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IN THREE VOLUMES.
BALDWIN AND CRADOCK, PATERNOSTER ROW.
CONTENTS OF VOL. I.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Page 3, line 12, for Mr. read Mrs.
läe youngest of the two Miss Parkinsons, of Park Peace
, amazingly disobliged her family by marning the Reverend Henry Wellford, vicar of Sommerfeld, who had nothing on earth but good boks
, good qualities, and four hundred and fifty pails
a year to recommend him. Alas! how
8, 16, and elsewhere, for Heeley read Hexley. 19; 21, for impatiently read implicitly. 41,
- 11, dele as. 87, last line, dele not. 135, line 20, for graves read quavers. 162, 11, for gleaming read glancing. 173, 16, for Tableau vivante read Tableau vivant.
16, for am read are. 199,
21, for rock read nook. 221, 1, for there read here. 281, 16, for reluctingly read, relentingly.
I did her father storm and rage, how did her mother
fine and fret, how did aunt Diana congratulate I berself that she had settled her thirty thousand
pomàs on Hannah her eldest niece, how did the
foresaid Hannah sneer and observe “she had
1 bought how it would end," and how did the god folks of Stoke Barton stare and sigh and
plate their heads, and bless heaven that no poob