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ERRATA VOLUME XLV

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205 ii 23 f.e. Phillips, John : after Library insert and at Britwell

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22 f.e. \ for Brookes read Brook

16 f.e.\ 210 ii 14 f.e. Phillips, Sir Eichard : after daughters, insert A portrait, by James Saxon, is in

the National Portrait Gallery.

218 ii 21 Phillips, Sir Thomas : for Court-y-hella read Court-y-bella 220 ii 26 Phillips, William (1731 ?-1781) : for Sir Grey read Sir Guy 225 i 17 Phillpotts, Henry : for palace read residence 243 ii 17 Pickering, Sir James: after p. 286). insert He was sheriff of Yorkshire in 1390 and

1398 (DRAKE, Eboracum, p. 392). 5 f.e. Pickering, John : for p. 62 read i. 62

245 ii 8 Pickering, William : after publisher, insert born on 2 April 1796,

246 i 38 after 1854 insert and was buried at Kensal Green

19 f.e. after subscription, insert He married in 1819 Mary Ann Gubbins (1796-1849),

by whom he had five daughters and one son.

262 ii 30 Pierrepont, Evelyn, 1st Duke of Kingston : for Evelyn was returned read Born

at Dean, Wiltshire, Evelyn was educated at Winchester and was admitted a

fellow-commoner of Christ's College, Cambridge, 19 May 1683. He was

returned

264 i 11 f.e. Pierrepont, Evelyn, 2nd Duke of Kingston: after Manvers insert [see art-

MEADOWS, SIR PHILIP] 4 f-e. for Manners read Manvers

280 ii 18 Pigot, George, Baron Pigot : for three read several 19 for viz. read among others

27 after aged 82. insert and (4) Leonora, who received a fortune under her

father's will and who married, 17 Oct. 1777, Claud Eussell, a member of the Madras Council ; to the memory of her and her husband there is a tablet in the north wall of Marylebone Church. 284 ii 24 Pigott, Nathaniel : for Hewit read Heworth

286 ii 3-2 Pigott, Robert : for (1766-1839) read (1766-1846)

f.e.

287 i 6 omit shortly after her death

7-8 omit another posthumous work,

8 after She insert died in July 1846, having by will dated 25 Nov. 1845,

ii 18-13 Pike, John D. G. : for In 1805 he was charged .... 1806, i. 206). read Subse- f.e. quently he appears to have taught geography and belles-lettres in the school at

Enfield. 289 i 11 Pike, Richard (fl. 1625) : for Foy read Fowey

292 ii 21 f.e. Pilkington, Sir Andrew : for a daughter read at Hayes on 9 May 1808, Maria

Elizabeth, daughter

19 f.e. for a daughter, afterwards read two daughters : Maria Georgina

18 f.e. after Hayley insert rector of Catsfield, in Sussex, on 15 July 1848, and

Louisa Elizabeth, married on 1 Sept. 1853 to Eichard Thomas Lee. 49-50 Pilkington, Francis : for (1570 ?-1625) read (1564 ?-1638) 3 f.e. after choir insert in 1578

l.l. for In 1628- read In 1612

293 i 1 omit 1624 and for chaunter read he was precentor

2 after Cathedral insert from 1623 till his death in 1638

23 after 1650 ?), insert also a chorister of Chester Cathedral, and

ii 22 Pilkington, Gilbert : after 1717 insert and again in 1718, 8vo 295 i 26 Pilkington, James: after Rivington. insert Many are in St. John's College,

Cambridge, and in the University Library.

29-33 for The only known portrait . . . taken in 1821. read It is a copy taken

partly from the remains of the original, which was damaged by fire in 1884, and is now in the possession of Lieutenant- Colonel John Pilkington at Sandown Park, near Liverpool, and partly from a copy made in 1821. ii 1 for youngest read younger

16. after Easington. insert He was buried at St. Oswald's, Durham, on 31 Oct.

1603.

18 after 1564. insert Several MSS. formerly belonging to him are at Sidney

Sussex College, Cambridge.

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