"Al suo venerato ed ottimo amico, l'egregio avvocato Antonio Vasselli, l'editore Tito di Gio. Ricordi."
Later printing of the probable 1st complete Milanese ed. of the vocal score.
Collation: t.p.: p. ; "Indice": p. ; "Personaggi" and "Attori": p. ; publisher's advertisement: p.  of cover.
Vignette by Ratti of a scene from the opera: t.p.
Each of the 23 numbers has its own caption title, price, separate (alternative) pagination, and pl. no.; 6 of them have corner dates, which range from "4.2.52" to "18.7.53".
Blind stamp dated September "59": T.p.
On many pages, the letters which precede and follow pl. no. vary between copies.
Engravings of p. 104 and 156 (and possibly others) vary between copies (i.e. some of them have re-engravings of these pages); nevertheless, very few textual or musical variants have been found.
The Count's words in the second system of p. 156 read "Ne udisti mai novella" (not "Ne udivi mai novella").
The Count's words "Tu mia, tu" on p. 221, third system are set (incorrectly) in quarter notes (not in eighth notes).
The t.p. does not agree in every detail with either Hopkinson 52 A (e) or (f), but is closer to (f): Luigi Truzzi's name appears in full, as in (f); Milano is present in the imprint, as in (e), but London is absent and the French agent is Escudier, as in (f). Also, since Hopkinson does not record the letters that precede and follow the pl. nos., it is not clear whether his 54 A (f) is Variant 1 or 2.
Cammarano, Salvatore, 1801-1852, librettist.
Truzzi, L. (Luigi), 1799-1864, arranger.
Martin, George Whitney, former owner.