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

       

          Page 283, line 15. Omission in original.

          Page 283, line 26. “paupuss,” i.e. pappoose.

          Page 237, line 22. “country,” perhaps for “countryman.”

          Page 291, line 17. “Ut sequutm" for “Ut sequitur.”

          Page 292, line 12. “lockorume,” i.e. Iockrarn, a coarse linen stuff.

          Page 299, line 21. “St Wiaillmonc,” sic, for “William Stone,” by

        some mysterious confusion of the scribe.

          Page 302, line 22. “ballance” for “valance.”

          Page 311, line [1. “ 1in" for "1l."

       

          Page 314, line 10. “1656” for “ 1653.”

          Page 317, line 9. “Dymycasters,” 1. e. demi-castors, some kind of

        hat.

          Page 345, line 37. “Dutch custom.” See Preface.

          Page 346, line 31. “confutacon” for “consultation.”

          Page 379, line 12. Gap in original.

          Page 403, line 37. “dd,” i.e. “delivered.”

          Page 419, line 37. “when yt the age.” Something omitted in

        original.

          Page 435, line 19. “&“ for “as.”

          Page 444, line 16. This Mrs. Hawley was the widow of Jerome Haw-

        ley, one of the commissioners joined with Leonard Calvert.

          Page 454, line 9. “should the heifer,” perhaps “sold the heifer.”

          Page 490, line 21. “turn,” i.e. round trip.

          Page 503, line 21. The asterisks replace a word too coarse for pub-

        lication.

          Page 505, line 19. “und administered.” Probably “unadministered.”

          Page 509, line 28. Vide King Lear, Act III, Sc. 4.

          Page 521, line i8. “beate their victuals,” i. e. pound corn in a mortar.

       



 
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