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It was printed by Frbels at Rudolstadt in 1818; and is unblemished by a single erratum, so far as I have been able to detect one.NOTES AND QUERIES, NUMBER 178, MARCH 26, 1853VARIOUS
In this Project Gutenberg eText the erratum has been applied.THE MEMORIALS OF THE HAMLET OF KNIGHTSBRIDGEHENRY GEORGE DAVIS
The proposition will no longer be 'in nullo est erratum,' but that the error is not—universal.BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 56, NUMBER 349, NOVEMBER, 1844VARIOUS
Line 109: “magick” substituted for “mighty” as specified in the erratum notice.NO ABOLITION OF SLAVERYJAMES BOSWELL
This small erratum of nature, this insectiverous insignificance, had no place125 or function there.THE ARMY MULE AND OTHER WAR SKETCHESHENRY A. CASTLE
Page 78: "Ackermann's" has been corrected in accordance with the Erratum on page xviii.MAZES AND LABYRINTHSW. H. MATTHEWS
The erratum noted after the list of illustrations has been fixed.A CIVIL SERVANT IN BURMAHERBERT THIRKEL WHITE
So, for once, M. Michelet has an erratum to enter upon the fly-leaf of his book in presentation copies.THE ENGLISH MAIL-COACH AND JOAN OF ARCTHOMAS DE QUINCEY
"Wood" in all editions, though designated as an erratum by Pope in his small edition of 1736.THE WORKS OF ALEXANDER POPE, VOLUME 2 (OF 10)ALEXANDER POPE
Thus was the first deleatur of pricking conscience duly heeded by Franklin, the Printer; the first erratum revised.BENJAMIN FRANKLIN; SELF-REVEALED, VOLUME I (OF 2)WILIAM CABELL BRUCE

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