Good Words for the Young 1870 [i.e. 1868-1869]. Edited by Norman Macleod, D. D. London: Strahan & Co. London: R. Clay, Sons & Taylor, printers. 590p. There are illustrations within the text and also as separate plates. The title page and frontispiece for 1870 are incorrectly bound into this volume. [In the list of] Illustrations, the artists are given as: C. A. Johns , T. Dalziel, F. A. Fraser, T. Barnard, J. Wolf, J. B. Zwwecter, W. J. Wiegand, A. Hughes, B. Riviere, H. Herkomer, E. F. Brewtnall, J. Pettie, A. B. Houghton, J. Mahoney, H. French, Fras. Walker, T. Sulman. The majority of the illustrations and plates are signed: “Dalziel”. The frontispiece is after F S Walker, is signed near bottom left, together with “Dalziel” bottom left. The illustration on page 28 is after Herkomer, accompanying the story “Lovely Jane” by Charles Camden. The illustration on page 413 is after Brewtnall, accompanying the story “The liberated bird”, by Isabella Fyvie. The “Editor’s Greeting” is on pag… (See Merlin record for full description)
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