Gashford's Advice to Hugh

"I would have you put some meaning into your work. Fools! Can you make no better bonfires than of rags and scraps? Can you burn nothing whole?" "A little patience, master," said Hugh. "Wait but a few hours, and you shall see. Look for a redness in the sky, to-morrow night."

Harry Furniss


14.3 cm x 9.3 cm (5 ½ by 3 ⅝ inches), framed

Dickens's Barnaby Rudge, The Charles Dickens Library Edition (1910), facing VI, 400.

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