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Page 29, for usser, usse, ussum, usses, ussa read ússer, ússe &c.
51, l. 3, for hó read hange, hó.
66, l. 12, for peow, þeowen read þeów, þeówen, and accent þeów, and its derivatives elsewhere.
71, l. 3, for niwan read niwan, and accent niwe elsewhere. do. l. 19, for fíc-treow read fíc-trebw. 78, 1. 8, for Oder-healf read O'Her-healf. 79, 1. 3, 4, for axian read áxian, and accent the verb elsewhere, 83, 1. 11, for ehtan read éhtian or éltan, and accent elsewhere. 90, for úpp-on, inn-on, út-on read úppon &c. 100, for aðena, aðenede, aðenian read a-bena, a-benede, a-benian. 101, for lociað, locian read lóciat, lúcian, and accent elsewhere. 102, for un-fæle, fæle, fæl-s-ian read un-féle, féle, fél-s-ian. 103, 1. 1, for ge-drefede read ge-dréfede. 105, l. 14, for sacerdra read sacerda. 109, last but one, for sód-líce read sox-líce. 115, note 14, for herd read heed. 118, note 2, for (II. 1.) read (II. 2.) 126, note 9, for for líðan read for-líðan. 133, l. 8, for moton read múton. do. for teohhiad, teohhian read teóbhiad, teóbbian. 134, note 1, for Ut-a-springan read U't-a-springan. 138, 1. 5, for boded read bade. 143, for cyðše, cyfðu read cýfde, cý8ðu. 168, 1. 20, for birne read byrne (birne). 172, 1. 4, for she read the, who. 180, l. 23, for G. ans read Goth, ans. 183, l. 14, for keaven read heaven. 184, 1. 1, for imper. fyligde read imperf. fyligde.
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