You can download the table of changes and corrections that were made to the original text here.
It was too long to include in the book, which already runs more than 450 pages.
All this attention to decisions about where to correct, where to modernize, where to regularize, etc., was prompted by the combination of errors and variant usage. The job printers made the book with more errors than are usual for the period. And the period is characterized by a widespread tolerance for variations in spelling, grammar, and punctuation. When a paragraph looked wrong, for example, it could take a lot of thought to single out the one missplaced punctuation point that could be changed to result in a paragraph that looked normal enough for the period. Always I looked for the smallest possible correction, and over the years that I worked at this, I developed strategies to make the practice of emendation more consistent. See the Introduction for more information about the work that went into making this text.