Britannia, by William Camden

ERRATA

Pag. Lin. CORNWALL.
5 27 Margin r. 16l.
12 21 After refers, add this mark ⌉.
17 2 and Margin r. Penryn.
18 22 r. Tin-mines.
DEVONSHIRE.
42 65 after burden, add, and Ships of 100 Tun and upwards.
43 9 after Knights, add, ⌈and Baronets.⌉
DORSETSHIRE.
51 antepen. r. There are now no Trees.
56 19 r. Pool is grown, of late years, a place of very considerable Trade, and greatly improv’d in Buildings.
60 70 r. Stourminster is lately come into the hands of the Pitts.
SOMERSETSHIRE.
87 35 At the words, † not many years since, add in the Margin, † So said, ann. 1607.
WILTSHIRE.
119 22 r. Barons.
HAMSHIRE.
141 34 r. † Stood, and in the Margin, † Stands, C.
SURREY.
182 70 after knowledge, set this mark ⌉
185 31 r. John Mordaunt.
187 22 r. Molesey.
SUSSEX.
204 62 at the words Hard by, add in the Margin, See pag. 205, Cæsar’s-hill. Note, These two, tho’ differing in name, are one and the same Camp.
KENT.
222 12 for Great Britain, r. England.
37 r. Colfe.
237 52 instead of, where it now lies in its ruins, put, in the room of which a very handsom Church is now built.
238 23 r. another river.
239 23, 24. the Semicolon to be after Pope, and the Comma after S. Augustine.
242 34 for near, r. under.
246 63 after Edward, r. and he by a Son of the same name.
GLOCESTERSHIRE.
268 68, 69. r. Eldadus.
280 65 r. Ragland.
OXFORDSHIRE.
267 63 r. † was – and in the Margin put, † Is, C.
301 44 r. Kiddington.
314 18 r. Selden.
315 29 r. Ottendun.
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.
329 25 at Amersham, set in the Margin, So said, ann. 1607. but now well-built and populous.
36 after Francis, add, ⌈and their Successors
47, 48. from the word who, to the word Church, to be left out.
331 43 r. Keynes.
333 ib. r. Son of the famous.
BEDFORDSHIRE.
339 73 r. * might, and in the Margin, * May, C.
340 32 for was long, r. hath been very long.
antepen. at the words † dirty road, put in the Margin, † So said, ann. 1607, but now very good.
HERTFORDSHIRE.
353 11 r. St. Germain’s Chapel is now pull’d down.
ESSEX.
410 74 r. Assington.
422 72 for eight, r. two.
426 75 r. Hallingbury.
SUFFOLK.
449 1 The Gaol is at Beccles. H---
451 40 r. Somerly came from the Jerneganes to the Wentworths.
NORFOLK.
458 71 after be in, add, ⌈If this do not rather belong to Carlton in Humbleyard-Hundred.⌉
459 8 The Linden-tree is blown down.
46 after Woodhouse, add, and is now the possession of her Son, Sir John Woodhouse.
460 29 r. Lower down.
467 antepen. r. East.
469 43 at the word † noted, put in the Margin, † So said, ann. 1607.
471 11 r. Hills.
473 36 Walsoken.
477 28 r. James the fourth.
HUNTlNGDONSHIRE.
507 17 r. Great-grandson.
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.
511 26, 27 put a Comma after Rutland, and a Semicolon after Lincoln.
36 r. West-side.
513 15 r. Wapenham.
64 r. Eston Neston.
514 63 r. Westward.
518 44 r. † was, and in the Margin, † Is, C.
519 75 r. Mauduit.
520 2 r. North-west.
5 Rushton, and not Newton, was the Seat of the Lord Cullen.
524 65 r. Sibertofte.
75 leave out, who now enjoy it.
525 26 r. Pightesley.
527 14 r. and so on to Stamford.
LEICESTERSHIRE.
531 6 r. † was, and put in the Margin, † Is now, C.
7 after it, add, but now there is erected a neat Stone Cross, with several Inscriptions upon it.
541 34 r. † Pasture; and in the Margin, † Restibilis, arable, C.
RUTLANDSHIRE.
548 at the end of the County, add, This little County is adorned with forty-eight Parish-Churches.
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.
577 12 Linn runs just by the Town of Lenton, on the west.
580 16 r. Burton.
DERBYSHIRE.
589 39 for and sell, put, and, having turn’d it into Malt, to sell.
WORCESTERSHIRE.
623 14 The Tower on the Bridge, being ruinous, hath been pull’d down.
SHROPSHIRE.
646 52 after Chirbury, add, whose line failing, the Honour was conferr’d by King William the third upon Henry, Son of Sir Henry Herbert, who was younger Brother to the said Edward.
650 37 from the, to standing, r. The Lords and Commons are said to have sat in a long Building, the ends of which are yet standing, within the Walls of the Castle.
651 13 r. Pulrebache.
19 for little rising rocks, r. or rather perfect Rocks (with many loose Stones about,)
56 The road that goes from Wroxeter into North-Wales, is not called Watling-street; but that which comes over at Wroxeter-ford, and goes from thence to Ariconium.
58 There is but one Stretton, by which the Road runs, that leads from Vriconium to Mediolanum; but there are three others, nine or ten miles from Rowton; between two of which stands Brocard’s-Castle.
