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ERRATA VOLUME XII

Page Col. Line 44 i 22 Constable, Sir Marmaduke : for Milton read Hilton

23 f.e. after Yorkshire insert and in that of 1544-5 for Warwickshire

46 ii 87 Constable, Sir William : for Yorkshire read York

47 ii 9 f.e. Constantino II : for Bernacia read Bernicia

48 ii 6 for Borough-on-the-Humber read Brough-on-the-Humber

50 i 11 f.e. Conway, Anne, Viscountess Conway : for ventured read are said to have ventured

51 i 25-26 Conway, Edward Viscount Conway : for He was also made lord president read On

14 Dec. 1628 he became lord president 17 f.e. Conway, Francis S., Marquis of Hertford: for Earl of Hertford in 1736 read

second Baron Conway in 1782

7 f e for 1766. read 1765. He was lord chamberlain 1776-82, and again in the

coalition ministry, April to December 1783. He was lord-lieutenant of Warwickshire from 1757 till his death. ii i for Francis read Francis (Ingram) Seymour [q. v.]

27 Conway, Henry S. : after Antrim insert which he represented till 1761

28 for 28 Dec. read 28 Dec. 1741

52 ii 16 for 29th regiment read 84th regiment, and held it for two years

gg after 282). insert He was colonel 8th horse, now 7th dragoon guards, 1784-9

40 for March read March 1755

54 ^ 19 after secretary of state insert for the northern department (in substitution for

the southern department, of which he was already secretary)

55 ii 10 after iii. 399). insert In Oct. 1770 on Granby's death he received the com-

mand of the royal regiment of horse guards 3-1 f.e. omit during his absence .... horse guards.

57 ii 7 for 19 Oct. read 9 July

11 f.e. Conway, Sir John : after folio), insert In Dec. 1583 he seems to have been imprisoned in connection with the Somerville-Arden case, and it was probably during this imprisonment that he wrote his ' Meditations and Praiers ' (see next page)

58 i 4-7 omit During his confinement .... of leade.'

8 for Ostend read England

59 i 14 Conway, William A. : after actor, insert whose real name was Kugg,

60 ii II f.e. Conybeare, John: after Oxford, insert He was proctor in 1725.

61 i 25 f.e. after that year, insert With the bishopric he held the Christ Church deanery.

28 f.e. for the cathedral read Bristol Cathedral

ii 4 Conybeare, John J. : after 1797 insert and won the University Latin verse prize,

1800 5 for Somersetshire read Somerset. He was prebendary of York from 1803

till his death

7 for 1807 read 1808

68 i 10 f.e. Conyngham, Henry, 1st Marquis Conyngham: for privy chamber read privy

council ii 22 for Conyngham read Conyngham was made general of the army on 22 July

1830, but

32 after 1849 insert [see DENISON, ALBEBT]

66 ii 37 Cook, James (d. 1611) : for 1592 read Jan. 1592-3 76 ii 19 Cooke, Sir Anthony : for Shoreham read Lewes

78 i 15 f.e. Cooke, Benjamin : for 40 read 74

ii 19 Cooke, Edward (1770 ?-1799) : for 1770 ? read 1772 20 after navy, insert born 14 April 1772,

24 for Colonel read Major-General

26 for a sister of Admiral Boyer read Penelope, daughter of Sir William Bowyer

and sister of Admiral Sir George Bowyer [q. v.]

79 ii 84 Cooke, Edward (1755-1820) : before and in 1790 insert He was M.P. for Lifford

1789-90,

80 ii 8-6 for in the various departments .... foreign office, read as under-secretary

for war and the colonies 1804-6 under Lord Camden and 1807-9 under Lord Castlereagh, and under-secretary for foreign affairs 1812-17, again under Castlereagh.

30 Cooke, Edward W. : omit (1817) 85 ii 4 f.e. Cooke, George W. : for twice read in 1850

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