Before 1980, he was involved in publishing political commentaries and news.
The critical commentaries and the response of the author are published in the journal.
The two commentaries would be printed and published in book form within seventy days.
By the 1980s, his commentaries were being published by major media across the country.
Since 1999 his commentary has been collected and published in an annual bound volume each winter.
He has published critical commentary about Wikipedia on various websites.
His commentaries continued throughout the 1990s and were later published as books as they grew in numbers.
Adam Clarke, whose commentary was published in 1831, proposed a possible ending date of 2015.
These commentaries relate only to the first four books, and were published by Sixesmith.
The commentary was initially published in 1967, with an English edition in 1979.