A little child from a hind's hut near stood
beside the prostrate figure.

A little child from a hind's hut near stood beside the prostrate figure. — illustration by Arthur Hopkins for Eliza Lynn Linton's The Atonement of Leam Dundas as serialised in The Cornhill Magazine 33 (June 1876): facing 734. Wood engraving, 11 cm high by 16 cm. This full-page illustration depicts an incident in Ch. 24 ("The Day of Rest") in which the child's discovery of Leam's body at the side of the road precedes the arrival on the spot of Edgar Harrowby.

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