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DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY

ERKATA IN VOLUME XLIV PASTON - PEKCY

N.B. f.e. stands for from end and l.l. for last line Page Col. Line

5 1 4/.e. Paston, Robert, 1st Earl of Yarmouth : for 1676 read 1675 86 i 13 Paton, Mary A. : for WOODS read WOOD and so through the article 48 ii 11 Patrick, John : for Shircross read Thriscross

44 i 6 f.e, Patrick, Richard : for the following year was read 1794 became

8 f.e. for in February read on 9 Feb.

2/.e. after published insert ' The Adventures of a Hull Eighteenpenny Token*

(anon.), 1811; 'Geographical, Commercial, and Political Essays ' (anon.),

1812; and

45 i 8f.e. Patrick, Simon (d. 1613) : for i. 496 read ii. 496 47 i 8 Patrick, Simon (1626-1707) : omit [see VAUGHAN]

66 i 12-10 Patton, Philip: for ROBERT PATTON .... was entitled read ROBERT PATTON

f.e. (1742-1812) who entered the army of the East India Company ; became

governor of St. Helena, and died at Wallington, Hampshire, in 1812. His

daughter married Sir Henry Torrens [q. v.J He published (with Charles

Patton's preface)

1.1. after Brit. Mus. Cat. insert CONOLLY, Fifiana, p. 82 ; GOUBLAY, Anstruther,

p. 112 ; ADAM, Political State of Scotland, p. 124 68 ii 21 Paul (d. 1098) : for Settringham read Settrington

69 ' Paul Earl of rkne y ( d - 10 ") : f r at read in

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77 ii 20-19 Paul, William (1678-1716) : for installed read instituted

f.e. 81 i 18-19 Paulet, Sir Amias (d. 1538) : for By her he left .... other children, read Sir

Hugh Paulet [q. v.] is said to have been his son.

89 i 15 f.e. Paulet, Sir Hugh : for was the eldest read is said to have been the eldest 102 i 35 Pazton, George : for accepted the call of read was ordained to 14 f.e. for the synod read the anti-burgher

18 f.e. for seceders read synods

117 ii 22-21 Payne, Peter: for 6. 'Petri Anglici .... ecclesise ' read He has been wrongly f.e. credited with the ' Speculum Aureum ' of Paul Anglicus [q. v.]

124 i 26 Payne, William (1650-1696) : for (1693) read (1693, 2nd ed. 1708)

125 ii 19 Payne, William H. S. : after Drury Lane insert (1833-95)

129 i 30 Paynell, Thomas : for Cayley read Caley

130 ii 12 Peabody, George : for his native state, Maryland, read Maryland, the state where

he lived.

131 i 8 f.e. Peach, Charles W. : for Maleson read Mabson

131 ii 15/.e. Peacham, Edmond: after traitor, insert seems to have been the Edmond Peacham, born about 1554 at Barton, Northamptonshire, who matriculated as a sizar from Christ's College, Cambridge, in June 1575, was ordained deacon in 1580 (aged 26) and priest in 1581, and became vicar of Eidge, Hertfordshire, on 22 July, 1581. He

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