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Illustration on Page 174b of Volume Two of the 1853 James Nisbet, Hamilton, Adams & Co. "New Edition" Reprint, Depicting Ellen Helping Anthony Fox

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An illustration from volume two of the 1853 Nisbet, Hamilton, Adams & Co. "New Reprint", page 174b. A black and white image, with little shading, depicts Ellen and Anthony Fox exchange a note, while Margery looks on, carrying a large basin in the kitchen. Anthony Fox has taken off his hat, it seems in deference to Ellen.

Subjects: Helping Anthony Fox, Ellen, Anthony Fox, Margery

Identifier: 78CIA_33_174b

Illustration on Page 378a of the 1886 James Nisbet "New Edition, Golden Ladder Series" Reprint, Depicting Thomas Delivering The Pilgrim's Progress

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This 4-color wood engraving, appearing on page 378a of the 1886 James Nisbet edition, depicts Thomas handing Ellen a parcel in Aunt Fortune's Kitchen, while Aunt Fortune watches in the background. The illustration first appeared without color in James Nisbet's 1853 Author's Edition (see 3WIS). The parcel being delivered contains a copy of Pilgrim's Progress, which is intended to help spiritually guide Ellen.

Subjects: Thomas Delivering The Pilgrim’s Progress, Ellen, Thomas, Nancy

Identifier: 8UVA_33_378a

Illustration on Page 378a of the [1896] James Nisbet & Co. Reprint, Depicting Thomas Delivering The Pilgrim's Progress

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This black and white illustration is from the 1896 James Nisbet & Co. Reprint, depicting Thomas delivering The Pilgrim's Progess to Ellen, while Nancy looks on. The image is sharper and much clearer in print, with darker lines. This may be because it is a newer and better cared for edition.

Subjects: Thomas Delivering The Pilgrim’s Progress, Ellen, Thomas, Nancy

Identifier: 7UVA_33_378a

Frontispiece to the [1867] Milner and Sowerby "Wide, Wide World Library" Reprint, Depicting the Inn

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This black and white frontispiece of the 1867 Milner and Sowerby "Wide Wide World Library" Reprint depicts the image of Ellen and Timmins arriving at the Inn, weary from their walk. The Dunscombe's welcome them while also questioning these travelers.

Subjects: The Inn, Ellen, Mrs. Dunscombe, Margaret Dunscombe, Timmins

Identifier: 54CIA_14

Illustration on Page 086b of the 1853 H.G. Bohn Reprint, Version 2, Depicting Ellen in the Kitchen with Aunt Fortune and Grandma

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This illustration is from the 1853 H.G. Bohn Reprint, page 86b. The black and white image depicts a scene where Ellen and her Grandmother are hugging, as Aunt Fortune looks on, setting the table for a meal. The title of the illustration is typed at the bottom, "Ellen and her Grandmama".

Subjects: Housework, Ellen, Grandma, Aunt Fortune

Identifier: 43UVA_33_086b

Illustration on Page 378A of the [1891] James Nisbet & Co. Reprint, Depicting Thomas Delivering John's Gift of The Pilgrim's Progress to Ellen

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This illustration from the 1891 James Nisbet & Co. Reprint, page 378A, depicts Thomas delivering John's gift of The Pilgrim's Progress to Ellen. Nancy is in the background, doing house work and watching the scene unfold. A table separates them, with flowers on the top. The backwall has a credence with plates resting on it.

Subjects: Thomas Delivering The Pilgrim’s Progress, Ellen, Thomas, Nancy

Identifier: 32CIA_33_378a

Illustration on Page 16a of the [1910] S.W. Partridge & Co., Ltd. Reprint, Depicting Ellen and Mamma Selling Mamma's Ring

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This illustration, appearing on page 16a of the [1910] S.W. Partridge & Co., Ltd. edition, depicts Ellen's mother selling her ring in order to buy supplies for Ellen's approaching journey to the Hudson River Valley. Ellen's mother holds out her ring to a man who looks at the piece of jewelry distastefully as Ellen stands next to her mother watching the exchange. A caption below the illustration quotes a sentence from page 17 of the text and reads, "Her first feeling was of dazzled wonderment," and describes Ellen's emotions upon seeing her mother sell her favorite ring. The store room contains a cabinet full of tableware and a glass countertop covering rows of jewelry. Ellen's mother's dress is somewhat ornate and includes a feathered hat and long shawl. Her face looks haggard, emphasizing her illness, and providing contrast to her genteel attire.

Subjects: Selling Mamma’s Ring, Ellen, Mamma

Identifier: 40CIA_33_16a

Illustration on Page 378a of the [1891] James Nisbet & Co. "New Edition" Reprint, Depicting Thomas Delivering John's Gift of The Pilgrim's Progress to Ellen

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This black and white illustration is from the 1891 James Nisbet & Co. "New Edition" Reprint. It depicts a scene from page 378 of Thomas handing Ellen a gift from John; The Pilgrim's Progress.

Subjects: Thomas Delivering The Pilgrim’s Progress, Thomas, Ellen, Nancy

Identifier: 35CIA_33_378a

Illustration on Page 378a of the [1893] James Nisbet & Co. Reprint, Depicting Thomas Delivering John's Gift of The Pilgrim's Progress to Ellen

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This black and white illustration is from the 1893 James Nisbet & Co. Reprint. It depicts a scene from page 378, of Thomas delivering John gift of The Pilgrim's Progress to Ellen in the kitchen of Aunt Fortune's as Nancy watches.

Subjects: Thomas Delivering The Pilgrim’s Progress, Thomas, Ellen, Nancy

Identifier: 28CIA_33_378a