Chapter XXXIV. The Combat. The Small House at Allington
Millais, John Everett; designer; British artist, 1829-1896
Dalziel family; printmaker; British engravers, 19th c.
Cut from The Cornhill Magazine, August 1863, initial letter to The Small House at Allington, text by Anthony Trollope, p. 208.
Letterpress on verso.
black carbon ink; Medium
height, image, 85, mm
width, image, 58, mm
height, sheet, 228, mm
width, sheet, 144, mm
bequeathed; 1991; Reitlinger, Henry Scipio
Bequeathed by Henry Scipio Reitlinger, 1950, transferred from the Reitlinger Trust, 1991
signature; image lower left; printed; DALZIEL SC
number; upper centre; printed; 208
title; upper centre; printed; THE SMALL HOUSE AT ALLINGTON. / CHAPTER XXXIV. / THE COMBAT.
P.1085-1991; "Why, it's young Eames".
P.1086-1991; "There is Mr Harding coming out of the Deanery."
P.1087-1991; "And have I not really loved you?"
P.1088-1991; Mr Palliser and Lady Dumbello
P.1089-1991; "Devotedly attached to the young man!"
P.1090-1991; Chapter XXVIII. The Board.
P.1091-1991; The Board
P.1092-1991; "Won't you take some more wine ?"
P.1094-1991; "And you went in at him on the station?"
P.1095-1991; "Let me beg you to think over the matter again"
P.1096-1991; Chapter XXXVII. An Old Man's Complaint.
P.1097-1991; "Mamma," she said at last, "It is over now, I'm sure."
P.1098-1991; "Why, on earth, on Sunday?"
P.1099-1991; Chapter XLVI. John Eames at his Office.
P.1100-1991; Chapter LII. The First Visit to the Guestwick Bridge.
P.1101-1991; "She has refused me, and it is all over."
Object Number: P.1093-1991
(Paintings, Drawings and Prints)
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