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ERRATA VOLUME XIII

' ' 8 l fe Crawfurd, John : after Indo-China. insert He unsuccessfully contested, as an f advanced radial, Glasgow in 1882, Paisley in 1834, Stirling in 1835, and Preston

in 1837.

62 i 8-9 Crawley, Sir Francis : for There is no trace of him .... however, read Accord- ing to the register of Caius College, Cambridge, he was, however, a native of Norton, Leicestershire, and became a scholar of the college on 2 May 1592.

64 ii 12-11 Creech, Thomas : for One of Creech's translations of the idyllium read Creech's f.e. translation of one of the idylls

69 i 28 f.e. Creed, William : after in 1639, insert was proctor in 1644,

14 f.e. for June 1660 read July 1661

ii 31 Creighton, Eobert : for 1681 read 1631-2

70 i 13 f.e. for Sgoropulos read Sguropulus

72 ii 15 f.e. Cresswell, Sir Cresswell : after king's counsel, insert From 1834 to 1842 he was also solicitor-general for the county palatine of Durham.

78 ii 4/.e. Crew, John, 1st Baron Crew : for 1625 read 1624 and 1625

79 ii 6 Crew, Nathaniel, 3rd Baron Crew : for 1722 read 1721

29 for dean read dean and precentor

80 ii 34 for 1722 read 1721

81 ii 87 Crew, Sir Eanulphe : for Lords read Commons

82 ii 23-21 Crew, Sir Thomas : for Though the official lists .... in 1614, as read He was

f.e. M.P. for Beeralston in 1614 and 84 i 83 Crewe, Frances Anne, Lady Ore we : omit [q. v.]

85 for in 1776 read on 4 May 1766

9-8 f.e. omit and in another with Mrs. Bouverel

ii 13-14 Crewe, John, 1st Baron Crewe : for the close of the century read 1802

21 for 1776 read 1766

87 ii 5 f.e. Criohton, James, surnamed The Admirable: for this read all this 91 i 82 for 8Z read 81

ii 11 f.e. Crichton, Eobert, 6th Lord Sanquhar : for Farmer read Fermor 93 ii 86 Crichton, William (fl. 1615) : for Zeland read Zeeland

10-7 for A ridiculous story .... they were found read Some papers which he

f.e. tore in pieces were blown on board again, were pieced together by Sir

William Waad [q. v.], and were found

4 f.e. after iv. 95). insert This story, though often ridiculed, has been substantiated

by Mr. T. G: Law in the ' English Historical Eeview ' (viii. 698)

95 ii 26 Crisp, Sir Nicholas : before He was a widower insert His mother, Hester, sister of John Ireland, first master of the Salters' Company, was afterwards married to Sir Walter Pye, attorney-general of the Court of Wards.

5 f.e. for 1641 read 1639-40

4 f.e. for the Long parliament read both the Short and the Long parliaments

97 i 15 f.e. before On 16 April 1665 insert He was M.P. for Winchelsea, his old consti-

tuency, from 1661 till his death.

U. before The magnificent house insert On 15 June 1898 his body was re-

interrojl in the churchyard of St. Paul's, Hammersmith. His widow, possibly his third wife, was Anne, daughter and heiress of Edward Prescott, salter, of London ; her will, dated 81 May 1669, was not proved till 6 Oct. 1699.

105 ii 8 Croft, Herbert (1603-1691) : for 1616 read 1626

106 ii 2 for 1792 read 1797

110 ii 22 f.e. Croft, Sir James : for (d. 1591) read (d. 1590) 112 i 4 for in 1591 read on 4 Sept. 1590

31 after 1571 insert 1584

87 for CROFT the elder, Sir James read CROFT, the elder Sir James

114 ii 37 Crofton, Zachary : for 1646 read 1644

for His first living was at Wrenbury read He was preaching in Cheshire in 1645, and was for some time pastor at Newcastle-under-Lyme before he obtained the living of Wrenbury 40 for 1648 read 1651

18 f.e. for rectory read vicarage

16 f.e. for for nonconformity, read for maintaining that the Solemn League and

Covenant was still binding on the nation. 86