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Corrigenda

Pages xxxi-xxxii

Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2, June 1586-March 1587. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1927.

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Corrigenda

Page 4, line 31, for are read all.

" 6, lines 32, 33, for I believe . . . whereof read if I hear anything therefrom of moment I will not fail.

" 7, line 1, for was speaking read speaks.

" 7, lines 23, 24, for who . . . business read who supports me warmly, and indeed the business seems to promise well.

" 16, line 8, for acordiing read according.

" 20, " 29, for Petite read Pettie.

" 20, " 41, for Huesden read Heusden.

" 28, " 36, for Gorge read Gorges.

" 36, " 40, for for read toward.

" 61, " 10, for Ores read letters written.

" 67, " 28, for Monday read Wednesday.

" 67, last line, after Burghley read Italian. p.

" 70, line 41, for Pedes read Pedee.

" 78, " 1, for Lecestor read Lecester.

" 85, last line but one, for Host read Hast.

" 86, line 6, for Host read Hast.

" 99, " 32, for Garrett read Suttell.

" 104, " 23, for Woa read Wou.

" 110, " 7, for Bourrowes read Bourrohes.

" 110, " 40, for horesmen read horsemen.

" 111, " 38, for Guasta read Guasto.

" 116, " 31, for Groude read Goude.

" 118, " 5 from bottom, for that town read Middelburgh.

" 120, " 6 " " for Goicum read Gorcum.

" 123, " 11 " " for Grinus read Grinus.

" 123, " 3 " " for Acolampadius read colampadius.

" 124, " 4, for Mayance read Mayence.

" 124, " 11, for quis quam read quisquam.

" 124, " 22, for 27th read 26th.

" 124, " 24, for grevously read grievously.

" 125, " 4, for conedmn read condemn.

" 127, " 34, for Hamde, Pawlet, Lambart, William Thomas read Hamtin, Pawlet, Lambart, William, Thomas.

" 128, " 28, for Pevcerus read Peucerus.

" 131, " 34, for Vroctschap read Vroetschap.

" 140, after line 4 insert What number to be kept in garrisons. Not answered.

" 140, line 28, for by themselves read for themselves.

" 143, lines 21 and 25, for Bodnam, read Bodnan.

" 145, line 4, from bottom, for Metticoviery read Mettecovery.

" 153, " 5, " " for determined, read determined.

" 157, " 24, for Amsterdam read Rotterdam.

" 157, " 26, for Louck read Lonck.

Page 160, last line but one, for dreath read dearth.

" 233, line 26, for althouth read although.

" 252, for note substitute See note at page 426.

" 273, Hotman to Wilkes, add note Printed in Bijdragen etc., van het Hist. Genootschap, Utrecht, Pt. XXXIV., p. 94.

" 280, line 16, Letter from the Council of State, add note Printed in Bijdragen etc., van Hist. Genootschap, Utrecht, Pt. XXXIV., p. 96.

" 323, line 29, for [? Flushing] read [Brill].

" 323, " 41, after Philadelphus read [Walsingham].

" 323, note, substitute See note at page 426.

" 324, line 19, for [? Ostend] read [Bruges].

" 325, " 24, for Tergrave read Tergoue.

" 365, for note substitute See note at page 426.

" 373, line 22, for 300l. read 3000l.

" 455, col. 2, line 14, for 183, read 163.