Moore, Thomas. Lalla Rookh: an oriental romance. With sixty-nine illustrations from original drawings by John Tenniel, engraved on wood by the Brothers Dalziel; and five ornamental pages of Persian design by T. Sulman, Jun. [i.e. Thomas Sulman], engraved on wood by H. N Woods [i.e. Henry Newsom Woods]. London: Longman, Green, Longman, & Roberts, 1861. London: Printed by Richard Clay, Bread Street Hill. xxiv, , 381p. With two pages of publisher’s titles bound at the end. The illuminated title page, after Sulman, is from ‘several ancient MSS, in the Library of the East India House’. The illustration on page 90 is after Tenniel, and has the verse:
And seems of all the Great Arch-Enemy.
The panic spreads – “A miracle!” throughout
The Moslem ranks, “a miracle” they shout,
All gazing on that youth, whose coming seems
A light, a glory, such as breaks in dreams;
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