[posted] Mike Dawe <mike.thgraoret at emteedee.net>

David Widger cdwidger at gmail.com
Fri Aug 31 01:27:29 PDT 2012

Hi Mike,

I have added the three missing pages to PG file #76

Thanks very much for reporting this deficiency.

The text and html files are online now, it may be 
later today before the autogeneration of the mobi 
and kindle files are completed and uploaded to the servers.

David Widger

Mon Aug 13 20:33:19 2012 Mike Dawe - Ticket created [Reply] [Comment][Forward]
Subject:	Pages of text missing in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
Date:	Tue, 14 Aug 2012 14:32:49 +1000
To:	errata2010 at pglaf.org
From:	Mike Dawe <mike.thgraoret at emteedee.net>
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In the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain


There are almost three pages of text missing in the Project Gutenberg

In Chapter XXI, the text on Page 179 (of the original book) from:
"This is the speech—I learned it, easy enough, while he was learning it
to the king:"

Through to, on page 181: "All the stores was along one street. They had
white domestic awnings in front, and the country people hitched their
horses to the awning-posts."

Almost 3 pages in total, including the entire "Hamlet's Soliloquy",
missing in the epub (also the .mobi as well, I think).

The scanned illustrations containing some of the missing text are in the
.epub, Its how I spotted the missing text from this publication.

Mike Dawe

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