
Rattray, Sylvester : for But the latter read The latter 
omit whereas the Sylvester .... in Glasgow. 

after p. 51). insert He had a son, Sylvester, a student of medicine at Glasgow 
in 1680. 
Ravenscroft, Thomas : before In 1614 insert In 1613 Kavenscroft issued * Musalia,* 

a collection of glees (cf. Musical World, 1840, ii. 139). 
Rawdon, Marmaduke : for 1868 read 1863 
Rawlet, John : for ' Public read ' Poetic 
Rawlinson, Sir Thomas (1647-1708) : for A grandson read A second cousin 

for of the elder Sir Thomas's .... in 1732). read of the Rev. Robert 
Rawlinson of Charlwood, Surrey, and his grandfather Daniel Rawlinson 
was the first Sir Thomas Rawlinson' s first cousin. 
for He was twice married .... mason of Sudbury, read He was buried at 
Haughley, Suffolk. He married his first cousin Dorothea (1704-43), 
daughter of the Rev. Richard Ray of Haughley, Suffolk. 
for Walter read Sir Walter 

after estates, insert married Mary, daughter of Sir Robert Ladbroke, lord 
mayor of London, 
Rawlinson, Thomas (1681-1725) : transfer inverted comma to close of article 
Rawlinson, Sir William : for 1696) read 1703) 

before entered read was admitted from Hawkshead School pensioner of 
Christ's College, Cambridge, 13 April 1655, aged 15, 
845 ii 25 Raymond, Robert, Lord Raymond : after 1673, insert was educated at Eton and 
was admitted pensioner of Christ's College, Cambridge, in Nov. 1689, aged 15, 
afterwards becoming a fellow-commoner. He 
840 ii 15 f.e. Raymond, Sir Thomas : after in 1627, insert was admitted from Stortford School 
pensioner of Christ's College, Cambridge, 5 April 1643, aged 16, being admitted 
student of Gray's Inn 4 Feb. 1644-5 and graduating B.A. at midsummer 1046. 
He 
Raynalde, Thomas : for In 1540 there appeared read In 1545 he edited 

for the writer, whose initials, .... given, read the original writer, who is 

supposed to have been one Richard Jonas (1540), 
omit in 1545 

after 8vo. insert He also issued Wyat's * Certaine Psalmes ' and an edition 
of Matthew's Bible. In all about thirty books bear his imprint. 
Rayner, Lionel B. : for 1882 read 1831 
Read, Thomas : for has then become read was afterwards 

omit Pink 
Reade, Charles : for 1831 read 1851 
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18 /.e. \ Reed, Isaac : for Staple Inn read Staple's Inn 
892 i 84 i 

15 f.e. for 1837 read 1807 

405 i 11 f.e. Beeve, Edmund : after judge, i7isert son of Christopher Reeve, 

10 f.e. after 1585 insert and was admitted to Caius College, Cambridge, 80 Sept. 

1605 

414 i 13 Reeve, Sir Thomas: for After becoming read After entering Trinity College, 

Oxford, as a commoner in 1688, and becoming 

415 i 18-17 Reeves, John (1752 ?-1829) : for In 1778 he became .... proceeded M.A. read 

f.e. On 11 Nov. 1775 he was elected Michel scholar of Queen's College, and on 8 Oct. 
1777 he proceeded M.A. 
424 ii 15 f.e. Reid, Alexander (1586?-1641) : for younger brother read elder brother 
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EERATA IN VOLUME XL VIII 

EEILLY KOBINS 

N.B.— /.e. stands ioxfrom end and l.l. for last line 

Rennie, John (1761-1821) : after Bridge Insert (a copy of Kelso Bridge) 
Senouard, George C. : for Sidney Sussex read Trinity 

for where in 1800 he was elected a pensioner, read whence in 1800 he 
migrated to Sidney Sussex. 
Repington, Philip : after pp. 296-7). insert He incepted as Doctor of Divinity in 
the summer term, 1382. 
for Marmorea read Marmoris 
for quisque read quique 
Reresby, Sir John : for Moysey read Moyser 
Reynardson, Sir Abraham: for Sir Nicholas Crisp [q. v.] read Alderman 

Nicholas Crisp 
Reynell, Carew : omit on 27 Feb. 1663 
Reynolds, Edward : for Bramston read Braunston 

Reynolds, George W. M. : omit in which was published .... * Mysteries of 
Paris ' 

22 /.e. a/^er 1879). iiiser^ His ' Mysteries of London,' suggested by Eugene Sue's 

' Mysteries of Paris,' appeared in a long series of weekly penny numbers. 
47 ii 25 Reynolds, Sir John : for (d. 1657) read (1625-1657) 

28 after [q. v.] insert and was born 10 March 1625 {Sloane MS. 1707, f. 11) 

52 ii 17-24 Reynolds, Sir John R. : for Hall was exposed . . . and he was elected read Hall 
announced to his patients in a printed circular that Reynolds had succeeded him 
in practice. Such procedure was contrary to a recognised understanding among 
jihysicians, and Hall incurred the censure of the College of Physicians. Reynolds, 
who was ignorant of Hall's intentions, was in no way responsible for the circular, 
and was in no way involved in the censure. He was duly elected 
73 ii 17 f.e. Reynolds, Samuel W. : after 1855. insert A portrait by his friend, Ary Scheffer, 
is at Dordrecht. 
105 i 21 Rich, Barnabe : for 1620 ?) read 1617) 

ii 14 f.e. for A second edition of his read His 

10-9 for 24 June 1618 ... its publication, read 14 May 1617. He died on 

f.e. 10 Nov. following, from which date his pension was ordered to be paid to 

one Bourne {Carte MSS. in Bodleian Library, vol. Ixii. p. 290). 
107 i 21-23 omit It was reissued . . . (British Museum). 

145 i 7-8 Richard I: for From Knighton {fl. 1895) come read A thirteenth-century 

romance supplies 
165 i 6/.e. Richard, Earl of Cornwall : for 1215 read 1216 
178 ii \Qf.e. /or New Burnham reacZ Nunburnholme 

201 i 10 f.e. Richard of Wendover : after physician insert although all may not be from the 

same pen 
209 i 29 Richard, Henry : for 1894 read 1893 
217 ii 1-2 Richards, Nathaniel : for {fl. 1630-1654) read {d. 1652) 

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817 ii 2 Richards, Nathaniel : for son read second son (by Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas 
Hancock, of Combmartin) 
4 for the parsonage there about 1612. read Kentisbury about 1612. His father 

rebuilt the chancel of the parish church (cf . Inscriptions on Stones from 
Kentisbury Church Tower) 
11 omit appears to have 

12-13 for where he was ' preaching minister ' in 1654. read He died in 1662 and 

was buried at Barnstaple. 

223 ii 59-60 Richardson, David L. : omit under Macaulay 

224 i 5 for ' Bengal Monthly Magazine ' read * Calcutta Monthly Journal ' 

7 for In 1835 he became principal read In 1886 he became professor of 

English literature 

8 omit Metropolitan and after Calcutta insert largely on Macaulay's recom- 

mendation, and in 1889 he was promoted to the newly created post of 
principal of the college, while retaining his professorship 
Richardson, John (1787-;1865) : for John read Sir John 
Richardson, Moses A. : for St. Kilda's Cemetery read the St. Kilda Cemetery 
18 f.e. Richard, Samuel (1689-1761): for M. Howell read Mary Howitt 

Richardson, Sir Thomas (1569-1635): after 1569. insert He matriculated as a 

pensioner from Christ's College, Cambridge, in June 1584. 
Richmond, Legh : omit A library designed . . . Uxbridge Road, London. 
Rigand, John F. : for younger read second 
after Rigaud insert (1705-1764) 
for Girardet read Guiraudet 
after Dutilh insert (1655-1705) 
after baptised iiisert 9 Sept. 1742 

for 1780 read 1781 and for E. H. Locker read William Locker 
for including Nelson, read His portrait of Nelson was acquired by the 

present Earl Nelson for IQl. 
after Mary insert (1740 ?-1808) 
Rigaud, Stephen F. D. : for 1862) read 1861) 

for in 1808 read on 1 Jan, 1808 and for Miss Margaret Daviea read 

Margaret, daughter of John Davies 
after death insert on 1 Jan. 1839 
for 1862 read 1861 
Rigaud, Stephen P. : for 1857-8 read 1887-8 
Rigby, Richard : for A contemporary of Rigby's said of him read Sir George 0. 

Trevelyan in his ' Early Life of C. J. Fox ' (chap, iii.) wrote of Rigby 
Riley, Henry T. : omit the residence of his sister 
Ripley, George : for 1719 read 1709 and for 1577 read 1557 
Robartes, Foulk : omit being then of Trinity 
Robartes, Francis : after about 1650. insert He was admitted fellow-commoner of 

Christ's College, Cambridge, 2 May 1668, aged 18. 
Robert II : for 1870) read 1890) 

for fifteen read nineteen 
Robert III : for duke of Fife, Earl read earl of Fife, duke 
Robert, Duke of Normandy: for autumn read autumn of 1080 
for invaded read prepared to invade 
for 27 Sept. read 28 Dec. 
Robert {d. 1189) : after pp. 251-4 ; insert Newminster Chartulary (Surtees Soc.) ; 
Robert de Bethune : for Flanders read Artois 
Robert of ' Salesby ' : for Roger read Roger of Salisbury and for Robert read 

llobert of SaleHby 
Robert of Melun : for p. cxcix read vol. cxoix. 

Roberts, Francis : for About 1642 or 1648 read In 1648 {Commons Journals, iii. 
148) 
19 f.e. Roberts, William F. : for granddaughter to read descendant of 

Robertson, Abraham : for astronomy read geometry 
10 f.e. aftvr Hecurity, insert Ho was made Savilian professor of astronomy in 

1810. 

419 ii 10 Robertson, Thomas [d. 1790) : for a minister read probationer 

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Kobertson, "William (1721-1793) : for David Robertson read William Robertson 

for eight read six 

for 1753 read 21 Aug. 1751 

for in 1754 read 15 Dec. 1753 

for daughter read sister 
Kobertson, William (1740-1799) : for 1799) read 1803) 

Robethon, John : after George I, insert born at Authon in Perche of a respectable 
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ROBINSON RUSSELL 

K.B.— /.e. stands tor from end and l.l. for last line 

Robinson, Frederick J., Ist Earl of Ripon : for the Melbourne ministry con- 
sequently broke up and read Grey resigned in July and was succeeded by 
Melbourne, on whose sudden dismissal by the king (15 Nov.) 
Bobinson, Hercules : for Wedman read Widman 

for F. A. Kobinson read G. R. Robinson 
Robinson, John [d. 1598) : for 1586 read 1580 

Robinson, John (1576 ?-1625) : for Mr. Alexander Brown read Dr. John Brown 
Robinson, John (1650-1723) : for Hawick read Hewick 
Robinson, John (1774-1840) : after Penrith, insert and at Christ's College, 

Cambridge, where he was admitted a sizar on 1 Jan. 1807, 
Robinson, Mary : for royal mistress read mistress of George, Prince of Wales, 
afterwards George IV 

for Wolcott read Wolcot 
Robinson, Matthew : for Dalbran, esq., of Fellcroft read Walbran, esq., of 

Fallcroft 
Robinson, Nicholas : for sub -dean read sub-deacon 
Robinson, Richard, Ist Baron Rokeby : for Elton read Etton 
Robinson, Thomas R. : for Cumberland read Windermere 
Robson, George F. : for Fennel read Fennell 

for the eldest son ... in Lancashire, read one of twenty-three children of 
John Robson (1739-1824) by his second wife, Charlotte, eldest daughter of 
George Fennell, R.N., 
Robson, Thomas F. : for Brownbill read Brownhill 
12 f.e. Roby, John : for Last Fiddler read Poor Fiddler 

Roden, William T. : for Mr. Dew, an engraver, read Mr. Tye, an engraver, who 
married an elder sister. Subsequently on Tye's recommendation he re- 
moved to London to become an apprentice to George Thomas Doo, R.A. 
20 f.e. for then took to portrait-painting, read and produced, among much other 

work, a good engraving of Rubens's portrait of himself. He then 
abandoned engraving altogether for portrait-painting, and returning to 
Birmingham rarely left it thenceforth. 
4 f.e. for three portraits of Lord Palmerston read two portraits of Lord Palmers- 

ton from life 
80 i 1 for his sister's house read the house of his sister, Mrs. Tye 

2 after illness, inse^-t He married twice and left children by both wives. 

95 i 25 Roebuck, John : for Kenneil read Kiuueil 
104 ii 26 Roger of Salisbury: after minster insert He witnessed the charter issued at 

Oxford in April 
106 ii 15 f.e. Roger of Ford : for and wrote read and while there wrote 

14 f.e. for of Savigny, abbot of Schonau read abbot of Savigny 

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107 ii 21 f.e. Roger {d. 1179) : for Roger read Robert de Melon 

108 i 14/.<?. for [see Henry II] read [see Henry, 1155-1188] 

117 i 16 Rogers, Daniel (1538 ?-1591) : after clerk, insert He was M.P. for Newport, 

Cornwall, 1588-9. 

118 ii 18 /.e. Rogers, Sir Edward : a/"^er 1565. insert He was M.P. for Tavistock 1547-52 and 

Somerset 1553, 1558, 1559, and 1563-7. 

119 i 17-18 Rogers, Ezekiel : for M.A. from Christ's College, Cambridge, 1604, read B.A. in 

1604-5 from Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, whence he migrated to Christ's 
College, Cambridge, 

120 ii 20 Rogers, Frederic, Lord Blachford : after survived him vmert dying at Blachford, 

18 July 1900 
Rogers, Henry (1585 ?-1658) : for Prosse read Prosser 
Rogers, Henry (1806-1877) : for Church read Churchyard 
for twice read four times 

after tribunal. inseH He married thirdly, in 1842, Emma, daughter of John 
Watson, of Finsbury Square, London. She also died in giving birth to her 
first child. Rogers married fourthly, in 1857, Jane, eldest daughter of 
Samuel Fletcher, of Manchester ; she died in 1891, having endowed 
scholarships in her husband's memory at the Lancashire Independent 
College and the Owens College, Manchester. 
Rogers, John (1627-1665 ?) : for prison-born read Prison-bom 
Rogers, Nehemiah : for Londini read Londinium 

Rokeby, Ralph : for Belfreys, Yorkshire, read the Belfrey Church, York 
Rokeby, Sir Thomas de {d. 1356) : for grandfather read grandfather of 
for in 1417 read in 1415 and 1417 
for next year read in 1418 
18 /.e. Rokewode, Ambrose: for (1518 ? read (1578 ? 

Rolfe, John : for Edwin of Boston Hall ... of the Rolfes ; read the Rev. 
Whitwell Elwin of Booton Rectory, Norfolk, whose family intermarried with the 
Rolfes ; 
168 i 1-2 RoUe, Henry : for which he represented ... of 1681. read and was elected M.P. 
for Bridgewater 80 March 1660, for Hampshire 26 April 1675, for Bridgewater 
again 14 Feb. 1678-9, and for Hampshire again 21 Feb. 1680-1. 
166 ii 9 RoUe, Richard : for 1895 read 1895-6 
178 i 27 f.e. Rolph, John : for son read eldest son 

26 /.c. after Rolph insert medical practitioner, and after Frances insert (Petty) 

24-28 for and was originally brought . . . studying read He was entered as a 

f.e. student at the Inner Temple on 8 Nov. 1809, and soon afterwards accom- 

panied his parents on a visit to Canada. He was there during the war 
with the United States in 1812, and served in it as a volunteer. On 
returning home he spent some time at Cambridge, and then turned his 
attention to medicine, studying in London 
20-17 for But soon abandoning medicine . . . Canada in 1820 7-ead He was called 

f^. to the bar at the Inner Temple on 1 June 1821. A year before he had 

migrated finally to Upper Canada, settling at first in Norfolk County 
(then the Talbot district) 
16 f.e. for the bar in 1821 read the bar of Upper Canada in Michaelmas term 1821, 

soon 
15 f.e. for first at Dundas read at Dundas. For a time he was the professional 

adviser of Colonel Thomas Talbot [q. v.], the colonial pioneer in Upper 
Canada, but Rolph rapidly developed strongly liberal political views, with 
which Talbot was out of sympathy 
13 /.c. for 1825 read 1824 

ii 20 for Russia read Rochester, N.Y. (cf. J. C. Dent's Story of the Upper 

Canada Rebellion) 

25 for the Toronto school of medicine read a school of medicine at Toronto 

26 a/<«r regularly insert and whicli was incorporated in 1858 as 'The Toronto 

School of Medicine.' 
81 after crown lands insert in 1851 

\1 f.e. after meter insert and subtle, coini)n;henHive intclh-ct 

176 i 10/.*?. Romaine, William: after Ixindon imert (a predecessor of Romaine in the 
lectureship) and omit happened 
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Romilly, Joseph : for Whewell read Peacock 
for registrar read registrary 
for Willis, Clark, read J. Willis Clark 
Romney, George : for 1807 read 1870 

Rooke, Sir George : after Portsmouth insert (which he had represented since 
1698) 

215 ii 6 f.e. Boper, "William : for He was returned read He had previously sat in parliament 
for Bramber (1529), Rochester (1545), and Winchester (1558), and he was 
returned 
Eos, Robert de : for Pubfan read Fursan 
Roscarrock, Nicholas : for Trevemor read Trevenor 

for Haworth read Naworth 
Roscoe, Williain C. : for a parish school read a private school (St. Domingo 

House, near Liverpool) 
Rose, George (1744-1818) : omit second son of David Rose, 

after was insert second son of David Rose, 
Ross, Alexander (1590-1654) : for (1590 read (1591 

for in 1590 read on 1 Jan. 1590-1 (Sloane MS. 955, f. 192) 
for Hobbs and Dr. Hervey read Hobbes and Dr. Harvey 
for Hervey read Dr. William Harvey 
Ross, Alexander (1742-1827) : for brother of Andrew Ross ... Sir John Ross 

[q. V.]. read the youngest of the five sons of Ross of Auchlossin. 
Ross, Andrew : omit his uncle 

Ross, Sir James C. : for His portrait, by Stephen Pearce, for- read Stephen 
Pearce 
for merly in the Painted Hall at Greenwich read twice painted his 
portrait : one picture is in the Franklin Museum at Greenwich, the 
other 
Ross, Thomas {d. 1675) : omit a native of Scotland, and 
before received insert may have 

for where he graduated B.A. in 1642 read where one Thomas Rosse, son of 
James Rosse, and a native of Richmond, Surrey, having been educated at 
the Charterhouse, was admitted in 1639 and graduated B.A. in 1642-8 
Ross, Sir William C. : for 1870 read 1800 
Rossetti, Christina G. : for Lavinia read Frances Mary Lavinia 

after illness, insert She assisted her mother in teaching a day school at 

Camden Town, and afterwards at Frome. 
for As an ardent Italian patriot read As a sympathiser (at least in early 

years) with the Italian cause 
after 1872, insert and ' Speaking Likenesses ' (tales for children) in 1874, 
omit ' Speaking Likenesses,' 1874 ; 

for Upon her brother read In 1873, the year preceding her brother 
for she felt at liberty to follow read she followed 
Rossetti, Dante G. : for 1826 read 1826-7 (2 vols.) 
for fourteen read thirteen 

for two years read three years 

for July 1842 read Nov. 1841 

for Sathanas ' read Sathana ' 

for Madox Brown read the school of the Royal Academy 

for by which the majority ... in the least, read which, though he shared 

in early years to a marked degree, he very soon abandoned. 
for procure his removal read he was removed 
for when the clouds read just before the clouds 
for wrote read completed a still unpublished poem, which was originally 

composed at a very early date 
for Mario ' read Mano ' 

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289 ii 9-7 Bosiettl, Lucy Madoz : for and was brought up on the continent . . . brought 

/.«. her to England, read Her parents brought her to England in 1844, and 

after her mother's death, in 1840, her father definitely established himself 
in England. 

