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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1636-1667
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xiv Notes.

Page 187, line 10. Whereas. The text is now taken from original
Liber A.

Page 188, line 12. reinuation. Perhaps " re-invasion," but Hill's Eng-
lish is peculiar.

Page 201. See note to p. 82.

Page 202, line 17. to have hold &c. Repetition in original.

Page 215, line 24. Court of Arms. Sic.

Page 218, line 28. Maryland and. "and his heirs" omitted in ori-
ginal.

Page 221, line 18. our said. "Province" omitted.

Page 222, last line, are .... by our. Sic.

Page 223, line 4 from bottom. Some honour. " Honour " was a name
given to a higher kind of Seigniories on which other inferior lordships
depended. Readers of Scott will remember Waverley Honour.

Page 238, line 2. elected for "erected."

Page 278. The crosses stand for various hieroglyphs and scrawls.

Page 294, line 12. accomptant. Apparently for " a competent."

Page 313, line 27. 1651 for "1654"

Page 324. The first leaf of Liber H H being lost, these instructions

have been completed from a copy in the British Museum.

Page 367, last line. Runa for " runaways."

Page 377, line 6. to noe other. " purpose " seems wanting.

Page 387, line 10. Kendall for " Fendall."

Page 415, line 7. as much as for to tenne of. Sic in original. Qy.
" a misfortune."

Page 422, line 27. allways to be one. Sic.

Page 425, line 14. assume. Probably for " assure."

Page 440, line 31. one Councell. "of our" omitted.

Page 447, line 9 from bottom. Widd. i. e. " widow."

Page 449, line 8. Tabbott. Sic. Perhaps the ancient pronunciation.

Page 454, line 8. Crowe for " Crowne."

Page 456, line 17. 1662 for " 1661."

Page 457, line 16. his owne, for "its owne." An interesting survival
of the old genitive.

Page 467, line 20. heires. Sic.

Page 473, line n. Eaport for " export."

Page 484, line 7. Mevis. Sic in P. R. O. copy for " Nevis."

Page 506, line 4 from bottom, revelled. Sic. Perhaps " reiected."

Page 511, line 13 from bottom, theme for " thence."

Page 537, line 10. [This is a draft, &c.] Bracketed in P. R. O. copy.

Page 550, line 10. The " terrapin " and " fox " are rude sketches imi-
tated by the scribe of H H from the totem-signs of the chiefs.

 

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