The Yijian Zhi（夷堅志） is a collection of anecdotes about the supernatural complied by Hong Mai of the southern Song. The established text published by Zhonghua Shuju（中華書局）derives from the Southern Song Jian’an edition. The original printed version, the Kuaiji (會稽） edition, to which Hong Mai made revisions, is no longer in existence. According to Zhang Zhuping and my own research, the Ming manuscript of the Yijian zhi held by the Shanghai Library （referred to hereafter as Shanghai version B） has preserved the original unrevised text. Zhang Zhuping has pointed out that Shanghai version B and the established text differ. In this article, I compare the text of Shanghai version B with the Zhonghua Shuju version, focusing specifically on the differences not dealt with by Zhang Zhuping.