A revised and updated version of
Abraham Kuyper: An Annotated Bibliography 1857-2010 by Tjitze Kuipers (2011)
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In May 1891, J.A. Wormser announced that the second edition of “Ons program” had sold out. It was decided to publish the next printing in twelve installments of thirty-six to forty-eight pages each at the price of ƒ0.30 per installment. The publisher stated in the initial advertisements and prospectus that this printing would be completed by the end of 1891. An advertisement in March 1892 announced the publication of the fourth installment. An advertisement in October of the same year announced the tenth installment. Was the project held up to collect additional subscribers? Kuyper emphasized in De Standaard, no. 6355, November 25, 1892, “that it [i.e., section 3 in the first installment] had already been printed a year ago.” In any event, for reasons as yet unclear, the complete third printing was ready a year later than announced. Perhaps the delay was a side effect of the electoral defeat of June 1891, when the Anti-Revolutionary Party lost eight of its twenty-eight seats in Parliament.