Bibliographical Note

Quarterly Review
(1809) Vol. II

Bibliographical Note

Early issues of the Quarterly Review were kept in type, and reprinted with alterations over a period of several years, without listing any details of these new impressions. In the absence of a critical recension of the text, the purpose of this note is to give as many details as possible about the copy text, and the relationship to it of the etext.

Collational Formula of Copy Text

7½" x 4¼" : π2A-P4Q2R-HH4II2; 504 leaves.

Idiosyncrasies of Copy Text

Issue 3, Art. 8 is incorrectly headed as Art. 7 in printed original.

Issue 3 Art 8 Small type is used for main text in printed original pp 160-164.

Issue 4, p 323 is incorrectly numbered 303 in printed original.

Issue 4, p 326 is incorrectly numbered 306 in printed original.

Issue 4, p 327 is incorrectly numbered 307 in printed original.

Issue 4, p 330 is incorrectly numbered 310 in printed original.

Issue 4, p 331 is incorrectly numbered 311 in printed original.

Issue 4, p 334 is incorrectly numbered 314 in printed original.

Issue 4, p 335 is incorrectly numbered 315 in printed original.

Issue 4, p 338 is incorrectly numbered 318 in printed original.

Issue 4, p 433 - date of publication is incorrectly given as 1890 in the printed original.

Editorial Practice

NB Different texts were used for the OCR process and for editorial correction. Text in the Roman alphabet was corrected to the copy text described above, but the images used to represent non-Roman text were taken from the original scans, which have been used to produce the PDF version.

Spelling and punctuation have been lightly modernized.

Page numbers of the copy text are reproduced in square brackets at the end of the page to which they refer.

The PDF file does not reproduce the copy text used.

The etext was prepared by Dr David Jenkins-Handy and Dr Gavin Budge, School of English, University of Central England, Birmingham, B42 2SU, UK. Scanned images were made by the staff of UCE Electronic Library (UCEEL).

This text is copyright, Romantic Periodical Project, University of Central England. Permission is granted for non-commercial use.