290 i 7 for (1875) read (1873) 

8 for 1874 read March 1874 

after in 1890 insert a memoir of his father to the * Magazine of Art ' in 1889, 
Botherham, Thomas: fur As the deputy ... as Prince of Wales, read The 

temporalities were restored to Rotherham on 10 March 1471-2. 
Kothschild, Lionel M. : for is now read was from 1885 till 1898 
Rothschild, Nathan M.: for (1742 read (1745 ? 

for Meyer Amschel Nathan, read Meyer Amschel, Nathan 
Rough, John : before Shortly afterwards insert Knox's irregular call was approved 

by the congregation. 
Row, John (1569-1646) : for (1569 rea^r(1568 
Rowe, Mrs. Elizabeth : for It is read It is summarised 
Rowe, Sir Samuel : for Hawker read Hawsker 

Rowley, Samuel : for successively with . . . companies of actors, read with the 
company of actors known successively as the Admiral's, Prince Henry's, 
and the Palsgrave's men, 
88 after extant, irisert In 1602 Rowley and "William Bird were paid by Henslowe 

4Z. for making additions to ' Faustus.' Possibly some of the feeble comic 
scenes in the extant edition of Marlowe's tragedy, which was first 
published in 1604, are from Rowley's pen [see Marlowe, Christopher] 
365 ii 21 f.e. Rowley, Sir William: for of an old Essex family read of an old family of 
Warfield, Shropshire, being son of William Rowley of Whitehall, a court official 
under William III and Anne, 
Roy, William : for ' Rede me not ' read * Rede me and be not wroth ' 
Rudge, Edward : for purchased 7-ead possessed 
Rufus, Geoffrey : after 1134 insert certainly after 1 Oct. 1133 

after Durham insert (Laurentius Dunelmensis, Dialogi, p. 12) 
Rugge, Thomas : after 1836. insert A transcript by J. Meares of the first volume 
of Rugge's work, dated 1687, somewhat more complete than that in the British 
Museum, belongs to Mrs. Tucker, 75 Warwick Road, London, S.W. 
895 ii 30 Rumbold, Sir George B. : after James Berriman, Esq. insert He was on 13 Jan. 
1781 admitted a pensioner of Christ's College, Cambridge, afterwards becoming 
a fellow-commoner. 
416 i 2 Rupert, Prince : for June read July 
3 for Breda read Buda 

38 Rush, John B. : for John read James 
11-12 Russel, William : for Anti-Quaker-istica read Anti-Quakeriana 
38 Russell, Charles William : after Ballystrow. insert His brother Arthur was father 
of Sir Charles Russell, Lord Russell of Killowen [q. v. suppl.]. 

^^ " 88 1 ^^"sell, Edward, Earl of Orford : for La Hogue read La Hague 

431 i 28 after 1699, insert He had represented Launceston (1689), Portsmouth (1690), 

and Cambridgeshire (1695) in the lower house, 
488 i 12 /.e. Russell, Francis, 2nd Earl of Bedford : for issue read male issue 

ii 84 Bussell, Francis, 4th Earl of Bedford: after 1607, insert was M.P. for the 
borough of Lyme Regis 1610-1, 
485 i 17-21 Note that Francis, w}io is here described as the eldest son, was the second 

son, and that William, who is here described as the second son, was the 
eldest son. 
454 i n f.e. Russell, John (1787-1868): /or Mary Augusta, read Mary Augusta Lloyd (a 
coutiiu of Charles Lloyd, bishop of Oxford [q. v.]), 
15-14 /or one daughter, Mary. r«a^Z two daughters: Augusta, wife of the Rev. G. 

/.«. Bridges More, and Mary, wife of General Hutchinson. 

4G2 i 16-15 Bussell, Lord John, 1st Earl Russell : for who still (1897) survives read who died 
f.e. on 18 Jan. 189H 

478 ii 85 Bussell, Thomas (1707-1803) : for • the clerk of the parish ' read ' parish priest ' 

479 ii 86 Bussell, Sir William id. 1654) : after Chippenham insert Cambridgeshire 

485 ii 4-8 Bussell, William, 1st Duke of Bedford : for second but eldest surviving son read 
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EKKATA IN VOLUME L 
BUSSEN SCOBELL 

N.B.— /.e. stands tor from end and l.l. for laxt line 

Rust, Thomas C. : for Thomas Cypbian read Cyprian Thomas 

Ryder, Sir Dudley : omit by Tabitha Waller 

Ry&ge> Robert ; for 1398 read 1392 

Sackville, Charles, 6th Earl of Dorset : after taste, iiisert When Prior was 
employed as a boy in his uncle's tavern (about 1680), Sackville discovered his 
promise, helped to defray his schooling at Westminster, and aided him with hia 
influence. 

St. Aubyn, Catherine : after Catherine insert afterwards Mrs. Moleswoeth 

St. Aubyn, Sir John (1758-1839) : for {d. 1841) read [d. 1844) 

Saint-;6vremond, Charles de M. de St. D. de : after written, insert He also wrote 
the life of Rochester prefixed to his ' Poems ' (1707). 
150 i 25-26 St. John, Oliver, Viscount Grandison : for into the same branch of the family, read 
to the family of his brother, Sir John St. John, great-great-grandfather of Vis- 
count Bolingbroke, the statesman. 
166 ii 17 St. Leger, Sir Anthony : for vol. xxiii. read no. xxiii. 

230 ii 82 Sampson, Henry (1841-1891) : after the author insert (together with ' Dictionary 

of Modern Slang,' 2nd ed. 1860) 

231 ii 80 Sampson, Richard : for any read a 

244 ii 29 Sancroft, William: for fellow and tutor read fellow ; he became tutor 

245 i 29 for select preacher read university preacher 

249 ii 17 for Vandergucht, Elder read Vandergucht the elder 

251 i 20 /.e. Sandale, John de : for Whetley read Wheatley 
258 ii 34 Sanders, George : after Saunders insert (1807-1863) 

87 for he was living in 1856. read he died at Bristol on 25 Aug. 1863. 
272 ii 7 f.e. Sandford, James : for John read James 

286 i 28 Sandys, Edwin : for Abindon's read Habington's 
804 i 15 /.e. Sargent, John N. : for Shanghai read Hongkong 
842 i 14 Savage, Sir John B. : for Princess Charlotte read Princess Sophia 
82 for entered the royal read, rose to be a colonel in the royal 

88 for and afterwards the civil service read and settled in 
854 ii VJ f.e. Savery, Thomas: for 1G98 read 1702 

856 i 6 Savile, Bourchier W. : for Dictionary read Directory 

868 i 10 /.e. Savile, Sir Henry: for Patterson read Pattison 

890 i 22-25 Sayer, Augustine : for was possibly a son .... holy orders, read was grandson 

of Valentine Sayer of Sandwich, who was thrice mayor of that town. 
894 ii 6 /.p. Scalby, John de : a/<e>- shaw. i/?.8er< Scalby was also author of the lives of several 

bishops of Lincoln (cf. Giraldus Cambrensis, vol. vii. pp. 193-216, where they are 

printed). 

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408 i 83 Schalch, Andrew : after 5/. a day. hnert A warrant of the Duke of Marlborongh 
as master-general of ordnance appointed Schalch master founder of His Majesty's 
brass ordnance, 16 May 1718. 
414 ii 16 Scheemakers, Peter : after Exchange, insert the statue of William III at Hull, 
424 i 18 Schomberg, Sir Charles M. : for first lieutenant read lieutenant 
486 ii 80 Schomberg, Raphael \ for was no doubt obtained from a foreign read was obtained 
from Aberdeen 
40 for Croucher read Crowcher and after London insert and master of the 

Vintners' Company in 1752 

"^ ii "«{■'■ l»Ut«' wmuS \Tl7i7l?\f<»- «V Peter-te-Poo' read St. Peter-le-Poe, 



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SCOFFIN SHEARES 

N.B.— /.e. stands iorfrom end and l.l. for last line 
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12 /.e. Scogan, Henry : for 1891 read 1821 

Scarburgh, Sir Kobert de : for Scorbrough read Scorborough 

for Scorby read Scoreby 
Scott, Alexander J. : for Jesus,' 1859 ; read Man ' 1860 ; 
Scott, Cuthbert : for [d. 1565) read (d. 1564) 

for some time in 1565. read on the feast of St. Denys (9 Oct. ?) 1564 
(MoLANUS, Hist. Lovaniensis) and was buried in the church of the Friars 
Minor. 
Scott, Sir George G. : for Hayley read Haley 
for In 1879 read About 1870 

for prejudice against the read prejudice in favour of the 
Scott, Sir John : for Bleau. Scot .... the survey read Blaeu. Scot interested 
himself in the survey 
for purchased his drawings .... getting them revised read Font's 
drawings, after his death about 1614, were purchased by the crown. 
Scot, having caused them to be revised 
for Bleauaniae volumen sextum,' read Blaeuanise volumen quintum,' 
omit as its real author 
for Bleau 7-ead Blaeu 
Scott, John (1639-1695) : after 1752, 8vo insert (the work was ultimately extended 

to 5 vols.) 
Scott, afterwards Scott-Waring, John (1747-1819) : omit was Maria, .... The 
second, 
for 1740 read 1745 

after Paber [q. v.]. insert Waring's second wife was Maria, daughter and 
heiress of Jacob Hughes of Cashel. 
62 ii 20 /.e. Scott, Michael (1789-1885) : for Kaymond Lodge read Raymond Hall 

18-17 for It was probably written .... business. 7'ead Probably he there wrote 

f-a- most of the sketches which were worked up into the * Log.' 

16-15 for 1836, after Scott's death, read 1884, when it formed vol. liv. of a ' Collection 

/•«• of Ancient and Modern English Authors ' in Baudry's ' European Library.' 

67 ii 16 /.e. Scott, Thomas (1480 ?-1589): a//er Thomas insert Lord Petgobmo 
72 i llf.e. Scott, Thomas {d. 1660) : for The name of the regicide's wife is not known, read 
The regicide was thrice married, first to Alice AUinson at Chesterford in 
1626 ; secondly in 1644 to Grace, eldest daugliter of Sir Thomas Maule- 
verer (she was buried in Westminster Abbey, 26 Feb. 1045-6) ; and thirdly 
to Alice (of unknown surname), who petitioned to visit him before his 
execution (Noble, liegicides^ ii. 197 ; Chester, Westminster Abbeij, 
p. 140). 
ii 20-26 omit and his wife Grace .... Registers^ p. 140; 

75 i 37 Scott, Thomas (1747-1821) : for 18 Oct. read 16 Oct. 

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Scott, Sir Walter (1771-1832) : for 1809 read 1809-10 
for (1810) rea^ (1815) 
for 1815 renrf 1816 

/or Scott'8 children were : read Scott was succeeded in the baronetcy by his 
eldest son, Walter, who was bom on 28 Oct. 1801, and died on 8 Feb. 1847, 
when the title became extinct. His other children were : 
omit Walter, born .... no issue. (8) 

for (4) read (8) 

for Scott has now no descendants except read Scott is now lineally repre- 
sented by the family of his great-granddaughter, 
6-6 for daughter of Hope-Scott and her children, read now of Abbotsford; she 

is second daughter of J. R. Hope- Scott [q. v.] and wife of the Hon. Joseph 
Constable Maxwell (third son of William Maxwell, Lord Herries), who 
assumed the additional surname of Scott on his marriage. 
after printed) insert 1808 
after 1813 i7isert (really 1812) 

far 1849 read 1820 and after 1820 i7isert (really 1819) 
for George Ill's read George IV's 
after 1C51,' insert 1826 
Scott, William, Lord Stowell (1745-1836) : for Colbume's read Colburn's 
80-31 Scott, William (1797-1848) : for Kuaveshire read Knavesmire 

Scott, William : for Parliament House read a tenement overlooking Parliament 
House Square 
for Perthshire read Ayrshire 
Scriven, Edward : for 1318 read 1818 
Scrope, Adrian : for thirty-seventh read twenty-seventh 
Scrope, Sir Geoffrey : for Ufflete read Ufflete or Usflete 
35-36 Scrope, Henry le, 3rd Baron Scrope of Masham : for A modem writer says read 
According to Monstrelet, 
for but he gives no authority {Gesta read (ed. Pantheon Litt^raire, p. 366 ; 

cf. Gesta 
for wife from the royal family. Even .... and the prince read wife, 
Joan Holland, from' the royal family, the lady's father being half-brother 
of the late King Richard II. When at the end of 1411 the prince 
for Scrope continued at the treasury, read Scrope resigned the treasurership 

16 Dec. 1411 (Wylie's Henry IV, iv. 51). 
for His supersession by Henry V .... he was entrusted read After the 

accession of Henry V he was entrusted 
for Possibly he had resented .... two years before, read Rumour ascribed 
the conspiracy to bribery with French gold; if so, it is possible that 
Scrope was the go-between. 
158 i 15 Scudamore, William E. : for survives with read died 7 June 1898, aged 82, 
leaving 
life Scudder, Henry: after Cambridge insert whence he graduated M.A. in 1606 
ISf.e. Seager, Charles : for Brecknor read Bicknor 
14 fe Sedgwick, Thomas : for Gainsford read Gainford 

Sedley, Sir Charles : for earl of Rivers read Earl Rivers 

Sedulius: for must be the commentator 7-ead must be differentiated from the 

commentator 
Segrave, Sir Hugh : for Brustwick read Burstwick 
Segrave, John de : for Almondbury read Alkmundbury (Alconbury) 
Selby, Walford D. : for 186.-. read 1867 

Sellar, William Y. : for his death in October 1890 read his death at Kenbank, 
Dairy, Galloway, on 12 Oct. 1890 
28 after 1892. inmrt He also contributed ' Characteristics of Thucydides' to 

' Oxford EsKayH,' 1857. 
81 Selwyn, George A. (180»-1878i: for Major Charles Selwyn read His father's 

uncle, Major Cliarles Selwyn 
85 otnit His father's uncle, 

for \ihe first of a series read an early foundation in the series of colonial 

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Belwyn, George A. (1809-1878) : omit in the colonies 

for an only son, read two sons : William, vicar of Bromfield, and 
Selwyn, William (1806-1875) : for (1806-1875) read (1809-1878) 
Sempill, Hew, 11th Lord Sempill : Note that the author of ' A Short Address 
.... of the Author,' London, 1793. was not by the subject of this article, but 
by his grandson, Hugh Sempill, thirteenth Lord, Sempill (1758-1830). 
Benlis, Simon de, Earl of Northampton : for {d, 1170) read {d. 1159) 
Seton, George, 5th Lord Seton : for ducesque alii, read aliique duces, 

for Dominium read Dominus 
Seward, Anna : for Johnson, writing .... declared read Johnson remarked to 

Boswell, 25 June 1784, that 
Seward, Thomas : for may read may be 

Seymour, Catherine, Countess of Hertford : for Catherine read Lady Catherine 
for and she would probably .... for a revival read but all hope of her 
complete restoration was dispelled by a revival 
32-38 for As a result .... lieutenant of the Tower. 7ead On Grey's death, 

21 Nov. 1564, the countess was transferred to the custody of Sir William 
Petre [q. v.] at Ingatestone, Essex. Afterwards she was handed over to 
the charge of Sir John Wentworth, and on his death to that of Sir Owen 
Hopton at Cockfield Hall. The fact that Hopton was subsequently lieu- 
tenant of the Tower has led to the erroneous assumption that the countess 
was confined there a second time. 
804 i 25-84 Seymour, Edward, Duke of Somerset: for But he had lost faith . . . . 
collected a large army read At first he avoided all reference to the feudal 
claim which Henry VIII had revived in 1542, and sought to win over the 
Scots to the projected union with England by promising free trade 
between the two kingdoms, autonomy for Scotland, and the substitution of 
the words Great Britain for England and Scotland. France encouraged 
the Scots to resist, and during the summer the Protector collected a large 
army 
for Dumbarton read Dunbar 
after dington insert (Sept. 1549) 
for Ballemberg read Boulogneberg and after Newhaven insert (Amble- 

teuse) 
after enclosures insert (June 1548) 

after rejected insert in the following session of parliament 
for May read May 1549 
for twenty-nine read thirty -one 
for She was divorced soon after 1580 read She is erroneously said to have 

been divorced 
for Owing to the misconduct .... by his second wife read By an act of 
parliament passed in 1540 Somerset's estates were entailed upon his issue 
by his second wife in preference to his issue by his first, and similar clauses 
were introduced into the patents for his subsequent dignities and grants 
of land. 
811 i 3-4 Seymour, Edward, Earl of Hertford (1539 ?-1621) : for recommitted to the Tower. 
read committed to the custody of Sir John Mason [q. v.]. 
6-8 for he was released .... but was kept read, but he was kept 

10 after 158 insert cf. Notes and Queries, 8th series, vii. 422-8 

818 i 30 Seymour, Francis, 1st Baron Seymour of Trowbridge : for is now an inn read 

was used as an inn until 1842, when it became Marlborough College 
324 i 9 f.e. Seymour, Lord Hugh : for at Jamaica read while cruising for his health off 

Jamaica. 
832 i 11-16 Seymour, Thomas, Baron Seymour of Sudeley : /or Meanwhile, in the summer 
.... In August he was back read It was not Seymour, as Maclean 
states, but Clinton who was sent in command of the fleet against Scotland 
during the summer and autumn of 1548. Seymour remained at home, 
busy with his intrigues against his brother's authority. In August 
he was 
888 i 14 for manuscripts read sources 

885 i 26 Seymour, William, 2nd Duke of Somerset: for Lanesborough read Londes- 

borough 
845 i 9 Shairp, John C. : for October read November 

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355 i 21 Shakespeare, William: for Charles Howard nwd- Charles, Lord Howard of 
Effiughara 
ii 1 for The compauy, read At first the company performed at the Theatre, 

but they 
859 i 88 S(yr The quotation read, Tlie itahciaed quotatiou 

360 ii .4/.e. /or 26 Feb. reokZ 6 Feb. 

361 ii 25 after their friends, insert Shakespeare was nob present ; he was acting the 

same night before the queen ^at Greenwicli. 

363 i 19-1 for involved him .... Shakespeare avows read led to the production of 

f.e. his * Sonnets.' Between 1591 and 1597 no aspirant to poetic fame in 

England failed to seek a patron's ear by a trial of skill as a sonneteer. 
Shakespeare applied himself to sonneteering when the fashion was at its 
height. Many critics are convinced that throughout the * Sonnets ' 
Shakespeare avows 
; ._^ii 5-6 for Their uncontrolled ardour read But the two concluding sonnets (cliii. 

and cliv.) are directly based on an apologue illustrating the pbtency of lOve 
which figures in the Greek anthology [Palatine Anthology^ ix. 627). 
Elsewhere many conceits are adapted from contemporary sonnets by 
English and foreign writers. Although Shakespeare's poems often seem 
coloured by personal experience, they were probably undertaken to a large 
extent as literary exercises. His ever-present dramatic instinct may be 
held to account for most of the illusion, which they create, of personal 
confession. Their style 

364 i 24-45 fur But when all allowance .... the twofold influence read! No clear and 

connected story is deduoible from the poems, which divide themselves into 
two main groups. 
16-14 for the young man .... three years old (civ.) read for the most part a 

f.e. young man 

9-8 for with an emphasis .... will perpetuate read in language originally 

f.e. borrowed from classical literature, but habitual to the sonneteers of the 

day, that his verse will perpetuate for ever 

Zf.e. for his devotion read love 

2-1 omit he has made .... in the 

f.e. 
ii 1 omit the line 

2 om,it xl.-xlii. 

