Mulready's illustrations of 1843 are here referred to, net his pictures.
The illustrations are original and are the work of Mr. J. Semeyn of Victoria.
In scripture we are furnished with illustrations of this diversified operation.
Illustrations have been moved where necessary so that they are not in the middle of a paragraph.
The illustrations with a gold background are taken from the endpapers.
With Illustrations and Exercises adapted to the use of schools.
Turn to Glencoe, in the same series (the Illustrations to Scott).
For half an hour the pages may be turned and the illustrations enjoyed.
It is made on the floor or on shelves as shown in the illustrations.
It is stated that he spent $50,000 in the illustrations of this volume of his poems.