Hall, Samuel Carter. The Book of British Ballads. London: Jeremiah How, 1842. London: Vizetelly Brothers and Co., 135 Fleet Street. , iii, 234, v-vi p. The illustrations on pages 130 and 130 are after J. Franklin and made by T. Armstrong. The illustration on page 173 is after T. M. Joy [i.e. Thomas Musgrove Joy] and made by Mary Ann Williams. In the Index bound at the end the other illustrators and engravers are listed as (full names given where they can be found): [illustrators:] William Bell Scott, John Gilbert, John Franklin, Henry Warren, Thomas Musgrove Joy, Joseph Kenny Meadows, Edward Matthew Ward, R. R. M’Ian [i.e. Robert Ronald McIan], Henry James Townsend, Edward Henry Corbould, Creswick [i.e. probably Thomas Creswick], Richard Dadd, Richard Redgrave; [engravers:] W. A. Folkard i.e. William Armstrong Folkard], Vizetelly [i.e. Henry Vizetelly], T. Armstrong, William James Linton, T. Williams, J. Bastin, Ebenezer Landells, Green, Frederick William Branston, Jackson, Smith, J… (See Merlin record for full description)
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