Drystubble is now called Droogstoppel(sentences <6> and <38>), and Shawlman is Scarfman (sentence <1>). Droogstoppel’s firm is no longer at Laurier Canal but at Lauriergracht (sentences <6>, <30>, <38>).
What do you think is the significance of these shifts?
What about sentence <37> in Edwards? What corresponds to it in Nahuijs and Siebenhaar?
Compare sentence <13> in Edwards with the corresponding sentence <14> in Siebenhaar 1927 and sentence <11> in Nahuijs 1868.
What do you conclude about Edwards’s priorities in opting for his solution?
How about the form of address in Droogstoppel’s opening sentence and the later occurrences of the key word in sentences <22>, <31> and <34>?
What do you conclude about the relation between Edwards’s version to Siebenhaar’s?