Once a week. An illustrated miscellany of literature, art, science, & popular invention. Volume V. June to December 1861. London: Bradbury & Evans, 11, Bouverie Street. London: Bradbury & Evans, printers, Whitefriars. 1861. 724p. [No separate plates.] In the “Index to Illustrations”, the artists are listed as: J. W. Brooks, Hablot K. Browne, G. du Maurier, T. Frolick [sic], C. Green, H. Hine, C. Keene, M. J.Lawless, J. Leech, J. E. Millais, T. Morten, W. H. Rogers, F. Sandys, F. J. Shields, P. Skelton, T. Sulman, J. Tenniel, F. Walker, Miss Wells, J. Wolf. Some of the illustrations are signed “Swain”. The illustration on page 43 is after Keene, accompanying the story: “The painter/ alchemist, by Dutton Cook. The illustration on page 378 is after Shields, accompanying the story: “The robber saint. A Cornish legend”, [ a poem] by “S.” Stamped in blind on the upper endpaper: “/ A & D Goodes/ The Old Storehouse/ “Antiques”/ Boscastle Harbour/ N. Cornwall./” Robin de Beaumont’s notes about… (See Merlin record for full description)
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