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Corrigenda

Page lxxv

Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 20, September 1585-May 1586. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1921.

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CORRIGENDA. &c.

P. 34, l. 10 from bottom, for 577 read 57 But the pagination of the copy of Bor used is faulty, true folio number being 71b.

“ 65, l. 3, after Spain II insert 49.

“ 90, l. 26, for Lithuania read Livonia.

97, l. 7 from bottom, dele qy. Senlis.

PP. 98, 99. The two letter from Walsingham, dated Oct. 20, are printed in Cabala II, pp. 2, 3.

P. 118, footnote, add But two of the extracts are printed in the new Scottish Calendar from copies in the Cotton MSS.

“ 151, l. 32, for [qy. Borcht] read [Berchem].

“ 173, l. 11 from bottom, for entertainment read contentment.

“ 174, l. 3, for Bruie read Brive, and l. 6, dele qy.

“ 182, footnote, for 117 read 107.

“ 260, l. 18, after “that he should” should probably read “sue for his. . . liberty.”

“ 269, l. 8, after Admiral, insert comma.

“ 292, l. 37, the sign† should go after Mademoiselle.

“ 295, l. 30, for Angrongue read Angrongne.

“ 299, l. 14, dele mark of interrogation.

“ 355, l. 35, for Comynge read Connynge.

“ 432, l. 3, for Montgomery read Mongonmery.

“ 485, l. 9 from bottom, for Milan read Mantua.

“ 523, l. 6 from bottom, for Lamberti (?) read La Veille; and after can insert Has also recommended him to M. d'Esneval.

“ 604, l. 19, for [qy. Valognes] read [Villeloin].

“ 633, l. 25, for Brouckhurst read Bronckhurst.

“ 645, l. 12 from bottom, for fronto read fronte.

“ 658, l. 7, for Cornaro read Grimaldo.

“ 711, l. 10 from bottom, after Mr. Colerdin insert [i. e. Gilbert Gifford]; and l. 14 from bottom, after Foxley insert [i. e. Gratley].

“ 824, under heading Mantua, insert courier from, 485, and dele this entry under Milan.

CORRIGENDA FOR VOL. XIX.

P. xxxii, 1573 is a misprint for 1572. But probably the true date (as suggested by Prof. Pollard) is 1569, when the Admiral left his retirement at Cognac to besiege Poitiers.

“ 6, l. 28, for ex read ea.

“613, l. 9, for orte read orbe; l. 39, for hostes read hortis.

“832, after Martenfeld, insert [or Markenfield, Thomas].