Dictionary of National Biography: Errata

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Sir Sidney Lee
Macmillan, 1904 - Great Britain - 299 pages
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Page 289 - For thou, LORD, art higher than all that are in the earth : thou art exalted far above all gods. 10 O ye that love the LORD, see that ye hate the thing which is evil : the Lord preserveth the souls of his saints ; he shall deliver them from the hand of the ungodly. 11 There is sprung up a light for the righteous : and joyful gladness for such as are true-hearted.
Page 201 - fightable" man. In 1832 a duel was with difficulty prevented between Brougham and Canning. In 1826 Lambton and TW Beaumont fought on Bamborough Sands, the cause being very trivial. As a Cambridge undergraduate Sir William Molesworth challenged his tutor, Mr. Barnard; they were both bound over by the Mayor of Cambridge to keep the peace for twelve months, and Molesworth was expelled from the university. As soon as the period expired Molesworth posted from Munich to meet his opponent at Calais, where...
Page 262 - But whether it be for policie or Armes, it is an error to thinke men without triall worthie to bee compared vnto the others tried, in what place soeuer great or smal.
Page 264 - Gazetteer of the Territories under the Government of the East India Company, London, 1857, sv Jubbulpoor.
Page 279 - Roman 18-12 for omitted, as were the names .... the calendar prefixed, read fe differentiated, as regards its authoritative value, from the rest of the Old Testament, 1 fe for Some sixty read More than sixty 158 ii 39 for Doré's read Dore's 158 i yif.e.
Page 278 - BARE, red morocco, gilt edges, £4. 10s M. Lownes, 1602 A very interesting work, in which will be found an account of the death of Sir Philip Sidney related on the authority of George Whetstone, an eyewitness, whose epitaph on Sidney is also given. It also contains accounts of the " Portugale Voyage," and of the services and death of Sir John Norris, in Ireland.
Page 154 - Pembroke's rank and dignity rendered it practically impossible that he should be deprived of those customary formalities of...
Page 281 - Gascoyne's amendment opposing the reduction of the number of members for England and Wales, which was carried against the government. He did not peek re-election after the consequent dissolution (April 1831).
Page 203 - Hie portrait was formerly supposed to have been painted by Holbein, but the...
Page 45 - Leake, was born at Colchester on 9 June, 1710, and was educated at Merchant Taylors' School and at St. John's College, Cambridge, whence he graduated MB in 1733. He afterwards studied at Leyden.

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