Jerry Juniper

Sir John Gilbert, R. A.



15 x 10.1 cm, vignetted

Facing page 168 in W. H. Ainsworth's Rookwood: A Romance.

In one volume, with illustrations by Sir John Gilbert. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1882.

Scanned image and text by Philip V. Allingham.

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Spring. How, a prophet?
Beggar.​Yes, sir; a cunning man, and a fortune-teller; a very ancient stroller all the world over, and has travelled with gipsies:​ ​ and is a patrico.
The Merry Beggars.