The Law and the Lady: A Novel as serialized in The Graphic 10 (31 October 1874): 421. Signed “FW Lawson” lower left. At least three other artists — Stephen Hall, Mary Ellen Edwards, and the illustrator who signed him- or herself as “S” — provided illustrations for this novel. Click on image to enlarge it.by Francis Wilfred Lawson (1842-1935). 1874. Wood-engraving. Illustration for Wilkie Collins’s
The complete text beneath the image: “My good old Benjamin was watching me, with tears in his eyes. . . I was miserably weak . . . . I saw the table on which the singing girl had opened the book to show it to me. I saw the girl herself sitting alone in a corner, with her handkerchief to her eyes as if she were crying”
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Collins, Wilkie. The Law and the Lady: A Novel. The Graphic 10 ((31 October 1874): 421. Hathi Trust online version of a copy in the New York Public Library. Web. 27 July 2021.
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