||1. Unidentified Publisher, n.d.(ca.1890?). Plate 226.|
2. London: W. Paxton & Cº Ltd., n.d.(1913?) Plate 1510.
||another work with plate 1500 and copyright 1913 was published by Paxton or Melbourne: Cole (it is unclear whose plate it is, and the second file is a sort reprint by one of the other's work or else re-engraving or restamping with new plates?... ... London/Paxton and Melbourne/Cole often cooperated at any rate, but I do not know whose plates are which, in truth.- Schissel) The greater length of the Paxton/Cole edition has to do with in part the expansion of repeats (see just the first couple of pages for example.)