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Record Number: POR0032

Related Work: Woodstock

Illustration Title/Caption: Phoebe Mayflower

Keyword(s): Mayflower, Phoebe - Portraits

Artist: Louisa Sharpe

Engraver: Henry Cook

Work Type: steel engraving

Size(cm): 12.5 x 9

Date: 1834

Source Text: Portraits of the Principal Female Characters in the Waverley Novels; To Which Are Added Landscape Illustrations of The Highland Widow, Anne of Geierstein, Fair Maid of Perth, Castle Dangerous (London: Charles Tilt, 1834)

Position in Source Text: [Plate 32]

Location of Copy: EUL, Corson A.12.PORP.1834/1

Image File Name: No image available for this record.

Notes: Portrait of Phoebe Mayflower wearing white dress and bonnet. Accompanying quoted text, with reference to Magnum Opus edition: 'This was no other than . . . had felt a strong vocation’—Vol. XL, p. 222.’ See Ch. 29. Imprint of Chapman & Hall dated 1 April 1833. Also appears in the Fisher edition of the Waverley Novels: see #FIS0117.

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