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Page 3 - intended to have been made, to the late Commissioners on Public Records, by Mr. Charles Purton Cooper, their Secretary. As these Appendices have been in store since the year 1837, when the Record Commission expired, and the Report was not made, I have directed the Appendices, although imperfect, to be distributed in such a manner as may render them most useful for Literary and Historical purposes. This Volume is therefore transmitted to
Page 93 - The Exon MS. has it in the latter place only, and' the alliteration forbids its admission in the first instance.
Page 72 - The want of connection in the sense and of alliteration shows that this part of the MS. is very defective.
Page 98 - (^Manifestly an error, and subversive both of sense and alliteration; see line 18.