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ERRATA VOLUME XXXIII

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857 ii 21 Listen, Bobert : for fifty-third read fifty-fourth

364 ii 19-21 Littledale, Richard F. : for ' Unity and the Rescript ... the A.P.U.C.,' 1864. read ' The North Side of the Altar,' 1864 (3rd edition, 1865).

378 * l ?f.t \ Little ton, Sir Thomas : for 1402 read 1422 ii 12-13 omit under the . . . Earl of Warwick

884 ii 10 Livingstone, Charles : for 1874 read 1864 892 i 44-45 Livingstone, David : for Barrup read Burrup

14 f.e t for Hugh read Henry

896 ii 13 /.<?. Livingstone, George, 3rd Earl of Linlithgow : for the Restoration read the

Revolution 403 i 5/.e, Livingstone, Sir Thomas, Viscount Teviot : for 1796 read 1696

408 ii 3 Lloyd, Sir Charles : for Bronghill read Brochwel

409 ii 11 f.e. Lloyd, Charles (1748-1828) : for seven read the first seven

10 f.e. for remained in manuscript read appeared in 1810 (Birmingham, 12mo)

410 ii 10/>. Lloyd, Charles (1766-1829) : for 63 read 62

5 f.e. for he had no issue, read with Sara Maria Smith he had issue a scto, Francis

Vaughan Lloyd, born at Palgrave 14 Oct. 1811.

416 ii 9 Lloyd, David (1635-1692) : for Abergeley read Abergele

417 i 31 Lloyd, David (d. 1714 ?) : for (d. 1714 ?) read (d. 1716 ?)

ii 5-6 for and to have died suddenly read He was alive in 1716 and seems to have

died 420 ii 9 Lloyd, George : for Wurall read Wirrall

83 Lloyd, Sir Godfrey : for Bronghill read Brochwel

428 ii 28 f.e. Lloyd, Julius : for a wrangler read twenty-second wrangler

429 i 33 Lloyd, Ludovic : before was, according insert was fifth son of Oliver Lloyd, lord

of the manor of Marrington, by his wife Gwenllian, daughter of Griffith ap Howel

ab leuan Blayney of Gregynog. He 481 ii 8-10 Lloyd, Sir Richard (1606-1676) : for born in 1606 . . . Shropshire, read was called

' of Esclys ' (History of Powys Fadog, iii. 82). 440 i 2-4 Lloyd, William Forster : for was the only son ... born in 1794. read born in

1794, was son of Thomas Lloyd, rector of Aston-sub-Edge, Gloucestershire, and

younger brother of Charles Lloyd, bishop of Oxford [q. v.].

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