CE Whitehead cewcathar at
Tue Mar 20 18:13:58 CET 2007

>At 08:08 -0700 2007-03-20, Mark Crispin wrote:
>>If the intent of the question mark is to suggest approximation, then 
>>"(before c.1606)" would accomplish that.  However, in the context, it 
>>seems to be that the problem is with "before"; the describing documents 
>>are dated 1606, hence simply "(c.1606)" should do.
>I think it is "(to c. 1606)".
>Michael Everson *

Thanks, Mike, that is it.

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