Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 2, 1697-1702. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1871.
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Page. 48, Line. 12, for petetion, read petition.
Page. 53, Line. 6 from the foot, for Balthwayt read Blathwayt.
Page. 77, Line. 32, end, the word be omitted.
Page. 80, Line. 1, for New Yook, read New York.
Page. 246, Line. 23, for Mr., read Messrs.
Page. 330, Line. 13, for hereelf, read herself.
Page. 451, Line. 11, for ungarded, read unguarded.
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