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CONFINEMENT AND EXILE
WILLIAM STEEL DICKSON, D. D.
MINISTER OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CONGREGA-
TO WHICH IS ANNEXED,
An account of an Assault committed on the Author,
BY WILLIAM STEEL DICKSON D
Printed for the Author:
BY J. STOCKDALE, 71, ABBEY-STREET.
Page 3, line 22—for Luchman, read Leechman.
Page 9, line 26—after brethren, a period.
Page 18, line 14-for principles, read treasures.
-for these, read there.
Page 29, line 10
Page 39, line 4-for affected, read effected. line 7-for were, read was.
Page 46, line 11--for Ballygurn, read Ballygowns.
Page 120, line 15-for marry, read Bamff.
Page 129, line 4-for Stulker, read Stalker.
Page 150, line 18-for 1810, read 1801..
line 22-for many, read may.
Page 175, last line-for surmounted, read surrounded.
Page 213, line 5-for blended, read blind-led.
line 23-for insiduous, read insidious.
-for constrained, read overstrained.
Let not the preceding long list of errata be imputed to the printer. From my incapacity of writing plain, for several months, and the impossibility of my attending the press, less could not be expected—many errors in pointing, for the same reasons, were unavoidable, as will appear to the readers.
W. S. D.