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col. of the 1st Ceylon regiwent. He 82, b. l. 40, read John Vernon, esq. of succeeded his father, Robert, hifth Vis- Clontarf Castle, co. Dublin. count Molesworth, Baron of Philips- 83. b. Viscount Gardner's son (by the town, in those lionours, which now daughter of Lord Carrington) is uamed devolve on his first cousin, Richard Alan Legge, noc Alan Hyde; but bis

Pigot Molesworth, now 7th Viscount. Lordship bad a son by his first wife 520, a. I. 57, Sir Alexander Hood suc- (Miss Adderley), whose legitimacy,

ceeded his uncle, Sir Samuel, in he though impugned, cannot, it is thought, title of Baronet, being then a Knight; be attacked with success. his father was Sir Samuel's elder bo- 102, a. I. 37, for 1816, read 1806. tber.

105, a. 1. 43, for Chulsey, read Reading 561, a. I. 39, Col. H. Doyle is im properly Abbey. styled “Hon."

105, b. 1. 36, for in this barn, read on 562, a. I. 35, for Bucket, read Rucker. on this farm. 56A, b. I. 1, for James II, read James I. 116, a. I. 5 from the bottom, for Richard 568, b. I. 10, read Hon. Mrs. Cooke, dau. Burke, read William Burke.

of John, Lord (not Earl of) Desart. 154, a. I. 4, for an read a. Had her father been an Earl, her title 252, a. I. 18, for inder, read index. would have been that of Lady, and not 266, a. I. 33, for Rhine, read Rhone. • Mrs."

277, a. 1. 6 from the bottom, for 64 568, b. 1. 13, read the Rev. John Harley. guns, read 50 guns.

He was not “the Hon.” His brother's 280, a. I. 6—7. “ brother Henry,” &c. accession to the Earldom of Oxford This is an error originating in the indid not confer on him a title peculiar correctness of the Peerage Books in to sons of Peers.

common use, and it has been adopted 602, b. The question of S. H. C. re- in all the public prints; the present

specting the Barony of Churchill of Earl of Buckinghamshire being the Sandridge being vested in the Duke of son of the next brother of the late Marlborough, has been answered by Earl, who is not mentioned in any of E. in the present Volume, p. 112 ;

them; it is believed that he went to but as, from the conclusion of the pa

India, and died there. Periaps some ragraph, it may be inferred that the of our Correspondents, to whom the title is enjyed by Lord Francis Spen- names are known, may be kind enough cer as well as his Grace, it is neces- to furnish a proper correction. sary to state that his Lordsbip was 301, b. 1. 12, for addressing, read adcalled to the Peerage by the title of dressed. Baron Churchill, of Wbichwood, in 310, a. 1. 9, dele that. the county of Oxford (and not by 353, b. I. 13, for the words no longer' that announced in the Gazette); other- were used, read the words no longer' wise this may be quoted hereafter as a were omitted. precedent for granting to B a title 360, b. I. 3, for 'Earl of Buckingham, alreally vested in A. The Patent is reud Marquis of Buckingham. dated 11 August, 1815, as will appear 370, a. I. 8, for co. Worcester, read co. by refere:ice to the record of it.

York. 630, b. 1. 41, for Rear adm. Sir J. Pierse, 373, a. I. 16, for Shelton, read Thelton.

read Rear-adm. Sir Jobn Beresford, bt. 413, a. I. 38, for rerum, read verum. 634, b. I. 16 from the bottom, for: Net- 429, b. 1. 42, for Barhun, read Boreham. tleslead, read Neatishead.

433, a. I. 16 from the bottom, for George 637, b. I. 24, for Jeffries read Jefferyes; Nettleton, esq. read Robert Nettlesame page, for Cahir rear Caber.

ton, esq. This correction is offered 637, a. 1. 30. What is Mr. Dymoke's pre- from personal knowledge.

tension to the title of “ Hon." ? 455, a. I. 43, for Gouch, read Gooch. 638, b. 1. 7, fog Cork, read Waterford. 455, b. l. 43, for Coker, read Croker. Vol. LXXXVI. Part I.

456, a. I. 7, for 150, read 159 (tbe ma82, a. I. 32, for Hon. and Rev. R. Wode- jority as stated, 29 over 130, being house, read Hon. and Rev. Armine currect.) Wodehouse.

459, b. I. 19, for 1795, read 1793. 82, a. 1. 2—3 from the bottom, for Sho- 465, b. 1. 27, for Norfolk, read Suffolk. visbam, read Shottisbam.

569, b. I. 15, after St. Peter at Mancroft, 82, a. I. 7. read F. Trench, esq. of Hey- add Norwich. wood; not French of Haywood. 570, b. 1. 18, for Dixon, read Dickson.

*** For the LIST OF PLATES, see p. 653.

END OF VOL. LXXXVI. PART I. Nichols, Sun, and Bentley, Printers, Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street, London.

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