PUBLISHERS NOTE Q -Slip 20. N uri Emir o f the Ruwalla belongs to the ‘chief family o f the Rualla.' On Slip 33 ‘Rualla horse' and Slip 38, ‘killed one Rueili.' In all later slips ‘Rualla.' Slip 28. The Bisaita is also spelt Biseita. Slip 47. Jedha the she camel was Jedhah on Slip 40. Slip 53. ‘M eleager the immoral poet. I have put ‘immortal' poet but the author may mean immoral after all. Slip 65. Author is addressed 'a‘Y Auruns but on Slip 56 was ‘Aurans.' Slip 78. Sherif A bd el May- in of Slip 68 becomes el Main, elM ayein elM uein elM ayin, and elM uyein. A .Should have also used Ru- wala and Ruala. Good. She was a splendid beast. Immorality I know. Immortality I cannot judge. A yous please: M eleager will not sue us for libel. Also Lurens and Runs: no to mention ‘Shaw/ More to follow if time permits. Good egg. I call this really ingenious. In the face of such replies to the publishers well- intentioned questions further expostulation was clearly impossible. 8
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