Lecturing on Capital

Marcus Stone


Wood engraving

5 ⅛ by 3 7/16 inches (13.1 cm by 8.8 cm)

"Then the times comes," said Herbert, "when you see your opening. And you go in, and you swoop upon it, and you make your capital, and then there you are! When you have once made your capital, you have nothing to do but employ it."

Dickens's Great Expectations, Garnett edition, facing p. 212 in the Illustrated Library Edition.

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