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152 THE JEWISH QUARTERLY REVIEW
CORRIGENDA IN VOL, IX, 139 ff.
p. 148, note 105, 1. I. For Tos. Ber. 316 read 3".
P. 151, note lao, 1. 2. For 310 Sel. = 998 read (i) 310 Sel. = 999 c. e.
Pp. 156, 1. 21, and 167, 1. 27. For part H read Hebrew part.
P. 160, 1. 9. For Elhananan read Elhanan.
P. 165, 1. 14. For Judsi read Joshua.
P. 169, note 163, 1. 3 from the bottom. For we read were.
Vol. IX, p. 415, note 8. For i Sam. 4. 3 read 4. 13.
P. 417, 1. 18. For Suhlan read Sahlan.
P. 420, 1. 15. For become in MS. read are styled.