Excerpt from The Itinerary of John Leland, Vol. 7: The Antiquary; In Two Parts; The First Part Published From the Original in the Bodleian Library, the Second From Mr. Stowe's Transcript in the Library of Robert Davies of Lhannerch in Denbigh-Shire I mull beg leave to convince you of one great Miflake in your Preface to the IV. Vol. Wherein after a fingular way you reprefent me to be the certain Author, who put it down for T rutb, that William of Wit/(ham was a You refer to the Notes on the Life of the firli of the three Volumes of A Complete Hijiory of England. And upon that fuppofition of my writing that Note, you inlarge in Words that are at belt uncharitable and unbecoming. But I would only fet you right in the Matter of Fac9c, that you may take a roper and public occa fion to correet the Mifiake ofp it, ajufiice, Sir, due to the World, if not to me.
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