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The Sunday Magazine. Edited by Thomas Guthrie, D. D. And Illustrated by W. Small, Townley Green, J. Mahoney, J. Leighton, F. A. Fraser, Fras. Walker, and others. London: Strahan & Co., Magazine Publishers, 56, Ludgate Hill,1870-1871 , 766p.; supplement of xlviiip. 22 plates. Illustrations are also printed alongside text. Contains issues dated October 1, 1870 to September 1, 1871. Other illustrators not cited on the title page are: J. D. Linton, A. Hughes, W. J. Wiegand, T. Green, A. B. Houghton, F. Barnard, C. Green, R. Macbeth, E. F. Brewtnall. The illustrations are variously signed: “Dalziel”. The frontispiece is after T. Green, is captioned: “ “A bad speculation.” – p. 739”, accompanying the story by Edward Garrett, pseud. [i.e. Isabella Fyvie.] The illustration on page 408 is after John Leighton, accompanying the poem: “A parable” by C. Fraser Tytler. The illustration facing page 693 is after Small, is captioned: “The story of the mine”, accompanying chapter XVI of the story. Robin de Beaumont's bookplate is on the upper pastedown.
Binding: Gilt edges. Yellow endpapers and pastedowns. Half calf, with red vertical line, diagonal-grain cloth sides. The spine is divided into six panels by raised bands; panel two has a red leather lettering-piece, with the words: “/ Sunday/ Magazine/ [rule]/ 1871./ tooled in gold within it.
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Height: 269 millimetres
Thickness: 45 millimetres
Width: 190 millimetres
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- The University of Michigan copy of the issues for 1870-1871 are available on Google books:
- Not on display
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Associated Title: A bad speculation.
Associated Title: The story of the mine.
Associated Title: A parable [poem].
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