The Cornhill Magazine. Vol. III. January to June, 1861. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 65, Cornhill, 1861. London: Printed by Smith, Elder & Co., Little Green Arbour Court, E. C. vii, 760p. 12 plates. Robin de Beaumont’s notes regarding this copy are on the front pastedown. Each monthly issue (in paper wrappers) was accompanied by two illustrations. In this bound volume of six monthly issues there are twelve illustrations. The illustration opposite page 497 is after Richard Doyle, entitled: ‘Bird’s-eye view of society. No. I. “At Home. Small and Early” Refreshments.’ which accompanies the article ‘At Home’. It is signed: ‘Dalziel’. The illustration opposite page 513 is after Richard Doyle, entitled ‘Bird’s-eye view of society. No. II. A Juvenile Party.’ which accompanies the article ‘A Juvenile Party – 3 till 7.’ It is signed: ‘Dalziel’. The illustration opposite page 734 is after Richard Doyle, entitled ‘Bird’s-eye view of society. No. III. A Morning Party.’ which accompanies the article… (See Merlin record for full description)
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