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[picture: Front cover for Home Words]

Images from Home Words from heart and Hearth (1888), a church monthly magazine apparently intended to educate the youth of the nation in morals as well as in geography. The illustrations may have been engraved by the Dalziel brother, but I’m not certain; they don’t appear to be signed by an engraver. It’s more likely to me that “Home Words” was set up to compete with “Good Words”—a journal started by the Dalziels.

Title: Home Words for Heart and Hearth

Author: Bullock, Rev. Charles, B.D.

Published by: Home Words Publishing Office

City: London

Date: 1888

Total items: 5

Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

Some sample images

[picture: September.]

September.

A page with three main text areas surrounded by a border featuring pheasant and grouse, rabbit, a country church with its lych-gate, nuts (acorns on the left, horse chestnut at centre-right), wheat, fruits and other Autumn/harvest motifs, and, at the bottom, a sailing boat with a distant light-house on a cliff. The three texts [...]separate image with just the authumn border. [more...] [$]

[picture: September Harvest Page Template.]

September Harvest Page Template.

A page template with three main text areas surrounded by a border featuring pheasant and grouse, rabbit, a country church with its lych-gate, nuts (acorns on the left, horse chestnut at centre-right), wheat, fruits and other Autumn/harvest motifs, and, at the bottom, a [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: Music Hath Charms]

Music Hath Charms

A boy in a farmyard sits on a large wooden barrel open next to a well-pump and plays the flute. He wears a tunic down to his knees, a hat, leggings (we just see one knee) and I think tall boots. There’s a calf nearby, and half-timberes [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: Vintage Rustic border of Twigs]

Vintage Rustic border of Twigs

A Victorian rustic border made of repeating straight twig segments, crossed at the corners. [more...] [$]

[picture: Front cover for Home Words]

Front cover for Home Words

The front cover for the collected issues of Home Words for 1888 is blue with gilt decoration and lettering. It bears the text, “The Heart has many a dwelling place But only once a Home.” [more...] [$]


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Images from Home Words from heart and Hearth (1888), a church monthly magazine apparently intended to educate the youth of the nation in morals as well as in geography. The illustrations may have been engraved by the Dalziel brother, but I’m not certain; they don’t appear to be signed by an engraver. It’s more likely to me that “Home Words” was set up to compete with “Good Words”—a journal started by the Dalziels.


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