Corrigenda

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Sophie Crawford Lomas (editor)

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1927

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'Corrigenda', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 1: 1586-1588 (1927), pp. XXVI-XXVIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=74763 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Corrigenda.

Page 5 line 37, for Albegeois read Albigeois.

" 36 " 8, for Denray read Devray.

" 161 " 43, for ships read a flotilla.

" 169 " 20, for Henry read Augustine.

" 179 margin, for [Undated] read [1613, Oct. 27].

" 179 line 33, for Secretary Cesareo read imperial secretary.

" 179 " 39, for From the Casa dominica read From [my] house, Sunday.

" 179 " 40 delete from "no clue" to "1587."

" 179 " 42, for [Italy I. 18] read [Italy IV. 69b-69c.]

" 191 " 26, for Lifonto read Cifonto.

" 191 " 37, for [Italy I. 19] read [Italy I. 18].

" 236 " 6, for [Italy I. 20] read [Italy I. 19].

" 257 " 5 from bottom, for [Dourlens] read [Doullens].

A.D. 1587.

" 260 margin, for March 29,/April 8. read [1629] April 8.

" 260 line 18, for [Switzerland I. 18] read [Switzerland III. ff. 26 A—B].

" 273 " 24, for Denray read Devray.

" 284 " 33, for [Italy I. 21] read [Italy I. 20].

" 325 " 7, for Rappolstein read Roppolstein.

" 341 lines 7, 8 from bottom, for have learned read are learning.

" 342 lines 6-12, for Nor can . . . their net read No deductions can be drawn from the success of this Drake because until he comes face to face with soldiers his audacity will go on increasing, trusting rather to our neglect than to his own valour, but when the day comes that this carelessness is transformed into wrathful determination on our part, it will undoubtedly cause him to fall into our clutches.

" 342 line 15, for Santo Croce read Santa Croce.

" 342 " 16, for Sun Michele read San Michele.

" 342 " 40, for receive read requires.

" 402 " 26, for Pietro de Belmonte read Prieto de Velmonte.

" 402 " 28, for Puerto Ruo read Puerto Rico.

" 402 " 36, for Pietro de Belmonte read Prieto de Velmonte.

" 410 note, for Queux read Gueux.

" 411 line 39, for Bessignano read Bissignano.

" 414 " 15, for Reynolde read Reynoldes.

" 418 " 14, for in all places read in 80 places.

" 418 " 18, for Badouro read Badoaro.

" 418 lines 29, 30, for as captain into the government of Istria read to command the militia of Istria.

Page 419 line 6, for an advocate read Avogadore.

" 420 lines 14, 15, for has returned read is recalled.

" 421 line 1, for wish to have read look for.

" 421 " 10, for Giocomo read Giovanni.

" 424 " 11, from bottom, for Chancellor read Cavaliere.

" 425 " 31, for Patriach read Patriarch.

" 425 lines 34, 35, for Rustici . . . Auditor, read Rustici, who was at 70 has fallen, Arezzo has risen and the Auditor.

" 425 line 36, for Cernia read Cervia.

" 425 " 40, for discuss it with anybody read take anyone into his confidence.

" 426 line 1, for Mattevicio read Matteuccio.

" 426 " 17, for Loderini read Soderini.

" 426 " 26, for Treccenti read Triventi.

" 436 " 36, for Ossino read Osmo.

" 437 lines 1,2, for making . . . priest read if a friar is to be made cardinal he will promote this priest.

" 437 line 17, for Proceda read Procida.

" 440 " 7, for Barbara read Barbaro.

" 440 " 8, for have resolved read it is resolved.

" 440 " 22, for it is desired on the Piazza read The Piazza asserts.

" 442 " 35, for Bandino read Dandino.

" 442 " 36, for Bologne read Bologna.

" 442 " 37, for Spinolo read Spinola.

" 442 last line, for [Warsaw] read [Breslau].

" 443 line 15, for they read he.

" 443 " 16, for they were . . . dowager read he was still at Warsaw with his sister the Queen dowager.

" 443 " 17, for Yesterday read The day before yesterday.

" 443 " 18, for Procadatore read Procuratore.

" 443 " 20, for rebuilt read built.

" 443 " 38, for brother of Servi read a Servite friar.

" 443 " 43, for Madrucio read Madruccio.

" 444 " 17, for princes read princesses.

" 444 " 25, for Colonel read with.

" 445 " 28, for Capravola read Caprarola.

" 445 " 3 from bottom, for is read was.

" 446 " 8 from bottom, for Salazzo read Saluzzo.

" 446 " 6 from bottom, for Mattevici read Matteucci.

" 450 lines 33, 34, for [Switzerland I. 19] read [Switzerland I. 18].

" 454 line 19, for Salazzo read Saluzzo.

" 499 " 11, for heer read her.

" 508 " 5, for Lifontes read Sifontes.

" 516 " 27, for Gouvernet read Gouvernee.

" 516 " 28, for Ponet read Pouet.

" 516 " 31, for Montanfie[r] read Montausie.

" 516 " 35, after Meille read (dead).

" 516 " 40, for Pilles read Pizzes.

" 517 " 6, for Villernon read Villernou.

" 517 " 7, for Effars read Essars.

" 517 " 8, for Columbiers read Colombiers.

Page 517 line 12, add Crosses are attached to all the names from Guitry to Conty, with the exception of Maligni and Lorges; and to all those from Mouy to the end with the exception of Lieramont and Morinville.

" 558 " 38, for distruction read destruction.

" 560 " 7, for Portuaguese read Portuguese.

" 603 " 7 from bottom, for apothocary read apothecary.

" 627 " 11, for Bentevoglio read Bentivoglio.

" 627 " 16, for Piumbino read Piombino.

" 649 last line, for Rapomet read Rapamet.

" 673 margin, for [temp. Henry III.] read [1580, 26 Jan.— 9 April].

" 683 note, line 3, for Palaviciono's read Palavicino's.



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