Vernon, when he got it, was most interested in the erasures here given in italics.
The italics in this and all the following quotations are my own.
The italics are ours: the satisfaction appears to be our contemporary's.
The names of the persons whom they respectively married are in italics.
I print his orders in italics, and his remarks and explanations in Roman letter.
These have been distinguished from the Saints by printing their names in italics.
The sentence in italics is a good specimen of the priskazka, or preface.
The words in italics are unnecessary, since what is ambiguous is unintelligible.
Read without the eighteen words in italics and with the four inclosed.
The italics are mine, but the proof-reading is (or should have been) the author's.