DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY
EKRATA IN VOLUME XL MYLLAR NICHOLLS
N.B. /.e. stands lor from end and 1,1. for last line Page Col. Line
18 ii 15 Mynn, Alfred : for NATHANIEL read NICHOLAS
22 i 25 Nagle, Sir Richard : after Ireland, insert son of James Nagle of Clogher, 27 i 3 Nairne, John, 3rd Lord Nairne : for Caroline read Carolina 30 i 13 Nalson, John : for Conyng Street read Coney Street
18 for Peter Williams read Philip Williams
33 i 9 f.e. Napier, Sir Alexander- for 1636-7 read 1436-7
57 i 12 f.e. Napier, George : for 88 read 81
58 i 10 f.e. Napier, Sir Gerard : after brother, insert He was a commoner of Trinity College,
Oxford, in 1623-4.
75 i 9 f.e. Napier, Rohert C., Lord Napier of Magdala : for (1811 read (1810 100 i 7 Nash, Richard : after 1703 insert (cf. art. VENNEB, TOBIAS)
105 ii 18 f.e. Nash, Thomas : after 4to. insert It gives a rationalistic explanation of dreams and exposes many popular superstitions.
108 ii 17 f.e. after Library, insert Another imperfect copy, called ' The Choosing of Valen-
tines by Thomas Nashe,' is in Inner Temple MS. 538. A few of its opening lines were printed by Dr. Grosart and the whole by Mr. John S. Farmer for private circulation in 1899.
109 i 2 for Tanner MSS. read Tanner and Inner Temple MSS.
3-7 omit An indelicate poem .... Dr. Grosart.
Ill i 14-15 Nash, Treadway R. : for vicarage read rectory
114 ii 4 f.e. Nasmyth, Alexander : for 1778 read 1787
116 ii 30 Nasmyth, James : after foundry, insert In 1836 also he gave evidence on the arts and
principles of design before a select committee of the House of Commons (see Report, p. 28).
117 i 18 f.e. for Napier read Nasmyth
120 ii 14 Nassyngton, William : for Three read Ten
15 for viz. read including
128 ii 17 f.e. Naunton, Sir Rohert : for 22951 read 22591 141 i 14 f.e. Neale, Erskine : for Whycotte read Whychotte 143 ii 81 Neale, John M. : for 1841 read 1851
34-85 omit he was elected .... College, where
36 after tutor insert at Downing College (he was not elected fellow)
145 i 20 for the Jews read the Pews
33 for in read on
149 i 20 Neale, Walter : for was son read is erroneously said to have been son
25 after 149). read This Walter Neale, who married twice, died between 9 Oct.
1612, when he made his will, and 29 April 1618, when his will was proved (New England Hist, and Geneal. Beg. April 1898). The explorer's parentage is not known