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Overview page. Subjects: Bibliography.

A bibliographical term referring to a leaf which is substituted for one removed by the printers because of an error or other reason for change. The first quarto of Troilus and Cressida has...

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correction

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A correction is a textual alteration made to rectify a mechanical error, such as an unintentionally omitted word or a misspelling, in the writing or copying of a document. The ...

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proof

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Generally the term can be used to describe any print, but more specifically the impression of a print taken from a plate or block before the published edition.

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reference marks

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Symbols, numbers, or letters linking one part of text to another, such as footnotes, commentary, or marginal notes to text, corrections or errata to mistakes. Typically, they take the form...

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stop-press correction

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During the course of printing, changes can be made in some sheets while others are being run off, by altering the type in the forme. Change can result from further ...

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