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403 i 28 for was probably the read has been wrongly stated to be

20-07 for and was born .... Elizabeth read This couple only married in 1597

when the poet was about 80. Campion's connexion with the Witham family is not clear

19 /.. for at home read at Cambridge (cf. CLERKE'S Polimantcia, 1595)

11 f.e. for He appealed read He was entered at Gray's Inn in 1586 but before 1595

withdrew from the society. He was writing verse in 1598, but 6-4/.<?. for The book is one .... early bibliographers read No copy seems now

accessible ii 15-16 for we lose sight . . . when he read In January 1606-7 Campion

24-25 for and in 1610 .... accompaniments read Already in 1601 he had

published ' A Booke of Ayres.' There followed without date, probably in 1618, ' Two Bookes of Ayres.'

26 for in 1612 read about 1617

27 for Next year read In 1612 18-17 for of the same year read 1613

/>. 12-11 for During the same year read About 1617

f.e.

404 i 15 for Campion's publications . . . collected read Campion's works (save the

treatise on counterpoint) were collected by Mr. A. H. Bullen in 1889, and

his lyric gift is now generally acknowledged to give him a very high place

among the song-writers of his age.

23 before Brit. Mus. Cat. insert Mr. Bullen's Introduction to the Works of

Dr. Thomas Campion, 1889. 412 i 4 Canne, John : for 1649 read 1649-50

80 after Overton insert [q. v.], who must be distinguished from the pamphleteer

Kichard Overton [q. v.]

81 for he read Canne

414 i Sf.e. Canning, Charles J., Earl Canning : for the spring of 1851 read February 1832 417 ii 2 f.e. after death insert He had been make K.S.I, on the institution of the order

in 1861 421 i IQf.e. Canning, George : for Newport read Newtown

ii 4-7 for In 1796 . . . Wendover read In 1796, when he exchanged Newtown for

Wendover, Canning was made under-secretary of state for foreign affairs. He held that post till 1799, when he became a commissioner of the board of control and (1800-1) was paymaster-general. He was M.P. for Tralee (1802-6), for Newtown again (1806-7), arid for Hastings (1807-12) 8-9 for From 1799 to 1801 .... Ellis read From September 1797 to July 1798

he contributed to the ' Anti-Jacobin or Weekly Examiner ' with Ellis 11 omit contributed

28 omit such was

29-82 for that we only wonder .... in the following July read was great. The

' Anti-Jacobin or Weekly Examiner ' was continued after July 1798 as the ' Anti-Jacobin Keview,' a monthly magazine, which lasted till 1821

85-36 for and sister to the Duchess of Portland read (Her sister married in 1795

William Henry Cavendish Scott Bentinck, Marquis of Titchfield, who became Duke of Portland in 1809)

  • 22 i 85 for at war read for war and the colonies

41 for the fall read the course

425 i 41-42 for his only son in the previous April read his eldest son in the previous

March 9 after Harwich insert In 1826-7 he was M.P. for Newport, and in 1827 for

Seaford 11-12 for fifteen read thirteen

427 i 18 f.e. omit his relative

428 i| 30 for 27 Jan. read 5 Jan. 1827

for marquis Clanricarde read marquis of Clanricarde 448 ii 7-9 Canning, Stratford, Viscount Stratford de Redcliffe : omit on the second

occasion .... the Bath 445 i 11 Cannon, Robert : for 1707 read 1707-8

Cantelupe, Thomas de: omit He was the last canonised Englishman

457 i 38 Canton, John : after Electricity ; insert the Crtoton papers, ' Atheneum, ' 1849, pp. 5, 162, 875 ;

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