In the body of the Dictionary, italics and boldface are as in the original.
Based on references to datable external events (shown here in boldface), the story covers at least ten years.
On another page appeared a paragraph in boldface type announcing the discovery of a new star in the literary heavens.
The bottom of the panel gave the Road Commissioner's name in boldface with Houghton's name below in slightly smaller print.
Words shown in boldface were originally printed in blackletter (gothic) type.
Some in-line paragraph headings are in boldface and some are in italics; this emphasis has been retained.
Abbreviated titles of the most frequently cited works are given here in boldface.
Single underlinings have been rendered in italics, double underlinings in boldface.
One morning it was printed on the first pages of all newspapers in boldface type.