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Illustration on Page 88a of the  Grosset & Dunlap Reprint Depicting Ellen Arriving in Thirlwall
This black and white illustration, found on page 88a of the  Grosset & Dunlap reprint, depicts Ellen arriving at Thirlwall. In the illustration, Ellen stans in front of a storefront in Thirlwall wiht her large trunk sitting near her as she waves goodbye to the horse and carriage that dropped her off as it trots off into the horizon. A caption below the illustration reads, "And she was left standing alone beside her trunk." The scene depicted in this illustration is on page 90 of the novel.
Subjects: Arriving in Thirlwall, Ellen
Illustration on Page 178b of the 1853 H. G. Bohn Reprint, Version 1 Depicting Mr. Van Brunt Finding Ellen and Alice in the Snow Storm
This is the illustration on page 178b of the 1853 H.G. Bohn reprint, Version 1 depicting Mr. Vant Brunt finding Ellen and Alice in the snowstorm. A caption below the illustration reads, "The Snow Storm." In the illustration, Mr. Van Brunt leans against a snow-covered fence holding up a lantern as Alice and Ellen approach. Alice looks at the lantern warily as Ellen reaches out toward Mr. Van Brunt. A bare tree extends over Alice and Ellen.
Subjects: The Snow Storm, Ellen, Alice, Mr. Van Brunt
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
Frontispiece to the  University of London Press, Ltd. Abridged Reprint Depicting Ellen Arriving at Aunt Fortune's Farm
This black and white frontispiece to the  University of London Press, Ltd. Abridged reprint, depicts Ellen arriving at Aunt Fortune's farm. In the illustration, Ellen's silhouette is standing at the door wearing a bonnet and dress. The fire in the chimney is the only light in the room, illuminating Aunt Fortune's frowning face as she faces Ellen at the door. Aunt Fortune is carrying a lamp in one and and a plate of flood in the other. The grandmother's silhouette is seen sitting in a chair in front of the fire.An inscription below the frontispiece reads, "Who are you? And what's wanting?" which quotes page 58 of the novel.
Subjects: Arriving at Aunt Fortune's, Ellen, Aunt Fortune, Grandma, Housework