In the General Information space below the edition listings, we find: "Op.64 (Pleyel)/Op.70 (Boosey & Hawkes)/Op.71 (Cianchettini & Sperati)/Op.77 (André)/Craw 221"
The author of the General Information section has taken Craw's "B&H" to mean Boosey and Hawkes. The publisher referred to by "B&H" is actually Breitkopf and Haertel, as B&H always means in the Craw catalogue. The date of publication is shown by Craw to have been 1809. Boosey and Hawkes only came into existence in 1930.
Reports of various issues on work pages.
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