Once a week. An illustrated miscellany of literature, art, science, & popular invention. Volume III. July 1860 to December 1860. London: Bradbury & Evans, 11, Bouverie Street. London: Bradbury & Evans, printers, Whitefriars. 1860. 722p. [No separate plates.] In the “Index to Illustrations”, the artists are given as: J. W. Brooks, Hablot K. Browne, G. du Maurier, C. Green, H. Hine, E. Hull, W. Holman Hunt, C. Keene, M. J. Lawless, J. Leech, J. Luard, T. R. Macquoid, J. E. Millais, P. J. Skelton, J. Tenniel, F. Walker, R. T. Woods. The engraving are signed variously “Swain” and “Linton”. The illustration on page 84 is after Luard, is signed with his monogram bottom right, and accompanies the poem “Contrasts”, by J. F. F. The illustration on page 533 is after Tenniel, is signed with his monogram, bottom left, and accompanies chapter 1 of “The silver cord” by Shirley Brooks. Robin de Beaumont’s notes about this volume are on the front endpaper verso.
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