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MISCELLANEOUS OBSERVATIONS.

I SHALL employ the small space which remains, to correct a few errors, and make some casual remarks on the preceding parts of these volumes.

VOL. I.

Page 10. for traits read Tracts.
P. 74. for Da Merechal read De Marechal.
P. 75. for Editonem read Editionem.
P. 115. for Mille's read Milli.

P. 121. I have in this page asserted that in 1471, none of the Printers were in possession of Greek types. I have since discovered that this was not the case.

P. 151. for Willer read Willett.
P. 228. for Fusii read Frisii.

P. 328. I have here mentioned, that the first Play published with Engravings was the Empress of Morocco, by Elkanah Settle. I should have added, that the Engravings were by W. Dolle.

P. 353. for Rajan read Ragau.

P. 393. for Cocke Lorells Vote read Cock Lorells Bote.

VOL. II.

Page 134. for Pray to images in Lattaine, read Pray to images and all in Lattaine.

P. 182.

P. 182. for MAMILLA read MAMILLIA.

I may take this opportunity of adding to the list of Robert Greene's performances :

1. Nusquam sera est, or a Treatise decyphering particular Vanities, &c. 1607. 4to.

2. Pandosto. The Triumph of Time. 1629. 4to. 3. Camilla. P. 204. GABRIEL HARVEY.

The subject of this writer's compositions is by no means exhausted. I find, on further enquiry, that he wrote various other things than are here mentioned; particularly many Verses in Primers and Almanacs. See Nashe's Saffron Walden, and more particularly E K's Letter prefixed to Spenser's Shepherd's Calendar, and his Notes on Ecl. 9. where many of Harvey's works are noticed.

P. 211. The “ pleasant conceited Historie, called the Taming of a Shrew” cost the Duke of Roxburgh Five Guineas.

P. 232. MORLINUS.

This book has lately been reprinted at Paris, but, as it is said, only twenty copies were taken off. Many of Stra pareles Novels are from Morlini.

P. 269. DR. DEE. I wish to apologize for the extreme length of this article. It was transcribed by an amanuensis, and I was not aware that it would occupy so large a space.

P. 349. “ The Expedicion in Scotlande” was, I find, reprinted at Ediuburgh in 1798, with Fragments of Scotish History

P. 368. Fylostrato was re-printed at Paris in 1798, in Octavo, by Didot.

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