ERRATA VOLUME XXXIII
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187 ii 6 Lewis, John : for Rochester ' read the Cathedral Church of Rochester '
7 for 1723 read 1717 and after 8vo insert by Richard Rawlinson [q. v.]
198 ii 6f.e. Lewis, William (1592-1667) : for Richard Price read Theodore Price
199 ii 20 f.e. Lewis, William (d. 1855 ?) : for (d. 1855 ?) read (1787-1870)
19 f.e. after chess-player, insert born 6 Oct. 1787,
2-l/.e. for Lewis is believed .... 1855, i. 442). read Lewis died 22 Aug. 1870
(Illustrated London News, 26 Nov. 1870).
208 i 54-55 Lexinton, John de : for Monastice read Monastici 205 ii 24 Ley, James, 1st Earl of Mar Iborough : for. -Witton read. Wilton , 210 ii 23' Leybourne, Roger de: /or ; Whitsand.?-mcnVitsani ' '- U /
228 i * "84 Light, Edward : for (d. 1832 ?) read (1747-1832)
40 omit is said to have
y fa' \ for harp-lute read lute-harp
229 ii 34 Light, William : 'for Light was the author of readTTo Light have been erroneously
attributed two books by Sir Henry Light, viz.
36 for and published read William Light himself published
251 i 18 f.e. Lilburne, Robert: for university read college
ii 51-52 Lillingston, 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 Bottes-
ford, Lincolnshire; the elder Lillingston had purchased a moiety of Bottesford manor after it had been forfeited to the parliament by his father-in-law, Dolman. Luke 258 ii 8 Lillo, George : for princess of Wales read princess royal
255 ii 12 f.e. Lilly, Christian: for Barbadoes reatf Barbados
256 i 17 for Buston read Beeston
258 i 18 f.e. Lilly, William: for 1 May 1602 read 30 April 1602 (Sloane MS. .1707, f. 12 6).
ii 22 for Grace read Ellen
267 ii 25 Linacre, Thomas : for 1510 read March 1510-11
35-38 for He possibly received them ... (in 1515?) read It was concerning
Linacre's preferment to Hawkhurst that Ammonius wrote to Erasmus. in 1511
274 ii 9-7 f.e. Lind, Johanna M., known as Jenny : for Among the many provincial engage- aj*gr. ments . . . the Norwich Festival, read She had immense success at' 1 a concert
which she gave at Norwich in 1849. -$
278 i 8f.e. Lindley, John: after works, insert His son Sir Nathaniel, afterwards Lord Lindley, became a judge. k nfl fl03 a ^ ;
281 i 6 Lindsay, Alexander, 1st Lord Spynie : for the accused read the accuser
282 ii 5 Lindsay, Alexander, 2nd Lord Spynie : for Tibbermuir read Tippermuir 287 ii 5 f.e. Lindsay, Colin, 3rd Earl of Balcarres : for Salton read Saltoun
299 ii 18 f.e. Lindsay, George, 3rd Lord Spynie: for dormant read extinct j I - \<& ,
804 ii 6 Lindsay, John, 1st Earl of Lindsay: for 1651-2 read 1641-2 <JL \$i i
308 ii 17 Lindsay, Ludovic, 16th Earl of Crawford : for Crawfurd read .Crawford :
809 i 20 for 12 Oct. read 19 Oct.
" 24 /or 1668 read 1658 -4 rat- aoaraH ^ju^??;!' I ..
310 i 26 Lindsay, Patrick, 6th Lord Lindsay of the Byres : for the murder read Darnley's.
murder ^>jjf f >i
812 ii 39 Lindsay, Patrick (1566-1644) : for rector read minister : , '
815 i 26 Lindsay, William, 18th Earl of Crawford : for 1695 read 1685
817 ii 9-10 Lindsell, Augustine : for Bumstead- Steeple read Steeple-Butnpstead
323 i 2 Lingard, John : for Huntinf ord read Huntingf ord
887 ii 28 Lionel of Antwerp, Duke of Clarence : for Bernabys read Galeazzo's
i 6 f.e. Lisle, Alice : before in insert and
842 u 6 I"isle, John: for named Thomas Macdonnell read known as Thomas Macdonnell
(see art. MACCAKTAitt, WILLIAM) < r*j*J*i
843 i 87-38 Lwle, Samuel : for his predecessor . . . Baker, read a predecessor in the warden-
ship, Dr. William Baker: [q. v.],
'I ' }' lisle, William: for 1579 read 1569
850 i 41-42 Lister, Martin: omit on the recommendation of Edward Lhuyd [q. T.]