DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY
EEEATA IN VOLUME XXXVI MALTHUS MASON
N.B. /.<?. stands tor from end and l.l. for last line Page Col. Line 8 i 16 Malverne, John : for (d. 1415 1} read (d. 1414 ?)
28-29 for He seems to have died .... 1415. read He died before November 1414
(44th Rep. Dep. Keeper, p. 556). 82 for iv. read ix.
ii 7 for MS. 57, ff. 186-8 read MS. 59, ff. 186-9
8 for ' Consilium contra Pestem ' read ' Remedium contra Pestilenciam '
18 ii 8/.e. Manby, Thomas : for (1766 ? read (1769
2/.e. a/ier admiral, insert born 1 Jan. 1769,
20 i 15 f.e. for 18 June read 13 June
14 f.e. for in 1800 Miss Hamond read in 1810 Miss Julia Hamond
5 f.e. after France insert Norfolk Archaeology, vol. iii. p. 130
21 i 18 Mandeville, Bernard : for 1785 read 1685
35 ii Sf.e. Manley, Mrs. Mary de la Eiviere : for (1672 ? read (1663
l.l. for about 1672 read 7 April 1663 (Sloane MS. 1708, f. 117)
38 ii 20 f.e. Manley, Thomas : for (ft. 1670) read (1628-1690)
19 f.e. after 1628 insert third son of George Manley of Lack, Cheshire, by Eliza-
beth, daughter of Eichard Lee of Lee Magna, Kent. He
18-17 for In the preceding year read He became king's counsel 18 Sept. 1672. In
89 i 6 after 1669 insert in c Usury at Six per Cent.'
17 f.e. after literature, insert Manley died 22 March 1690, and was buried in St.
Margaret's Church, Rochester. His wife, Jane, was daughter of Richard Lee. ii 19-20 Manlove, Edward : for is separately noticed, read was possibly father of Timothy
Manlove [q. v.]. 26 Manlove, Timothy : for (1638-1699) read (d. 1699)
28 for son read grandson
29 omit in 1633
46 ii 5 Manners, Charles, 4th Duke of Rutland : for elder read eldest
49 i 18 f.e. Manners, Francis, 6th Earl of Rutland : after Cambridge, insert With them he
was admitted a fellow-commoner of Christ's College in 1594-5. 51 ii 12 Manners, John, 8th Earl of Rutland : for 1545-6 read 1645-6 53 i 11-14 Manners, John, Marquis of Granby: for He appears to have been in Germany .... (ib. p. 201). read On the outbreak in July 1758 of the Seven Years' War Granby went to Germany in command of a brigade of cavalry. 16 for at the head of the blues read in command of the second line of
21-22 omit Granby and Sackville .... but
23 f.e. after hard drinking insert though the prince was a most abstemious, even-
ascetic man and the sternest of disciplinarians