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Which sentence has the most appropriate punctuation. I appreciate your knowledge. Thank you.

Then, in 1879, another innovative book was published, given the title 'How To Prolong Life'; it was written by the doctor Charles De Lacy Evans.

Then in 1879 another innovative book was published, given the title 'How To Prolong Life'; it was written by the doctor Charles De Lacy Evans.

Then, in 1879, another innovative book was published; given the title 'How To Prolong Life', it was written by the doctor Charles De Lacy Evans

Thank you very much for your time.
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Hi,
Which sentence has the most appropriate punctuation. I appreciate your knowledge. Thank you.
First you give a book a title and then you publish it.

Then, in 1879, another innovative book was published, given the with the title 'How To Prolong Life'; it was written by the Doctor Charles De Lacy Evans.

Then in 1879 another innovative book was published, given the title 'How To Prolong Life'; it was written by the doctor Charles De Lacy Evans. Omitting the commas around 'in 1879' is OK, because it's a short phrase.
My other edits above also apply here.

Then, in 1879, another innovative book was published; given the title 'How To Prolong Life', it was written by the Doctor Charles De Lacy Evans.

Of these three, I prefer #3.

Have you considered this version?
Then, in 1879, another innovative book was published. Given the title 'How To Prolong Life', it was written by Doctor Charles De Lacy Evans.

Best wishes, Clive
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Thank you very much Clive for your time and effort.
I appreciate your great ideas. Thanks again.
Best wishes,
Anne.