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  ERRATA.
  Page. Line.
  2 8 from foot read localities.
  3 6 from foot, delete, or justiciaries.
  13 3 for lune read lumen.
  14 9 after funeral insert have.
  15 5 for north read south.
  16 8 from foot read compel.
  64 4 delete who, then read and are supposed.
  68 6-9 delete all mention of the Rev. Mr. Jolly. He was hurled at Brechin.
  73 1 read remarkable.
  92 19 from foot, for picturesque pointed style of old English architecture,
  read picturesque style of English cottage architecture, with a fancy
  tower on the east front.
  100 17 The pension of a guinea a-week was given by Geo. IV. to Dubrach for
  life, and to his daughter, should she survive him.
  read Lordship.
  from foot, for person read persons.
  delete minister's.
  delete blank after biv and insert frn$»
  from foot delete that ; last line, for are read is.
  for superseded him in read depi'ived him of.
  2 from foot for 106 read 160.
  from foot after Auchtermonzie insert, who only lived till 1517, when
  he was succeeded by his son David, who was placed in much the
  same position as his uncle the Duke, &c.
  for Sir Walter's read Sir David's.
  delete a in exemplo.
  from foot, read battle of Saughs ; line 3, read belongs and is connected.
  read and ordained him.
  from foot, for two read one ; line 18, for conduct read fulfil.
  delete of the casjtle.
  from foot, for was read were.
  9 for Stracathro read Kettins, and delete (?).
  from foot, for was read were.
  for was read were.
  for close read beginning.
  for Monteose read Monteois.
  117
  25
  127
  16
  130
  6
  133
  8
  138
  4
  145
  24
  153
  2
  154
  7
  186
  14
  222
  6
  208
  4
  220
  2
  254
  6
  283
  14
  294
  11
  299
  9
  311
  7
  314
  5
  315
  19
  336
  18
  Addenda. — Page 218, line 15.
  The name of the first clergyman of Careston is unknown ; but on the 26th of
  March 1663, Mr. Thomas Skinner, master of the Grammar School of Brechin, was
  inducted to the charge. He was translated to some other church in 1666, for in
  December of that year, he was succeeded by Mr. Gilbert Skein, master of the Gram-
  mar School of Montrose. In June 1679, Mr. William Carnegy was admitted
  minister, and being " translated to a kirk in the south," was succeeded by John
  Murray, the last Episcopal incumbent, in October 1681.
  THE END,

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