"The Black Veil"
14 cm high x 10 cm wide, vignetted
Dickens's Sketches by Boz, Vol. 1 of the Charles Dickens Library Edition, "Tales," Chapter 6, "The Black Veil," facing p. 360.
Extended caption adapted from the text: Then, he began to wonder when his first patient would appear, or whether he was destined, by a special dispensation of Providence, never to have any patients at all; and then, he thought about Rose again, and dropped to sleep and dreamed about her, till the tones of her sweet merry voice sounded in his ears, and her soft tiny hand rested on his shoulder. — Sketches by Boz, p. 358.
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