Mrs. Harriet S. Nelson, of Hillside, Ockbrook; to the Rev. J. N. Libbey, m-a., Secretary of the M'oravian Union; to the Rev. Jean R. Barnabas, Minister of the Eglise Wallonne Hug, uenote Evange'lique Francaise, Canterbury; to Col. Duncan G. Pitcher, Honorary Secretary of the Huguenot Society of London; to the Rev. Louis Verdier, Minister of the French Protestant Church of the Savoy; to Mr. H. S. Kingsford, Seez retary of the Society of Antiquaries of London; to M. N. Weiss, President of the Societe de l'histoire du Protestantisme Francais. Paris; to M. Henri Stein, President of the Socie'te Nationale des Antiquaires de France; to M. L. Jacob, President, Le Document, rue Jacob, Paris; to Col. H. Brooke Taylor of the Close, Bakewell; to Mr. Arthur Sheppard, Private Secretary of His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury; to.mr. F. C. Cole, Chief Librarian of the Huddersfield Public Library; to Mr. Thomas W. Hand, City Librarian, Central Public Library, Leeds; to Mr. J. Henry Quinn, Chief Librarian of the Chelsea Public Library; to the Rev. J. M. Mallalieu, of Baltonsborough, Nr. Glastonbury; to my old College friend, Mr. Joseph Sykes' to Mr. D. Inward, of Tulse Hill Park, London, who made for me ex, haustive searches in the Public Record Office and elsewhere to all of whom I am no less indebted than to the authors of the various works quoted in the text.