The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1967
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Vol. 1 of 2; 234 pp., index at back lists illustrators and engravers. Red leather binding, front & back gilt tooled design of urn with flowers and fruit within a decorative frame, gilt lettering on the spine. Reissue of book first published in 1842. Illustrations (in alphabetical order by title): "Chevy Chase," p. 1: designer: John Franklin / engravers: William James Linton, Thomas Williams, John Bastin, Thomas Armstrong, Ebenezer Landells. "Fair Margaret and Sweet William," p. 179: designer: Henry Warren / engraver: Jackson [?Mason Jackson, 1819-1903 or his elder brother John Jackson, 1801-1848]. "Fair Rosamond," p. 21: designer: John Franklin / engravers: Thomas Williams, Orrin Smith, Edmund Evans, John Walmsley, Miss Williams [either Mary Ann Williams, British, b. 1788, or her niece Miss E. Williams]. "Fause Foodrage," p. 163: designer: T. M. Joy [?Thomas Musgrove Joy, active 1842] / engraver: Miss Williams [either Mary Ann Williams, British, b. 1788; or her niece Miss E. Williams]. "Genevieve," p. 173: designer: John Franklin / engravers: Thomas Armstrong, George Pike Nicholls. "Gil Morrice," p. 97: designer: Joseph Kenny Meadows / engravers: Smith and Linton. "Johnie of Breadislee," p. 223: designer: Thomas Sibson / engraver: William James Linton. "Katherine Janfarie," p. 267: designer: Charles Harvey Weigall / engraver: Ebenezer Landsells "Kempion," p. 51: designer: William Bell Scott / engraver: Smith and Linton. "King Arthur's Death," p. 125: designer: John Franklin / engravers: W. T. Green, George Pike Nicholls, Thomas Armstrong. "Lord Soulis," p. 145: designer: Robert Ronald McIan / engravers: Smith and Linton. "Lord Thomas and Fair Annet," p. 157: designer: Henry James Townsend / engravers: William Armstrong Folkard, Frederick William Branston, John Walmsely, John Bastin. "Lord Ullin's Daughter," p. 207: designer: Edward Corbould / engravers: Josiah Wood Whymper, S. Williams [?Samuel Williams]. "Robin Goodfellow," p. 83: designer: Richard Dadd / engraver: W. T. Green. "Sir Aldingar," p. 107: designer: John Gilbert / engraver: Giles and Folkard [?William Armstrong Folkard]. "Sir Lancelot du Lake," p. 117: designer: Edward Corbould / engravers: Smith and Linton [Harvey Orrin Smith, act. 1847-70, who worked as Smith and Linton with William Henry Linton]. "Sir Patrick Spens," p. 91: designer: John Franklin / engraver: Thomas Armstrong. "The Birth of St. George," p. 185: designer: William Bell Scott / engravers: William Armstrong Folkard, Henry Vizetelly, Thomas Armstrong. "The Blind Beggar of Bednall Green," p. 73: designer: John Gilbert / engraver: Henry Vizetelly. "The Childe of Elle," p. 57: designer: John Franklin / engraver: Thomas Williams. "The Children in the Wood," p. 12: designer: John Rogers Herbert, A.R.A. / engraver: W. T. Green. "The Demon Lover," p. 31: designer: John Gilbert / engravers: Wiliam Armstrong Folkard and John Bastin. "The Dowie Dens of Yarrow," p. 229: designer; John Franklin / engravers: Frederick William Branston and Edmund Evans. "The Heire of Linne," p. 135: designer: Edward Matthew Ward / engraver: John Bastin. "The Mermaid," p. 195: designer: John Franklin / engravers: W. T. Green, Frederick William Branston, George Pike Nicholls, Thomas Armstrong. "The Nut-Brown Maid," p. 37: designers: Thomas Creswick, William Bell Scott, Samuel Williams / engravers: Samuel Williams, Joseph Lionel Williams, Ebenezer Landells, and Henry Richard Vizetelly. "The Twa Brothers," p. 67: designer: William Powell Frith / engraver: John Bastin.
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