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ERRATA VOLUME XXVII

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279 ii 7 f.e. Hook, William : for and Wood .... saying read Wood says

290 ii 10 Hooker, Richard : for bishop of London read archbishop of Canterbury

294 ii 17 f.e. for Cambridge read Oxford

800 ii 4 Hoole, John : for tutor ' read tailor '

$03 i 16 Hooper, George : for Hooker read Hooper

54-55 for at the age of read aged nearly

306 ii 40-41 Hooper, John : omit Another collected edition .... two volumes. 311 ii 39 Hope, Mrs. Anne : after 1887. insert Mrs. Hope's ' First Divorce of Henry VIII'

was edited from her manuscript by F. A. Gasquet. S15 ii 25 Hope, Sir James (1614-1661) : after committees insert representing Scotland in

the English parliament of 1653 821 i 6 Hope, Sir John, Lord Craighall : for He was one read His brother, Sir James

Hope (1614-61) [q. v.], not himself, was one 322 i 26 Hope, John (1725-1786) : for 1871 read 1781

828 ii 16 Hope, John, 4th Earl of Hopetoun : for fifty-seven read fifty-eight 327 ii 41 Hope, Sir Thomas (d. 1646): after Edinburgh, insert Gardiner's History of

England, viii. 823, ix. 98. 828 i 1 Hope, Thomas (1770 ?-1831) : omit for

ii 15 after (1808-1862) insert for many years M.P. for the city of Gloucester

881 ii 18-17 Hope-Scott, James R. : for brother-in-law, read brother,

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383 ii 10 f.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

840 i 20 Hopkins, William (1793-1866) : for seventy-third read seventy-fourth 846 ii 4 Hopton, John : for Monks read Friars 11 for 1589 read 1529

18 for 1582 read 1542

347 i 4 f.e. Hopton, Ralph, Lord Hopton: for Vandry read Vaudry

8 f.e. for 1601 read 1598

354 i 17 Hornblower, Jonathan : for 1800) read 1780) 858 ii 17 f.e. Home, Richard H. : for Foggs read Foggo 869 i 8 Horner, Francis : for November read October 872 i 9 f.e. Horner, Leonard : after works insert with memoir

53-55 omit A biography .... 1848. 6.

888 ii 7 Horsley, Samuel : omit was

894 ii 14-12 Hosier, Francis : for Hosier left a widow .... Kichard Hart, read Hosier died f.e. intestate and without issue, his estate passing to his nephew Eichard Hosier.

898 i 26 Hoskins, John (1566-1638): for (GARDINER, Hist. 1603-16, pp. 163-4) read

(GARDINER, Hist, of England, ii. 246, 249)

899 ii 6 Hoskins, Sir John (1634-1705): for Hoekjns read Hoskins 405 i 9 Hotham, Charles : for Durand read Durant

11 Qg } Hotham, Sir Charles : for 1800 read 1806

405 ii Sf.e. Hotham, Durant: for (1619 ? read (1617?

4 f.e. after vol. ii.) He was admitted to Christ's College, Cambridge, 7 May 1632

aged 15.

406 i 29-30 Hotham, Sir Henry : for the second .... first lord Hotham read Beaumont

Hotham, second baron Hotham

407 i 25 omit and a daughter

87 Hotham, John (d. 1337) : for Cottenham read Cottingham

408 ii 82 Hotham, Sir John (d. 1645) : for the fleet read the Fleet prison 414 i 17 Hothby, John : for (fl. 1470) read, (d. 1487)

20-21 for and to have moved .... Florence, read but went to Lucca in 1467.

28 after seems insert also

27 after Spain, insert In 1486 he was invited to England by Henry VII He

died in 1487.

416 i 31 Hoton, Richard of : for Lynche read Lytham 418 ii 89 Hough, John : for ninety-third read ninety-second 424 ii 81 Housman, Robert : for son read nephew 430 ii 13 Hovenden, Robert : for iii. read iv.

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