- William James Linton (1812-97), Master of Wood Engraving and Radical Republican
- Fred D. Kitton’s “William James Linton, Engraver, Poet, and Political Writer” (1890)
- Eliza Lynn Linton
Engravings of His Own Works
- A Scene in Sussex (after Patrick Nasmyth)
- The Old Horse (after George Morland)
- Death’s Door (after William Blake)
Cook, E. T. Homes and Haunts of John Ruskin. London, 1912. Page 207.
Landow, George P. "John Ruskin and W. J. Linton: A New Letter." English Language Notes 10 (1972): 38-41.
Linton, William James. Three-Score and Ten Years, 1820-1890. New York, 1894; published in London the following year as Memories.
Ruskin, John. Works. Ed. E. T. Cook and Alexander Wedderburn. 39 vols. London: Allen, 1903-1912.
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