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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1687/8-1693
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viii                                              Notes.

Page 251, line 14. "Pend." Apparently "Gent."

Page 252, line 7. "Cook" or "Cooke" here and elsewhere for

" Coke."

Page 252, line 11. "will" for "writt."

Page 253, line 10. "fitz hert," i. e. Fitzherbert.

Page 253, line 27. "respected" for " respited."

Page 258, line 43. "spas," i. e. subpoenas.

Page 260, line 37. "presence at the ken," sic. Perhaps "prisoner at
the bar."

Page 261, line 4. "sped," i.e. subpoenaed.

Page 261, line 24. "imployed Molline." Perhaps "implied malice."

Page 298, line 14. "Defensoris" for " Defensores."

Page 317, line 68. "coquets" or "cockets": custom-house receipts.

Page 326, line 18. "do" for "so."

Page 343, line 44. "Indians and did." Something apparently

Page 349, line 14. "nakedIndians." The Algonkin tribes in alliance
with the trench were so designated.

Page 363. Several of these names are undecipherable.

Page 395, line 13. "Revolution." The words "is unrecorded" seem

Page 396, line 28. "fint,".sic. Perhaps "first."

Page 399, line 7. " Caspany " for " Casparus."

Page 399, line 10. "Lomas" for "Lomax."

Page 421, line 23. "answered." Probably "assessed."

Page 421, line 44. "forte and after." The act reads "a deck flush
fore and aft."

Page 423, line 12. "natura" for "naturae."

Page 456, line 34. "Chancery." " writts"omitted.

Page 459, line 1. "Monsr Casteene." The Baron de Castin who
had married the daughter of a Penobscot chief, and took part in various
expeditions against the English, but not in the capture of Schenectady.

Page 459, line 3. " Skinnelicot" for "Schenectady."

Page 460, line 41. "sister a" for "sister of."

Page 469, line 19. The scribe has inadvertently written 1737 for
1692. This shows in what year this copy was made.

Page 482, line 45. "comizan" for "cognizance."

Page 483, line 16. So indorsed, though it is really a citation.

Page 485, line 46. "Protestants," i.e. Luke and Burnct, who signed
the protest.

Page 487, line 32. The copy in Lib. K is not identical with that sent
to England, so both are given.

Page 502, line 1. "honest man," i.e. Jacobite.

Page 507, line 43. "cer retur," i. e. certificate returnable.

Page 519, line 28. The P. R. O. copy of this letter is better than that
in Lib. K.


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