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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1649/50-1657
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                               NOTES.

        

        

           Page 15, line 43. “Country duties.” Some ailment; perhaps malarial

         fever.

           Page 17, line 23. Gap in original.

           Page 22, line 16. “pound p pound,” sic.

           Page 25, line 2. ‘The character which looks like r may be &.

          Page 28, line 32. “way” for “was.”

        

           Page 29, line 18. Gap in original.

           Page 71, line 36. The original is torn.

           Pages 72 and 73. Words in brackets supplied from L. 0. R. copy.

           Page 8o, line 8. Parenthesis interlined in original.

           Page 86, line 3. Defect in original.

           Page 100, line io. This seems to be part of an answer from the

         Council to a communication of the Kent Islanders.

         Page117, line   10. “Sedo,” contraction for “sextodecimo.”

         Page117 line13. “Bull segg,” a bull castrated when old.

         Page118, line   34. Word illegible in MS.

         Page134, line   36. “Ar,” i. e armigerum, "esquire."

         Page 163, line      30.  The scribe has made wild work of Dr. Wade's

         learned terms: it should read “phlebotomy with diaphoretics and sudo.

         rific cordial, and corroboratives.”

         Page 163, line  35. “Dormytine” for “dormitive.”

         Page 171, line  23. Words missing in original.

         Page 173, line  1.  21th,” sic, for “21y.''

         Page 178, line  31, “servants,” sic.

         Page 187, line  40. Many of these marks are made upside down

         because the signer did not turn the book.

           Page 209, line 6. “may with safety” for “may consist with safety.”

           Page 215, line 15. Ihis name is so written in original.

           Page 225, line 8. Original torn.

           Page 227, line 2. “Cersey” for “Kersey.”

           Page 235, line 27. “hind not” for “hinder not.”

           Page 241, line 34. “the plunder,” i.e. the “plundering time,” as the

         raid of Ingle's brigands was usually called.

           Page 262, line 13. “we my,” sic.

           Page 264, line 38. “Allder” for “Anther.”

           Page 267, line 45. “to made” for “to be made.” An instance of

         early brick-making.

           Page 273, line 11. ‘The figures seem wrong; but sic.

           Page 276, line 18, “St. Clare's” for “Sinclair's.”

        



 
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