ERRATA VOLUME XV
Page Col. Lin(!
78 i 38 Dilkes, Sir Thomas: for the following M^cn read March next year
ii 40 after whatever, insert He was li.i*. for Castle Martyr in the Irish House of
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
79 i 1-6 omit always wrote his name . , , , the s ; and
6 for the read The
li/.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 8 Dillon, Thomas, 4th Viscount Dillon : for Taflfe 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 and after 1853, insert and of the red in 1857,
91 i 17 Dillwyn, Lewis W. : for 1841 read 1837
92 ii 8 f.e. Dimsdale, Thomas : for member read tory member 98 i 6 for Essex read Hertfordshire
96 ii 87 Dirom, Alexander : after (Scots Mag. Iv, 412). insert He became major-general In 1809 and lieutenant-general in 1813.
100 ii 28 Disney, John : after contested insert as a liberal
101 i 2 f.e. Disney, William : for in 1807 read 28 March 1807
ii 12 Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield : for 6 John Street read 6 King's Eoad
(now 22 Theobald's Eoad) 5 f.e. for in 1834 read in January 1835
103 i 8-10 for Disraeli did not appear .... in due time read Disraeli pleaded guilty
11 after ment insert in the court of Queen's Bench 22 Oct. 1888
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
106 i 6 f.e. for November read December
107 ii 13 for forty-five read over fifty 113 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 Eoad, Bedford Eow (now 22 Theobald's Eoad).
119 i 34 for 1848 read 1847
120 i 12 f.e. Diss, Walter: after for some time insert before 26 April 1381 (see Gal. Pat.
Botul. Eic. II., i. 620)
122 ii 10 f.e. 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
37-38 for was canon of Eipon .... decease read became
89 after ton insert in 1825 and after York insert in 1831, canon of Eipon in
130 6/.e. Dixwell, John: after p. 849). insert He was again M.P. for Dover in the parlia-
ment of 1659. 8 for KENNET read KENNETT