ERRATA VOLUME XXV
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128 ii 4 Hastings, Frank A. : for 1861 read ed. Tozer, vols. vi., vii., 1877 ii 9 f.e. Hastings, George, 1st Earl of Huntingdon : for Moore read More
181 ii 1 Hastings, John, 2nd Baron Hastings : for Thomas read William
182 i 38 Hastings, John, 2nd Earl of Pembroke: for who read and and for 1839 read
5 f.e. Hastings, Laurence, 1st Earl of Pembroke : for 18 Feb. read 13 Oct. 188 ii 80 Hastings, Selina, Countess of Huntingdon : for same year she appointed read preceding year (1747) she had appointed
186 ii 11 f.e. Hastings, Warren : for 6 Dec. read 6 Dec. or 18 Dec. (N. S.)
187 i 17 f.e. 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).
145 i 7 f.e. for council read counsel
148 ii 7 Hastings, William, Lord Hastings : for Niddleham read Middleham 167 ii 13 f.e. Haughton, Sir Graves C. : for 1853 read 1835 172 ii 23 Hauteville, John de : for xiii read xv
179 ii 9 Havelock, Sir Henry : after Lady Havelock, insert who died on 25 Aug. 1882, 181 ' ii 23/.e. Havergal, William H. : omit in commendam 187 i 17 Haweis, Thomas : for now read and
18 after Chichester insert (1805-1891)
207 ii 19 Hawkins, Edward (1780-1867) : for 13 read 3 209 ii 2 Hawkins, Edward (1789-1882) : for still survives read survived and after him.
insert Mrs. Hawkins died 14 Jan. 1892. 230 ii 8-6 Hawkins, William (1673-1746) : for (or possibly .... in the books), read and was
f.e. called to the bar on 29 June 1707. 245 i 7 f.e. Hawley, Sir Joseph H. : for 100,000?. read about 48,OOOZ.
4-8 for really the property of his friend Stanley, read his friend John Massey
f.e. Stanley, afterwards Sir John Stanley Errington, was joint owner (Job
Marson, the Jockey, received 1,OOOZ.). ii 8 after losses, insert Wells, the winning jockey on Musjid and Bluegovvn, had
already won the same race on Beadsman. 9 for he read Hawley
10-14 omit The entire stakes .... Beadsman.
803 ii 80-31 Hayter, Charles : for still survives, read survived till June 1895. 812 ii 14 f.e. Hayward, Sir John : for 1600 read 1606
11-10 for mentioned by Lowndes .... now accessible, read is in the chapter
f.e. library at Peterborough.
881 i 17 f.e. Healey, John : for John Healey read an English Mercurye 16 f.e. after Blount insert and W. Barrett
13 f.e. omit with the addition ' by an English Mercury '
11-9 for is a, copy with the title .... London, n.d. 8vo. read there are three
340 i 23 Heath, Benjamin : for head-master of Eton, read head-master of Harrow 1771-85 ;
a younger son, George, became head-master of Eton in 1796. 345 i 1 Heath, Nicholas : for 1579) read 1578)
14 / e } f or Cobham read Chobham
15 f.e. for in the beginning of 1579. read at the end of 1578 (Loseley MSS.). 847 i 41 Heath, Sir Robert : for Heath himself read Sir John Coke [q. v.]
ii 7 for 1603-16, ii. 286 read 1603-42, iv.-vii.
37 for 1531 read 1631
856 i 12 Heber, Reginald : for 1773 read 1772
ii 5 f.e. 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 Carlisle, who took the additional name of Heber. and (2) Harriet, married to John Thornton, Esq. 361 /ii 26 f.e. Heddi : for HAEDDA read HEADDA
8^ ii 26-25 Hedges, Sir William : for Mythe, Gloucestershire, read The Mythe, near Tewkes- f.e. bury.
372 i 35 Helps, Sir Arthur : for eldest son read youngest son 37 for Annie Plucknett read Ann Frisquet