(publishing) A written work edited and published, as by a certain editor or in a certain manner. | The whole number of copies of a work printed and published at one time. | (sports) A particular instance of an event.
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The following typographical errors present in the original edition have been corrected.
To make room for them several of the smaller sketches in the first edition have been omitted.
I should be glad, likewise, to have your opinion about the full edition of my works.
Blackburn produced his first machine early in 1910 (see 1911 edition for details).
Printed from the Edition that was carefully corrected by the Author in 1867 and 1868.
You see I have corrected the exceptionable part in the edition which I now send you.
In some cases, if the 1882 edition clearly has an error, I have used the other works as a guide.
The first French edition of the text of Vitruvius is of 1523; the first German is of 1543.
Bernal Diaz is referred to in the French edition published by M. Lemerre in 1879.
Printer's errors found in the 1882 edition have been corrected in this electronic edition.
On the last page of the same edition there is an advertisement which helps to explain why the appeals for cool blood were useless.
This edition has been thoroughly revised by the author, with the view of making the work scrupulously accurate.
Having moored his boat and proceeded to the inn, he was directed upstairs by the landlord, who was an enlarged and coloured edition of his brother.
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Third edition revised.
This edition dated 1919.
Special edition clearly indicated.
This is clearly a later edition to the fable.
A complete edition of his works is now in the press.
A better edition could not be desired.
The hydro. is an enlarged edition of the mono.
A new edition in new style, at a reduced price.
New Edition in one volume.
Limited edition in leather, $2.00.
See my edition of Marlowe, iii.
Trade Edition of 1816, in 8vo.
A Uniform Edition in 8 vols.
A printed edition of it, by Thorpe, appeared in 1788.
Also the new, revised, and cheaper edition (the Seventh).
Proverbial Philosophy, Illustrated Edition of.
A New Edition in One Volume.
In this edition there are many variations from the previous one.
I find it on the reverse of the title-page of the edition in 8vo.
In the original edition of 1825 scarcely half of the manuscript was printed.
A small edition was printed at Paris for private circulation.
A few Copies only remain, and no further edition will be issued.
This e-text includes readings from the 1768 second edition of Colman.