Milestone wrapper element that marks the start of a physical page in the printed edition of a historical work. This element may also hold any running heads or page number(s) that are present on the printed page, whatever their physical location. Page numbers may be printed, hand-written, perfed, etc., and there may be more than one number per page.
The <page-start> marks the start of a new page, but it must reside within a text content element. Typically, this element is placed as the first element inside a title or loose within a paragraph.
<!ELEMENT page-start ((page-num | running-head)* ) >
Any one of:
For a new page with a page number stated:
... <p>In pursuance of this laudable object, proposals were, in the year 1811, made to the Yearly Meeting of Philadelphia, from two of the Quarterly Meetings, to make provision for such of their members as were deprived of their reason. The consideration of the subject was referred to a committee, who sub-<alt-term alt-term-type="hyphenation" display="no">submitted</alt-term> <page-start><page-num>4</page-num></page-start> <alt-term alt-term-type="hyphenation" display="no">submitted</alt-term>mitted their report in the following year, which was adopted by the meeting; and, in consequence of this conclusion, a plan and proposals for an asylum were circulated among Friends. This plan was not restricted to the admission of members only, but included all those who professed the principles of the society, under whose care and notice it was to be wholly conducted.</p> ...
For a page where no page number is present (using both start and end page):
... <sec> <title><page-start></page-start>Title page</title> <p>AN ACCOUNT</p> <p>OF THE</p> <p>ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE,</p> <p>ESTABLISHED BY THE</p> <p>SOCIETY OF FRIENDS,</p> <p>NEAR FRANKFORD, </p> <p>IN THE VICINITY OF PHILADELPHIA.</p> <p>BY ROBERT WALN, Jr.</p> <p>From the Philadelphia Journal of the Medical and Physical Sicences, for August, 1825.</p> <p>PHILADELPHIA:</p> <p>BENJAMIN & THOMAS KITE,</p> <p>NO. 20 NORTH THIRD STREET.</p> <p>1825.</p> </sec> ...
For a page where no page number is present (using a “sole” tag):
... <p><page-start/>Scripture Truths Demonstrated; being sermons or declarations, by William Dewsberry, Robert Barclay, William Penn, Richard Ashby, William Bingley, Charles Marshall, Samuel Waldenfield, John Butcher, John Bowater, Francis Camfield, George Whitehead, John Vaughton, Francis Stamper, Thomas Story, Samuel Scott, and Deborah Bell.</p> <p>Memorials concerning several Ministers and others, deceased, of the religious Society of Friends, within the limits of the Yearly Meeting of New York, with some of their last experiences.</p> ...