Greetings, all! I come with editor hat in hand: I must to admit to two eratta that need to be applied to the fall Watsonian.
- Page 44, in Brad Keefauver’s Of All Ghosts: “Your patience [has] been most useful.”
- Page 81, in Ruth Borgar’s The War Service of Dr John H. Watson: paragraph 3 should indicate that Watson was born around 1852, rather than 1862.
Any other corrections noticed by eagle-eyed readers can be directed to email@example.com. Thank you!
An eagle-eyed member pointed out that today’s entry for SIGN read “December 4, 1888”, when it should have been 1878. While there are a number of cases in which the source we use is an outlier (as also mentioned in the entries for today and yesterday), this was an typographical error on my part and has been corrected.
Please see the correction to question #45 on the Blog Page.
Question #75: The word fiancée should be fiancé.
Question #77: “what” replaces “whom.”
Question # 75: The word fiancée should be fiancé.