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Hark! the sea is crying to me in pain!
Their beds are made in swelling turf
Solid comfort and good health.
1.—“Royal Scot” train, near Shap summit, Engine No. 6134 “Samson”
A walk in a romantic dream
The Queen and the Cat
Maria, detail - faces - two people in love
Maria
Front Cover
228.—Saxon Emblems of the Month of February.
Harwood 6: pressed flower from the other side
Harwood 4: back of scrap of envelo;e.
Harwood 1: scrap of paper
Harwood 2: scarp of paper (other side)
Harwood 3: scrap of envelope.
Harwood 5: pressed flower
Frontispiece - Portrait of Goethe with his signature
Typographic ornament or flower from page 2.
Decorative Initial letter E
Front cover, Gems by the Wayside
The Last of their Race
Early Victorian Border from Book Cover
The Last of their Race (wallpaper version)
Typographical ornament or printer’s flower
Initial letter “E” from p. 650
Initial letter “D” from p. 650
192.—Arms and Costume of Danish Warriors
p. 650, showing page layout
Decorative initial letter O with cherubs cooking soup
174. Muscle Men, Table II
Completely Mesmerized
Chapter-end Ornament: diagonal
How to write a love letter
Letter Writing: Pen and Ink
62m.—Initial capital letter “M” from Dance of Death Alphabet.
Ornate border from 1878 Title Page (red version)
Ornate border from 1878 Title Page (green/brown version)
Ornate border from 1878 Title Page (black version)
The Virgin Mary
Plate 3, Page with foliated border from 1478
The Old English Hound
angel with violin
Decorative initial capital letter “L” by Blin
La Sainte Crèche
Portraits of Samuel and Daniel
Samuel
Daniel
St. John in the Isle of Patmos.
Holman’s Holy Bible, 1875 edition
Holy Bible, 1875 edition (black background)
Decorative initial letter “U” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “Y” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “V” from 16th Century
227.—Saxon Emblems of the Month of January.
Charlecote.
High-Priest
Priest
Decorative initial letter ‘T”
Levite
Decorative initial letter “T” from 16th Century
38. Byzantine marble floor-mosaics.
The Springer, or Cocker
6.—Tinmouth Castle
Decorative initial letter “S” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “M” – Roman military standard
The Siren of the Wildsea
The Ancient Yew
A Saxon Mill
Decorative initial letter “R” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “Q” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “P” from 16th Century
Windsor Castle, The Royal Residence
Decorative initial letter “M” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “N” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “O” from 16th Century
Panting was his heart with fright
They knelt on the seat, and fired deliberately
Decorative initial letter “L” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “K” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “J” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “H” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “G” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “I” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “E” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “F” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “D” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “B” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “A” from 16th Century
Decorative initial letter “C” from 16th Century
Unicorn with Mane (Monoceros seu Unicornu Jubatus)
289.—Coffin and Grave Clothes.
A Railway Cutting
The Condition of the Turkey
Initial letter “t” as flower in a pot
In a Gloomy Wood
Zodiac wheel with woman (detail)
Zodiac with evangelists from p. 120
The Catacombs at Palermo
Symbol of St. Luke the Evangelist
Symbol of St. Matthew the Evangelist
Symbol of St. Mark the Evangelist
Symbol of St. John the Evangelist
The Patchwork Girl
The Bookman
Gnomes hide under toadstools
Plate XLII.—Astronomy.
Plate XLII.—Astronomy: detail: sun and eclipses
Plate XLII.—Astronomy: detail: the face of the sun.
Plate XLII.—Astronomy: detail: antique star engraving
Plate XV.—Anatomy.
Engraving detail: stripy feet
There Sleeps Titania (detail without the frame)
There Sleeps Titania
117.—Mantelpiece in the Gallery
Decorative page element/ornament
Decorative initial letter E
Titlepage from Works of Goethe
Decorative initial letter O with cherubs
Bucolic scene from a glade in a forest.
Decorative initial letter B
Decorative uncial initial letter G from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter M from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter O from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative uncial initial letter A from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter S from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter C from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter H from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter N from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter B from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter Q from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter X from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter M from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter E from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter I from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter V from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter L from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter G from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter F from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter M from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter D from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter A from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative uncial initial letter N from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter P from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter R from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative uncial initial letter E from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter C from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative uncial initial letter S from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative uncial initial letter H from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter T from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial letter I from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative uncial initial letter M from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Decorative initial monogram TH from fifteenth Century Nos. 4 and 5.
Newfoundland Dog
Hans
Mary
Rocking-Horse Fly
62l.—Initial capital letter “L” from Dance of Death Alphabet.
clipart: initial letter E from late 15th century printed book
191.—Arms and costume of the Tribes on the Western Shores of the Baltic.
62t.—Initial capital letter “T” from Dance of Death Alphabet.
62k.—Initial capital letter “K” from Dance of Death Alphabet.
The shore was covered with men ready for battle
Frontispiece: Charles the King walked for the last time through the streets of London
Priot Bolton’s Garden-house at Canonbury
Milton at the age of 19
Houses of Parliament from the River, temp Charles II.
[Ancient] Greek Marble Mosaics 5: Temple Floor pattern
62i.—Initial capital letter “I” from Dance of Death Alphabet.
Fig. 17.—Showing Old Type of Gramme Continuous Current Dynamo.
The Chapel of St. Pancras in St. Augustine’s Monastery, Canterbury
Upton Castle: The Gate-House
62h.—Initial capital letter “H” from Dance of Death Alphabet.
Free clip-art: Victorian border of brown twigs
Free clip-art: Victorian border of brown twigs and green leaves
62g.—Initial capital letter “G” from Dance of Death Alphabet.
62f.—Initial capital letter “F” from Dance of Death Alphabet.
The Mummelsee.
Frontispiece: Burkard Keller of Yburg.
62e.—Initial capital letter “E” from Dance of Death Alphabet
24.—Re-constructed “Atlantic” Type Locomotive
The Magical Circle of King Solomon
928.—Betchworth Castle.
62d.—Initial capital letter “D” from Dance of Death Alphabet
62c.—Initial capital letter “C” from Dance of Death Alphabet
Plate 62, Dance of Death Alphabet (overview)
captions for plates 57 – 64
62b.—Initial capital letter “B” from Dance of Death Alphabet
Title Page
Printer’s Flower from Title Page
62a.—Initial capital letter “A” from Dance of Death Alphabet
Martyrs being tortured with red-hot iron and with fire
The Tiger
Alton Towers (4:3 wallpaper version)
Alton Towers.
Melencolia
High Pressure Compound Locomotive
28.—4-4-0 Engine “City of Truro”
11.—The “Cornwall”
Page 483: Troilus and Criseyde, Book 2 page image
Troilus and Criseyde Exchange tokens
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