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PAGE 109.-In note, for "factions and seditions," read "factious and seditious."
PAGE 209.-In note, for “ March 5" read “ March 4."
PAGE 3+2.- The reference in the last line of note is to Hawkes and and Perry's Historical Notes, appended to the reprint of proceedings of the First Protestant Episcopal General Conventions in the United States.
PAGE 413. - In note, for “One, Samuel Ford, was appointed," read “ One Samuel Ford was appointed." He was probably not the person referred to in the text.
PAGE 417.- In note, for “The representatives * * was," read “The representatives * * * were," etc
PAGE 426.-In addition to the facts given on this page in relation to Charles Read, it may'be mentioned that in Charles P. Keith's " Provincial Councillors of Penn. sylvania," Philadelphia, 1883, it is stated (pp. 186-7) that Charles Read, the Philadelphia Alderman, Sheriff, Councillor, etc., died January 6, 1736-7, in the 51st year of his age. He married 1st, March 18, 1712, Rebecca Freeland, who was buried August 17, 1712; 2d, November 1, 1713, Anne Bond, daughter of Thomas Bond; she was buried February 18, 1731; 8d, October 17, 1733, Sarah Williams, widow of Joseph Harwood, liis first child was Charles Read, baptised February 20, 1714-15, aged 20 days. He was adinitted to the Pennsylvania bar October 10, 1753. June 11, 1737. Alice, daughter of Jacob Thibou, a merchant of Antigua; she was born November 6, 1719, died at Burlington, N.J., November 13, 1763. Mr. Keith says Judge Read continued in office as Judge, and collector of Burlington, “until the Revolution," which is incorrect. He also says he was that Col. Charles Read, of the Second Burlington Battalion, who sought a protection frorn Col Donop, in 1776, which unpatriotic act was ascribed to Adjutant-General Joseph Reed for nearly a century, until the mistake was corrected by Adjutant-General Stryker, of New Jersey, in 1876. Judge Read left three children: 1. Charles. born Septemler 21, 1789, died November 20, 1783; 2. Jacob, born January 1, 1741-2, died September 14, 1783; 3. James. If Judge Read settled in the West Indies in 1774, as was his intention, according to the letter of Governor Franklin, it would seem more probable that it was his son wlio was the Col. (Charles Read in question.-[W .]
PAGE 573.- In last line of note, for "as" read are."