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Notes on slips connected with Devonshire. Part IV

Trans. Devon Assoc., vol 13 (1881), pp. 299-316.


W. Pengelly

Prepared by Michael Steer

The paper, presented and discussed at the Association's July 1881 Dawlish meeting is the fourth in a series providing notes and discussion on the errors and slips that have appeared in literature about Devonshire collected by its author since Part III of the series two years earlier. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.


Alexander 299
Aubrey, John 309-11
Aysshetrege, John 299, 301, 303
Bacon 314
Bailey 301, 314
Barnes 300
Blewitt, Mr Octavian 306-7, 316
Bowden 308
Burnet 314
Carew, Richard 315
Chapman 315
Clarendon 314
Clements, Rev H G J, MA, FRGS 308-10
Cockburn, Rev William, MA 308
Cockrem, Mr Edward 304-7
Cole, Mrs 305-6
Cole, Thomas 303
Congdon, Mr 304
Cotton, Mr R W 308
Cromwell, Oliver 314
Dart, Mr H 306-7
Downman, Hugh MD 302
Duke, Mr Richard 308-11
Edwards, Edward 308-11
Elliott, Mr 304-5
Emery, Captain & Mrs 306
Fayle, Rev Mr 304-5
Ferreys, John 303
Hakluyt 314
Halewyl, William 303
Halliwell 300-2, 304
Hannaford, Mr 304
Hayward, Mr T N 306
Hearder, Mr G E 308
Henry I 312
Henry II 312
Henry III 312
Henry IV 315
Henry V 315
Henry VIII 312
Jennings 300
John, King 312-3
Johnson 300-1, 314
Jones 300
Jonston 315
Karkeek, Mr 304
Kennett, White 301-2
King, Mr R J 300
Lane, Mr 304-5
Luscombe, Mr 307
Lysons, Messrs 302
Manningham 311
Marston 315
Milles, Dean 302-4
Morris 302
Murray 313
Nares 301
Narracott, Mr John L 305-7
Nicolas, Sir Harris 313
Oliver, Dr 302
Ollysbrome, John 303
Palmer 300
Passingham, R 314
Pegge 301
Perry, Thomas 303
Pitts, Mr Thomas 307-8
Prideaux, Mr 309
Prowse, Mrs Isaac S 306
Pulman 300
Ralegh, E 311
Raleigh, Sir Walter 308, 310-1, 314
Ray 301
Richard I 312
Rock 300
Salter, J 308
Shakespeare, William 315
Slade, Mr S H 306
Stirling 302
Taylor, Mr J W 307
Walker 300-1, 314
Warbeck, Perkin 315
Warren, Charles F S, MA 314
Way, Mr Charles 307
Webster 301, 314
White, Mr J T 307
William I 312
William II 312
Williams, Sparkes Henderson 300, 315
Windeatt, Mr E 312
Wood, Anthony A 311
Worth, Mr R N 304-5
Yates 299