6-8 for At one period .... by the young man read Li one sequence the 

writer's equanimity is disturbed by the favour bestowed by a young 
patron 
12 omit calmness and 

14-22 for The second group .... to her seductions (cxxxiii.-cxxxvi.) read In the 

second group, most of which are addressed to a woman (cxxxvi.-clii.), 
Shakespeare, in accordance with a contemporary convention of sonneteers, 
narrates more or less connectedly the story of the disdainful rejection of a 
lover by a dark-complexioned siren. In one group of six sonnets (xl., zli., 
xlii., cxxxiii., cxxxiv., and cxliv.), which seem to stand apart from those 
that immediately precede or follow them, a more personal note appears to 
be struck. The six poems relate how the writer's mistress ^as corrupted 
his friend and drawn him from his ' side.' Sonnet cxliv., published by 
Jaggard in 1599, suggests the state of feeling generated by this episode. 
The poet declares that he is tempted by * two spirits ' : * a man right fair,' 
* the better angel,' and a woman ' coloured ill,' ' the worser spirit.' Thf 
story of intrigue developed in thcso six sonnets, which is not readil 
paralleled, may owe its origin to a genuine experience of the poet. 

25-20 fur actors in the poet's narrative read persons to whom the poet seems to 

refer 

g« / fur the young read a young 

W6 i 10 for would well apply read, would (it is comujonly suggested) apply 

17-20 for If there is no direct proof .... of Southampton, read But Chapman 

was only one among many of tlic prut^g6s of Southampton, and another 
of them, Barnabe Barnes, has claims to be considered the * rival poet.' 
24 for mysterious read conventional 

46-47 omit There was a contemporary musician called William Hughes 

y66 i 2 for Pembroke doubtlosH read Pembroke;, who was known from birth unt 

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366 i 27-31 Shakespeare, William : for But the intrigue .... in full tide, read But no 
historical justification is needed for the creation of that conventional 
personage, and one of the sonnets in which she figures was surreptitiously 
published by Jaggard in 1599, before the intrigue between Pembroke and 
Mary Fitton is known to have begun. 
84 for William Herbert read Lord Herbert 

18-12 for The emotional stories .... subsided quickly read The story of a lover's 

f.e. supersession by his friend in the favours of a mistress — the burden of 

those six sonnets that may have a personal significance — may possibly 
reflect an affair of gallantry in the poet's own life to which obscure 
reference would seem to be extant elsewhere. The adventure in that case 
would have caused no lasting wound 
for Eastcheaj), which read Southwark ; 
after frequent insert the Boar's Head, Eastcheap 
for 26 March read 24 March 

for in ' Two Noble Kinsmen,' ed, Littledale, read by 
for 1874). read 1874 ; * Two Noble Kinsmen,' ed. Littledale). 
for impression read definite impression 
for the Grange read Denby Grange 
after (both in 1600), iyisert 'Titus ' (1600 and 1611), 
omit ' Titus ' (1600), 
for "Watkins read Watkiss 

after Hudson insert first issued in 1851-6 (11 vols. 16mo), and reissued as 
after plots, insert Alexander Schmidt's Shakespeare-Lexicon, 1874, and 
Abbott's Shakespearean Grammar, 1869 (new edit. 1897), elucidate the text. 
Sharp, Abraham : after Bradford insert and baptised in June 1653 

for He was apprenticed read After attending Bradford Grammar School he 

was apprenticed to William Shaw, mercer, of York, and then 
for From 1676 read From about 1684 
after \&^0). insert Early in 1691, however, he removed to Portsmouth to take 

* a clerk's place in the king's shipyard.' 
for 15 July read 18 July 

after cited insert cf. Cudworth's Life and Correspondence of Abraham 
Sharp, 1889 
Shaw, John (1559-1625) : for ' Bibliorum read ' Biblii 

for Shaw also wrote .... but it was translated read The work, which was 
in Latin, was translated 
41-42 for posthumously .... 12mo. read London, 1623, 12mo, under the title ' A 

True Christian's Daily Delight ' ; this was reprinted in 1688 under the 
new title of * The Divine Art of Memory.' 
441 i 4 Shaw, John (1776-1832) : for Ham Hall read Ham Hall 
450 ii 19-20 Shaw-Lefevre, Charles, Viscount Eversley : for St. Mary's, Winchester, read 

Winchester College 
452 ii 17-19 Shazton, Nicholas : for He became ultimately president .... sometimes called. 
read He was president of Physick's Hostel, which was attached to Gonville Hall, 
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EKKATA IN VOLUME LII 
SHEARMAN SMIRKE 

N.B.— /.e. gtaiids for from end and 1.1. for last line 

List of Writers : itisert A. M. C-e . . . Miss A. M. Cooke 
Shebbeare, John : after happily, insert Mrs. Shebbeare died 25 Nov. 1779. 
Sheffield, Jobn, 3rd Earl of Mulgravc : for 1768-4 read 1708-4 
Sheil, Bicbard L. : for Penenden read Pennenden 

for 1850 read 1849 
Sheldon, Oilbert : for Ashbourne read Stanton, in the parish of Ellastone 

after shire, insert An inscription by Bishop Hacket is still to be seen in the 

room where he was bom. 
for Sneltson read Snelston 

after dark moustache, insert Another, the property of the Earl of Home, is 
at Bothwell Castle, Lanarkshire. 
Shelley, Mary W. : for eight years read six years 

Shelley, Percy B. : for but not one . . . light, read only one of which has come 
to light ; this copy was found, in 1898, in the possession of Mr. V. E. G. 
Hussey, and has since been reprinted. 
38 i 84 after Redding [q. v.]. insert Another edition of his * Works * in one small 

volume was published by Charles Daly in 1836. 
Shelley, Sir Eichard : for {d. 1566) read {d. 1559) 

for the British Museum read the Government Library at Malta 
16 /.e. Shelton, Thomas {fi. 1612) : for Besley read Beoley 

after Cambridge, insert in the library of Wadham College, Oxford, 

Shepard, Thomas : far Darly read Darley 

for Touteville read Stoutville 
Sherborne, Bobert: for (1440 ? read (1450 ? 

for about 1440 . . . and at Oxford, where read, probably about 1450. He 

entered Winchester College as a scholar in 1465 (Kirbv) and 
omit he graduated M.A. ... St. Paul's Cathedral and 

after 722). insert On 17 March 1496-7 he was made prebendary of Mora in 
St. Paul's Cathedral (Le Neve erroneously dates this preferment 1468-9). 
Sheridan, Mrs. Frances: for Sir Oliver Chamberlaine, bart., read Walter 

Chamberlaine 
Sheridan, Bichard B. : for Mathews read Matthews 

after required, insert Sheridan died on 7 July 1816. 
for 7 July read 16 July 
for eight read nine 
after Charles insert (d. 1848) 
after only son insert by his first wife 
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Queen Anne's death 

94 i 26 Sherlock, Thomas : for Interest read Intent 
101 ii 20 Sherwin, Ealph (1799-1830) : for Wilton (bis) read Witton 
106 i 40 Shilleto : for Ulleshelf read UUeskelf 
118 ii 17 Shippen, William : for Joemund read Jesmund 

^^^ ^ 4^ 1 Shipton, Mother : for Skipton read Shipton 
182 i 24 Shirley, James : for 1651 read 1751 

YM^/ /0^a<idre88reaY?pro^0g|ie / ,^ v YUf/niT^HM 

184 i^ * n# ^ Shirley, John (1866 ?-1456)^: ^ytniVifi&X, ^^^ I /I T* / . \.' I I v^ 1 VI 

29 after 73). insert Harl. MS. 2251, often ascribed to Shirley, was written in 

Edward IV's reign, parts of it being copied from one of Shirley's MSS. 
188 i 11 Shirley, Sir Eohert (1629-1666) : for father read brother 
87 for Harold read Harrold ■• • - , * , 

Shirley, Sir Thomas : for Coppenthorp react Copmanthorpe 
Short, Augustas : after consecrated insert (29 June) 
12 /.e. Shortland, Edward: after Courtlands insert near Lympston 

Shute, Robert : after {d. 1621), insert matriculated from Christ's College, Cam- 
bridge, in 1598, graduating B.A. in 1601-2, and 
Shute, Samuel : after Shute insert who matriculated as a fellow-commoner of 
Christ's College, Cambridge, 12 Dec. 1688, 
18-19 Siddons, Henry : for during the summer of 1801 read on 22 June 1802 
Siddons, Sarah : for Greathead 7-ead Greatheed 

/or The highest honour . . .in Reynolds's picture rea5 Bejmolds paid her 

a unique compliment when in his picture • ' ' 
for he said read Dr. Johnson said 
for Galeotti read Galotti 

for minus), read minus, which stood until 1856), 
for now marked read marked until its demolition in 1904 
for Howe read Hone 

for Newnham in Oxford read Nunehamj near Oxford 
Sidney, Algernon : for 1682) read 1688) 

for in June following read on 14 May foUoWihg [jSlddneMS. 1519, f. 112) 
for 26 June read 26 June 1683 - 

for 1682 read 1688 

Sidney, Henry, Earl of Bomney : for 1675 read 1677 

Sidney, Sir Philip: for services read exercises 

for Frances read Elizabeth 

for 1542 rea<l 1557 or 1560 
for Bacon read (Sir Nicholas) Baoon 
Sidney, Bobert, Ist Earl of Leicester : for During the poUtical disturbances . . . 
at Flushing ; read Sidney spent much time at Flushing during 1598 and 
the following years ; 
6/.e. after iv. 28-9). imert During the political disturbances due to Essex's 

rebellion in the winter of 1600-1 he was the chief channel of communica- 
tion between the court and Essex {Sloane MS. 1856, ff. 10-18 b ; State 
Papers, Dom. 11 Feb. 1600-1). 
Sigehert iji. 626) : for was one read who was one 
Simeon, Charles : for Law's rtad. the 
Simpson, David: for Shropsliire read Yorkshire 
11-10 Sinclair, Sir William, 3rd Earl of Orkney : for Elizabeth Douglas read Margaret, 
eldeHt daughter of Archibald, fourtli earl of Douglas, 
after lie had insert a daughter Catharine, who married Alexander Stewart, 
Dnke of Albany [q. v.], and 
Singer, Samuel Weller : afttr Alfred insert (1816-1898) 

Sion or John, Llywelyn : fur a further acmunt of the subject of this article see 
art. Li.vwKi.vN ok Llanokwyoo. 
817 i 1 Sirr, Henry Charles : /or (1766 read (1704 

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317 i 2 Sirr, Henry Charles : for Dublin in 1756 read Dublin Castle on 25 Nov. 17641 

3 for the eldest son read fifth but eldest surviving son and for (1718 ?- read 

(1715- 

11 for 1768 read 6 June 1778 

12 for a regiment read the 68th regiment 
14-15 for About 1790 read In 1791 

24 after town-major insert with a residence in Dublin Castle 

57-58 omit and was given a suite . . . till his death 

l.l. after full pay insert and in consideration of his public services was allowed 

to retain his official residence in Dublin Castle 
ii 7 for by himself read by Joseph D'Arcy Sirr, D.D., and by Mr. George Norman 

D'Arcy 
22 after humane insert (23 May and 26 June 1823 ; of. Hansard, n.s. ix. 468, 

1309) 
for Thomas D'Arcy read James D'Arcy 

for a copy is read copies are in the British Museum, the library of Trinity 
College, Dublin, and 
Skinner, James (1778-1841) : for Bussagong read Burragong 

for and another is read another, believed to be by W. Melville, is in the vestry 
of the church at Delhi, and a third is 
6/.e, Skinner, James (1818-1881) : for Gloucestershire read Worcestershire 
352 ii 55-56 Skip, John : omit though his will points to Norwich 

57-58 for in the graveyard at Hereford read at St. Mary Mounthaw, London 

358 ii 32 Skirlaw, Walter : for University College read Trinity College 
379 ii 21-22 Sloane, Sir Hans : for on the accession of the house of Hanover read in August 

1722, on the death of Sir Thomas Gibson {Sloane MS. 4046, f. 273) 
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EKEATA IN VOLUME LIII 
SMITH STANGER 

N.B.— :/■.«. stands tor from end and l.l. for last line 

Smith, Aaron : for to those who recovered . . . the pirates, read by the govern- 
ment in lieu of prize money for pirates officially sworn to have been killed. 
Smith, Adam : for 1773 read 1733 

for batlery read buttery 
Smith, Alexander (1830-1867) : for P. Percy read T, Percy 
Smith, Bernard : after arrival insert about 1660 
Smith, Charles Hamilton : for 1778 read 1787 
Smith, Charlotte : for Tetford read Tilford 
Smith, Sir Francis P. : omit there 

after 1808 insert it is said at Copperhurst Farm, close to Aldington Knoll, 
about six miles from Hythe. Vain search has been made for the entry of 
his baptism in local parish registers. 
41 ii 32-33 Smith, George (1831-1895) : for The board school inspectors read The local 
authorities 
Smith, Sir Harry G. W. : for (1788 read (1787 

for 1788 read 28 June 1787 (baptised Henry, though always called 

Harry) 
before proceeded insert after spending two months at Whittlesea 
omit within two years 

after wife, insert She accompanied him to the end of the war. 
for Malcombe read Pulteney Malcombe [q. v.] 
for When read Before 
omit and fell into Smith's arms 

for was left commandant of Cambray when read with 

before He returned insert Subsequently he filled the post of ' major de place ' 
at Cambray, v/here the duke of Wellington fixed his headquarters during 
the occupation of France by the allied troops. 
for Ireland read Shorncliffe, Gosport, Glasgow, Belfast, and Nova Scotia 
for Peninsula read occupation of Paris 
omit Having completed this work ... 13 Sept. 1886 

after colonies insert in consequence of Lord Glenelg's attitude Smith 
returned to Cape Town and resumed his duties as deputy -quartermaster- 
general on 30 Sept. 1836 
for Sir Arthur Hardinge read Sir Henry (afterwards Viscount) Hardinge 
for Johannesburg read. Juanasburg 
for pall-bearer read standard-bearer 

before A crayon portrait insert One oil portrait is at Government House, 
Cape Town, and another belongs to the Rifle Brigade. Four other oil 
portraits are in private hands. 
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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 * 
Smith, John (J. 1612) : for Brooks's read Brook's 
22 /.e. Smith, John [ji. 1678-1680): for another read other 
for edition 1728, read editions 1706 and 1723 
Smith, John (1659-1715) : for Witten read Witton 
Smith, John Sidney : for John Sidney read John Spry 
Smith, John Thomas (1805-1882) : omit in 1886 . , 
Smith, Joshua T. : for grandmother read, great-grandmother 

for two daughters read three daughters 
Smith, Richard (1590-1675) : for MS. 838 read MS. 888 
Smith, Sydney : for Hesshngton read Heslington 

otnit near Foston 
Smith, Sir Thomas (1513-1577): for ' Smythus Valdinatus . . . sive read 
* Gabrielis Harveii Valdinatis Smithus vel 
for 75 read 78 
Smith, Thomas (1615-1702) : for Hulton read Hutton 
Smith, William (1460 ?-1514) : for Chalgrave read Chalgrove 
Smith, William {fi. 1596) : for but its present whereabouts is unknown, read it is 
now in the British Museum (MS. Addit. 85186). 
42-46 Smith, William (1756-1835) : omit He was probably . . . Portraits, p. 418). 
for a dissenter read a unitarian dissenter 
Smithson, James : for brother read uncle 

after at Genoa, insert The cemetery with Sraithson's tomb was demolished 
by the municipal authorities of Genoa during 1903 in making a city im- 
provement. Smithson's remains were thereupon surrendered to the United 
States government, and were reintex-red in Washington early in 1904. 
Smollett, Tobias G. : omit Black 
for Oporto read Lisbon 

for 1774 {Letters read 1773 [Life, ed. Hill, v. 866-8 ; Letters 
after 1819-22 insert Smollett's ' Continuation ' was also appended to a book- 
seller's issue of Rapin and Tindal, 1785-9 
Smyth, Richard : for politician read divine and politician 

omit B.A. in 1847 
Smyth, Sir Warington W. : for St. Erth's read St. Erth 
Snell, Hannah : for 1892 read 1898 

Snell, John : omit and John Wilson (* Christopher North ') 
Snow, John : for Robert Liston read William Pergusson 
Soane, Sir John : after a mason insert (John Swan or Soane, who married Frances 

Hannington on 3 Feb. 1787-8) 
Somer, Henry : after pp. 274-86). insert He was keeper of the privy wardrobe 
13 Feb. 1405. 
for chancellor read was chancellor 

for 28 Jan. 1413 read 20 June 1410 (cf. Wvlie, Henry 1 V, iv. 47) 
after exchequer insert which he was still filling in 1420 (Rymeb, Fcedera, 
ix. 915) 
Bomer, John : after 1380. insert He was alive on 10 Oct. 1409 (cf. Wylie, Hetiry IV, 

iv. 47, 218). 
Somers, Sir George : for Somerset read Somers 
Somen, John, Lord Somers : for llyegate read Reigate 
Somerset, John : for his * Life of Henry V ' read liis metrical account of 

Henry V 
Somerville, John : for guilty, and, with read guilty ; 
for was read were 

for Margaret, read Margaret or Alice, 
for Ijad issue read Kli/ab«!tli had issue 
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6/.e. Sothern, Edward A. : for White,' read Mauve,' 
for Jefferson in read Jefferson ; 
Southey, Robert : for chap. 127 read chap. 129 

for 5 Dec. read 22 Dec. 
Southwell, Bobert : for but it is not now traceable, read it is now in the library of 

Mr. Robert Hoe at New York. 
Speght, Thomas : for He matriculated read Thomas Speght matriculated 
Speke, John H. : for Ilchester read Ilminster 
Spelman, Sir Henry : for He was admitted read In Sloane MS. (1466, f. 16) he 

describes himself as of Oxford University, but he was certainly admitted 
Spence, Joseph : for Lyne read Lyme 

Spencer, Charles, 3rd Earl of Sunderland : for When removed to Blenheim . . . 
second duke read The library was divided in 1749, one portion going to Blenheim 
and the other remaining at Althorp in possession of the younger branch of the 
family [see Spencer, Geobge John, second Earl Spencer]. The library at 
Blenheim was increased by Charles, third duke 
Spencer, George, 4th Duke of Marlborough : for Valderfen's read Valdarfer's 
Spencer, John (1601-1671) : after bridge, insert He was probably the John 

Spencer who matriculated from Christ's College in 1618. 
Spencer, John (1630-1693) : for Thummin ' read Thummim ' 
Spencer, Robert, 2nd Earl of Sunderland: for in the autumn of 1640 read on 
4 Aug. 1640 {Sloane MS. 1782, ff. 16-22 b). 
for 1685 read 1675 
Spenser, Edmund : for ' a piece sharp and satirical ' read ' some satire keen and 
critical ' 
for powers 7-ead bowers 
Spottiswood, John (1565-1687) for 1637) read 1639) 
Spratt, James : for stern-posts read stern-ports 
Stackhouse, Thomas (1677-1752) : for two read three 

Stafford, Sir Edward : for p. 135). read p. 135) ; his chaplain was Richard 
Hakluyt [q. v.]. 
for treasurership of first-fruits read remembrancership of first-fruits Nov. 

