Ecclesiastical Records, State of New York - Vol. 7

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ERRATA ET CORRIGENDA
This apparently extensive list of errata may need a word of explanation. Some of these corrections are of errors of classical clerks in Holland; some, of governors or other officials who, in making their reports, misapprehended the facts; some are errors of old translations which were incorporated in this work; some are editorial, but most are typographical. It is remarkable, however, that in a work of such magnitude, embracing six volumes and 4413 pages, and dealing with many strange names, the errata average only one error to twenty-seven pages.
VOLUME I
The figures at the left are page numbers.
19, tenth line from bottom: for the second word, "Guiana" read "Guinea".
25, 38, 66-67: Michaelius was sent to Manhattan by the Consistory of Amsterdam, not by the Classis of Enkhuysen, as said. See Article, "Amsterdam, Holland, Church and Consistory of," in this index.
33, sixth line from bottom: for "East Laenen" read "East Zaenen".
34, third line from bottom: instead of "1623" read "1628". Last line: for "1644" read "1844".
35, line 7: instead of "thirty" read "fifty"; line 9: instead of "five hundred" read "three hundred".
36, top line: "deep school" should be "dorp school," village school.
52, third line from bottom in the Dutch column: for "Minuits" read "Michaelius".
77: the words "Malay-Japanese" probably mean "Malay-Javanese".
83: for "Cleyerus" read "Clevius".
122, fourth line: for "Aug. 4, 1673" read "Aug. 4, 1637". For this date compare: W. H. Kilpatrick, The Dutch Schools of New Netherland and Colonial New York, Wash. 1912, p. 39-50.
148: Zloahar should read Eleazar. See page 240.
187, under paragraph about Denton: for "1636" read "1656".
187: "Historical Collections of the State of New York, iii" should be "Collections of the New York Historical Society, second series, III.137-160".
245, eighth and ninth lines from bottom: "West Friesland" should be "Friesland and Stadt en Lande (Groningen)". West Friesland refers to the northern part of the province of North Holland and is the same as the "North Quarter" (Noorder Kwartier).
249, third line from bottom: for "letters to New Netherland" read "from New Netherland".
254: "O'Callaghan's History of New Netherland, Vol. 97" should be Vol. 2, p. 97".
257, eighth line: for "daughter, by his first wife" read Bogardus's "step- daughter".
277: for "Stichtenhorst" read "Slichtenhorst".
278, middle of page: for "Sent to New Netherland" read "Changes in New Netherland".
335, below middle of page: for "Jewish merchants" read "Jewish merchant"; for "this spring" read "early part of this year" [int voorjaar].
357: for "Officially" read "Officials".
443, ninth line from bottom: for "propenenten" read "proponenten."

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