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FROM THE ACCESSION OF
CHARLES I. TO THE RESTORATION;
WITH AN INTRODUCTION,
TRACING THE PROGRESS OF SOCIETY, AND OF THE CONSTITUTION, FROM
THE FEUDAL TIMES TO THE OPENING OF THE HISTORY;
AND INCLUDING A
PARTICULAR EXAMINATION OF MR. HUME'S STATEMENTS
RELATIVE TO THE
CHARACTER OF THE ENGLISH GOVERNMENT.
BY GEORGE BRODIE, ESQ.
IN FOUR VOLUMES.
PRINTED FOR BELL & BRADFUTE, EDINBURGH :
AND LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, & BROWN,
Page 32. line 19. for idea read ideal.
line 3, 4. rectify the punctuation thus, “ urged by him then, used,"
&c. 137, line 12. for Queen Mary, should, read Queen Mary, they should 165. note, line 7. for princes read prince, 173. line 19. for should entirely, read they should entirely. 174. line 20. for bill in favour of, read commission to. 311. note, line 22. dele not. 386. line 20. for Chester read Chichester. 392. line 8. for pursuers read supporters. 411. note, line 4. for wrath read wealth. 440. line 17. for was read were. 445. line 2. in punctuation, make a comma after men. 458. line 20. for Charles he read him Charles. 498. line 20. for appointments read appointment. 499. note, line 10. for vigour read rigour. 542. line 6. dele roho. 563. note, line 17. for difficult read different.