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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1667-1687/8
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viii                                              Notes.

Page 172, lines 11 and 27. Edouard for" Leonard."

Page 181. The words in brackets are torn away in the original, and

conjecturally supplied by Mr. Sainsbury, under whose supervision the
copies were made. Probably for " curia " we should read " parte," as this
was an ex parte commission in the interest of Claiborne only. It seems,
from the identity of phrase in these depositions, that they were not
spontaneous answers, but drawn up by one hand for the deponents to sign.

Page 186, line 5 from bottom. The only reference that we have found
in the records of sixty years to the eating of oysters by the colonists; and
here it seems to have been suggested as an alternative to starvation.

Page 190, line 7. a peere for " apiece."

Page 207, line 7 from bottom. Wampampege. " Peak," Indian shell-

Page 246, line 8 from bottom. P. Nolleys should be "T. Notley."

Page 255, line 1. Zewant or sewant was the northern name for. the
Indian shell or bead money.

Page 255, line 12. ats. Perhaps " also."

Page 270, line 12. pene for "penes."

Page 287, line 3. Lyedell for " Lionel."

Page 297, line 10 from bottom. John Lynes. Error of scribe.

Page 298, lines 11 and 13. defend' for " deponent."

Page 300. This charge of partiality to Papists is answered on
pp. 309 and 354.

Pages 302, 303. These seem both to be extracts from the same letter;
but as each contains something that is not in the other, both are printed.

Page 307, line 18. Cittycants. Sic.

Page 321, line 34. news bad. Perhaps " none bad."

Page 323, line 12 from bottom. Waujany. Probably Nanjemoy in
Charles County.

Page 336, line 16 from bottom. xt. Probably wrong. The P. R. O.
copyist seems not entirely at home in the court-hand contractions.

Page 370, line 1. Wee question. " Not " probably omitted.

Page 393, line 13. Asia Wariner Inlet. Sic. Probably Indian River
Inlet, south of Cape Henlopen.

Page 411,line 7. from whome. Sic, for "from whence."

Page 412, line 19. Manheer prince, Governor John Printz. -Van-
sweeringen or the scribe has made wild work of these names. " Younker
passage" is doubtless Junker Pappegoia, Printz's son-in-law, called
"Papagy" below. " Casimoirs" is Fort Casimir, and "Tenauum,"

Page 413, line 3. stated. Sic, for "seated."

Page 413, line 4 from bottom, supuatargoe for " supercargo."

Page 415, line 13. Octeroy. " Octroi," or grant.

Page 421, line 18 from bottom. Tuttle fields, i. e. Tothill Fields.

Page 422, line 4 from bottom. Goot Slye. Perhaps " Capt Slye."

Pape 424, line 27. letre. Perhaps " lets."

Page 426, line 4. Ireland. Sic, for " Scotland."


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