Addenda and corrigenda

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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J. V. Kitto (editor)

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1901

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587

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'Addenda and corrigenda', St Martin-in-the-Fields: The accounts of the churchwardens, 1525-1603 (1901), pp. 587. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=81919 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA.

Page 3. In the last item, for olles read Molles.

" 12. Note 1, for n. 2, p. 162, read n. 3, p. 163.

" 12. Note 12, add. More probably refers to smoked beans (vide Carlings in Brand' Popular Antiquities); or possibly is meant for "smoke pence" (vide Note and Queries, 1st Series).

" 36. Note 3, read Hungerford, later on a Sir Edward H. was, etc.

" 37. Gathering on Palm Sunday, cf. corresponding entries on pp. 51, 71.

" 40. Last item but 2, for "lylying" read "tylyng."

" 43. Fourteenth item, "Bokenam" should be "Bokeram."

" 59. The Abbot of Westn. was Benson; he was also the first Dean.

" 62. Note 3, cf Machyn's Diary, p. 78, and Halliwell under Holy water.

" 64. Note 2, add Cromwell fixed the price of the Bible at 10s.

" 66. Henry VIII. was proclaimed King of Ireland in January, 1541–2.

" 67. Burial of Arnold's Father and Mother probably means a mynde; cf. p. 59.

" 68. For Stranginse read Stranguis[h]e.

" 72. Last item but five, bokys. Perhaps long-delayed obedience to the orders of 1534 and 1538, for erasing from Church books all mention of the Pope and Thomas à Becket. It was found necessary to repeat the order in 1542.

" 82. Note 7, for n. 3, p. 193, read n. 4, p. 193, and cf. Notes and Queries, 9th Series, vi, 394.

" 107. Notes 2 and 3, cf. Notes and Queries, 9th Series, vi, 394.

" 149. Line 4, Platters, cf. Notes and Queries, 9th Series, vi, 394.

" 151. Note 1, for p. 142 read p. 141.

" 164. Line 5. This was done by order of the Bishop of London, cf. p. 177, Ludlow Churchwardens' Accounts (Camden Society).

" 190. Note 2, vide p. 435, Liturgical Services temp. Elizabeth (Parker Society, 1847).

" 193. Note 4. More probably cheap coffins for parish use; cf. Notes and Queries, 9th Series, vi, 394.

" 196. Note 3 refers to the entry for January 19th.

" 210. Note 3, vide p. 478, Lit. Services of Eliz.

" 255. Note 5. This was the special "Homilie against disobedience and wylfull rebellion" occasioned by the Northern rising in 1569 and published in 1570.

" 320. Note 2, cf. Note 2, p. 474.

" 384. June 1st; Prayer book purchased, vide p. 467, Liturg. Services of Eliz.

" 403. July 7th and 12th; Mrs. Margaret Sandes, qy. first wife of Mr. (Sir) Edwin Sandys, the second son of Edwin Sandys, Archbishop of York (Dict. Nat. Biog.), cf. pp. 564, 566.

" 409. Note 1, add Wm. Cooke, son of Sir Anthony, was buried on May 14th (no year given), according to his monumental inscription preserved in "Seymour's History of London."

" 425. Note 1, for de clare read de claro.

" 470. Nov. 18th, Rosamond Poole; possibly a fictitious name given to a child found near Rosamond's pond in St. James's Park.

" 477. Note 2, for vide p. 477 read vide p. 495.

" 549, 571. Bow of a bell clapper. The loop at the top through which passed the leathern "baldrick" which fastened the clapper to the dome of the bell, cf. bow of a key, Ludlow Accounts, p. 23.