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August 29, 2010

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R Lapides

It would be interesting to know if similar names met with similar confusion. I've just googled D'Oyly Carte but couldn't find any places it was spelled without the apostrophe.

Miriam

The most common 19th-c. error I've come across is "Jane Austin." Happens on a fairly regular basis.

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