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Corrigenda

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Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 25, 1710-1711. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1924.

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CORRIGENDA.

Baron Dartmouth is frequently, but prematurely, referred to by his contemporaries as the Earl of Dartmouth (e.g. Nos. 613, 832, 842, 843). He was not raised to the Earldom till Sept. 5, 1711.

Page 23, line 30, for 12, 29 read 29, 12.

" 31, line 7, for solis read soil.

" 36, No. 93 i. line 2, for ordinances read ordinaries.

" 38, No. 97, line 5, for, St. Christophers read St. Thomas's.

" 40, No. 105, line 2, for March read last month.

" 44, No. 118, line 1, for and Governor read to Lt. Governor.

" 59, No. 160, line 6, for occsaion read occasion.

" 62, No. 166, line 11, for Holleton read J. Colleton.

" 67, No. 176, line 4, for March 14 read March 4.

" 85, No. 214, lines 1 and 2, for Leyden read Heyden.

" 141, line 23, for as read us.

" 149, No. 326 i., line 2, for Pennyslvania read Pennsylvania.

" 170, line 30, insert the before due forms.

" 174, last line but one, for Park read Clark.

" 179, line 7 from bottom, for 39, 7, read 37, 9.

" 181, line 20, for rejected read reject.

" 186, line 10, for 29, 13, read 29, 12.

" 195, line 32, for for feiting read fortifieing.

" 247, No. 462 i., line 3, for South read Royal.

" 266, line 5, for ports read forts.

" 273, line 26, for ? Earl of Sunderland read ? Lord Dartmouth.

" 274, 3 lines from bottom, dele referred to in preceding.

" 330, line 35, for Neuve read Neuf.

" 387, line 35, for expecting read excepting.

" 395, line 29, for 143, 11 read 153, 11.

" 432, line 24, for ways read days.

" 444, line 23, for 16, 21 read 116, 21.

" 461, line 34, before Recd. insert Andrew Boult. Endorsed.

Note. etc. printed in italics in the course of the text indicates that matter merely repeated or of no importance, is there omitted. Words printed in italics between square brackets [thus] are suggestions by the Editor in places where the MS. is rubbed or torn etc.