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CORRECTIONS IN THE MEMOIR.
P. 2. The late Mr. William Upcott, (for so he is since become!) has bequeathed his personal and private reminiscences to the British Museum; his MS. and printed collections, as well as other treasures, to the Bodleian Library at Oxford. It is to be hoped, that any Letters of Bishop Lowth, which may exist among the latter, will be some day incorporated with his Lordship's general correspondence, and published by the present representatives of the family.
P. 5. It was a subsequent edition of the Biographia Britannica, which Dr. Kippis superintended, but which was never completed beyond the first six letters of the alphabet.
P. 37-8. There is some confusion in this notice of the Rev. T. H. Lowth, who appears, from other accounts, to have died unmarried.