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List of Editor's Emendations

LIST OF EDITOR'S EMENDATIONS

Emended readings, cited by page and line number, appear to the left of the square bracket. The source of each emendation is indicated by a symbol immediately next to the emended reading: 97 for the Stawell News serialisation, 99 for the monograph edition, and Ed. for the editor. The reading in the copy-text (the serialisation in the Sydney Mail, 1879) appears to the right of the square bracket, with the swung dash indicating a repeated word, / an end of line, Pa new paragraph and Om. omitted. On the first page of each chapter, line numbering includes the chapter-number and title lines. For the emendations 8:27-36, see note for p. 8.

7:12 its 97] ts

7:22 dozed-off Ed.] dosed-off

8:23 Slater Ed.] Shorter

8:27 Slater Ed.] Shorter

8:31 Slater Ed.] Shorter

8:33 Slater Ed.] Shorter

8:36 Slater Ed.] Shorter

8:36 pale face 97] pale fale face

9:25 refreshments 97] refresments

10:19 irresistible Ed.] irresistable

10:40 blanche Ed.] blanch

11:36 there 97] they

11:41 her, she 97] ~. She

13:4 joking 97] jocking

14:8 Mr. Mivers 97] ~ Miver's

14:15 Mivers 97] Miver's

15:31 word's 97] words

16:16 and the Ed.] the

17:23 scandal 97] scandel

18:13 and your 97] yourand

19:13 supplanted. 97] ~

19:18 prophesy 97] prophecy

20:10 irresistible Ed.] irresistable

22:24 it's Ed.] its

23:17 hectic 97] lectic

24:18 Mivers' 97] Miver's

24:27 existent Ed.] existant

24:33 thought 97] though

25:5 comparison 97] comparsion

25:16 thin Ed.] then

25:41 it's 97] its

26:19 Mivers." 97] ~.

26:24 embodiment Ed.] embodyment

28:22 "Sit 97] ~

30:7 eligible Ed.] elegible

31:2 prurigo Ed.] prurgio

31:2 hysteria Ed.] dysteria

31:2 marasmus Ed.] marasmas

31:8 Mindorf 97] Mondorf

32:22 Mindorf 97] Mondorf

32:33 vestry 97] vestery

32:34 equipage Ed.] equippage

32:34 panels Ed.] pannels

34:24 last Ed.] lost

36:6 gave Ed.] give

38:29 speaking, Mivers 97]~~,

39:3 where 97] when

39:38 Powers Ed.] Power

40:6 logs 97] legs

40:25 feel 97] feet

41:11 foliage 97] foilage

42:2 trusted." P "We Ed.] ~.~

54:35 recklessness. 97] ~

59:30 weirdly Ed.] wierdly

61:7 I.O.U.'s." 97] I.O.U.'S.

61:26 tremor 97] tremour

61:29 Mivers'97] Mivers,

63:9 speaks Ed.] specks

67:5 warrigal Ed.] warigal

69:35 hers Ed.] her's

72:26 clicquot Ed.] cliquot

79:10 reply 97] repl

81:35 forgo 97] forego

89:25 ”not Ed.] ‘~

91:15 informed 97] / formed

94:5 own - own Ed.] ~ ~

96:14 murmur 97] murmer

103:28 years Ed.] ~'

104:14 landau Ed.] landeau

104:14 McNab Brothers Ed.] ~,~,

104:15 Glentivet Ed.] Glenlivat

107:33 Glenlivet Ed.] Glentivat

109:5 as 97] at

110:7 gage Ed.] gauge

118:20 breeches 97] breches

123:20 bright-hued birds Ed.] bright hued-birds

124:18 untimely 97] untimeous

133:20 rudeness 97] rudness

133:37 recall Ed.] recal

135:3 the 97] he

135:4 spring 97] pring

139:17 loosing 97] losing

141:9 danger. 97] ~

145:14 this." 97]~.

147:40 "The Ed.] ~

153:10 reason 97] eason

155:25 for 97] ~,

156:1 leaves, 97] ~.

160:39 busy 97] tusy

160.40 trembling 97] rembling

160:40 partake 97] part ake

162:17 violence. 97] ~

166:12 not 97] nor

168:15 you're 97] your

173:21 though 97] through

177:3 foliage 97] foilage

180-39 sir.” 97] ~,”

182:33 you're 97] your'e

182:37 me?" Ed.] ~?

188:21 Narrgummie 97] Narragummie

189:20 contradiction 97] contradition

189:28 gage Ed.] gauge

189:34 matted 97] mattered

191:18 by-and-by. 97] by-and-bye.

192:24 by-and by 97] by-and-bye

192:36 by-and-by 97] by-and-bye

198:19 wos Ed.] won

198:30 his 97] hi

199:6 parted. 97] ~-

202:4 an Ed.] on

204:10 last Ed.] least

205:22 be 97] 0m.

206:13 ‘by-and-by’ Ed.] ‘by-and-bye’

211:18 Heliogabulus Ed.] Heliogoblius

213:12 “Who Ed.] ~

213:24 thousand!” 99] ~?”

214:30 it 97] in

219:21 crowded 97] crowed

221:17 too 97] two

221:37 up. 97] ~.”

223:4 lands 97] ands

235:14 you're 97] youre

235:38 in sleep 97] n sleep

236:10 let 97] et

236:31 malison 97] Malison

241:34 guilelessness 97] guilessness

242:28 on 99] in

251:33 tatterdemalion Ed] taterdemalion

254:30 pewters 97] peuters

258:34 Antaeus Ed.] Antacus

261:18 showing 97] showing showing

264:9 cranny Ed.] crannie

264:16 saw Ed.] see

268:22 aglow 97] a glow

272:26 do it. 971 ~.~

273:7 loneliness 97] lonliness

274:2 soothe Ed.] sooth

281:38 weariness 97] wearnesss

LIST OF END-OF-LINE HYPHENATIONS

Of the compound words which are hyphenated at the end of a line in this edition, only the following are hyphenated in the copy-text. In these cases the hyphen should be retained in quotation.

8:23 broken-down

9:31 all-living

13:4 half-a-dozen

14:9 ill-used

23:20 chess-board

31:9 worked-out

31:18 falling-in

32:6 right-thinking

33:18 good-bye

40:34 shiver-the-mizen

51:7 green-winged

62:6 ivory-handled

73:20 holiday-makers

80:26 to-day

85:18 washing-dishes

93:30 crochet-work

102:38 six-feet

103:40 station-bands

105:14 fair-looking

110.6 right-gallant

121:9 to-night

l30:2 self-dependence

130:24 self-dependent

133:30 soul-gladdening

137:28 half-way

138:18 self-dependence

138:22 tired-looking

144:2 to-morrow

144:22 self-communing

184:16 wind-swept

185:25 brow-beating

191:4 public-house

192:24 by-and-by

192:39 sun-shot

210:12 heart-stirring

214:33 large-patterned

218:4 swallow-tailed

224:37 hard-heartedness

225:13 silk-cushioned

234:13 holiday-makers

235:1 twenty-four

235:5 cold-looking

240.20 half-drunken

240.21 wild-looking

249:16 hill-sides

256:8 broken-down

256:14 knocked-about

271:20 white-haired

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