653 52 for Lodge, r. Inns for Travellers.
654 5 r. † now Earls of — and add in the Margin, descended from the, C.
660 line last save four, after Grafton, add, ⌈now Earls
661 19 George the present Earl is Son of Gilbert Talbot of Batchcoate in the County of Worcester, Esq; who was Uncle of Charles late Duke of Shrewsbury.
CHESHIRE.
672 28 r. Hanbridge.
673 68 The Estate is now come to the Arderns.
antepen. The Family is extinct.
675 41, 42 From Lead, the Pans were afterwards turn’d into Iron; and but 2 in each House.
53 r. † now lives; and add in the Margin, † formerly liv’d, C.
677 33 No such Observation has been made within memory, nor is the thing now commonly believed.
678 line last save four, for other, r. same.
penult. fill up the vacancy with the word Cred.
HEREFORDSHIRE.
687 1 for thirty or forty, r. twenty.
689 45, & lin. penult. for Wye, r. Lug.
693 at the end of the County, add, This County contains 176 Parish-Churches.
CARDIGANSHIRE.
at the end of the County, add, It contains 64 Parish-Churches.
YORKSHIRE.
846 58 r. Earl.
847 37 Dr. Sanderson was born at Sheffield, as appears by the Register there, Robertus, filius Roberti Sanderson, baptizat’ 20 Sept. 1587; however Rotheram may have been generally thought the place of his birth, upon the authority of Mr. Walton, the Writer of his Life.
866 5 in the Margin, r. 1541.
871 54 r. Knaresborow.
877 11 r. Arrows.
884 17 omit, blown up in the year 1648.
892 35 The Inscription is thus:
As fre make I thee
as hert may thynke
or eyh may see.
897 68 r. Haddington.
897 74 leave out, Coniers his Son, and
DURHAM.
937 59 r. this.
941 32 r. Hansards.
958 16 r. Plan.
959 4 r. Secespita.
CUMBERLAND.
1006 29 r. second.
43 r. † Galloway and in the Margin, † Anandale, C.
1021 2 r. latter.
1022 21 r. almost at the same place.
1023 1 r. near Hutton-hall.
1042 12 r. 1605.
PICTS-WALL.
1053 69 for Chapel, r. Roman Temple.
1056 52 r. East.
1061 11 r. Bridekirk.
16 r. Broughton.
NORTHUMBERLAND.
1093 34 r. Rothbury.
SCOTLAND.
1159 To the Stewarties, add, Falkland ---- and, to the Bailliaries, add, Lauderdale.
1179 17 The Office of Sheriff of Merse is of late confer’d on the Earl of Marchmont.
1180 12 S. Germains is in Lothian.
1184 64 for, chief Residence, r. a Seat ---
1185 51 after Primrose, add the mark ⌉.
1186 21 The Monastery was founded by K. David the first, and made a Royal Palace by K. James the fifth.
1204 13 r. whose widow Margaret —
24 The title given to John Stuart, was from a place in the Orkneys.
1205 37 This is differently related by others, viz. That Thomas, Son of Robert, married the King’s Sister; That her Marriage with James Hamilton was not till after the death of her first husband, and, That the gross of the Estate was restored to James Boyd, her Son.
51 r. Temple Newsom.
1207 8 † At this day – in the Margin, set, † Ann. 1607.
1210 7 The Barony of Crawford came from the Crawfords to the Lindesays, by marriage; and the first Earl, ann. 1399. was Sir David Lindesay.
1212 4 r. by King David the first.
39 r. and his Son David was –
1213 9 Lismehago was founded by King David the first.
35, 38. r. Darnly, to whom the right to the Earldom of Lennox came by marriage with a daughter of Duncan Earl of Lennox.
46 r. Gourock.
52 The Royal Society for Herring-Fishing is dissolved.
1214 2 Garnock, is a river in Cuningham, in the Viscount’s Estate.
22 r. Nave.
23 r. Robert the third, and his Grandmother.
penult. r. opposite to Erskin.
1217 29 r. Mugdock ---
1219 12 It was not resumed; but Robert resigned it to his great Nephew.
1232 32 r. James.
l. last save three, r. fourth.
ult. Lochleven-castle belongs now to Sir Thomas Bruce.
1238 Kingstown is in Lothian.
1240 9 omit, the Abbey.
1244 38 r. some ages since.
1250 6 r. was descended John Earl of Errol.
1262 22 Glasford is in the Shire of Lanerk.
IRELAND.
1339 49 for the same title, r. the title of Viscount.
1346 29 r. Territory.
1347 58 r. second.
1360 55 for Cork, r. Fernes.
1369 18 r. Rathcoole.
antepen. r. Demsfore.
1374 39 r. Letrim.
1375 12 r. did lately enjoy.
1376 13 omitted after Shanon, in about half the Copies, Also Granard gives the title of Earl to the Family of Forbes; and Lanesborough the title of Viscount to the Family of Lane.
1383 37 r. Ulster.
1390 10 r. The Heir of ---
1394 20 r. Douth, in this County.
1411 23 r. † had; and in the Margin, † has, C.
ISLE of MAN.
1439 1 for 20000, r. about 14500.

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