Record of Fifty Years’ Work, A (page 2/3)

[picture: Front Cover, The Brothers Dalziel]

Front Cover, The Brothers Dalziel

Handsome dark blue book with gold lettering.


[picture: Title Page, The Brothers Dalziel]

Title Page, The Brothers Dalziel

The Brothers Dalziel [more...]


[picture: The front cover or title page of ``Good Words'' from 1872]
[picture: Victorian vine-leaf page border]

Victorian vine-leaf page border

A border for a title-page, made from vine leaves with fruits. The engraving has a lot of small dots that might be ink spots from overly fast or careless printing, or might be part of the design. [more...]


[picture: The Adoration of the Maji.  By F. R. Pickersgill, R.A.]

The Adoration of the Maji. By F. R. Pickersgill, R.A.

The Adoration of the Magi, or Maji, or Wise Men, or th eThree Kings (the Gospels do not say that they were kings, nor that there were three of them) is a popular subject; here two of them are prostrate on the ground, barefoot, while a third waits. Mary might havea Jewish [...] [more...]


[picture: Fairy Dance.]

Fairy Dance.

Fairy Dance. By W. E. Frost, R.A.
From a book of poems by the Rev. T. J. Judkin. [more...]


[picture: Scotland.]


From “An overland journey to the Great Eghibition of 1851”
By Richard Doyle. Published for the Brothers Dalziel by Messrs. Chapman & Hall. [more...]


[picture: King Lear and Fool in a Storm.]

King Lear and Fool in a Storm.

Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks! rage! blow!
You cataracts, and hurricanoes, spout
Till you have drench’d our steeples.
” [more...]


[picture: Lear Fantastically Dressed with Flowers]

Lear Fantastically Dressed with Flowers

By Sir John Gilbert, R.A., P.R.W.S., By permission of Messrs. George Routledge & Sons. [more...]


[picture: The Song of Bethlehem]

The Song of Bethlehem

“On wheels of light, on wings of flame,
The glorious hosts of Zion came.” [more...]


[picture: Their beds are made in swelling turf]

Their beds are made in swelling turf

A child, a girl in a long billowy dress perhaps, kneels in a graveyard in the winter snow, perhaps in moonlight. She holds a shovel, covering a grave perhaps. She is grieving. [more...]


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