[Transcribed by Dale H. Cook]
[Editor's note: This page appears not to have been in the first printing of this book.   A hand-written note on one copy that I have seen says "Inserted Feb.y, 1883."]

ADDITIONAL CORRECTIONS.
PAGE.     NO.    
10. 11 For Howard, read Hooper.
10. 18 In second line of poetry, strike out "their."
11. 19 For 1812, read 1802.
11. 20 After Aug. insert 2.
12. 51 For Mrs. read Mr.
12. 51 For her, read his.
23. 215 For 50, read 80.
25. 245 For Thira, read Mira.
25. 246 For 1781, read 1787.
26. 267 For born December, read born March.
28. 292 For C. Harlow, read Charles.
75. 191 For 9 yrs., read 79 yrs.
97. 146 For Eleazer, read Mary.
117. 30 For 1819, read 1818.
117. 30 For Oxford, read Orford.
117. 30 For Roxborough, read Boxborough.
132. 22 For 88th, read 85th
136. 108 For her, read his.
148. 14 For 1816, read 1846.
179. 57 For death 1829, read death 1820.
216. 346 For Lusanna, read Susanna.
22. 207 This Latin Inscription of five lines instead of two, when correctly cut and copied, may read as follows:

            "Hic in pulvere dormit stellam
            matutinarn ardentissime
            expectans.   Hoc marmor dabit
            ruin am.   Sed sperm christianam
            non abolebit vetustas."

            "Here in the dust he sleeps, most eagerly
            awaiting the morning star.   This marble
            will show a ruin, but age will not
            destroy christian hope."

 

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