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Nelly, kneeling down beside the box, was soon busily engaged in her task, and accomplishing it to a miracle.

Illustration by Charles Green for The Curiosity Shop.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

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Nelly, kneeling down beside the box, was soon busily engaged in her task, and accomplishing it to a miracle.

Illustration by Charles Green for The Curiosity Shop.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

(Source: archive.org)

Sunday, October 20, 2013
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On love as a passion. Illustration by E. G. Dalziel for Nursery Morals.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

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On love as a passion. Illustration by E. G. Dalziel for Nursery Morals.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

(Source: archive.org)

Sunday, October 20, 2013
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They and their wives and children - happier far
Could they have lived as do the little birds
That peck along the edges, or the kite
That makes its dwelling on the mountain rocks!

Illustration by Joseph Wolf for Wordswoth’s Deserted Cottage.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

(Source: archive.org)

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They and their wives and children - happier far
Could they have lived as do the little birds
That peck along the edges, or the kite
That makes its dwelling on the mountain rocks!

Illustration by Joseph Wolf for Wordswoth’s Deserted Cottage.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, October 19, 2013
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… Who played 
Beneath the same green tree…, illustration by Myles Birket Foster for Home Affections with the Poets.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

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… Who played
Beneath the same green tree…
, illustration by Myles Birket Foster for Home Affections with the Poets.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

(Source: archive.org)

Friday, October 18, 2013
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Now, Randolph, tell thy tidings,
However sharp they be.J. Noel Paton, for Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers. 

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

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Now, Randolph, tell thy tidings,
However sharp they be.
J. Noel Paton, for Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

(Source: archive.org)

Friday, October 18, 2013
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Scotland. Illustration by Richard Doyle, for An Overland Journey to the Great Exhibition of 1851.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

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Scotland. Illustration by Richard Doyle, for An Overland Journey to the Great Exhibition of 1851.

From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901.

(Source: archive.org)

Friday, October 18, 2013
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The cunning of Sissoo.

Charles H. Bennett, from The chicken market and other fairy tales, by Henry Morley, London, Paris, New York, 1877.

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The cunning of Sissoo.

Charles H. Bennett, from The chicken market and other fairy tales, by Henry Morley, London, Paris, New York, 1877.

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Saturday, October 20, 2012
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Dropped from the clouds.


Charles H. Bennett, from The chicken market and other fairy tales, by Henry Morley, London, Paris, New York, 1877.

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Dropped from the clouds.


Charles H. Bennett, from The chicken market and other fairy tales, by Henry Morley, London, Paris, New York, 1877.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, October 20, 2012