1591 
for no issue 7'ead two sons, who probably died young 
Stafford, Humphrey, Earl of Devon: for Hook and Southwick read Hook, 
Dorset, and Southwick, Hampshire 
for John Stafford [q. v.] . . . great-uncle read Sir Humphrey Stafford 
{d. 1413), of Hook and Southwick, great-grandfather of the subject of 
this article, was father of a second Sir Humphrey Stafford (1379-1442), 
called 'of the silver hand.' Another son of the elder Sir Humphrey 
was John Stafford [q. v.], archbishop of Canterbury. The latter's legitimacy 
is questioned, although he is usually described as the earl of Devon's 
great-uncle 
454 25 Stafford, John (d. 1452) : after Stafford insert of Southwick Court, North Bradley, 

Wiltshire, as well as of Hook, Dorset, who was twice married, and had by 
his first wife, Alice Greynville or Greville, or ( according to some authorities) 
Beville, a son. Sir Humphrey Stafford (1379-1442) 
26-35 for and a kinsman of his contemporary . , . earl of Devon [q. v.] read and 

calls the archbishop his brother in his will. The elder Sir Humphrey's 
second wife was Elizabeth {d. 1413), daughter of Sir William Aumale and 
widow of Sir John Maltravers (d. 1386), of Hook, who in her will, dated 
14 Oct. 1418, refers to Master John Stafford. There are difficulties in 
accepting the statement that the archbishop was a legitimate son of the 
elder Sir Humphrey's first marriage. 
37-38 for an allegation for which ... no foundation, read and although Gascoigne 

is an hostile witness uncertainty exists as to the name and status of his 
mother. A handsome monument to 'Emma,' mother of Archbishop 
Stafford, stands in North Bradley Church. It is said to have been erected 
by the archbishop. The mother, * Emma,' is described as having died, 
a sister of the priory of the Holy Trinity at Canterbury, on 5 Sept. 1446. 
It is probable that the archbishop was her illegitimate child by the elder 
Sir Humphrey. In that case a papal .dispensation propter defectum natus 
would be required before he could be ordained priest. At present search 
in the Vatican records has only revealed at the requisite period a papal 
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dispensation dated 17 March 1403, which entitled John Stafford, clerk of 
the diocese of Lincoln, who was then in or about his fourteenth year, to hold 
a benefice {Lateran Register, cviii. f. 79 b). Whether the John Stafford 
mentioned in this dispensation was the future archbishop is uncertain. If 
so he was bom about 1389. In 1408 his father, Sir Humphrey, presented 
him to the living of Farnborough, Somerset, a fact which might suggest 
an earlier date of birth. 

469 i 27 Stalham, John : after Oxford, insert It seems more likely that he was the John 

Stalham who was matriculated as a sizar of Christ's College, Cambridge, in 
April 1617, graduating B.A. in 1620-1, M.A. 1624, and whose son John, admitted 
to the same college in 1667-8, was bom at Terling, where the puritan divine was 
beneficed. 

470 i 2/.e. Stanbridge, John : after Stanbridge, i7isert who was B.A. 1511 and M.A. 

1518 
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STANHOPE STOVIN 

ls.B.—f.e. stands tor from end and l.l. for last line 

Stanhope, Sir Edward : for Wharffe read Wharfe 

Stanhope, John, 1st Baron Stanhope : for Nottingham read Northampton 
Stanhope, Philip D., 4th Earl of Chesterfield : for Life,' by read Life ' (1750), at 
one time attributed to 

after [q. v.], insert but in large part written by Chesterfield, 
Stanhope, Philip H., 5th Earl Stanhope: for After Talfourd's death read After 

Talfourd lost his seat in 1841 
Stanley, Edward G. G. S., 14th Earl of Derhy : for 1820 read 1822 

07nit a tory, 

after peer insert Earl Grosvenor 
Stanley, Edward H., 15th Earl of Derhy : for 1885 read 1853 
Stanley, Edward J., 2nd Baron Stanley of Alderley: omit for the colonies 

1833-4, and 
Stanley, Henry, 4th Earl of Derhy : for Brandon read Suffolk 
Stanley, Thomas (1625-1678) : for was incorporated in the same degree at read is 
said to have joined the university of 

for Enyon read Engan 
Stanyan, Ahraham : o7nit (the original edition 

after 8vo, insert (' a large paper copy ' 

for rare ; it read rare). The original edition 

Stapleton, Miles de {d. 1314) : for Brustwick read. Burstwick 

Stapley, Anthony : after Anthony insert who about 1640 gave lOi!. to the new 

building at Christ's College, Cambridge, and was probably educated there, 
Stark, Adam : after Gent. Mag. insert 1816, ii. 542, 1823, ii. 613, 
Stark, "William : /or of Irish parentage .... Scotland. rea/Z eldest sou of Thomas 
Stark, a merchant of Manchester. 
after University insert where he graduated M.A. in 1758 (Addison's 
Gi-aduates of Glasgow University, 1898) 
Starkey, George : after Starkey insert or Stirk and for {d. 1666) read {d. 1665) 
for may be identical .... Leicester — read born in the Bermudas, was sou 
of George Stirk {d. 1636-7), a minister of Scottish nationality in those 
islands, and author of ' Musae Somorenses ' (London, 1635, 8vo), of which 
there is a copy in the Bodleian Library 'cf. Lkfroy, Memorials of the 
Bermudas, 1877, vol. i.) In early life the son occasionally designated 
himself Storkey, but in his printed works his name appears as either 
Starkey or Starkeius. He graduated M.A. at Harvard College, and, while 
practising as a doctor in America, 
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11 for In 1640 Starkey returned read Between 1646 and 1650 Starkey pro- 

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27 after zeal insert (Allin's ' Notices of the Last Great Plague, 1665-6,' in 

ArchcBologia, 1857, vol. xxxvii. p. 10 ; but see, for another version of his 
fate, Sibley, Biog. Sketches of Graduates of Harvard Univ., 1873, vol. i. 
p. 184) 
112 i 4 Statham, Nicholas : for (fl. 1467) read [d. 1472) 

12 after no mention insert in records of judicial appointments 

16 after the office, insert He was member for Old Sarum in the parliament of 

June 1467. His will, dated 15 July 1472, was proved on 5 August follow- 
ing (cf. Skottowe, Short History of Parliament, p. 14). 

123 11 17 I steijtuigr^ Henry (1687-1763j : for Malton read Walton 

20 for [d. 1821) read [d. 1721) 

138 ii 22 Steele, William: for was admitted to read joined Caius College, Cambridge, 
in 1627, and was scholar there 1629-81. He entered 

143 i 3 Steevens, Charles : for {d. 1761) read (1705-1761) 

4 after rear-admiral, insert born at West Hanningfield, Essex, on 7 Feb. 1705, 

was fifth son of John Steevens, a captain in the army, and brother of 
George Steevens, father of the Shakespearean commentator. He 
ii 7 f.e. for A brother George read The George Stevens 

6-4 fm- was probably the Mr. Stevens .... p. 242) read who is 

f.e. 

3 f.e. after his pay insert was probably the admiral's nephew, the Shakespearean 

commentator 

144 i 5 Steevens, George : for son read child 

6 after Mary insert (Ferryman) 

145 ii 13 after Oliver Goldsmith, insert Johnson left him his watch by will. 

146 i 26-27 for Beauclerk Topham read Topham Beau clerk 
ii 11 f.e. for Mirror' read Review ' (1763, i. 61-6) 

7 f.e. for Birkenhout's read Berkenhout's 

148 i 80 for housekeeper read cousin and housekeeper 

82 for his sister read his ' dearest cousin,' Mrs. Collinson's sister 

38 for Her brother's books read Steevens's books 

ii 22 after vol. vii. insert A miniature belongs to Mrs. Inglis, Mrs. Collinson's 

great - granddaughter . 
188 i 1 Stephenson, James : for Morton read Martin 

201 i 20 /.e. Sterne, Laurence : for Ritson read Riston 

202 i 12 /,c. for Mas. read Charters 
205 ii 27 for Totteston read ToUerton 

222 1 18 f.e. Sterne, Bichard: for Bishopsthorpe read Bishopthorpe 

ii 5 after Place, insert There is a portrait of the archbishop in the hall of Jesus 

College, Cambridge. 
283 ii 28-24 Stevens, William : for It continued many years after Stevens's death read It still 

flourishes 
241 i 2C Stevenson, Joseph : after Durham, insert Reentered the university there, became 
a licentiate in theology in 1841, 
Stevenson, Robert L. : for James Balfour read Lewis Balfour 

for 4 Dec. read 8 Dec. 
Stewart, Alexander, Earl of Mar : for duke of Burgundy, read count of Holland 

and Hainault, 
Stewart, Alexander, 4th Earl of Moray : fm- fourth Earl read fifth Eabl 
for third read fourth 
14 f.e. Stewart, James (d. 1309) : fo-r Melton read Malton 

Stewart, Lord James, Earl of Mar and Moray : fur 1556 read 1566-7 

for June read Jan. 
Stewart, James, Earl of Moray (d. 1592) : for Earl op Moray of a new line read 
H«cf>nti Kahi- ok Mohay 

886 Stewart, Matthew, 4th or 12th Earl of Lennox : after Lennox ; imert Yorks. 

Arch. Jourii. x. 63-82, 407, 422 ; 
u 88 Stewart, Matthew (1717-1785): be/ore On 21 June insert In 1756 Stewart was 
created l).D. of (llasRow University. 

887 ii 29 Stewart, Mardac, 2nd Duke of Albany : for Fife read Fife and Menteith 

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38 for the former was a fellow read the former was an undergraduate of 

Christ's College, whence he matriculated in 1566 
372 i 8 f.e. after the first edition, insert There seems no doubt that the author of the 

play was William Stevenson, born at Hunwick, in Durham, who matricu- 
lated as a sizar at Christ's College, Cambridge, in Nov. 1546 (B.A. 
1549-50, M.A. 1553, and B.D. 1560); was fellow of the college 1551-4 and 
1559-61 ; was ordained deacon in London in 1552 ; became prebendary of 
Durham 1560-1, and died in the course of 1575. In 1559-60, according to 
the books of Christ's College, five shillings was ' spent at Mr. Stevenson's 
plaie,' which may be safely identified with ' Gammer Gurton's Needle ' 
(see art. by Mr. Henry Bradley in Gayley's Bepresentative English 
Comedies^ i. 197 sq.) 
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Stow, John : for 506 read 516 

for 1876 read 1842 
Strachan, Archibald : for {d. 1651 ?) read {d. 1652) 

after ii. 86). insert He died in November 1652. 
Strachan, John (1778-1867) : for Govenor read Governor 
Strange, Sir John : for ' Gausidecade read ' Causidicade 
Strange, John (1732-1799) : for Spalatro read Spalato 
Stratford, Nicholas : for Raine's read Raines's 
Strickland, Hugh E. : for Eustasius read Eustatius 
Strickland, William : for He was undoubtedly read He may have been 
Strother, Edward: for born in Northumberland, read born in 1675 at Alnwick, in 
Northumberland 

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before On 8 May insert He was admitted a pensioner of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, 24 Aug. 1695, aged 20, but did not graduate. 
Strutt, Edward, 1st Baron Belper : for 26 Aug. read 29 Aug. 
Strntt, Joseph : for Robert Younge of Halstead, read, John Ingold, miller, of 
Woodham Walter, near Maldon, Essex, 

for Newcastle read Northumberland 
Stuart, Lord Bernard, titular Earl of Lichfield: for 1646) read 1645) 
Stuart, Charles, 6th Duke of Lennox : for (1640 read (1639 and for 7 March read 
6 March 

for 1639-40 read 1688-9 (Sloane MS. 1708, f. 121) 
Stuart, Sir Charles (1753-1801) : after American war. insert In 1780 he was 

returned to parliament for Bossiney, Cornwall. 
Stuart, Frances T., Duchess of Kichmond and Lennox : for (1648 read (1647 

for in 1648 read on 8 July 1647 [Sloane MS. 1708, f. 121) 

after in wax insert modelled by Antoine Benoist 
Stuart, Henry W. V. : for 1849 read 1850 
Stuart, James (d. 1793) : for 1868 read 1869 
Stuart, Sir James : omit Lower 

Stuart, Sir John (1759-1815) : for Philipstadt read Philipsthal 
Stubbs, John : for Britannije read Britannicte 
Sullivan, Barry : for (1820 ? read (1821 

for is said to have been read was 

for in Birmingham read at Howard's Place, Birmingham 

for the anniversary .... 23 April 1824 read on 5 July 1821 

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Sumner, Charles E. : for Dawson read John Dawson 

Sumner, John B. : for the university of Durham ; read University Collei,'e. 

Durham ; 
Sutton, Sir Charles : for Thornton read Thoroton 
Sutton, Sir Richard {d. 1524) : for His portrait read The portrait 
Sutton, Thomas (1532-1611) : for St. Swithin read St. Swithun 

for Suaith read Knaith 
Swain, Charles : for Tavar6 read Tavarez 
Swinburne, Henry (1560 ?-1623) : after 1500-1714 ; insert Yorkshire Archseolog. 

Journal, i. 202, vii. 54 ; 
Sydenham, Thomas : for 8 March 1626, r.ead 26 Feb. 1626-7, 
Sylvester, Josuah : for Fi-ascatorius read Fracastorius 
Symonds, John : for 1728-9 read 1729-30 
Symonds, Richard (1607-1692) : for Ellington read Ettington 
Tait, William : for 1846 read 1864 
Talboys, Sir William : for Guy read Grey 
Tallis. Thomas : for Willersley read Willersey 
Tancred, Christopher: for Hargreave's read Hargrove'b 
Tarlton, Richard: after impro\'isation insert Roger Williams, in the address to 

the reader prefixed to his ' Discourse of War ' (1590), wrote of Tarlton that he 

' would counterfeite many artes, but he was no bodie out of his mirth.' 
Tarver, John C. : for in 1818 read about 1822 
Tassie, James : for 1777 read 1772 

Tatham, John : after requests insert to Queen Henrietta Maria 
Taunton, John : for Gloucestershire read Worcestershire 
Taylor, Edward : omit as an ironmonger 
Taylor, Sir Henry : for 1876 read 1870 
Taylor, Jeremy : for Seyes Court read Sayes Court 

for repeated read repealed 
Taylor, John (1694-1761) : for Manchester New College read Manchester College 
Taylor, John (1703-1772) : after Extraordinary insert History 
Taylor, John (1781-1864) : for Parker read Parkes 
14-15 Taylor, Simon : omit The date of his death is uncertain. 
23-25 Taylor, Thomas (1576-1633) : for Cambridge, .... B.D. 1628, read Cambridgo, 

where he matriculated from Christ's College, graduating B.A. in 1594-5 and M.A 

in 1598. He was fellow of liis college (1599-1604) and Weutworth Hebrew 

lecturer (1601-4), proceeded D.D. 1628, 
473 ii 12 Taylor, Tom : after Clothing ' insert (10 Feb. 1857) 
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List of Writers : insert W. A. J. A. . . . W. A. J. Archbold 

Tegg, William : before son of insert publisher and bookseller, 

Temple, Henry J., 3rd Viscount Palmerston : for Albert's brother Ernest, duke 

of Saxe-Coburg, read Albert's first cousin. Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg 
Temple, Sir John : for in Yorkshire read Pickering, Yorkshire 
Temple, Sir Eichard, Viscount Cobham : after of foot, insert On 31 Oct. 1694, at 
the age, according to the college register, of 18, he was admitted fellow -commoner 
of Christ's College, Cambridge. He took no degree. 

after 1729. insert Eichard Glover dedicated to him his ' Leonidas.' 
Temple, Sir William (1628-1699) : for 1665-5 read 1665-6 

Tennant, Sir James (1789-1854) : for Charles Pattenson of the Bengal civil 
service read William Dalrymple [q. v.] 
after March 1854. insert He married a daughter of Charles Pattenson of the 
Bengal Civil Service. 
Tennant, James (1808-1881) : for Chawncey read Chauncy 
Tennant, Smithson ; omit in Wensleydale 

Tennyson, Alfred, 1st Baron Tennyson : for youngest son read eldest surviving 
son 
for 11 Aug. read 11 Aug. 1852 
for In November read On 14 Sept. 
after funeral insert (18 Nov.) 

for for Trinity College read given by the artist to Trinity College 
26-27 Teonge, Henry : for belonged to a family settled at Spernall in Warwickshire 
read a native of Wolverton, Warwickshire, was a son of George Teonge, was 
educated at Warwick, became sizar of Christ's College, Cambridge, 28 June 
1689, aged (according to the college register) sixteen, and graduated B.A. 
1642-3. He appears to have been appointed to Sleaford 13 Nov. 1648, 

for Narborough read Narbrough 

Terill, Anthony : for a further account of the subject of this article see Bonville, 

Anthony. 
Terne, Christopher : for spent read spelt 

for (Nos. 1917 and 1921) read (Nos. 1917-1921) 
Thackeray, William M. : for Bowood read Longwood 

for 1892 read 11 Jan. 1894 

for 1854 read December 1854 

for Ballantyne's read Ballantine's 
Thelwall, Eubule : for Eubulb read Sir Eubule 
Theyer, John : omit where they are now . . . 'et seq. 

Thicknesse, George : for but has since been removed read but the inscription is 
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12 for 1880. read 1878). 

142 i hf.e. Thistlewood, Arthur: for Gantby read Gautby 
180 i 52-58 Thomas, Francis S. : for Kingston read Kington 

184 ii 36 Thomas, John (1712-1798) : for established read bestowed 
37 for from read on 

18 f.e. for is in read was formerly in 

193 i 8/.e. Thomas, Vaughan : for Gloucestershire rt-ad Oxfordshire 
208 ii 26 Thompson, Benjamin (1776 ?-l816) : /o/- Blades reati Blaydes 
223 i 16 /.e. Thompson, Sir Thomas B. : for son of Cap- read son of Mr. Boulden by his wife, 
Sarah, sister of Cap- 
15-14 for R.N., by Sarah Boulden read [q. v.] 

f.e. 

^"^ * 21 /e! \ Thompson, Thomas P. : for Brooks read Briggs 
ii 16 f.e. for Rasal read Ras al 

11 f.e. for at Soor read near Soor 

226 ii 1 for J. P. Thompson read T. P. Thompson 

2 fur Colonel read his son, General 

228 i 28 Thompson, William (1811-1889) : for 1889) read 1880) 
245 ii 13 /.e. Thomson, Henry W. : for Ghita read Gita 
249 ii 40 Thomson, James (1700-1748) -. for 1781,' read 1751,' 
268 i 17 Thomson, Joseph : for 1888 read 1882 

279 i 18 /.e. \ 

10-9 \ Thomson, William (1819-1890) : for Bishopsthorpe read Bishopthorpe 
f.e. i 

280 11 21 f.e. Thoresby, John : for Hovington read Honington 

284 i 13 Thoresby, Ralph : for Johnson read Johnston 

ii 50-51 Thorius, Raphael : for Frascatorius read Fracastorius 

285 ii 21 Thorn, Sir Nathaniel : for Bishop's Hall read Bishop's-Hull 
290 ii 21 Thomdike, Herbert : for Kennet read Kenxett 

299 i 6 f.e. Thornton, Sir Edward : for 1818 read 1813 

800 i 29-38 Thornton, Edward P. : omit In 1883 he published .... (London, 8vo). 
85-56 o7nit and in 1840 .... Wollaston, appearing in 1886. 

ii 5 after two daughters, insert Several works, commonly attributed to Thornton, 

are by others of the same name. A Captain Thornton, R.N., was author 
of 'A Summary of the History of the East India Company' (London, 
1888, 8vo). Edward Thornton (1799-1875), probably a cousin of Edward 
Parry Thornton, who was in the East India House from 1814 to 1857, and 
was head of the maritime department from 1847, wrote : 1. ' India : its 
State and Prospects,' London, 1885, 8vo; 2. 'Chapters of the Modern 
History of British India,' London, 1840, 8vo ; 8. * History of the British 
Empire in India,' London, 1841-5, 6 vols. 8vo (second edition, 1 vol., 
1858) ; 4. ' Gazetteer of tlie Countries adjacent to India on the North- 
West,' London, 1844, 2 vols. 8vo ; 5. ' Gazetteer of the Territories under 
the Government of the East India Company,' London, 1854, 4 vols. 8vo 
(other editions followed, the last, revised by Sir Roper Lethbridge and ]Mr. 
Arthur Naylor Wollaston, appearing in 1886). 
Thornton, Henry: omit as his second wife 

Thornton, Robert J. : for little woodcuts, read little woodcuts ; reissued in 1824 
with additional woodcuts by Blake of fine quality. 
for second wife read wife 
Thorold, Anthony W. : for 1874 read 1877 

Thoroton, Robert : for Thoroton combined read Thoroton was huvn and educated. 
On 80 June 1689, when aged 16, he was admitted sizar of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, where he graduated B.A. 1642-8 and M.A. 1646. In the last year 
he received from the university a licence to practise medicine. Thoroton 
combined 
bl4 II 8« Thorpe, Charles : /o/' Thorpe /m^Z Thorp 

le/.r-. for jit PeUjfhouse read at Durham School and at Peterhouse 

n f.ti, after 1758 innert as senior wrangler 

815 i 44 after popularity, imert A portrait by J. R, Swinton wa** engraved by O. U. 

