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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 7, 1681-1685. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1916.

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Errata

Page 22,12 lines from bottom, for Hooker read Tooker.

” 29,in reference column, line 21, for 243–4 read 293–4.

” 44,line 17, for Earl of Cornbury read Earl of Carbery.

” 81,line 25, for Mat. Halworthy read Mat. Stalworthy.

” 96,2 lines from bottom, for Roby read Raby.

” 98,26 lines from bottom, for Stanmill read sic for Stan[hope] Mill.

” 117,10 lines from bottom, for 1663 read 1661.

” 171,8 lines from bottom, for Treasurers read Treasurer.

” 184,line 6, for Indignant officers read Indigent officers.

” 198,line 1, for Christopher Sayers read Adulphus Sayers.

” 235,16 lines from bottom, for Thornebury read Thorne.

” 244,lines 29–30, for Sir Benj. read Benj.

” 265,6 lines from bottom, for Birch read Bird.

” 297,9 lines from bottom, for Surveyor read Purveyor.

” 326,line 14, for Bristoll read Berstoll or Birstoll.

” 336,line 10, for Gloucester read Glamorgan.

” 340,line 11, for Mr. Archer read Mrs. Archer.

” 367,line 27, for Windsor Forest read New Forest.

” 380,16 lines from bottom, for Bradd read Badd.

” 396,line 13, for 180l. pieces read 180l. in pieces.

” 400,line 11, for Edward Seymour read Henry Seymour.

” 408,16 lines from bottom, for Treasurer read Secretary.

” 409,12 lines from bottom, for Pyke read Dyke.

” 456,30 lines from bottom, for Chester read Colchester.

” 500,26 lines from bottom, for Visct. Castlehaven read Earl of Castlehaven.

” 505,23 lines from bottom, for Nichol[as] bishop of Gloucester read [William] Nichol[son] bishop of Gloucester.

” 509,line 19, for John now Sir John read Jonathan now Sir Jonathan.

” 534,line 16, for James Bligh read Jno. Bligh.

” 560,line 3 from bottom, after Burton insert co. Lincoln.

” 648,line 25 from bottom, for Mr. Elliott read Mrs. Elliott.

” 653,line 24, for Edwd. read Sir Edwd.

” 659,lines 9 and 8 from bottom, for Earl of Dartmouth read Lord Dartmouth.

” 715,line 24, for there read Poole port.

” 726,line 12, for Keile drums read kettle drums.

” 795,line 3 from bottom, for Duke of Richmond read Du[chess] of Richmond.

” 866,in reference column, line 22, for 215 read 245.

” 866,line 20 from bottom, after Duncombe insert and out.

” 889,line 36, after quarterly bill insert [of Excise].

” 894,line 19, after list enclosed insert [missing].

” 897,line 25 from bottom, for James Williams read John Williams.

” 934,line 23, for Earl of Arlington read Lord Alington.

” 948,line 5, for [Treasurer of the Chamber] read [for the Stables].

” 948,line 4 from bottom, for Norfolk read Suffolk.

” 962,line 21, after next insert to [her late husband Best].

” 982,line 21, for forfeited parts read foreign parts.

” 997,line 24, for Rumsey read Ramsey corrected to Romsey.

” 1001,line 23, after Crackley insert [sic for Crawley].

” 1016,line 18, for at read as to.

” 1023,for same to same read same to the Navy Commissioners.

” 1037,line 26, for Schofields read Soho Fields.

” 1062,line 7, for Walter read Sir Walter.

” 1083,line 13 from bottom, for James, Duke of, read James, Earl of.

” 1093,line 25 from bottom, for corn duty read coinage duty.

” 1099,line 7, for Lancaster read Cornwall.

” 1140,line 16 from bottom, for there read Yarmouth.

” 1149,line 2 from bottom, for Sir P. Warwick read P. Warwick.

” 1193,line 14, dele. [warden of New Forest].

” 1202,line 13, for Duke of Cumberland read Duke [of York].

” 1268,line 18, for Earl of Orrery read Earl of Arran.

” 1303,line 14 from bottom, for Works read Forces.

” 1310,line 27, for Richard Jackson read Edward Jackson.

” 1317,line 21, for of the same date read [of Mar., 1683–4].

” 1343,line 20 from bottom, for grievously read graciously.

” 1380,line 13 from bottom, for Duke of Cumberland read Duke of Northumberland.

” 1399,line 5 from bottom, for Richard Burton read Mr. Burton.

” 1428,lines 17 and 16 from bottom, for Sir T. Coventry read T. Coventry.

” 1494,line 21 from bottom, for Forest read [Waltham] Forest.

” 1499,line 16 from bottom, for Lord Ford's read Ford, Lord Grey's.

” 1521,line 30, for Dec. 14 read Oct. 14.

” 1543,line 6 from bottom, for Duke of Marlborough read Duke of Albemarle.

” 1577,line 33, for Oatley read Astley.

” 1584,line 8, for engaged read enjoyed.

” 1606,line 32, for Waller read Walter.

” 1620,line 15 from bottom, for and the manor read in the manor.

” 1664,line 28 from bottom, for coffee read coffer.