VII.A.3.b: Typescript of the Second Part of the "Daniele Defoe" Lecture (1912):
Material Description and Collation: The manuscript consists of 9 sheets of single-spaced typewritten black ribbon top (original) copies, watermarked "MADE IN DOCELLES | VOSCES | THE BEST PAPER", with corrections in black ink on pp. , , , ,  and ; the versos are blank.
Title: Headed "D A N I E L E D E F O E | (II)" on p. .
Pagination: The typist numbered pp. – "2. (part II)"–"9. (part II)" in the upper left margin in pencil; p.  is not paginated.
Measurements: The manuscript measures 26.8 x 20.9 cm.
Contents: The typescript was made from MS VII.A.2.b.i.
Other Markings: There is a note on p.  in lead pencil, possibly in Beach's hand, in between lines 10 and 11, which reads "page missing?" and is surrounded by a half-circle, also in pencil.
Dating: This typescript was prepared for Joyce in 1912 by Jane V. Meles (see Sylvia Beach's noted by on MS VII.A.4).
Publication: This manuscript has not been reproduced and was not listed in Spielberg but this text was edited and translated by Joseph Prescott in Daniel Defoe (Buffalo Studies, vol. 1, no. 1 [State University of New York at Buffalo: Buffalo, December 1964]).
Notes: The sheets were folded once horizontally.