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Throckmorton, Francis : after Sir John Throckmorton insert {d. 1580) 

omit [q. v.] 
Thrupp, Joseph F. : for Daniel read David 
Thnrtell, John : for James Phillips read Charles Phillips 

after Abernethy insert and his skull is preserved at the Royal College of 
Surgeons 

after xliii. 306). insert A published play, ' The Hertfordshire Tragedy, or the 
Victims of Gaming,' by H. M. Milner, was produced at the Royal Coburg 
Theatre, 12 Jan. 1824. 
Thweng, Kobert de : for the North Riding read East and North Ridings 
Thynne, Thomas : /or Balanquil 7'ead Balcanquhall 

for Kennet's read. Kennett's 
Thynne, Sir Thomas, Ist Viscount Weymouth: for Deverill Longbridge read 

Longbridge Deverill 
Tidey, Henry : for Bedford read Bedford Square 
Tilloch, Alexander : for Tilloch read Tulloch 

for tobacconist read tobacco merchant 

after 1759 insert (Soon after 1787 he changed his name to Tilloch) 

after wife insert Elizabeth Simpson 

after daughter iyisert Elizabeth 
Timberlake, Henry : for 1601 read 1601-2 
Tiptoft, Robert de : for Robert read John 
Tisdal, Philip : for (1707 read (1703 

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Tomkins, Thomas [d. 1656) : for Hassingtree read Hussingtree 
Tomkins, Thomas (1637 ?-1675) : for 37 read 86 

for Marton read Martin Hussingtree 
Tomline, Sir George P. : for {Genealogist read {Herald and Genealogist 
Tomlins, Sir Thomas E. : for Shropshire read Herefordshire 
Tooke, John Home : for 1772 read 1792 
Topham, John : for Mapleton read Mappleton 

Topsail, Edward : for although he designated .... Cambridge University, read 
matriculated as a sizar from Christ's College, Cambridge, in December 1587^ 
and graduated B.A. probably 1591-2, and subsequently M.A. (cf. Willet, 
Harmony to 1 Samuel) 
60 i 5 after patronage, insert He held the living of Datchworth, Hertfordshire, 

1598-1601. 
20 after the period, insert From 5 Aug. 1602 until 1608 he was beneficed at 

Syresham, Northamptonshire. 
62 i 20 f.e. Torr, William : for Warlaby read Worlaby 

71 i 18-16 Torshell, Samuel : /or Cole conjectures .... 5882, f. 62). rear? He matriculated 
f.e. from Clirist's College, Cambridge, in 1620-1, graduating B.A. in 1624-5 and 

M.A. in 1628. 
15 f.e, for in London, read in London. He was curate of St. Bartholomew by the 

Exchange in February 1628-9 (Hennessy, p. 280) 
v»3 ii 24 Towerson, Gabriel (1635 ?-1697) : for 1678, &c. read 1676, fol. 
105 i 7 Townsend, George H. : for Henry read Herbert 

8 for nephew read grandson of John Townsend [q. v.], and first cousin once 

removed 
117 i ;i Townshend, Charles, 2nd Viscount Townshend: for Price, read Price. The 
statesman's two daughters by his second wife were 
ii 7 for new ser. read 2nd ser. 

8 for 372 read 373 

128 i 15 /.f.) Townshend, Sir Horatio, 1st Viscount Townshend: for Kennet read 

Hf.e. i Kennett 
132 ii 19 Townshend, Thomas, 1st Viscount Sydney : for 13 June read 30 June 
138 ii 20 /.r. Townson, Thomas : for BHthefield read Blitlifield 
142 i 25 Tracy, Bobert : for eldest son read fifth son 

27 after coole, insert and was his eldest son 

life. /or 14 Sept. reai 24 Sept. 

15 f.e, after vi. 633). insert Ke was one of the judges who gave an opinion on 

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Travers, Walter : for lay, however, with Wliitgiffc, who read lay with the crown. 

Archbishop Whitgift 
Trelawny, Charles : after November insert 1688 
Trelawny, Sir Jonathan : omit with the rest 

Tremellius, John I. : for Cains College read Corpus Christi College 
Trench, Power le P. : for French read Ti-ench 
Trench, Richard C. : for He committed suicide read He died 
Trench, Richard le P., 2nd Earl of Clancarty : /or English peerage rea(7 peerage 

of the United Kingdom 
Tresilian, Sir Robert : for Call, read Cal. 

after month, insert a famous pirate merchant {d. 1408), 
Trevelyan, Sir Walter C. : for Loft read Loflft 
Trevor, Richard : for Bishop's Auckland read Bishop Auckland 
Trimnell, Charles: for (1680? ?ea^(1680 
288 ii life. TroUope, Anthony: after elder brother, insert He was elected a scholar of 
Winchester in 1826. 
12 /.e. for placed his son at Harrow school read removed his son next year to 

Harrow school 
245 ii 20 Trollope, Frances : for 1855 read 1848 

25 for her house read her son's house 

249 i 80 TroUope, Thomas A. : after Anthony insert in the year 1826 

for Alban HaU read St. Alban Hall 

for 1886, when he paid read 1886. While at home on one occasion he paid 
for his wife read ' George Eliot ' 
for Some four years later read In 1890 

for the heroine of Webster's famous play read the widow of the Imperialist 
general Pescara 
Tnke, William : for Yorkshire read York 
Tunstall, Cuthbert : for Tyndall's read Tyndale's 

Tamer, Robert {d. 1599): for He received his education .... but left the 
university read He spent some time both at Exeter College, Oxford, and at 
Christ's College, Cambridge, whence he matriculated in 1567, but he left each 
university 
854 i 7-8 Turner, Robert {fl. 1654-1665) : for and educated at Cambridge University, read 
near Saffron Walden, and matriculated from Christ's College, Cambridge, in 1686, 
graduating B.A. in 1689-40. 
1-C,f.€. Turner, Samuel (d. 1647?): for According to Wood .... foreign university, r^ad 
He graduated M.D. at the university of Padua in 1611 {Sloanf: MS. 1729). 
Turner, William (1658-1701) : for 1600 read 1080 
Turner, William (1714-1794) : for Lyne read Lyme 
Tumour, George : for Candragupta read Chandragupta 
Tweddell, Ralph H. : for Hawthorne read Hawthorn 
Twiss, Horace : omit editor of the ' Times,' 

f<jr who succeeded Bacon read editor of the * Times' 
Twiss, Sir Travers : omit 1. 
Twisse, William : omit (ib.) 
Twysden, Sir Roger: for in 1828 read about 1815 
Tyerman, Daniel : for Asmotherly read Osmotherly 
Tyndale, William: for On 18 April read So late as 13 April 
f(jr September reaxl September 1685 
for burial read trial 
for 6 Aug. read 6 Oct. 
for Europe r»'ad England 
Tyrrell, Sir John : umit or Alice 

Tyrrell, Sir Thomas : for HauBlape read Hanslope 

Tyrwhitt, Sir Robert : />>/• 15 Oct. read 25 Oct. 
Tyiilio : omit brut 





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UBALDINI WAKEFIELD 

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4 ii 6 XJdall, John : for was presented to the living read became curate (under the 

absentee vicar, Stephen Chatfield) 
6 ii 13 for also attributed read erroneously attributed [see Watson, Wil<liam, 

1559 ?-1603] 
Udall, Nicholas : for first edition read third edition 

for 1550-1 read 1553 
XThtred (1815 ?-1396) : for Rome read Bruges 
Ullerston, Richard: for [fi. 1415) read (d. 1423) 

for He took the degree . . . Oxford, read He was fellow of Queen's College, 
Oxford, from 1391 to 1403, junior bursar 1391-2, and senior bursar 1396-7^ 
graduating D.D. in 1394. On 25 March 1403 he became prebendary of 
Axford in Salisbury Cathedral. 
for Beford read Beeford 

for Anthony a Wood . . . cxxxiv. 321). 7-ead By his will, dated 15 Aug, and 
proved 12 Sept. 1423, he desired to be buried on the south side of the choir 
of Salisbury Cathedral. 
23 ii 1 Umfraville, Gilbert de, Earl of Angus : for Yorkshire, Lincolnshire read Yorkshire 
and Lincolnshire 
Umfraville, Gilbert de : for 1535 read 1435 
Unton, Sir Henry : for 1563 read 1563-4 

for (Addit. MS. read (Sloane MS. 
XTnwin, Mary : for Sussex read Essex 
Upton, James : after 1761 insert and 1815 

Urquhart, Sir Thomas : for Worcester .... 1651 his read Worcester (3 Sept. 
1651). His 
for relaxed 7-ead immediately relaxed 
for in that year read following 
for as truly 7'ead are truly 
for second read * second ' 
Urry, Sir John {d. 1650) : for returned 7-ead joined 

Uvedale, John : for Swinhey and Nmakelyng 7'ead Swine and Nunkeeling 
Uvedale, Sir William : for Richard III read Edward V 
Vanbrugh, Sir John : for 1696-7 read 1695-6 
for 1697 read 1696 
for Henders- 7-ead Hinders - 
for kelfe read keif 
Vanderbank, Peter : for Brown 7-ead Abraham Browne 

Van Dyck, Sir Anthony : for the Duke! of Wharton read Philip, fourth Baron 
Wharton [q. v.] 

112 ii 25 Vane, Frances A., Viscountess Vane : for Shipboume read Shipbome 

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126 ii 21f.e. Vane, Sir Henry, the younger : for 1669) read 1660) 
lOf.e. for 1661 read 1660 

180 ii 14 f.e. Vane, William H., Ist Duke of Cleveland : for whose widow read who married 

12f.e. for married secondly read widow of 

11 /.•'. omit was 

10/.''. 'iff''*" Rosebery. insert She died on 18 May 1901. 

138 ii 10/.' . Van Mildert, William : omit with it 
134 ii 14-17 omit and a replica ... of the college 

11 f.e. Vannes, Peter : for {d. 1562) read {d. 1568) 

137 ii 16-12 Vansittart, Henry (1782-1770) : for His youth was dissolute, and . . . . ' Hell-fire 

f.e. Club.' read He was an unruly youth. 

a f.e. after writer, insert In the winter of 1746-7 he took part in the defence of the 

place, when the French made an abortive attack on it. 

138 i 5 after riotous living insert With his elder brothers, Arthur and Robert, he 

joined the graceless Society of the Franciscans of Medraenham. 
189 i 40 for Mir Jafar read Mir Kasim 

ii 88 for Amelia read Emilia 

38 for Ann read Emilia 

140 i 16 f.e. after 367 iiisert See also Gent. Mag. 1767, pp. 79, 80, 84 ; P. Auber's Rise and 

Progress of the British Power in India, 1837, and J. Talboys Wheeler's 
Early Records of British India, chap. ix. 
ii 5 f.e. Vansittart, Nicholas, Ist Baron Bezley : for Amelia read Emilia 

141 i 12 after 1812. insert Vansittart hsid joined as comet in 1797 the City of London 

and Westminster Light Horse Volunteers, a fashionable regiment in which 
he was promoted lieutenant in 1798 and captain in 1799. 

144 i 6 f.e. for LiOTenim read Zomlin 

146 i 20 f.e. Van Straubenzee, Sir Charles T. : for Busby read Buskby 

150 i l.l. Varley, John : /'J/- Nottinghamshire rearZ Lincolnshire 

172 i 3 Vaughan, Richard, 2nd Earl of Carbery: /or both honours were ?fa^ the honour 
was 

181 ii IS f.e. Vaughan, Thomas : for {Addit. MS. read {Sloane MS. 

195 i 5 Vaux, Thomas, 2nd Baron Vaux : after apparently insert in the neighbourhood 

of his seat, Harrowden 

196 i 28 for Gatehouse at Westminster read Fleet prison 
ii 4 for 1662) read 1661) 

6-7 for Elizabeth read Eleanor 

34 for a daughter of William read a daughter of George, son of William 

40 for another daughter read another daughter of George, son 

208 i 7/.e. Venn, Henry (1796-1873) : for 1827 read 1826 

ii 1 for till 1848 read twelve years 

210 ii 27-28 Venn, Bichard : omit usually known as the Bangorian controversy, 
214 ii 1 Vennor, Henry G. : for and afterwards studied read studying 

2 for took read taking 

^^^ ' 29} ^^"^O'^' Theobald de : for Theodore read Theobald 

238 i 16 Vere, Sir Horace, Baron Vere : for 1624) read 1626) 

250 ii 19/.«. Vergil, Polydore : for 1498 read 1508 

268 ii 88 after Srd ser. insert i. 65, 

269 i 24-25 Vermuyden, Sir Cornelius : for Stonhouse's Hist, of Asholme read Stonehouse's 

Hist, of Axholme 
262 ii 16/,e. Verney, Sir Francis: omit Richard 
265 ii 85 Verney, Ralph, 2nd Earl Verney : for Ralph succeeded read Ralph, who was 

admitted fellow-commoner of Christ's College, Cambridge, 20 April 1788, and 

graduated M.A. in 1785, succeeded 
277 i 4-5 Vernon, James : for Staffordshire read Worcestershire 
291 ii 14 Vesey, John : after inscription insert adapted from Horace {Odes, ii. 14) 
819 ii 87 Villiers, Charles P. : for did not read tlie committee did not 
838 ii 40 Villiers, George, Ist Duke of Buckingham : for 1617 read 1619 
883 i 80 for daughter read siBter 

869 ii 2 f.e. Vincent, John P. : after Donnington. insert Richard Bndd Vincent [q. v.] was liis 

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Vincent, Nathaniel : for University read College 

Vincent, Eichard B. : for was a banker, read Osman Vincent was a banker. John 
Painter Vincent [q. v.] was his brother. 

Vines, Kichard (1600 ?-1656) : for St. Clement Dane's read St. Clement 
[ Danes 

Vizetelly, Henry : for Vizetelli read Vizzetelli 
for Boyne read Bogue 

after ' Glances Back.' insert He was twice married, and left issue by both 
marriages. 
Vokes, Frederick M. : for 10 March read 10 March 1876 
Vossius, Isaac : omit the younger 

Waad, Sir William: for a mistake), read a mistake for 1580, in which year he 
received instructions in the capacity of ambassador to Portugal (Sloane 
MS. 1442, f. 114) 
for misread read read 

for the earliest instance, by more than iif ty years, read a comparatively early 
instance 
Waddell, Peter H. : omit M.A. (1877) . . . Glasgow University, and 
Wade, George : for now known as the 33rd foot, read afterwai-da known succes- 
sively as the 33rd foot and the Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regiment, 
Wade, Sir Thomas F. : for Lord Loch read Henry, afterwards Lord Loch 
Waghorn, Thomas : for Jan. read June 

Wakef.eld, Robert : after ' Catalogue.' insert Wakefield's transcript made in 1502 
is in Sloane MS. 2232 (cf. Ward's Cat. Romances, i. 919). 



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WAKEMAN WATKINS 

N.B.— />. stands tor from end and LI. for last line 

Wakeman, Sir George : /or was educated abroad read studied at St. Omer 1647 
and Pavia, and 
for (1681) read (1681, and in Harleian Misc. 1810, vol. vi.) 
Waldegrave, James, 2nd Earl Waldegrave : for Brampton read Bromptou 
Waldegrave, Robert : for Blacklay read Blockley 

for Revelations read Bevelation 
Walker, Sir Edward : for Walker died read Walker purchased on 18 May 1675 
New Place, Shakespeare's house at Stratford-on-Avon, after the death of 
Lady Barnard, Shakespeare's granddaughter and last surviving descendant. 
He died there 
34 after p. 159). insert A portrait of Sir Edward by Robert Walker [q. v.] 

remains at Clopton House. 
Walker, George A. : for 1853 read 1837 
Walker, James (1770 ?-1841) : for deacon read priest 
for 1729 rmcZ 1829 
17-18 Walker, John (1731-1803) : for Glencross read Glencorse 
17 f.e. Walker, Joseph C. : for (1762 ?- read (1761- 
for in or about 1762 read in 1761 
Wall, Martin : for M.D. on 9 June 1773, read M.B. 1773, and M.D. 1777, 
Wall, Richard: for and belonged . . . that family read at Coolnamuck, co. 

Waterford, where a branch of that family was settled 
Wallace, James {d. 1688): omit He was 'deprived by the council' ... the 

revolution of 1688-9. 
Wallace, William V. : for (1814 read (1813 
Waller, Edmund : for first read second 
for Carey read Gary 
for Sandford's read Sanford's 
Waller, John F. : for Bishop's Stortford read Bishop Stortford 
Wallingford, William : for our read one 

for abbey read town 
Wallis, John (1616-1703) : for 1653 read 1654 
Wallis, John (1714-1793) : for Simondburn read Simonburn 
Wallop, Sir Henry : for in October read on 30 Sept. 1579 
for 21 June read 20 June 
for 10 March read 16 March 
for 1585 read 1586 
for 2 July read 22 Aug. 
for Enniscelly read Enniscorthy 

for George Carew . . . Totnes) i[q. v.] read George Carey, kt. (lord justice 
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Wallop, Sir John : for 1540-1 read 1539-40 

Walmesley, Sir Thomas : for Showley-in-Clayton and Cunliffe-in-Rishton, read 
Showley, in the township of Clayton, and Cnnliffe, in the township of 
Rishton, 
for the manor of Dunkenhalgh read at Dunkenhalgh 
omit first 

for and secondly with . . . baron Stourton read her first husband 
oynit doubly 
for day. read day ; by her second husband, Charles, fifteenth baron Stourton, 

she had no issue. 
after xxviii ; insert Whitaker's History of Whalley ; Abram's History of 
Blackburn ; 
Walmisley, Thomas A. : for ' Portfolio ' read ' Cambridge Portfolio ' 

for edited read adapted 
Walpole, Edward : for embraced read showed sympathy for 
for Jessop's read Jessopp's 
24-25 "Walpole, Ralph de : for coronation read consecration 

Walpole, Sir Robert, Ist Earl of Orford : for Strafford read Stafford 

for (Mary) read (Catherine) 
Walsh, Antoine V. : for 1759 ?) read 1763) and for bom at St. Malo in 1703, read 
baptised at St. Malo on 22 Jan. 1702-3, 
for shipowner read wealthy Waterford merchant 
for Mary O'Shiel read Mary, daughter of Luke O'Shiel 
for 1755 read 1753 

for and he died . . . about 1759. read Subsequently he went to San Domingo, 
where he died at Cap Fran9ais on 2 March 1763 ; his will, dated 11 Nov. 
1758, was proved at Chatelet, Paris, on 13 Sept. 1763. 
39-40 for Paulin,who died . . . issue, read (1745-1798), who was in 1772 appointed 

chamberlain to Maria Theresa, 
Walsh, John (1725 ?-l 795): oryiit Walsh was returned . . . until 1780. 
Walsh, John E. : for following read same 
Walsh, Peter : for Dean read Dease 
for In March read On 24 Feb. 
for Caron read Coppinger 
Walsh, Robert : omit but though his title pages . . . cannot be traced 

for he accepted read during which . year he received the diploma of M.D. 
from the Royal College, Aberdeen, as well as the degree of LL.D. from 
Trinity College, Dublin, Walsh accepted 
Walsh, William (1512?-1577) : for no doubt read perhaps 

for convent read abbey 
Walsingham, Sir Edmund : for Somerby read Somerley 
Walsingham, Edward: for {fl. 1643-1659) read {d. 1668^. 

for The last reference to Walsingham .... died abroad, read Walsingham 
was already acting as secretary to Walter Montagu, then abbot of St. 
Martin's, near Pontoise, and filled that post until his death. He interested 
himself in the settlement at Pontoise of the English Benedictine Dames 
in July 1659, and next year being ordained priest and named cure of 
Aronville, near Pontoise, became spiritual director of the nunnery, for 
which he wrote a manuscript manual of prayer called * The Evangelique 
Pearle ' (now preserved at the convent at Newhall, Essex). Accompany- 
ing his chief. Abbot Walter Montagu, to England in the autumn of 1663, 
he died there suddenly on 9 Oct. of that year (cf. Foley's Becorde of 
Society of Jesus, vol. ii. ser. iii. pt. ii. 888). 

