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ERRATA VOLUME XXXV

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196 ii 26 Maclaurin, Colin : omit (1753-1821) [q. v.J

206 i 4/.e. Macleay, Sir William : o-mit first

211 ii 3 McLennan, John F. : for who survives him read who died in 1896

16-18 for has since been continued . . . towards completion, read and then by that

of William Robertson Smith [q. v.], was completed by McLennan's widow and Mr. Arthur Platt, and published in 1896. 228 i 28 Macmahon, Sir Thomas W. : for 1800) read 1860) 231 i , . 8 Macmillan, Daniel : for 1858 read 1885

1C f.e. a/ter"Alexanaer insert (181-8-1896) ft (J

288 ii 25 f.e. Macmoyer, Florence : for given read sold for 200Z. 244 ii 19 f-e. MacNally, Leonard : for 1778 read 1787 248 i 11 McNeill, Duncan, Baron Colonsay : omit and the title became extinct

259 i 33 Macpherson, Ewen : for Maitland Club read Spalding Club

260 i 27-28 for through the good offices of read after being refused by

262 ii 25-26 Macpherson, James (1736-1796) : for Macpherson had again hinted at read Blair

referred to 80 for he read Macpherson

263 i 38 for 1762 read Dec. 1761

22 f.e. for by Blair read of his own

ii 10 f.e. for Strahan read Johnson

6 f.e. for 14 Oct. read 19 Oct.

264 ii 107 for He induced the government ... in the Jacobite rising, read The govern-

f e> ment offered him the lands of his relative Macpherson of Cluny, which had

been confiscated in the Jacobite rising, but he refused them in favour of the rightful heir.

lu . 5 f.e. for Kensington Gore read Manchester Buildings ;

267 i 26 after controversy insert Cf. T. Bailey Saunders's Life and Letters of

Macpherson, 1895 275 i 29 Macqueen, Robert, Lord Braxfield: for St. George's Square read George

Square j^v,- \

277 i 9 Macrae, James : after p. 280 ; insert Cockburn's Memoirs, p. 8 ; 292 ii 44-45 Madden, Sir Frederic : for One of his sons read His eldest son 294 ii 6 f.e. Madden, Sir George A. : after painted insert in 1817

4 /' f or engraved read copied in oils

310 ii 21 f.e. Magauran, Edmund: for Russell read Pitzwilliam 316 i 21 f.e. Magee, William C. : for and in 1859 also read In May 1860 ? K

19-16 for Within a year .... Enniskillen. read He preached his first sermon there

f.e. 7 Oct. A month later (28 Nov. 1860) he was instituted to the Trinity

College living of Enniskillen. His association with Quebec Chapel finally ended in March 1861. 817 ii 10-11 for is in course of preparation read was published in 1896

20 Magellan, Jean H. de : for hardly possible read quite impossible 881 i 19 Maguire, John F. : for John Forster read William Edward Forster [q. v.] 340 ii 17 Maidstone, Bichard : after MSS. ; insert Wylie's, Henry IV, ii. 362, 868 ; 845 i 2 f.e. Maine, Sir Henry J. S. : for Frederick read Edgar 348 i 6-5 Mainwaring, Sir Philip : for Gowes-worth read Gaws-worth

f.e. 865 i 8 Maitland, John, 1st Duke of Lauderdale: for (d. 1698) read [see MURRAY,

ELIZABETH]

12 for Talmarsh read Tollemache

367 ii 16 Maitland, Sir Peregrine : for Caroline, daughter of George Dewar read Jane, daughter of General Mathew of Clanville, Hampshire

17 for a daughter read Lady Jane, third daughter

18 for Ancaster read Ancaster and Kesteven

19 for in 1777 read 6 July 1777

32 , after the passage of insert Bidassoa, at the battle of Nivelle and at the

'/> passage of

33 after (gold medal), insert also at the operations before Bayonne, at the action

of Bidart, and the passage of the Adour,

12 f.e. for and governor read He resigned on account of his aversion to the official

countenance given to heathen religious festivals. He was governor

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