DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY
EBKATA IN VOLUME XXVII
N.B. -/.e. stands tor from end and l.l. for last line Page Ool. Line
2 ii l.l. Hindmarsh, Robert : Note that ' The Trial of the Spirits ' was not by Hindmarsh,
but was an attack on his ' Vindication of Swedenborg ' by the Rev. WilUam 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: for Poor read le Poer
35 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 f.e. Hobhouse, Sir Benjamin: omit wheat
48 ii 53-54 Hobhouse, John C., Baron Broughton : for Horse Guards read House of Lords 59 ii 85 Hodges, Edward E. : 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 30 Hodgson, Mrs. Margaret : for Sharrow read Sharow 98 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
125 ii 10/1' \ Holdsworth Richard : for the Poor read le Poer
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 86 Holland, Henry (1588-1650 ?) : omit the line 147 ii 19 f.e. Holland, John, Duke of Exeter : for house read church
14 f.e. for 8 July read in Aug. and for two months read a month
156 ii 32 Holland, Sir Thomas, 1st Earl of Kent : for Oruyk read Creyk
44 omit Plantagenet
48-49 omit In his absence .... married