Good Words for1865. Edited by Norman Macleod, D. D. And illustrated by Robert Barnes, Paul Gray, t. Sulman, Edward Hughes, and others. London: Strahan and Co., Magazine Publishers, 56 Ludgate Hill, 1865. London: Bradbury, Evans, printers, Whitefriars. 934p. 72 separate plates and illustrations set into text. [This may mean that electrotypes were used to reproduce original wood engravings.] Most of the engravings are signed “J. Swain”. The frontispiece is after Paul Gray, singed with his monogram bottom left, captioned: “The last of the English”, accompanying the the story: “Hereward, the last of the English”, by Charles Kingsley. The plate facing page 208 is after Robert Barnes, singed with his monogram bottom right, captioned: “”Poor thing!” said the washerwoman.” , accompanying chapter VII of the story “Alfred Hagart’s household, by Alexander Smith. The plate facing page 709 is after Paul Gray, signed with his monogram bottom left, captioned: “Shall we burst open the door and kill… (See Merlin record for full description)
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