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ERRATA VOLUME XLII

Page Col. Line 57 j 9 O'Halloran, Sir Joseph : for in Connaught Terrace -read 42 Connaught Square

18 for Bayley read Bayly

63 ii 3 O'Hara, James, Lord Kilmaine : for 201 read 121 77 ii 24 Okely, Francis : omit [q. v.] 108 i 8 f.e. Oldfield, Thomas : for her read his 110 ii 9 Oldham, John (1653-1683) : after rate, insert An edition by Robert Bell appeared

in 1854.

139 ii 4 Oliphant, Sir William (1551-1628) : after WILLIAM insert LORD NEWTON 151 i 30 Oliver, Thomas (d. 1624) : after Cambridge, insert He is probably the Thomas Oliver who matriculated as pensioner from Christ's College, Cambridge, in Nov. 1569 153 ii 29-31 Oliver, William (1659-1716) : for His rules , . . and a discourse read Oliver's

discourse

36 for Sir Hans Sloane read James Petiver [q. v.J

169 i 24 f.e. O'Malley, Grace : for Ui read Ni and for ui read ni 178 i 6 O'More, Eory : after Oge insert or O'More (d. 1578) [q. v.] 184 i 35 O'Neill, Daniel : for Kirckhoven read Kirkhoven

21-17 for but apparently he had . . . died young, read The son Harry to whom

f.e. reference is made in the ' Clarendon State Papers ' was no doubt his wife's

son Harry by her second husband, John Poliander Kirkhoven ; he subse- quently became Baron Wotton and Earl of Bellomont (see under KIRKHOVEN, CATHARINE, Lady Stanhope and Countess of Chesterfield). 194 i 18 f.e. O'Neill, Hugh: for 1605 read 1600 208 i 8 O'Neill, Sir Phelim : for Statement read Settlement

19-20 O'Neill, Shane, 2nd Earl of Tyrone : omit second EARL OF TYRONE 238 i 14 Ord, John W. : for Langburgh read Langbargh 18 for Boyce read Boyne

248 ii 15 Ordish, Eowland M. : for Great Western read South Western

249 i 30 O'Eeilly, John B. : for its newspaper read their newspaper 264 i 22 Ornsby, George : for Book read Books

267 i 2 O'Bourke, Tiernan : for eight read eighteen

276 ii 28-34 Osbaldeston, Eichard : omit Archdeacon Moss . . . Bishops, ii. 69). 279 i 25 Osbern, Claudianus : after Canterbury [q. v.] insert^ The ' Panormia ' is identical with a work entitled 'Thesaurus Novus Latinitatis,' which was edited by A. Mai in ' Classici Auct. e Vat. Cod.' Borne 1886, torn. viii. (of. W. MAYER in Das Rheinische Museum, vol. xxix., and LOEWE, Prodromus Corp. Gloss. Lat. 1876, p. 240).

295 ii 9-8/.. Osborne, Sir Thomas, 1st Earl of Danby and Duke of Leeds : for to warrant his nomination as member read (It was Henry Osborne and not, as is often stated, Thomas Osborne who was nominated a member 6 f.e. for 1667. read 1667).

298 ii 22 for leaner Dick read leaner, Dick, ' ,.

800 ii 82-83 for December read October

823 i . 18 f.e. Oswald, Saint (d. 972): for (d. 972) read (d. 992) 847 i 29 Otway, Thomas (1652-1685): for Introducing himself read During the previous

year, 1671, introducing himself

21 f.e. after plays, insert When Mrs. Behn's ' Forc'd Marriage ' was published, in

1671, ' Mr. Westwood ' figures in the part of the king in the cast of characters. 350 i 21 f.e. after the world.' insert This portrait is at Bretby Castle, Derbyshire. An

engraving by Mr. W. J. Alais was published by Dr. Grosart in 1880. 352 i 8/.e. for W. T. Thornton read Thomas Thornton

ii 28-49 Otway, Thomas (1616-1693) : for is said to have been born in Wiltshire . . . D.D. from Trinity College, Dublin, read born at Alderbury, Wiltshire, on 1 Nov. 1616, was son of George Otway, vicar of that place. The father, who was apparently first cousin of Humphrey Otway, father of Thomas Otway, the dramatist, graduated B.A. 1599-1600 and M.A. 1603 from Christ's College, Cambridge. Thomas, the future bishop, was educated at Winchester, and was admitted a sizar of Christ's College, Cambridge, on 13 June 1632, 'aged 15.' He graduated B.A. 1685-6 and M.A. in 1689, afterwards taking the degree of D.D. at Trinity College, Dublin

7 f.e. after i. 257). insert He was rector of St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, June 1663-

June 1664, and of Etchingham, Sussex, June 1664-1670.

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