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ERRATA VOLUME XIII

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229 i 27-28 Crossley, James : for Mr. Gladstone championed the conservative cause, read Mr. Gladstone, without his consent, was put forward as conservative candidate.

236 i 14 f.e. Crow, Mitford: after Baltimore, insert He was M.P. for Southampton 1701-2.

237 i 85 Crowder, Sir Richard B. : for for a long time read from 1849 till 1854

238 ii 5fe. Crowe, William (d. 1743) : after Ludgate. insert He was prebendary of Chisvvick

in St. Paul's Cathedral 1726-7, and of St. Pancras 1727 till death. 289 ii 87 Crowe, William (1745-1829) : for LL.D. read D.C.L.

246 ii U. Croxall, Samuel : for his obtaining a victory over the read his victory at Sheriff-

muir.

247 i 1 omit rebels.

252 ii 26 Cruikshank, George : for Coombe) read Combe) 256 ii 25-26 j. / O r Fairleigh read Fairlegh

261 i 18 f.e Cruikshank, William C. : for Leigh Thomas read Honoratus Leigh Thomas

[q. v.] 267 i 9 Cubbon, Sir Mark : for 1856 read Feb. 1856

10 for 1859 read the following May

270 i 2 Cubitt, William : for 1847-9 read 1847-8

8 for Langborn read Langbourn

274 ii 5 f.e. Cuff, Henry : for Daphne read Daphnis

275 ii 18 Cuit, George, the elder : for of the name of Harrison, read Thomas Harrison

(1744-1819) [q. v.].

276 i 88 Culbertson, Bobert: for orders in the Secession church read license in the

Antiburgher Secession church

282 i 17 Cullen, William : after Hamilton insert reprinted in his Discussions,' pp. 288-59 288 ii 6 f.e. Cullum, Sir Thomas: after personally, insert He was alderman of Cordwainer

ward 1643-52.

284 i 38 for Basire read James Basire (1780-1802)

287 ii 15 f.e. Culpeper, Sir Thomas, the elder : after iii. 568). insert He was M.P. for Tewkes-

bury 1628. 291 i 81, 82 Cumberland, Bichard (1782-1811) : for election for Northampton read election for

Northamptonshire

85 for Thomas Pownall [q. v.] read John Pownall, brother of Thomas Pownall

[q. V.]

296 ii 5 f.e. Gumming, James (1777-1861) : after 1808, insert He was proctor in the university in 1818.

818 i 25 Cunningham, James, 14th Earl of Glenoairn : omit chosen

26 for in 1780 read the parliament of 1780-4

18 f.e. for 1839 read 1787

814 ii 16-17 Cunningham, John William ! for governor-general .... his death, read lieu-

tenant-governor of St. Christopher's (and St. Kitt's) from 1839 till his death in 1847. 19 for Sir Henry Verney read Sir Harry Verney

815 ii 8-4 Cunningham, Joseph D./or or rather Major Broadfoot ... the army read (16 Jan.

1846) 821 i 25 f.e. Cunningham, William (1805-61) : for Berwick read in the county of Berwick

824 ii 19 Cunynghame, Sir Arthur A. T, : for in March read I April

825 i 9/.e. Cureton, William: for LL.B. read B.C.L.

8 f.e. for LL.D. read D.C.L.

826 * 4 /or Wordsworth read Christopher Wordsworth, afterwards bishop of

Lincoln [q. v.J

ii 18 f.e. Curling, Henry : for 91st regiment read 52nd foot 329 i 10 f.e. Curll, Edmund : for 1733 read 1735 881 * 24 for Wharton read Grafton

885 i 20 f.e. Curran, John P. : for 1756 read 1776

" 20 for 1785 read 1788

888 i * a f^ r outlawry, insert Curran was elected to the Irish House of Commons for

.Banagher in May 1800

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