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Pp. 81-2. Mr. H. G. Richardson supplies the following corrections for the readings in the Latin text: line 7, for parliamentum, pa^leamentttm ; line 22, for proficietur, perficietnr; line 23, for Octabam, Octabas ; lines 40-1, delete cum perventum . . . intererunt. He also notes that in the previous sentence the last clause, from ' et similiter', is an interlineation running over two lines, and that a stop (/) in line 7 after expedire elucidates the sense. P. 62, n. 7, for Diet, ofjfal. Biog. read Biog. Nat. dt Brig.doi:10.1093/ehr/xxxvii.cxlvi.320-a fatcat:yqvvqxhygra4haumk4u4okciva