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The first edition of the Narrative was published by the Intelligence Branch of the QMG's Dept. in 1881 (2000 copies). According to Harold Raugh's bibliography it was "reportedly suppressed". I have been hunting high and low for a reference to this in published works but without success. Can anyone point me towards the source?

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Thanks for that Isandula. I know that the 1881 edition was published, but what I am trying to find is the source of the "report" (mentioned by Harold Raugh) that it was subsequently suppressed. It did not appear again until the reprint of 1907, which now seems to be the more common copy (although both are pretty rare), even though fewer copies were in fact made of the reprint.

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