240 ii 2-8 Walsingham, Sir Francis (1580 ?-1590) : omit in other manuscript collections 

than those named 

241 ii 9-18 Walsingham, Francis (1577-1647) : for He left in manuscript .... nunnory at 

Ponioisrt read A manuscript manual of prayer, * The Evangelique Pearle' (now 
preticrved at the convent at Newhall, Essex), which was written for the use of the 
Engliuh nunnery (the Benedictine Dames) of Pontoise, has been erroneously 
AHHigned to Francis Walsingham, whose death preceded by eleven years the 
conventual sfttlement at Pontoise ; the manuscript is from the pen of Edward 
Walsin^^ham [q. v.]. 
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Walters, Edward : for From 1848 to 1860 read Until 1860 
Walton, Izaak : for "Winchester Cathedral read Salisbury Cathedral 

after 1888. insert A memorial to Walton has been placed outside the church 
of St. Dunstan's in the West, Fleet Street. 

Walton, James : for Somerby read Sowerby 

Walwyn, William : for born about 1600 read baptised on 17 Aug. 1600 
Wanostrocht, Nicholas : after 1876. insert His widow died in 1901. 

after esp. ii. 61 ; insert Caffyn's Seventy-one Not Out ; 
Warbeck, Perkin : for Flanders read England 
Warburton, Peter : for Kimbleton read Himbleton 
Warbnrton, William : for Lincolnshire read Leicestershire 

Ward, Samuel {d. 1643) : for He was originally a scholar ... In 1595 he was 
elected read He matriculated as a pensioner of Christ's College, Cambridge, in 
1588-9, and graduated B.A. 1592-8 and M.A. 1596. In the last year he was 
elected 
Ward, Seth : for Wood read Thomas Wood 

Ward, William (1787-1849) : for a London merchant, read of Northwood Park, 
Cowes, a London merchant and large landowner in the Isle of Wight and 
Hampshire, 
4 /.e. after currency, insert Ward was a famous cricketer and patron of the game. 

John Nyren dedicated his ' Cricketer's Guide ' to him in 1833, and con- 
gratulated him on ' having gained the longest hands on record,' referring 
to his at that time unequalled score of 278, made on Lord's Ground on 
24 July 1820 for the M.C.G. against Norfolk. In 1825 Ward bought the 
lease of Lord's Ground, to save it from sale for building purposes {Cricket, 
in Badminton Series, and Pyckoft's Cricket Field). He continued to 
play occasionally down to 1845. 
349 i 19-18 Warde, James Prescott : for On becoming a player read Intended for the army, 
f.e. he became a cadet at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, on 15 Sept. 1807, 

and was appointed second lieutentant in the Royal Artillery in December 1809. 
He took part in theatricals at the Academy, playing in 1808 the title part in 
' Douglas.' Subsequently his absorbing passion for the stage led to his superses- 
sion in the army for ' absence without leave ' (1 April 1815). On becoming a 
professional player 
Ware, Hngii : for Rathcoffrey read Rathcoffey 
Warelwast, William de : for 1197 read 1097 
Warmestry, Thomas : for Noakes's read Noake's 
Warner, Sir Thomas : for Meanwhile Warner had been read Warner was 

for a. negro woman read a Carib woman 
Warren, John B. L., 3rd Baron de Tabley : for Salis-Saglio read Salis-Soglio 

for Mr. W. H. Miles read Mr. A. H. Miles 
Warton, Joseph : for Like Warton, Collins read Like Collins, Warton 
Warton, Thomas (1728-1790) : for Royle Lee read Boyle Lee 
50-51 Wase, Christopher : omit Dr. Johnson . . . commonplace 

Washbourne, Thomas : for Gloucestershire read Worcestershire 

Waterhonse, Sir Edward : for Armagh read Cashel 

Waterton, Charles : for the remainder of his life read most of his remaining 

life 
Wath, Michael : omit or Sik Michael 

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WATSON WHEWELL 

N.B,— /.e. stands for from end and LI. for last line 
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vi ii 8 List of Writers : for Sylvanus read Silvanus 

13 omit A. W. W. . . . A. W. W.\bd, Litt.D. 

9 ii 41-42 Watson, James (d. 1722) : for Painting ' read Printing ' 

14 i 15-16 Watson, John (1520-1584) : for p. 315), and on 17 Sept. following was collated 
read p. 315). He was vice-chancellor of Cambridge 1518-20 and 1530-1. 
On ceasing to be master of Christ's in 1531 he seems to have become rector 
of "White Notley, Essex, where he died in 1537. Another John Watson, 
who died before May 1530, was collated on 17 Sept. 1523 

17 for He was also read The master of Christ's was 

18 after Erasmus insert who bears witness to his high character and appre- 

ciated his humanism 
19-20 for learned in scholastic divinity read one of Latimer's early opponents 

23 omit He died before 12 May 1530 

30 ii 10-11 Watson, Eobert (1746-1838) : for is at least questionable, read underestimates the 
fact, for he received in 1817 600Z., a further 500Z. in June 1822, and a final sum of 
2,500Z. on 21 Dec. of the same year. 
Watson, Thomas (1513-1584) : for Addit. MS. read Sloane MS. 
Watson, Thomas (1557 ?-1592) : for a translation 7'ead a very distant paraphrase 
for five ' epistolse ' read eighteen ' epistolse.' Five of these were rendered 
into English verse by ' I. T. Gent ' in ' An Ould facioned loue or a loue of 
the ould facion ' 1594. 
Watt, James : for Jeffreys read Jeffrey 
Watts, Alaric A. : after 1825 insert died 22 Jan. 1901 
Watts, Bichard : for proctors [i.e. itinerant priests] read proctors [of bedridden 

persons in hospitals, i.e. licensed beggars] 
Weale, John : omit He was the father of . . . Henry James Weale. 

Webbe, Joseph : for 1626) read 1633) 

after 1620. insert His letters and papers on languages, dating from 1623 to 
1683, are in Sloane MS. 1456. 
Webster, John (1580 ?-1625 ) : after No. 19 ; insert Painter's ' Palace of Pleasure,' 

ii. 23. 
Wedderburn, Alexander, 1st Earl of Rosslyn : for burgh read borough 
Wedgwood, Hensleigh : after sixty years, insert He was fellow of Christ's 1829-30. 
Weld, Sir Frederick A. : for Marsh read March 

for Garendeo read Garendon 
Weld, Thomas (1590?-1662) : for America read Americana 
Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington: for C. W. Glass read J. W. Glass 
Wellesley, Bichard C, Marquis Wellesley : for Lahore read Indore 

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218 i 7 Wellealey, Richard C, Marquis Wellesley : for allowances redd alliances 

18 /.(?. for discovered read discerned 

13 f.e. for a citadel of Calcutta read at Calcutta 

222 ii 5 for Musgrave read Mulgrave 

223 i 3 for an external name read an esteemed name 

38 for aristocratic read autocratic 

242 i 36-89 Welsted, Robert : o7?ii^ He also translated . . . London, 1712, 8vo ; and with 

40 for Richard West edited Pindar read "Welsted jomed Richard West in editing 

the works of Pindar 

260 i 14 Wentworth, Paul : after Burnham Abbey insert Buckinghamshire 
ii Z f.e. after 1598. ivf-ert He was buried in Burnham Church. 

261 i 1 f.e. Wentworth, Peter: for Lilhngstone Darell read Lillingstone Lovell 
268 i 22 /.e. Wentworth, Thomas, 1st Earl of Strafford: for Atkins read Atkinson 

284 i 15 f.e. Wentworth, Sir Thomas, Baron Wentworth : after expense, insert He died in hia 
father's lifetime. 
IQ f.e. for succeeded him read succeeded his father 

286 i 37-38 Wentworth, Sir Thomas, 4th Baron Wentworth : for baroness Wentworth, who 
died in 1860. read Lady Byron never assumed the title of baroness Wentworth, 
although she became entitled to it in 1856. 
297 i 23 Werferth : omit now lost 

27-29 for — a translation which Pits ... in Cambridge, read Manuscripts of this 

translation are extant at Cambridge, Oxford, and London. 
Wesley, Samuel (1662-1735) : oviit under Richard Busby [q. v.], 
Wesley, Samuel S. : after painted in oils hisert by W. K. Briggs, which is now in 
possession of his eldest son, F.,G. Wesley, vicar of Hamsteels, Durham 
for 1855 read 1885 

omit A portrait of Wesley . . . Julian Marshall, esq. 
West, Sir Thomas, 9th Baron De La Warr: for Halfnaked read Halfnaker 

for 1547-8 read 1549-50 
Weston, Richard (1620-1681) : for Bushby read Buskby 
Weston, Stephen : for Cleave Hill read Cleeve Hill 
Weymouth, George : for Kennebee read Kennebec 
Wharton, Sir George : after prefixed insert to his * Works.' 
Wharton, Philip, 4th Baron Wharton : after p. 7). insert The former collection, 
containing the finest work of Van Dyck's latest years, is now at the 
Hermitage, St. Petersburg 
after p. 35). insert A fine portrait of Wharton as a young man is at the 
Hermitage, St. Petersburg. 
Wharton, Philip, Duke of Wharton : for Northumberland read Westmoreland 
Wharton, Thomas, 1st Baron Wharton : for Heydon read Hedon 
Wheare, Degory : for in 1624 his opening address . . . and death. This record 
read du record of Camden's life and death 
omit were included 
omit his ' Dedicatio . . . (1626), and 
Wheatley, Benjamin R. : for Kersell read Kersal 

Wheeler, Sir Hugh M. : for Browne Thompson's read Mowbray Thomson's 
Wheler, Sir George : after Nottinghamshire, insert He was admitted at Christ's 
College, Cambridge, 10 May 1717, aged 16, from Durham School, graduated B.A. 
1720-1, M.A. 1724, and was fellow of his college from 25 Jan. 1721-2 till 18 Jati. 
1723-4, when he succeeded to his father's estates. 
452 ii 6 Whetstone, George : after p. 387). insert An account of the death of Sir Philip 
Sidney, related on the authority of George Whetstone, an eye-witness, is to be 
found in Thomas Churchyard's ' True Discours Historical of the Succeeding 
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N.B.— /.e. stands tor from end and 1.1. for last line 
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List of Writers : for B.D. read D.D. 
Whiddon, Jacob : for (fl. 1585-1595) read {d. 1595) 
for It is probable that he was 7-ead He was 

for the expedition against Cadiz .... is not mentioned, read but he died 
on the return journey, and was buried by Ralegh, who styles him ' a man 
most honest and valiant,' in the island of Trinidad [Discoverie of Guiana , 
in Ralegh's Works, viii. p. 398] 
Whinyates, Sir Edward C. : for first captain read post-captain 
Whiston, "William : for Grabes's read Grabe's 
Whitaker, Tobias: for {fl. 1634-1661) read {d, 1666) 
Whitaker, William : for seventeenth read sixteenth 

for Bromley read Burnley 
White, Charles : for (1695- read (1696- 

for Royal College of Surgeons read Corporation of Surgeons (now the 

Royal College of Surgeons) 
for 18 Feb. read 20 Feb. 
for 1759 read 1757 

for 1733 read 1773 and /or 1785 read 1784 
for 1773 o-ead 1793 
White, John (1576-1618) : for Hinlip read Hindlip 

White, Richard (^. 1584). There seems reason to believe that the Bichard Gwyn 
of St. John's College, Cambridge, whose career is described in the lines 
indicated is to be distinguished from the martyred Bichard White wJio, 
according to the college register, matriculated as a pensioner from Christ's 
College, Cambridge, in May 1571, graduating B.A. and M.A. (1578). 
103 i 13 Whitehead, John (1630-1696) : for 1764 read 1704 

127 ii 9 f.e. Whitford, Walter : 077iit by the 

128 ii 18-19 for queen's scholar read king's scholar 

151 ii 18 f.e. Whittingham, William : for Italian read Roman 

13-12 for omitted, as were the names .... the calendar prefixed, 7'ead 

f.e. differentiated, as regards its authoritative value, from the rest of the Old 

Testament, 
7/'^' for Some sixty read More than sixty 

153 ii 39 for Dora's read Dore's 

158 i 21 f.e. Whittington, Eobert : for 1528 read 1521, 1525 
180 ii 26-7 Widdrington, Balph : for before 30 Aug. 1688, when read on 10 June 1688 : on 

30 Aug. following 
182 ii 5 f.e. Widdrington, Sir Thomas : o^nit perhaps ■ 

^f.e. after who insert matriculated as a pensioner in April 1617, and 

197 i 17 f.e. Wiglaf : for Hambury read Hanbury 

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Wilberforce, Samuel : for denied the bishop's right to refuse institution to read 
reversed the sentence of a year's suspension passed by the Court of Arches on 
some of 
221 ii 38 Wild, George : after old age. insert Several plays that he wrote for St. John's 

College, Oxford, are extant in Brit. Mus. Addit. MS. 14047. 
256 i 16 Wilkie, Sir David : for seized for the rent of the room, read unfairly seized for 
rent owing by a previous tenant of the room. 
Wilkins, John : for probably read became in 1663 

for though some authorities .... this appointment ; read (cf. Sloane MS. 
1826, f. 40 b) 
Wilkins, William : for Oxberton read Osberton 
Wilkinson, Henry : for Kennet's read Kennett's 
Wilkinson, James J. G. : for A bust read A bust by F. Leifehild 
Willes, Sir John : for Bishop's Ickington read Bishop's Itchington 
William II : for and the duchy of Normandy were read was 
William III : for Kenxet read Kennett and so through article 
William IV : for of Victoria read Victoria 
William de Fors, Earl of Albemarle : for King Stephen read Count Stephen 

for Beforth read Beeford 
Williams, Sir Charles H. : after (1664-1784) insert [q. v.] 
Williams, Edward E. : for Ellikeb read Ellerker 

for His father, a merchant .... attained his majority, read His fathen 
Captain John Williams, a captain in the East India Company's army, died 
on his voyage home from India in June 1809. 
396 ii 8 for the lady read Jane, sister of General John Wheeler Cleveland, of the 

Madras army 
34 for Bysshe]. Williams left a son, read Bysshe]. Mrs. Williams subse- 

quently formed an union with Thomas Jefferson Hogg [q. v.] Williams's 
children included, besides a daughter (Mrs. Lonsdale), a son, Edward 
Med win, , 
36 for a daughter, married to read a daughter, Rosalind, mai-ried to Henry 

Sylvan Leigh, 
18 f.e. after cemetery add in 1884. Williams kept a diary from 21 Oct. 1821 till 

4 July 1822, four days before his death. The original MS. was presented, 
with other relics of Williams, to the British Museum by his grandson, 
Mr. J. W, Williams. The diary was edited in 1902 by Dr. Richard Gamett. 

409 i 82 Williams, Isaac: for The college historian read James Pycroft, in 'College 

Memories ' 

410 i 27 after {d. 1871). insert A portrait painted about 1850 by W. H. Cubley, of 

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WILLIAMSON WOEDEN 

N.B.— />. stands iov/rom end and LI. for last line 

Willibrord, Saint : omit or 696 

for St. Cecilia's day (22 Nov.) read the feast of St. Clement (21 Nov.) 
for (Bede read (but cf. Bede 
Willis, Francis : for became physician-in-ordinary .... attended read attended 

the king 
Willis, Richard : for Maclube read McClure ■ 
Wills, Sir Charles : for Friend's read Freind's 
Willyams, Cooper : for 1891 read 1819 
Wilmot, Sir Edward : for physician read physician extraordinary 

after 1737 insert and physician-in-ordinary in 1732 
Wilmot, John E. (1750-1815) : for liberal read conservative 
Wilmot, Lemuel A. : for Sir Charles Grant read Charles Grant 
Wilson, Arthur : for 1619 read 1614 
for 1630 read 1631 

for November 1654 read November 1634 

after ii. 278). insert The MS. of the ' Switzer ' was acquired by the British 
Museum in Feb. 1903, and was edited by M. Albert Feuillerat, of Eennes 
(Paris, 1904). 
Wilson, Bernard : omit and Wilts 
Wilson, Harriette : for ( fl. 1810-1825) read (1789-1846) 

for Nothing further is known of Harriette's career, read This 'modern 
Aspasia,' as Sheil calls her {Irish Bar, 1854, i. 348), is believed to have 
returned to England a pious widow, and to have died in 1846. 
Wilson, Henry B. : 07nit unmarried 

Wilson, James (1805-1860) : for fourth son read third son 
Wilson, Sir John (1780-1856) : for 11 Nov. 1851 read 20 June 1854 
Wilson, Sir John M. : for 17 June on a strong fort read 19 June on a strong 
position 
for Lake Ontario read the Niagara river near Erie 
for 12 July read 11 July 
for 29 Dec. read 30 Dec. 

for Chippewa read Chippewa or Lundy's Lane 
Wilson, Nicholas : omit in Holdemess 

for Bolton 7-ead Bilton 
Wilson, Sir Robert T. : for Wilson regarded it read Wilson voted for the second 
reading, but spoke without voting in favour of Gascoyne's amendment 
opposing the reduction of the number of members for England and Wales, 
which was carried against the goverhment. He did not seek re-election after 
the consequent dissolution (April 1831). He regarded the measure in its 
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182 ii 19-20 Wilson, Thomas (1525 ?-1581,i : for it contains read the third edition contains 
185 ii 19 for Lidney read Lydney 

138 ii 19-20 Wilson, Sir Thomas (1560 ?-1629) : for Wilson died .... letters read Wilson 
was buried at St. Martin's in the Fields on 17 July 1629, and on the 81st 
letters 
146 i 82 Wilson, William (1690-1741) : for Williams read Wilson 
151 i \Zf.e. Wilson, Sir Wiltshire : for 1838 read 1836 

25 Wilson-Patten, John, Baron Winmarleigh : for Lord Stanley, afterwards read 

Edward G. G. S. Stanley, afterwards Lord Stanley, and 
9-30 for his friend Lord Stanley, read liis friend's father. Lord Stanley, after- 

wards thirteenth earl of Derby, 
86 for agam of liis friend read of his friend Edward Stanley, afterwards Lord 

Stanley 
for In the year following read In September of the year following 
for a post he held .... three months later, read under Disraeli, and held 

the post till Disraeli's resignation in Dec. 1868. 
for 12 July read 11 July 
Windham, Sir Charles A. : for 4 Feb. read 2 Feb. 
Windham, William : for Ash Windham read William Windham 
after Sudbury insert 1722-7 
for between 1721 and 1727 read until his death in 1730, 

omit and Helston in 1766 
for secretary for war read secretary at war 

for He took refuge .... 8 May 1807, read Throughout these proceedings 
he retained his seat for New Romney, and held it till the dissolution on 
29 April 1807. At the general election in May he was returned for Higham 
Ferrers, 
Windsor, Thomas, Ist Earl of Plymouth : omit (Sir) 
Windsor, Sir William de. Baron Windsor : for G. T. read G. F. 
Wingfield, Sir Anthony : for thirteenth earl read fourteenth earl 
Wingfield, Anthony (1550 ?-1615 ?) : for Oxford read Orford 
Wingfield. Sir Humphrey : for Partiger read Pargiter 
Winniflfe, Thomas : for receiving at the same time read he also held 
Winnington, Thomas : fw Whitley read Witley 
Winslow, Edward : for Richard Holdrip and Edward Blagge read Daniel Searle 

and Gregory Butler 
Winstanley, Henry : for [d. 1708) read (1644-1703) 

for was probably a native .... of William read baptised at Saffron 
Walden on 31 March 1644, and was eldest son of Henry Winstanley 
[d. 1680) of that place. He was nephew of William 
Winstanley, William : for (1628 ?-1690 ?) read (1628 ?-1698) 

for was related to ... . Henry Winstanley [q. v.], read was second son of 

William Winstanley, of Quendon, Essex {d. 1687), by his wife Elizabeth. 

