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p. 4, 1. 25, dele the comma after erant p. 15, 1. 10, add belongs to the n-declension. The acc. sg. ingulpan
(gl. aculeum) Z.? 60, in gulban (gl. aculeum) Ml. 32°, shows that
in Old Irish the word belongs to the a-declension. , 1. 30, add Eufraten · Euphrates' occurs as nom. sg. in Rawl. 502,
fo. 21. b. i. 0. Welsh Moesen, Z.2 523 p. 16, 1. 9, for tritîya read tritîya p. 18, 1. 6, for -ainecht read -airecht p. 23, last line but two, for seems another,' read the old' (so mrecht,
mlacht) p. 24, 1. 13, read frisaccinnse p. 27, 1. 12, for operariorum read tanquam ... operarii p. 27, 1. 7 from bottom, for that my voice,' &c., read for that he
redeemed their servitude' p. 29, 1. 7 from bottom, for gwaun read gwawn p. 34, 1. 8, for iachti read [d]iachti p. 35, 1. 6 from bottom, read ataroigrainn p. 38, 1. 10, for -vit read -bat p. 40, 1. 7, read dumchoscaibse p. 43, 1. 10, read duairilbi p. 44, 1. 17, for locuti read locuturi p. 50, 1. 11, for daruellsat read darucellsat
„ lines 36 and 39, for dosaidisiu read do saidisiu p. 51, lines 10 and 14, for thy seat is read it is for this that thou sittest
„ 1. 20, omit sense p. 51, 1. 13 from bottom, for me :: igim read merbigim p. 52, 1. 18, for this note substitute “merbigim, a denominative from
merb or meirb weak,' must mean 'infirmo,' debilito,' and has
been erroneously placed by the glossographer over prurio." p. 53, 1. 11, for semís read senís
„ 1. 18, for dinaib .... horae read dindib .... horis p. 54, 1. 15, read tribliadni
„ . 17, for year read years p. 55, notes, lines 13 and 14, for loman read louan p. 56, 1. 8 from bottom, for 808 read 838. p. 57, 1. 32, for Lat read Lat.
CORRIGENDA AND ADDENDA.
p. 58, 1. 14, read ydiomate : 1. 18, read inndiu : 1. 21, for primus read
Beatus : 1. 33, read salutarium p. 59, 1. 1, after 47 b insert repelle inimicos crudiles, and for Dissipa etc.
read Increpa feras arundinis p. 59, l. 12, for fructus sicomiris l. mertenn cunar lansuth read glasar .i.
doaurlarcud aura est noxia (gl. erugini, Ps. 77. 46). cunar lansuth (gl. occidit, in grandine uinias eorum). fructus sicimiris l. merenn (the MS. has mertenn, but with the
punctum delens over t) „ 1. 22, for pro read quasi : 1. 24, for uel read .i. , for lines 11 and 12 from bottom, substitute merenn 'a mulberry,'
compared by Mr. Bradshaw with W. mer-wydden, Corn. moyr
bren. p. 60, 1. 3, after est insert in
„ 1. 5, read ' proprium nomen fructus poma quando' etc. p. 60, 1. 9 from bottom. The MS. has clearly luisse not laisse. p. 64, 1. 3 from bottom, read co-ro-n-tinoltar p. 66, 1. 4, for anus read anius p. 70, 1. 3 from bottom, for failtuigit read failtiugit *** ;; 1.4 „ „ for Hymn read Hymn. p. 72, 1. 10 from bottom, after Fiacc insert 48. p. 122, 1. 5, read anuas(er) p. 135, 1. 15, for ríga[n] read ríg[d]a p. 136, 1. 42, for overthrow read break p. 137, 1. 3, for Queen of Queens read royal Queen p. 137, dele the note at the foot of the page. p. 139, 1. 10, for díammac read dí anmac
„ 1. 13 from bottom, for si read si[th] p. 140, 1. 1, for molad read Molad
. 2, for roflatha read 10[p]flatha p. 142, 1. 13, for loved not,' &c., read was not fond of vehement
woman's-wars' p. 146, 1. 13, before against insert ever , 1. 37, read · Of God's great kingdom without denial be everyone,'
etc. p. 156, 1. 13, for pl. read sg.
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