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Covering the light with his hand, Bras-Rouge’s son went down first. Oswaldo Tofani, from Les mystères de Paris (The Mysteries of Paris) vol. by Eugène Süe, Paris,

“What are you doing here?” said Bob Harvey.    Jules Férat, from L’île mystérieuse (The mysterious island), by Jules Verne, Paris, 1870.

” said Bob Harvey. Jules Férat, from L’île mystérieuse (The mysterious island), by Jules Verne, Paris,

Hans Printz (1865- 1925), ‘Mönche und Nonne’, from Die Muskete, Oct. 2, 1919 Source

Hans Printz ‘Mönche und Nonne’, from Die Muskete, Oct.

The colonists were in the boat.    Jules Férat, from L’île mystérieuse (The mysterious island), by Jules Verne, Paris, 1870.

The colonists were in the boat. Jules Férat, from L’île mystérieuse (The mysterious island), by Jules Verne, Paris,

Oswaldo Tofani, from Les mystères de Paris (The Mysteries of Paris), by Eugène Süe, Paris, 1880

Oswaldo Tofani, from Les mystères de Paris (The Mysteries of Paris), by Eugène Süe, Paris, 1880

Blue Ruins

Blue Ruins

'The Witche's Frolic' illustration from The Ingoldsby Legends, or Mirth and Marvels – Illustrated by Arthur Rackham

Up the chimney, lass! Arthur Rackham, frontispiece from The Ingoldsby legends

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