Henry Winstanley [q. v.] was his nephew. William was sworn a freeman 

of Saffron Walden on 21 April 1649. 

%f.e. for died about 1690 .... married, and read was buried at Quendon on 

22 Dec. 1698. He was twice married ; 
7 f.e. for wife read first wife 

6/.«. after p. 85). iuBert His second wife, Anne, was buried at Quendon on 

29 Sept. 1691. 
210 ii 21-22 for birth of one Robert .... (brother of Henry read baptism on 14 March 

1646-7 of Robert Winstanley (a nephew of William and a younger brother 
of Henry 
28 for sixteen rend fifteen 

218 ii 40 Winter, Sir Edward : for 20 Sept. read 20 Dec. 

215 ii LI. Winter, Sir John; for Metcalf'a read Metcalfe's 

216 ii 16/.«. Winter, Samuel : for 24 Oct. read 24 Dec. 

228 ii 28 Winterbottom, Thomas X. : after 1800. insert He left more than 5,000 philo- 
logical b'X)kH to Durliam University. 
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Wishart, Sir James : before On the accession insert He was M.P. for Portsmouth 
1711-15. 
for and there he died in 1729. read He died on 31 May 1723 (Boyer, 
Political State of Great Britain, May 1723, p. 571) 
Wishart, Sir John : after John insert Lord Pittarrow 
Witchell, Edwin : for Nymphsfield read Nympsfield 
Witham, George : for Burton Constable read Constable Burton 
Wither, George : for Anne Serle read Mary Hunt, apparently, of Theddon, Hamp- 
shire (cf. The Poetry of George Wither, ed. F. Sidgwick, 1902, i. xvi. sq.) 
for four editions read at least five editions 
for in 1617 for private circulation read in 1615 for private circulation. A 

copy of the private issue is in the Bodleian Library. 
for Hambledon, Surrey read Hambledon, Hampshire 
after Fidding insert (Theddon) 
Wodelarke, Robert : for ' Acero read ' Cicero 

fur ' Etymologise ' read ' Etymologiarum ' 
Wolfe, Arthur, 1st Viscount Kilwarden : for Six years read Five years 

for the chief justice read formerly the chief justice 
Wolfe, James : for right bank read left bank 

for commanding read cannonading 
Wolfe, Reyner : for History of o-ead History or 
Wolley, Sir John : for 1572 read 1571. 

after Elizabeth, insert According to Browne Willis, he was elected M.P. for 
East Looe in 1571 
20 /.e. Wolseley, William (1640 ?-1697) : for C. D. read C. D-n. 
Wolsey, Thomas : for 16 Nov. read 15 Nov. 

omit and though he was never consecrated 
Womock, Laurence : for with the promise of a prebend in Ely Cathedral 7'ead On 
22 Sept. in the same year, according to Le Neve, he had been installed in 
the sixth prebendal stall at Ely. 

omit On 22 Sept at Ely 

after Bibl. Brit.; insert Cat. Tanner MSS. (Bodleian); 
Wood, Alexander (1725-1807) : for His father was the youngest son of Wood read 
He was the son of Thomas Wood and grandson of Jasper Wood 
after Edinburgh insert He married Veronica Chalmers 
Wood, Sir Charles, 1st Viscount Halifax : for lost his seat at Grimsby in 1831, 

but read in 1831 
Wood, Sir David E. : after 1877. insert He was an unsuccessful candidate for 

Durham in the conservative interest in 1847. 
Wood, James (1672-1759) : omit Another son, Robert .... Everett Wood [q. v.]. 
Wood, Mary A. E. : for James Wood (1672-1759) [q. v.] was her grandfather, read 
Her grandfather James Wood, a friend of Wesley and twice president of the 
Wesleyan Conference, must be distinguished from James Wood (1672-1759) 
[q. V.]. 
374 i 2 f.e. Wood, Robert (1717 ?-1771) : after i. 289). insert From 1764 to his death he was 
groom-porter in the royal household. 
20 f.e. Wood, William (1745-1808) : for 1807 read 1809 

Wood, William P., Baron Hatherley: for Robert Mousey Rolfe, first baron 
Cranwortli [q. v.]. read, Sir George James Turner [q. v.j, who was made lord 
justice in succession to the newly appointed lord chancellor, Robert Monsey Rolfe, 
first baron Cranworth [q. v.]. 
Woodard, Nathaniel : for 1844 read 1894 

Wooddeson, Richard : for 1823 read 1822 

Woodford, Sir John G. : for Sir William Colville read Sir Charles Colville 

after the service insert in Oct. 1841. He had been made C.B. in 1815 and 
K.C.B. in 1838 
Woodley, George : for Maclure's read McClure's 

Woodville, Anthony, 2nd Earl Rivers : for he is said to have fought at Morat 
(22 June) for the read he visited (7-8 June) the camp at Morat of the 
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Wordsworth, William : for Nelson read Milton 

Worsley, Sir Henry : for 1821 read 1831 

Worsley, Sir Richard : for 1802 read 1801 

Wortley, Sir Francis : for 1625 and 1626 read and 1625 

Wotton, Sir Henry : for is said to have been printed ... to contain it. read was 

printed in 1614 with the fifth edition of Overbury's ' Wife.' 
Wotton, Nicholas : for fourth son read fourth child 
Wotton, William : for 1726) read 1727) 

for 1726 read 1726-7 
Woty, William : omit in chancery 
Woulfe, Peter : for a rehgious prophet named Brothers read the prophet Richard 

Brothers [q. v.]) 
Woulfe, Stephen: for 1834 read 1835 
Wrangham, Francis : for Raisthorpe read Raysthorpe 

for Stephen Thirlwell . . . ultimately vicar read Thomas Thirlwall (grand- 
father of Connop Thirlwall [q. v.]), afterwards vicar 
Wraxall, Sir Nathaniel W. : for a short while read in 1723, eight years 
Wray, Sir Cecil : for tenth read thirteenth 

for ninth read twelfth 
Wren, Sir Christopher : for partition read parhelion 
for AUenbury read Atterbury 

after 1897 insert Birch's London Churches, London, fol. 1896 
Wright, Sir James (1716-1785) : for he received the commission read he received 

from England the commission (dated April 1761) 
Wright, Robert (1560-1643) : for (September 1643) read (August 1643) 
Wright, Thomas (fi. 1740-1760) : for [fl. 1740-1760) . . . [Brit. Mus. Cat.), read 
(1711-1786), natural philosopher, was born at Byer's Green, near Durham, 
and brought up as a philosophical instrument maker. Subsequently he 
taught private pupils in mathematics, and became so well known that he 
was oflEered, but declined, the jirofessorship of mathematics at the Imperial 
Academy of St. Petersburg. In his ' Original Theory ... of the Uni- 
verse ' (London, 1750, 4to) he anticipated the modern physico-philosophical 
theory of the material of the universe. He ' gave the theory of the Milky 
Way, which is now considered established,' and predicted the * ultimate 
resolution of the rings of Saturn into congeries of small satellites ' (De 
Morgan in London, Edinburgh, and Dublin, Phil. Mag. vol. xxxii.) He 
died at Byer's Green in 1786. 
129 i 21 after Lit. insert Gent. Mag. 1793,' i. 9, 126, 213 ; Kant's Kosmogony, ed. 

1900, pp. 193-205 
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153 ii 27-28 Wriothesley, Thomas, Earl of Southampton: oviit on 18 June 1585 v/as 
licensed to marry 
29 after Holborn, insert married Thomas Arundell, afterwards first baron 

Arundell of Wardour; the marriage licence, dated 18 June 1585, was 
issued to the bridegroom's father, 
Wroth, Sir Robert : for Francis Stonard read John Stonard 
Wrottesley, Sir John, 2nd Baron Wrottesley : for was defeated read retired 
before the poll 
for 1825 read 1828 

for his seat being endangered . . . the whig interest, read he was defeated 
at the poll ; 
Wulfhere : for Barrow in Atwood read Barrow-on-Humber 
Wyatt, John : after Boulton & Watt insert which was established in 1762 

omit about 1744 
Wyatt, Thomas Henry : for Anne, sister of Sir Thomas . . . ii. 445). read Anne 

daughter of George Hillier of Devizes. 
Wyatville, Sir JeflPry : before The work insert Wyatville was elected A.R.A. in 

1822 and R.A. in 1824. 
Wyke, Sir Charles L. : for 1859 read 1860 
Wykeham, William of : after death insert in June 1876 
after 11 Oct. insert 1376 
after 7 Jan. insert 1877 

for and Wykeham bought ... for Winchester College, read Three years 
later, in 1880, Wykeham acquired the manor of Meonstoke Ferrers from 
Alice's husband, William de Windsor, who had obtained a grant of her 
lands after her pardon in Dec. 1879. But it would be hazardous to connect 
this purchase with the events of 1377. 
Wyld, James : after 1868 insert (except for a few months in 1859) 
Wyndham, Sir Charles, 2nd Earl of Egremont: for 1784 read 1785 
Wyndham, Robert H. : for in April read on 8 April 
Wynn, Sir Watkin W. : for 1660 read 1678-9 
Teamans, Robert : for alderman read councillor 

Yelverton, Sir Henry : after the university, insert He and his brother Thomas 
were admitted fellow -commoners of Christ's College, Cambridge, on 1 July 1581. 
Like his father he was afterwards counsel for the college. 
Yonge, Sir George : after continuously insert (excepting from 1761 to 1768) 

for 1794 read 1796 
Yonge, Sir William : for to replace his father ... to meet on 10 May 1722, read 
to represent Honiton on 4 Feb. 1714-5, 
l.l. for Byng, Torrington, Norris, and Wager, read Byng (Viscount Torrington), 

Norris, Wager, and others, 
839 i 7-17 Yorke, Charles (1722-1770) : omit Meanwhile he angled ... the attorney-general 
(80 Nov.) 
17 for His conduct in this crisis betrayed read Pitt saw in his conduct during 

this crisis 
28 after general warrants, insert At the end of the year he angled for his 

reinstatement in the attorney-generalship, which his successor, Fletcher 
Norton [q. v.], was wrongly thought to be about to vacate, in order to succeed 
to the mastership of the rolls, vacant by the death of Sir Thomas Clark. 
Yorke also professed himself willing to accept the vacant mastership of the 
rolls with a salary of 4,000^. and a peerage. Tliese ridiculous advances 
were repulsed by Lord-chancellor Northington, and Yorke ended by 
accepting a patent of precedence next after the attorney-general (80 Nov.). 
for No, xliv. read No. xlix. 
Yorke, Charles P. : for secretary for war read secretary at war 
Yorke, Joseph, Baron Dover: for 1701-4 read 1761-74 

Yorke, Sir Joseph 8. : for nearly continuously since 1790. read from 1790 to 1800 
and fnmi 1818 to 1881, having in the interval represented St. Germans, West 
Looe, and Sandwich. 
Yorke, Philip, Ist Earl of Hardwicke : for brother read uncle 
Yorke, Philip (174:i-1804): for the dissolution of March 17«i '•""/ liis retirement 
in 1781 
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Young, Edward : for daughter of George Henry Lee, second earl of Lichfield read 

younger daughter of Edward Henry Lee, first earl of Lichfield 
Young, Sir Henry E. F. : for was created K.B. read was knighted 
Young, James {d. 1789) : for In July 1778 . . . admiral of the white, read On 
29 Jan. 1778 he was promoted to be admiral of the white and in July he returned 
to England. 
Young, Sir William (1749-1815) : omit in the whig interest 

after Cornwall, insert He was a follower of Pitt until 1801, when he joined 
the ranks of his patron Grenville. 
Zerfii, George G. : omit He was also for some time ... a biographical memoir. 
Zouche, William la : for {Histories read [Historians 
Zucchi, Antonio P. : after at Keculver ' insert (from Keate's Sketches from 

Nature) 
Zuylestein, William H., 4th Earl of Rochford: for In December of this year 
Eochford showed read In December 1770 Kochford, though still nominally 
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ABBOTT CHILDERS 

N.B.— /.e'. stands tor from end and l.l. for last line 

Memoir of George Smith : for the only one read the first 
Acland, Sir Henry W. : omit a member of the football eleven 

for 1858 read 1857 

after 1893 ; iyisert J. B. Atlay's Memoir of Sir Henry Acland, 1908 ; 
11 f.e. Adye, Sir John M. : for Holmes read Holms 

after 1875 insert and lieutenant-general in 1879 
Airy, Sir George B. : for five biennial periods read three biennial periods and for 

a fourth term of one year only 
Anderdon, William H. : for Laircount read Lavicourt 
Anderson, John : for Matlock read Buxton 

after Thoms insert of Aberlemno, Forfarshire 

after 1898. insert 8. * Zoology of Egypt, part i.— Reptilia and Batrachia,' 
1898 ; a second part (' Mammalia ') revised and completed by W. E. de 
Winton, P.Z.S., 1902. 
74 i 28 Arnold, Matthew : for 1868) ; the tombstone read 1868) and a grandson. His 
tombstone 
29-31 for ' Awake, thou Lute . . . Gold, 1890). read * There is sprung up a light 

for the righteous and joyful gladness for such as are true-hearted.' 
(Ps. xcvii. 11) 
78 i 10 Arnonld, Sir Joseph : for chief justice of Bombay read judge of the high court of 
Bombay 
for 16 Nov. read 16 Feb. 
Ballantine, William : for in the trial read with Sir Robert Collier, the solicitor- 
general 
for he secured read the crown secured 
for his defence of the Tichborne claimant .... in 1871 ; read his advocacy 

on behalf of the Tichborne claimant in his ejectment action in 1871 ; 
for but left no issue, read His son, Mr. Walter Ballantine, was M.P. for 
Coventry 1887-1895. 
Barttelot, Sir Walter B. : for Balfont read Balfour 
Beckman, Sir Martin : oiuit Shortly after the accession ... (20 March 16^;^). 

after deceased, insert Shortly afterwards he was knighted (20 March 
1685-6). 
Bennett, Sir James R. : after knighted insert in 1881 
Bennett, William C. : for from 1872 to 1879 and from 1885 to 1889 read from 1870 

to 1873 and from 1876 to 1879 
Bensly, Robert L. : for survives read survived 
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204 i 14 Blackburn, Colin, Baron Blackburn: for Mr. John Edward Eyre readi Mr. 
Edward John Eyre 

207 i 18 Blackmore, Richard D. : for vicar read curate in charge 

84-35 for His father took pupils . . . and three read Three 

89-41 for his mother ... all the servants died, read his mother died of the 

disease which she contracted while visiting the parish, and others of the 
household also succumbed. 
18 f.e. for a living read a curacy 

16 /.e. for settled in that of Ashford read settled in 1847 as curate in chsurge at 

Ashford 

11-10 for until a boy of eleven who presently sent him read for several 

f.e. years, and was then sent to a preparatory school at Bruton, in Somerset. 

Thence he went 
5/.C. /ornow rearf afterwards 

4-2 for who had formerly been a private pupil .... at Longworth. read who 

f.e. had formerly taken, whilst living at Culmstock, lessons from Blackmore's 

father, 
ii 11-14 omit He was also famous .... academic honours. 

27-80 omit and, after quitting the university .... Bromley, Kent 

88-84 for Miss Lucy .... of Portuguese extraction read Miss Lucy Maguire 

40-42 omit At this time he was engaged .... the Middle Temple. 

17 f.e. for she died read she died on 81 Jan. 1888 

6 f.e. after ' Christowell.' insert He was a pupil of John Warner of the Inner 

Temple and the chancery bar. 

208 i 9-10 for and fell back on his old work as a teacher, read by taking up educational 

work which he never liked and for which he was ill adapted. 
10 for 1858 read 1855 

209 ii 6 after father, insert Another parson, John Rosedew, in * Cradock Nowell,' is 

his uncle, the Rev. H. Hey Knight. Perlycross is the home of Black- 
more's boyhood, Culmstock. 
for sixty read seventy 
for 1885 read 1895 

after game of chess insert and whom he introduced into 'Tommy 
Upmore ' 
Bond, Sir Edward A. : for (1858) read (1868) 

Bowen, Charles S. C, Baron Bowen : for rector of Southwark, read perpetual 
curate of St. Mary Magdalene, Southwark, 
for 1888 read 1882 
48-44 Boyd, Andrew K. H. : for Mr. F. N. Boyd read Mr. F. M. Boyd 

Brand, Sir Henry B. W., 1st Viscount Hampden: after peerage, insert He 
was a lord of the treasury under Palmerston 17 April 1855 to 1 March 
1858. 
for succeeded Sir William .... the treasury, read became parliamentary 
secretary to the treasury, a post held in the previous liberal administration 
by Sir William Goodenough Hayter [q. v.]. 
Brand, Sir Johannes H. : after opinion, insert In 1882 he accepted the honour of 
G.C.M.G. in spite of the demurs of the council. 
omit The queen offered him the dignity .... they gave way. 
Brassey, Anna or Annie, Baroness Brassey : for at Brisbane read at sea 
Brett, William B., Viscount Esher: for in April 1859 read on the death of 
Cobden in 18«5 
for against Cobden .... Potter [q. v. Suppl.]. read against Cobden's friend 
Thomas Bayley Potter [q. v. Bupp.], but he was defeated. 
Brig^ht, Sir Charles T. : for a druggist of Bishopsgate Street, London, read a 
manufacturing chemist of London (of an old Yorkshire stock to which 
belonged Colonel Sir John Bright, 1619-«8 [q. v.]), 
for Magnetic Company read Magnetic Telegraph Company 
U-l«\ 

/,/'. \ for Atlantic Cable Company read Atlantic Telegraph Company 
H)f.e.) 

272 i 11 for R. Newall <t Co. read R. S. Newall & Co. 

84-80 omit Bright was . . . the Agamemnon. 

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272 ii 22-23 Bright, Sir Charles T. : for was himself not directly concerned read was asso- 

ciated as consulting engineer 
2 f.e. for Institute read Institution 

273 i 21 for E. B. Bright read E. B. Bright and his son, Mr. Charles Bright 
292 ii 37 Brind, Sir James : for daughter read niece 

295 i 23 Broadhead, William : for Forth's read Firth's 

296 i 21 f.e. Broome, Sir Frederick N. : after services, insert He had been made CM. G-. in 

1877 and K.C.M.G. in 1884. 
18 f.e. after afterwards insert in 1891 

802 i Sf.e. Brown, Rohert : owi^ at Copenhagen 

7 f.e. for the degree of Ph.D. read the honorary degree of Ph.D. in 1870. 

l.l. after expedition insert in 1863 

ii 12-18 for the high school read the School of Arts 

18 after college, insert He was also an extra-mural lecturer of the university 

and interim lecturer on botany there in 1873, and for part of that year in 
geology also. 

