The Village on the Cliff in The Cornhill Magazine, 14 (July 1866): facing page 1. 4 inches by 6.5 inches (10.1 cm high by 16.5 cm wide). In book form, Smith, Elder marketed the story as "The Village on the Cliff. By the author of 'The Story of Elizabeth.' With six illustrations by Frederick Walker." The engraver for the whole series was Walker's usual interpreter, Joseph Swain.by Frederick Walker, initial illustration for Anne Thackeray Ritchie's novella
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Marks, John George. Life and Letters of Frederick Walker, A. R. A.. London and New York: Macmillan, 1896.
Walker, Fred, illustrator. Anne Thackeray Ritchie's The Village on the Cliff. The Cornhill Magazine, 14 and 15 (July 1866-January 1867): Pp. 1-75.
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