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VOL. I. Pace
47. For“ five hundred degrees," read leagues. 137, note 3. Dele the reference to vol. II. 230. Correct the article respecting the Dutch fort on Connect.river by note 2,p. 277. 281. Correct the article respecting Sudbury by note 4, p. 311. 327. The application of R. Island for admission into the Union was A. D. 1648. 340. Correct the article respecting the Quakers by note 3, P. 367.
In the title page of some copies, for 115 read 114 years. 10, note 1. Dele the reference to A. D. 1697. 18, line 4. Dele the word perpetual. 34, note 2, bottom. For “ See A. D. 1752," read See p. 407. 36. Dele the article respecting Danbury; or correct it by p. 59. 91. Compare the article respecting Ginseng with the same article p. 187, where for
« America" read New England. 114, line 5. For “ commandment” read commandant ; dele and, in the next line. 257. Correct the date of the dark day by note * p. 440. 436, 9th line from bottom. For “ Long” read Staten Island. 466. In some copies, three lines, belonging to note 3, p. 465, are inserted after note
1, p. 466, instead of before it. 509, Note 1, 6th line from end. For " incur" read occur. 510, Note IV. In some copies, in the number of inhabitants of Delaware, read 59 in
stead of 590 thousand.—To the census of A. D. 1800 (ibid.) add: District of
Columbia and Western districts, total 73,943. $17. The upper line, in the left column of the Index, should be inserted at the bottom
of the right column, in connexion with Colonies. The INDIAN NAMES of places with the corresponding English names having
been mentioned in the body of the work, the catalogue of them, originally proposed to be angexed, appeared superAuous.