While I was at Westminster (Philly) yesterday, I got to looking around the library and found Joseph Caryl's Commentary on Job. The edition they have, I believe, is the latest version with an introductory essay by Joel Beeke. What I found averting about the edition is that it is literally a copy, page for page, of one of the original publications from what I can gather. Thus, the script is difficult to read, and the "s-f" issue is clearly left in the text and left to the modern reader to decipher the text. This seems kind of strange to me considering that most, if not all, other major Puritan publications have been reworked and modernized text publications. Can anybody speak to this? Is this just one of the available editions of Caryl's work on Job, or is this how they are all published? And if they are all like this, is there any reason why they were left in this condition?