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'Errata', Calendar of State Papers Domestic: James I, 1603-1610 (1857), pp. 775-776. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=15050 Date accessed: 22 July 2014.


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* * * Readers are particularly requested to correct the errata in their respective copies, as the Index answers only to copies thus corrected.

Page 11,     No. 106, for Sir John Egerton, read Sir Thomas.
   "    14,     No. 6, for E. Marks, read C. Marks.
   "    19,     Entry 9, for Sir Edward Anderson, read Sir Edmund.
   "    25,     No. 78, for Sir Gilbert Dethick, read Sir William.
   "    37,     No. 51, for Edward Leigh, read Sir Edward.
   "    46,     No. 20, for Sir John Parry, read Sir Thomas.
   "    62,     No. 55, dele the whole entry.
   "    63,     No. 71, for coal, read coat.
   "    128,   No. 89, for Copiter, read Coxiter, and for Bareward, read Hareward.
   "    131,   Entry 3, for William Beech, read Beecher.
   "       "      Entry 3 from bottom, for John Parker, read Packer.
   "    139,   No. 127, for Rob. Wingfield, read Sir Robert.
   "    168,   No. 22, for answers to arguments against it, read of the coinage of base (or copper) money.
   "    170,   No. 38, for enter the King of Spain's service, read trade between Spain and its colonies, under sanction of the King of Spain.
   "    176,   Last entry, for Floyd, read Lloyd.
   "    185,   No. 41, for Herald, read King-at-arms.
   "      "       No. 45, add relating more especially to his own travels and his mission to Spain.
   "    188,   dele No. 27.
   "    191,   Entry 1, dele Hen. Leigh.
   "    195,   Entry 5 from bottom, for East Sulworth, read Lulworth.
   "    198,   Entry 6 from bottom, and page 237, No. 106, for Sir Rob. Delavale, read Sir Roger.
   "    207,   No. 40, transfer to page 304, March 26, 1606.
   "       "      No. 41, for Earl of Dunbar, read Lord Hume.
   "    210,   No. 67, for babes, read babe.
   "    223,   No. 41, for [See July 24], read [See July 14.]
   "    224,   No. 49, for Wm. Vaughan, read Walter.
   "    227,   No. 69, for Buskerville, read Baskerville.
   "      "       No. 70, for Alric, read Alice.
   "    228,   No. 8, for Bancroft, read Vaughan.
   "    231,   Entry 9, for Hackford, read Hinckford.
   "    233,   No. 53, for to the same, read to Sir Thos. Lake.
   "    243,   Entry 4 from bottom, after Skynner, add and then in possession of Mrs. Skynner, alias Bright.
   "    271,   No. 43, for -- College, read [Christ's] College.
   "    285,   No. 63, from Spiller, dele [Henry].
   "    287,   No. 73, for Penrose, read Penvose.
   "    291,   No. 111, and p. 297, No. 16, and entry 2, for Sir Edw. Baynham, read Sir Edmund.
   "    298,   No. 31. for Bevis Bulmer. read Sir Bevis.
   "    304,   Entry 6, for Greenway, read Gerard.
   "    307,   No. 103, dele upon the death of Queen Elizabeth.
   "    316,   No. 14, for Laurence Chaderton, read William.
   "    318,   No. 48, after recusant, add [Thomas Poundes].
   "    328,   No. 3, for 10,000£., read 4,000£.
   "    336,   No. 74, for Edward Lord Sheffield, read Edmund.
   "    338,   Entry 4, for Gilbert Lord Gerrard, read Gilbert [Thomas?]
   "      "       No. 22, for Rob. Vernon, Ralph Weldon, and Rob. Bannister, read Sir Robert, Sir Ralph, and Sir Robert.
   "    339,   No. 29, for the King, read the King of France.
   "    352,   No. 91, for Same to the Same, read Salisbury to Sir Thos. Lake.

Page 356,   Entry 8, for Napier, read Napper.
   "    360,   Entry 3, for Richard Sheldon, read Ralph.
   "    362,   Entry 5 from bottom, for Salisbury, read Dorset.
   "    363,   Entry 5 from bottom, for Catchway, read Catchmay.
   "    368,   No. 37, for Tobie Matthias read Matthew.
   "    369,   Entry 9, for Fras. Woolley, read [Sir] Fras.
   "    375,   Entry 2 from bottom, for England, read London.
   "    380,   Entry 7, for fines and alienations, read fines on.
   "    391,   Last entry, after receipt, add of the Exchequer.
   "    397,   Entry 2, for Droeshont, read Droeshout.
   "    407,   No. 48, after president, add [of Magdalen College].
   "    421,   No. 7, for to the Same, read to Salisbury.
   "    424,   No. 16, for Andrew Sinclair, read [Sir] Andrew.
   "    425,   Entry 2 from bottom, for were, read were forfeited.
   "    427,   No. 36, for 1,000£, read 11,000£.
   "    435,   No. 80, for Edw. Hext, read [Sir] Edw.
   "    451,   No. 52, for Poldenby, read Holdenby.
   "    458,   No. 35, for stores, read stones.
   "    467,   No. 66, for debts due in, read from.
   "    468,   Entry 6, after to pay, add to persons nominated by the King.
   "    484,   No. 2, for Coke, read Cope.
   "    491,   Entry 5 from bottom, for Alice, read Avice.
   "    492,   No. 76, for Dunn, read Donne.
   "    495,   Last entry, for Sampford, read Samford.
   "    497,   Margin, dele Sir Andrews.
   "    499,   Entry 5, for Revenue, read [Customs].
   "    508,   No. 11, after Salisbury, add and Sir Julius Cæsar.
   "    514,   No. 68, dele Sir.
   "    522,   Entry 3, after clerk keeper, read [clock-keeper?].
   "    525,   No. 9, for Lord Rivers, read Sir George.
   "    527,   Entry 6, for Marquis and others, read Marquis, treasurer, and Sir Henry Sackville, under treasurer of the Exchequer.
   "    539,   No. 103, for the Same, read Salisbury.
   "    541,   No. 4, for commission, read office as justice of assize.
   "    544,   No. 46, for the Same, read Salisbury.
   "      "       Margin, dele Stowe.
   "    547,   No. 81, for gone to see, read gone to sea.
   "    552,   No. 121, for the Same, read Salisbury.
   "    555,   No. 146, for Sir Edm., read Sir Edward.
   "               No. 3, for prebendary, read prebend.
   "      "       Last entry, for Stewart, read Stuart.
   "    580,   No. 5, for Merton, read Morton.
   "    588,   Nos. 70, 71, Margin, for [Feb. 17], read [Feb. 14].
   "    592,   No. 15, for Lord Burgh, read his brother at his father's.
   "    593,   Entry 7, for Doncaster, read Doncastle.
   "    600,   No. 93, for 158,061£. 16s. 8d., read 162,996£. 6s. 8d.
   "    607,   Entry 4 from bottom, for Carew, read Carey.
   "    623,   Nos. 16 and 22, and p. 625, No. 46, for Thomas, or Mr. Windebank, read Sir Thomas.
   "    626,   No. 52, for Vans, read Vaus.
   "    628,   Entry 6, dele Sir.
   "    628,   No. 14, dele the whole Entry.
   "    635,   No. 73, after Lieutenant, add Earl of Cumberland.
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