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Jeremy Bentham, 'Third Letter to Lord Pelham' parallel texts
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  • Creators:
    Bentham J, Causer T, Schofield P
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    Published online
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  • Keywords:
    Jeremy Bentham, Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham, prison hulks, New South Wales, history of crime and punishment, history of administration, corrupt patronage, Aaron Graham, Lord Pelham, Duke of Portland, Home Office, convict transportation, panopticon
  • Notes:
    This work is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial Non-derivative 4.0 International license (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0). This license allows you to share, copy, distribute and transmit the work for personal and non-commercial use providing author and publisher attribution are clearly stated. Attribution should include the following information: Jeremy Bentham, 'Third Letter to Lord Pelham: parallel text back-ups', ed. T. Causer and P. Schofield, The Bentham Project, 2018. Further details about CC BY licenses are available at http://creativecommoms.org/licenses/ This text is a preliminary version, in that the authoritative version will appear as part of Bentham’s Writings on Australia for The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham, with a full Editorial Introduction, name and subject indexes, finalized annotation, and working cross-references. The volume is due to be published in 2020 by the Clarendon Press.
These files are backups of the transcripts of a draft and a revised fair copy of Jeremy Bentham's 'Third Letter to Lord Pelham' (1802-3) which have been prepared to create an online parallel text to indicate the differences between the two versions of the text. The 'Third Letter' will be published in due course in a volume of the authoritative 'Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham'. A pre-publication version of the text, with editorial annotation, can be downloaded by visiting http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/10055302/. The two versions of the text have been divided into the four sections as indicated by Bentham and uploaded to Juxta Commons, a tool produced by Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth Century Electronic Scholarship (NINES), which allows for the comparison and collation of versions of the same text. To view the parallel texts, please visit http://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/bentham-project/2018/10/10/jeremy-bentham-revision-and-self-censorship-the-third-letter-to-lord-pelham/ for an overview, and the below links for the respective sections of the texts: Section 1: http://juxtacommons.org/shares/jIXm7A Section 2: http://juxtacommons.org/shares/q8dk0P Section 3: http://juxtacommons.org/shares/q8dk0P Section 4: http://juxtacommons.org/shares/FW3RwR
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