It may be perfectly true that Mitt Romney was meeting with people at Bain & Co (or it may have been a misprint by the Herald).
Line 29, Turnbull leaves undetected the 1670 misprint of 'teach' for 'reach.'
Footnote 90: It has been suggested that Pest is a misprint for Peat.
Page 110: Cainborne is possibly a misprint, or name change, for Camborne, a town in the relevant locality.
One misprint will cause a discord and throw the music out of sale.
One misprint, however, caught our eye, just when ourviii completed Vol.
The misprint "ingenious" has been corrected in both these issues.
This seems to be only a misprint for "Horicoui," that is, "Irocoui," or "Iroquois."
Query, Is this the proper mode of interpretation, or is there a misprint?
May it be a misprint of the Madrid edition for cuiden bien, to be interpreted 'let them take good care'?