[posted] Typos in eBook 731 Footnote 60
cdwidger at gmail.com
Fri Aug 31 09:31:40 PDT 2012
Twice in one day have made the same mistake of
sending a reply regarding an ERRATA report to
Posting Announcements rather than the party intended.
At 10:02 AM 8/31/2012, you wrote:
>I did not see your second errata report until
>after I had taken care of the first.
>The Latin in footnote 60 has been corrected per your suggestion.
>My only exposure to Latin was a class in
>high-school 66 years ago, as a requirement for medical school.
>I am encouraged that you are continuing your
>reading and know you will find hundreds of other
>errors in the Latin words. Much of this PG set
>was scanned from my 1836 (Harper and Co) edition
>with the normal print very small, and the
>footnotes half that, well beyond the ability of
>scanners and OCR programs of 12 years ago--it was a nightmare of proofing.
>If you have the time to jot down in a list the
>errors you find along the way, I would be most
>grateful to have you send me the list when you
>have completed each volume. It will be easier
>to simply send me the entire list of errors in an email to this address.
>Wed Aug 29 10:34:15 2012 Jim Dishington - Ticket
>created [Reply] [Comment][Forward]
>Subject: Typos in eBook 731 Footnote 60
>Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2012 14:34:00 -0400
>To: errata2010 at pglaf.org
>From: Jim Dishington <jdishington at gmail.com>
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>Three errors in eBook 731 (History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman
>Empire Volume 1 by Edward Gibbon), footnote 60:
>"Universa quae *ix* quoque belli genere necessaria esse creduntur, secum *
>Jegio* debet ubique portare, ut in quovis loco
>fixerit castra, *arma'am* faciat
>"Universa quae *in* quoque belli genere necessaria esse creduntur, secum l*
>egio* debet ubique portare, ut in quovis loco fixerit castra, *armatam* faciat
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