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The Quiver. [An illustrated magazine of social, intellectual and religious progress. Volume II. London: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, Ludgate Hill, E. C. and 196 Broadway, New York. 1866- 1867.] 832p. No separate plates. The issues in this volume are from Saturday, September 22, 1866 to Saturday September 14, 1867.
Some of the illustrators in this volume are: G. J. Pinwell, Alfred Thompson, A. Fairfield, C. Rufford, Edith Dunn, F. Oakes, B. Bradley, M. Ellen Edwards, W. Small, J. D. Watson, Charles Green, J. Wolf, E. Shiel(d?), C. J. Staniland, R. P. Leitch, R. T. Pritchett, F. W. Wimperis, A. C. Gow, W. H. Fisk, F. A. Fraser. The illustrations are variously signed “Linton”; W. Thomas”. The illustration on page 529 is after A. Fairfield, is captioned: ““Without looking round, Ulrich crossed the bridge.” – p.552.”, accompanying the story: “Gabrielle of Zermatt”, by the Rt. Hon. Mrs. R. J. Greene. The illustration on page 553 is after Alfred Thompson, is captioned: ““/ I a soldier’s wife and mother,/ You a gallant soldier’s son./” – p. 557.”, accompanying the story: “The half-sisters”, by Mary and Elizabeth Kirby. The illustration on page 689 is after Edith Dunn, is captioned ““Willie became thoroughly absorbed in the service.” – p. 691.”, accompanying the story: “The organ-blower”, by Dash Blank [pseud.?].
Binding: Light brown endpapers and pastedowns. Edges sprinkled with red ink. Half red morocco, with green bead grain cloth sides. The spine is blocked in gold and is divided into five panels by false raised bands. Small plant decoration is tooled in gold on each raised band with double fillets above and below each. Panel two has the title: “/ The/ Quiver./”; panel four has the date: “/1867/ “ tooled in gold.
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Height: 253 millimetres
Thickness: 53 millimetres
Width: 180 millimetres
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- See the article on 'The Quiver' in the Victorian web.
http://www.victorianweb.org/periodicals/quiver/cooke.html (accessed July 2018)
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Associated Title: The Half Sisters.
Associated Title: Gabrielle of Zermatt.
Associated Title: The organ blower.
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