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Some texts even contain more than one type of front matter; seven texts have two pieces and two texts are found with three and four pieces respectively. The occurrences of front matter are spread across the whole 100 years of the corpus and also appear in all six corpus domains, though not to an equal extent. The picture is as follows: SCIENCE 12 pieces, RELIGION 10, ECONOMY 9, MISCELLANEOUS 9, POLITICS 6, LAW 4. Clearly, front matter is less common for the prototypical political pamphlets. It is interesting to see to whom these texts are directed.
3 The only comprehensive study going back into the nineteenth century was carried out by Simon-Vandenbergen (1981) who investigated changes in the grammar of headlines in The Times from 1870 to 1970. What has not been attempted yet is a comparison of headlines in different types of 19th century and earlier newspapers. As far as headline corpora are concerned, most linguistic studies have been based on a corpus of headlines only and this meant that headlines were analysed separately and without reference to the news report as a whole.
These last two kinds of we account for the high instance in the domain POLITICS (cf. Table 2 above). Singular usages are relatively rare, and in most cases they occur in the context of discourse-related comments such as (18). We for I can be seen as blurring the responsibility of the author (Mühlhäusler/ Harré 1990: 102), but — as statements of that nature are not important enough — it could also be interpreted as a weak attempt at involving the reader in the active progression of the discourse.