19 for In 1875-6 read In 1873 

25-80 for and in 1876 was writing ... to the preparation of read as well as for 

the ' Academy ' and the ' Scotsman.' In 1876 he accepted a post on the 
staff of the ' Echo,' and removed to London. In 1879 he became a leader 
writer for the ' Standard,' and retained that post for the rest of his life. 
Meanwhile he prepared many 

4/.e. for Eink's insert ' Danish Greenland,' 1877, and his 

2 f.e. for is valuable read their valuable 

803 i 21 after Zemlya insert as well as by two flowering plants, two lichens, and a 

fossil plant called after him by English and Swiss botanists 
806 i 6 f.e. Browning, Robert: /or Woodgates inn reatZWoodyates inn 

5 f.e. for Partridge read Pentridge 

808 i 18 f.e. for his horse read his uncle's horse 

313 li nf.e. for Mr. Smith read Mrs. George M. Smith 

819 ii 12 Brown-Sequard, Charles E. : for physiologist read physiologist and physician 

14-16 for Edward Brown .... belonging to Philadelphia, read Edward Brown 

(a native of Philadelphia), captain in the merchant service. 

820 ii 9 after Geneva, insert His second wife had died in 1874, and in 1877 he 

married a third wife, who was an Englishwoman. 
for his old master read his friend and rival 
for second wife read third wife 
for the localisation of the tracts in the spinal cord, read the properties and 

functions of the nervous system. 
for but he was not a philosophical thinker .... interpret his facts correctly. 
read although the interpretation of the facts he had discovered did not 
always meet with general acceptance. 
after Normale insert de I'Homme 

after Animaux,' insert the * Bulletins de la Societe de Biologie ' 
Burke, Ulick R. : for Colne read Calne 

Barton, Sir Frederic W. : before On his retirement read Burton was knighted 
in 1884, 
for Burton was knighted. Despitog/'eacZ despite 
Burton, Sir Richard F. : for ' Proverba read ' Proverbia 
Cairns, John : for Bishop Laughton read Bishop Claughton 
Campbell, Sir Alexander : for Heydon read Hedon 
Campbell, George D., 8th Duke of Argyll : for 1888 read 1884 
11-12 Cass, Sir John : for in that year read in 1710-11 
18 f.e. Caulfield, Richard : for Burke read Bttler 
omit unmarried, 

after co. Cork, iyisert His wife, Dora Dowden, survived him. 
Chambers, Sir Thomas : for 1846 read 1836 
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CHIPPENDALE HOSTE 

'i^.B.—f.e. stands fov from end and Id. for last line 
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9 ii 7 Church, Richard W. : for ' Paschal read * Pascal 

38 Churchill, Randolph H. S. (called Lord Randolph Churchill) : for Mr. Prewen 
read Mr. Frewer 
37 ii llf.e. Cochrane-Baillie, Alexander D. R. W., 1st Baron Lamington: for In 1857 read 
At a by-election in Jan. 1857 
lOf.e. for and from read and was rejected at the general election in April. From 

43 i 18 Colebrooke, Sir William M. G. : omit on the retired list 

22 after 1859 insert and general 26 Dec. 1865 

58 i 16 Cooke, Sir George : foi- 1757 read 1750 

71 i 2/.<9. Coventry, Andrew : /(w- Stitchell r«?a<2 the Relief Church at Stitchell 

72 i 3/.e. Cowen, Joseph : /w (1829 rm^ (1831 

73 i 12/.(?. /or 1885 reac? 1886 

74 ii 19 Cowper (afterwards Cowper-Temple), William F., Baron Mount-Temple : for 

1863 read 1868 
28-29 for from February 1857 .... this ofBce read in February 1857 he was 

transferred to 
31 after education insert and on 24 Sept. 1857 resumed the presidency of the 

board of health, holding both offices together till March 1858 

80 i 11 Craven, Mrs. Pauline M. A. A. : for Dublin read Dublin County 

81 ii 37 Crealock, Henry H. : for gazetted read promoted 

90 ii lOf.e. Cromwell, Ralph, 4th Baron Cromwell : for 1418 read 1417 

91 i 1 /or 6 March read 6 March 1418 

^^ ii 20^fe. } Crowther, Samuel A. : for 1892 read 1891 

98 ii 25 Cureton, Charles R. : after 1891, i7isert of the 7th dragoon guards 23 Sept. 1891 

106 i 2f,e, Dale, Thomas P. : for bookseller read publisher, stockbroker, and East India agent 
ii 2 omit (where his tutor was Colenso) 

8 after 1841 insert and was privately coached by Colenso 

107 i 22 for By his wife (married in 1846) read He married, in 1846, Mary, elder 

daughter of William Francis of Reigate, 

114 i 47-48 Dashwood, Francis, Baron le Despencer : for in the same year read in 1768 

13 f.e. for being succeeded read having been succeeded the year before 

12 f.e. for the militia read the Bucks militia 

5-8 for and during Lord North's .... postmaster-general, read Lord Chatham 

f.e. made him joint postmaster- general in 1766, and he continued in that office 

till 1781, through Lord North's long administration. 

115 i 4 Davidson, Samuel : for 1899) read 1898) 

117 ii 81-58 Davies, David C. : Note that Davies's namesake David Christopher Davies is 

separately noticed, in the Dictionary (see vol. xiv. p. 183) 

118 ii 31 Davis, Sir John F. : for July 1819 read 16 June 1819 

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16f.e. Dawson, Sir John "W. : for 1882 read 1881 
16 f.e. Denison, George A. : 077iit ninth 

Dickson, Sir James R. : for New South Wales read Melbourne 
otnit cultured 
for yet he was hardly popular, though read and though he was not cultured 

was popular, and 
for one son and four daughters read six sons and seven daughters 

Dixon, Eichard W. : for Dr. Giffard read Dr. Gifford 
D ouglas, Sir William F. : for 1822 read 1882 

Ellice, Sir Charles H. : for Berkshire regiment 7'ead 49th (Berkshire) regiment 
Elphinstone, Sir Howard C. : for 1858 read 1855 

Elton, Charles I. : after generation, insert It was largely due to his acumen and 
research that the chapter of Christ Church, Oxford, was induced in 
Feb. 1865 to carry out a moral obligation imposed upon them by a 
conveyance from King Henry VIII, and to endow the chair of the regius 
professor of Greek (Abbott and Campbell's Life of Jowett, i. 319; 
Times, 16 Jan. 1865). 
07nit his cousin, 
Elvey, Sir George J. : for 1898) read 1894) 

for 9 Sept. 1893 read 9 Dec. 1894 
Fane, Sir Edmund D. V. : for 1880-1 read 1879-81 

for 1882-5 read 1881-5, at Brussels March-Dec. 1885, 
for 1893 read 1893 to 1898 and at Copenhagen from 1898 
Farrer, Sir Thomas H., 1st Baron Farrer : /or several years ?'ea^ nearly two years 
Findlay, Sir George : for on 21 May 1892 read in 1892 
Ford, Sir Francis C: after made insert K.C.M.G. in 1885 
Fowler, Sir John : for 1879 read 1880 
Fox, Sir William : for and after doing which Pox was knighted, read Fox had 

been made K.C.M.G. 24 May 1879. 
Franks, Sir Augustus W. : for Baron Pichou read Baron Pichon 
Freeman, Edward A. : for 7 May read 7 March 
Fremantle, Thomas F., 1st Baron Cottesloe : for 1826 read 1880 
Gladstone, William E. : for third son read fourth son 
for Napp read Knapp 

for Lord Stanley (afterwards read Mr. Stanley (afterwards Lord Stanley and 
for James Round read Charles Grey Round 
for Samuel Chichester read Cliichester Samuel 

for The suzerainty of the queen . . . was afterwards disputed, read As 
regards the power and position of the queen in relation to the South 
African Republic, the word ' suzerainty ' was deliberately not employed, 
though the precise effect of the disuse of the term was afterwards disputed. 
for 5,00O,OO0Z. read 50,000,000Z. 
Goodwin, Harvey : for 1889 read 1840 
life. Gray, Sir James : for until his death read until 1770 

Gregory, William : for for many years till 1783 read for three months in 1782 
IS f.e. Grey, Sir George : after local powers. tJiaert He was made K.C.B. in 1848. 
for 1899 read 1898 
for 1896 read 1897 
Grey, Sir Henry G. , 3rd Earl Grey : for 1807 read 1806 

for Mr. G. A. Grey read his nephew Mr. Albert H. G. Grey 
after Earl Grey. i7i8ert He was made K.G. in 1868 and G.C.M.G. in 1869. 
Groivenor, Hugh L., Ist Duke of Westminster : for elected read created 
Halford, Sir Henry St. J. : after issue insert His brother John succeeded him 

for luB death read his brother's death 
Hall, Sir Charles: for At the general election of July 1892 read At a by-election 

in Aug. 1892 
Hall, William E.: for 1886 read 1866 
Hamerton, Philip G. : after establishment insert in 1869 

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387 ii 22 Harbord, "William : for in 1672, when he read in 1661, when he was returned to 
the House of Commons for Clifton, Dartmouth, and Hardness borough. In 
1672 he 
389 ii 30 Hardinge, Sir Arthur E. : after colonel-commandant, insert He was made colonel 

of the Coldstream Guards on 25 Feb. 1890. 
395 i 12 /.e. Harris, George: for deputy court judge read deputy county court judge 
400 i 29 Haughton, Samuel : for M.D. Cantab. 1880 read Cambridge 1881 
404 ii 18 f.e. Hawksley, Thomas : after civil engineer, insert son of John Hawksley by his wife, 

Mary Whittle 
417 i 17 Heurtley, Charles A. : after 1872 insert and with a canonry of Christ Church, 

Oxford, till his death 
434 i 28 Holden, Hubert A. : for College read School 

ii 28-34 Note that it was not the subject of this article but Dr. Benjamin Hall 

Kennedy [q. v.] who projected the ' Sabrinse Corolla.' At Dr. Kennedy's 
invitation Dr. Henry Holden, cousin of the subject of this article, 
assisted in the preparation of the third and fourth editions, issued in 
1867 ajid 1890 respectively. 
438 i 14 f.e. HoUoway, Sir Charles : for and settled read and retiring from the army in 1824, 

settled 
444 i 4 Hort, Fenton J. A. : for placed fifth read bracketed third 

447 ii 8 f.e. Hoste, Sir George C. : for the battles of Quatre Bras on the 16th, and Waterloo 
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12 i 17 Humphry, Sir George M. : for On the death read After the retirement 

18 ii 6-7 Hunter, Sir William W. : for over the Valley of the White Horse, read along the 

valley of the Upper Tliames. 

19 ii 12f.e. Hutton, Richard H. : for 1841 read 1846 

20 i 4 for the unitarian magazine read the unitarian weekly journal 

B-lf.e. /or This journal they continued .... towards the close of 1864, 7'eacZ Owing 

to change in his theological position Hutton retired from the joint editor- 
ship of the journal, shortly before its cessation in 1864. 

21 i 5 for Mr. Meredith read Mr. Meredith Townsend 

22 i 14-15 for giving up all society .... friends, read but he saw his friends at the 

' Spectator ' Office or at his club, and kept up a regular coiTespondence 

with them. 
2b omit his cousin 

27 after Kobert Roscoe insert and first cousin of Button's first wife 

30 ii '.» Huxley, Thomas H. : for 1881 read 1883 

31 i 5 after 1883 by insert his son-in-law, 

8 for two daughters read four daughters and after Mrs. Waller insert Mrs. 

Shawcross, Mrs. Roller 
12 for 1874 read 1875 

88 ii 4 fe. Jennings, Louis J. : after 1886 insert and again in 1892 
47 i 26-27 Jones, William B. : omit (whose surname was originally Tickkll) 
52 ii 6 Jowett, Benjamin: /or the present Archbishop read Frederick Temple, after- 
wards Archbishop 

61 ii 10 /.e. Kerr, Schomberg H., 9th Marquis of Lothian: for 1887-8 read 1887-90 

62 i 20 Kettle, Sir Rupert A. : for 1891) read 1894) 

70 i 20-21 Knatchbull-Hugessen, Edward H., 1st Baron Braboume : for till 1866 with the 

exception . . . when he was read till 1866, when he became 
77 i 88 Laing, Samuel : for 1872 read 1873 

88 ii 15 /.e. Layard, Sir Austin H. : /or Aberdeen University read Marischal College, Aber- 

deen 
9/.e. ' for and from 12 Feb. to 18 Aug. read For a few weeks in Feb. 1852 he had 
7 f.e. for Lord Palmerston read Lord Granville 

86 i 16 Leathes, Stanley : for Addington read Caddington 

89 i 18 /.p. Leighton, Frederic, Baron Leighton : for 1866 read 1864 

94 ii 10 /.e. Liddell, Henry G. : for George Canning read Charles Jolm Canning 
104 ii 10 Loch, Henry B., 1st Baron Loch : after year insert when he was made C.B. 

23 after Victoria, insert He was made G.C.M.G. on 24 May 1887. 

109 ii 37-38 Lockwood, Sir Frank : omit ' going out " in political economy 
lis ii 5/.P. Lumsden, Sir Harry B. : a/<er 1878. msrr^ He became lieutenant-general 1 Dec. 
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113 ii 2-1 f.e. Lumsden, Sir Harry B. : for with the honorary rank of lieutenant-general, read 

He was promoted general 1 Jan. 1880. 
120 i 25 Mackenzie, Colin : oinit He was also created a C.B. 

ii 14 f.e. after Mackenzie insert who was made C.B. in 1867, 

128 ii 2 f.e. McLachlan, Thomas H. : o?7ii^ banker 

l.l. omit at Carbury Hall 

129 i 1 for Darlington on 16 March 1845. read on 16 March 1845 at Darlington, 

where his father was manager of the branch of the National Provincial 
Bank. 
131 ii 13 f.e. McMurdo, Sir William M . 8. : after the retired list insej-t being subsequently in 
1893 made G.C.B. 
Mangles, Boss D. : for 1866 read 1874 

Manuche, Cosmo : for which are written read which, according to Percy, were 
written 
after Ashby itisert according to Percy's account 

after Manuche. insert But of all these pieces only the comedy called ' The 
Feast ' is still known to be in the library at Castle Ashby, together with 
an unsigned poem in another hand, which is ascribed to Manuche in the 
catalogue. 
Martin, Sir William F. : for 1859 read 1858 

after done, insert On 28 June 1861 Martin became K.C.B. 
Martineau, James : for (cf. his five articles .... p. 185 sq.) read (cf. his article 
on Bentham's ' Deontology,' Monthly Repository, September 1884) 
omit Martineau, 

for he read Martineau, who was much consulted by the latter 
for March 1851) read No. xxvi. May 1851) 
for For five years after the removal (1853) read For three and a half years 

after the removal (7 Feb. 1854-Oct. 1857) 
for every week read once a fortnight 
Massie, Thomas L. : after 1866, insert being placed on the retired list in that year, 
Maxse, Frederick A. : omit with the rank 

for of admiral in 1867 read in 1867, becoming rear-admiral in 1875 
for Middlesex read Tower Hamlets 
Millais, Sir John E. : for (2 parts, read (4 parts, 

Milne, Sir Alexander : after both orders, insert He was promoted vice-admiral 
13 April 1865, and admiral 1 April 1870. 
1S5 ii 14-15 Moncreiff, James, 1st Baron Moncreiff : for James Patten [q. v.] read George 

Patton [q. v.] 
187 i 6-7 Monier- Williams, Sir Monier: for He was created a K.C.I.E. read He was 
knighted in 1866 and became K.C.I.E. 
Monsell, William, Baron £mly : o7nit from 1866 to 1868 he acted as 

for February read December 
Muirhead, James P. : for Patrick Muirhead, minister of Dysart, was read Patrick 
Muirhead was minister of Dysart. His father was 
after youth insert and was the subject of one of Raeburn's finest portraits 
Murray, Sir Charles A. : for In 1838 read On 7 July 1887 
for a few months later read on 2 June 1888 
for 1844 read 81 Dec. 1844 

after Naples, insert He was extra groom-in-waiting to the queen from his 
retirement from the mastership of the household till his death. 
Napier, Sir Francis, 9th Baron Napier : for Constantinople read St. Petersburg 

and Constantinople 
Newman, Francis W. : for 1829 read 1880 
Newton, Sir Charles T. : for 1858 read 1852 

for 1854 he was consul read 1858 he was acting consul 

for In 1860 he was named consul read From 10 Juno 1859 to 16 Jan. 1861 
he was consul 
Orton, Arthur : for Queensland read New South Wales 
17/.'?. Palmer, Arthur: for The lieod mastt^r read The principal 
16 f.e. for Arthur Dobson read William Dobson 

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Pender, Sir John : for 1865-6 read 1862-6 

for John read (Sir) John 
Pitman, Sir Isaac : for first read first in 1835, and secondly, 

for and left read by whom he left 
Pitt-Rivers, Augustus H. L. F. : for till his death read till 1896 
Plume, Thomas : for Plumean read Plumeian 
Pole, William : for until his death read until August 1899 
omit was 

for a setting read an arrangement for four hands 
Potter, Thomas B. : for Burle read Buile 

for now known as ' Potter & Norris.' read successively known as ' Potter & 
Norris ' and * Potter & Taylor.' 
Price, Bartholomew : after Pembroke insert taking holy orders 
for 1891 read 1892 

after the college, insert With the mastership went a canonry of Gloucester. 
334 i ISf.e. Ryder, Dudley F. S., 3rd Earl of Harrowby: for Defeated at the general 
election of April 1859, read Defeated at Stafford at a by-election in Aug. 1860, 
28 Ryle, John C. : for until his death read until his resignation on 1 March 1900. 
He died 
8/.c^ Salvin, Oshert : for Trinity College read Trinity Hall 
2 Stansfeld, Sir James : for Moorlands read Akeds Road 

9 for James Ralph read John Ralph 

10 for independent 7'ead unitarian 
28 Stephens or Stevens, Thomas : for is described read was doubtless son of Thomas 

Stevens of Bushton, in the parish of Clyffe Pipard, Wiltshire. He has 
been described 
30-32 for he may therefore be identified .... Dorset, read this place has been 

erroneously identified with Bourton, Dorset. Stevens 
Torrens, Henry W. : for 11 Aug. read 16 Aug. 
15 f.e. Victor, F. F., Prince Gleichen : for 1867 read Jan. 1866 
Victoria, Queen : for 14 Jan. read 29 Jan. 

for Six days later read Nine days earlier 

for Shadborough read Shugborough 

for the old tory statesman Lord Liverpool read the tliird earl of Liverpool, 

half-brother of the tory statesman, and himself a politician of ability 
for Newell Grange read Hewell Grange 
for six read eight 

before Marchioness of Normanby insert Countess of Mulgrave, afterwards 
for leader read speaker 

for His father read His half-brother (Alexander I) 
for 1843 read 1844 
for 1838 read 1837 

for Lord Derby read Lord Stanley, afterwards Lord Derby 
for Liverpool read [the third earl of] Liverpool 
for in impotent rage read angrily 

for foreign politics read political questions « 

for 200Z. read 250i. 
for (Longman read (Laughton 

for the duke read the inauguration of the Commonwealth at Sydney on 

1 Jan. 1901 
omit in the Australian parliament house 
for she exchanged in later years for patience ; read she abandoned in later 

years altogether ; 
after Donizetti, insert Handel and Bach bored her ; 
omit Handel and 

for Principal TuUoch read the Rev. Dr. Tulloch 
for Strafford House read Stafford House 
Wauchope, Andrew G. : after colonel, insert being made C.B. in 1889, 
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