The Cornhill Magazine. Vol. XIII. January to June, 1866. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 65, Cornhill, 1866. London: Printed by Smith, Elder & Co., Little Green Arbour Court, E. C. viii, 760p. 12 plates. Each monthly issue (originally in paper wrappers) was accompanied by two illustrations. The illustration opposite page 129 is after Mary Ellen Edwards. It is captioned: “A puir reckless thing, tottering along like-”. The capital initial “T” on page 129 shows a man and a woman in a garden setting, facing each other, with a small dog in the left hand corner. It is signed: “H. Harral Sc.” lower right hand corner. The illustration opposite page 641 is after Mary Ellen Edwards and is captioned: “Did he not bear false witness against her?” The capital initial “I” on page 641 shows a lady standing in front of a window, reading a letter, with its envelope on the floor beside her. It is signed: “H. Harral”. lower left hand corner. (This volume has six illustrations after George Housman Thomas, … (See Merlin record for full description)
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