|I don't know where they are, but there are mistakes and errors in here. Some if it is due to me: I'm prone to typos, and if I get excited by something that seems, initially, to be particularly salacious, I may jump to very wrong conclusions. And then there's the enemy that is the printing press of the 19th century, which makes 6s sometimes into 8s and "rn" into "m," just to name a couple of examples.|
Here's my favorite story on myself. As I was digging into the history of the construction of Asylum Hill Congregational Church, I was astonished to read that Sam Colt had been part of that project. Sam Colt! Who knew? It took me more time than I care to acknowledge to realize that AHCC had been built between 1864 and 1866 and that Sam Colt had died in 1862. So, crestfallen, I went back to the articles from the Courant, and when I looked really really really closely, I could see that the little dot had bled into the rest of the "i," making it look like an "l" and transforming Sam Coit into Sam Colt.
So, if you see something, say something!