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versin. any reajons, Amongso rothers,       1
not backward in bind-period, when [     ] onceing       2
now at onceing received       3
onceing shall fall, a distinct contribution to       4
onceing, invariably to my arm gives the preference — a hand, you know       5
which at onceing able to discover the object       6
may onceing completely into the hands of       7
deep feel / And this is not at onceing which it passes our comprehension
And trials well sustained       8
with the rest, durbut for me, who only did so onceing       9
machine Dotted p.ping > onceing       10
at onceing attention       11
feil at onceing       12
thus Replying to your inquiry regarding [     ] onceing       13

sources (13 of 49)

  1. OCR struggles with (whose?) endpaper notes, at A Collection of Scarce and Valuable Papers, Some whereof were never before Printed... (London, printed for George Sawbridge... in Little Britain, 1712)
    Bodleian copy (accession stamp 17 November 1936)
  2. OCR cross-column misread at “The Venetian, a Tale,” in The Lady’s Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex, appropriated solely to their use and amusement. (London; “For August, 1791”) : 411-416 (414)
  3. ex OCR cross-column misread, involving a letter to the editor (author “unknown to us”) and “Prospects of Europe” at Niles’ Weekly Register (The Past—The Present—For the Future.) 17:3 (Baltimore; September 18, 1819) : 34
  4. OCR cross-column misread, involving “The Romance of History : Woman’s Fidelity unto Death” and “Retribution”, at New-York Mirror 14:35 (Saturday, February 25, 1837) : 275
  5. OCR confusion (inscrutable) at Charles [James] Mathews (1803-78 *). Why did you die? A petite comedy, in one act (London, 1837) : 20
    BL copy, bound together with J. Palgrave Simpson, “Without Incombrances, A Farce” (1850?; BM stamp 1859) and Thomas Haynes Bayly, “You Can’t Marry Your Grandmother. An original petite comedy in Two Acts” (BM stamp 1859)
  6. OCR cross-column misread, at “The Cabin Boy. A Tale, founded on fact.” [by C. B.] in The Rural Repository Devoted to Polite Literature 15:17 (Hudson, N.Y.; Saturday, February 2, 1839) : 129-133 (131)
  7. OCR cross-colum misread at “Position and Prospects of Russia” (a passage on serfs, and either reform or revolution), in Tait’s Edinburgh Magazine 15 (December 1848) : 825-828 (827)
  8. OCR misread, involving an m-dash and a cross-column jump, at M. Bethm-Edwards, “The Second Part of ‘Faust’: A Study,” in The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art 39:1 (January 1884) : 119-126 (120)
  9. OCR cross-column misread, at The Count of Monte-Cristo or, The Adventures of Edmond Dantes (New York, 1893) : 243
  10. obscure, evidently page 208 (in diagram), at Manufacturers’ Record (A weekly Southern industrial, railroad and financial newspaper) 45:10 (Baltimore; March 24, 1904) : 207
  11. somewhat confused OCR cross-column misread, at “An advertisement that was discussed by an entire city” in The St. Louis Lumberman 48:1 (St. Louis; July 1, 1911) : 66
  12. OCR cross-column misread, snippet view only, Pearson’s Magazine 36 (1913) : 366

    The “chicken sandwich” passage can be found in Edgar Jepson (1863-1938 *), his Happy Pollyooly, the Rich Little Poor Girl (1915) : 84

  13. inscrutable OCR cross-column misread at full-page advertisement for “The Coffield Tire Protector” at Automotive Industries, The Automobile 38:1 (January 3, 1918) : 171

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