Hyphenation, quotation mark usage, and obsolete/variant spelling have been preserved as printed.
In Chapter I, a quotation mark was removed after "could that be possible?"
In Chapter XI, a quotation mark was removed after "what did he care?"
In Chapter V, a quotation mark was added after "They: the people of old."
It is presumed that it ends with the paragraph, and the quotation mark has been added.
A quotation mark was removed before "Flynt was not here, was he?"
And Miss Larrabee punctuated this with a wink which we took to be a quotation mark, and she went on with her work.
Inconsistencies in quotation mark usage, single quotes, double quotes, and quotes-within-quotes are all as in the original.
In Chapter I, a quotation mark has been added after "for a rainy day."
In Chapter V, an apostrophe following "I don't see anything that looks like a cabin," has been changed to a quotation mark.