Many enhancements for additional information have been made to this classic by Mary Anna Jackson, first published in 1892. For instance, the reader will know of the deaths by disease of two people who were especially close to Jackson. More information is provided into typhoid fever, which after his death killed his daughter, Julia, at the age of 26, and also into Scarlet Fever, which killed his little friend, Jane Corbin, who was especially dear to him. A great many illustrations added by the editor intersperse the eBook as well as translations of Latin terms, so often used by 19th century writers (and commonly understood by their readers) which are archaic to us today. Finally, the editor has added a time-line of the important events in Jackson's life, which will help put his life-order in perspective. Lots of extras in this book!