Page 10: Footnote 3: Mississippi
“In the space of one hundred and seventy-six years the Lower Missisippi has shortened itself two hundred and forty-two miles.
Page 17: par. 4: question
This is largely an empirical quesion, and again it is one to which little systematic analysis has been devoted.
Page 102: Footnote 10: discussion
For a more complete dicussion, [...]
Page 103: Footnote 11, Number 6: Hopkins
(Baltimore: Johns Hokins Press, 1958).
Page 104: Footnote 22: Publishing
(New York: McGraw-Hill Pubishing Co., Inc., 1952)
Page 206: par. 1: with
But this paper does not deal directly wtih profligacy, only with its aftermath—tyranny.
Page 244: par. 2: been
In the case of transport, a part of the loss has ben written off by the creditor, i.e., the government, and it seems most unlikely that even the balance will ever be made good.