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Illustrations Barnaby Rudge Illustrations

Barnaby Rudge Illustrations

Illustrations for Barnaby Rudge, which appeared in Dickens weekly Master Humphrey's Clock from February 1841 to November 1841, were engraved in wood and dropped into the text. Hablot Browne (Phiz) and George Cattermole provided the 76 illustrations (most for any Dickens novel) with Browne supplying 61 and Cattermole 15. As with The Old Curiosity Shop Browne did most of the character sketches with Cattermole supplying the architectural interiors and exteriors. The woodcuts were engraved by Landells, Gray, Williams, and Vasey.

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Barnaby Rudge Frontispiece
Frontispiece - The Maypole

Barnaby Rudge 01
An unsociable stranger

Barnaby Rudge 02
A rough parting

Barnaby Rudge 03
Succouring the wounded

Barnaby Rudge 04
It's a poor heart that never rejoices

Barnaby Rudge 05
Mr Tappertit's jealousy

Barnaby Rudge 06
Edward Chester relates his adventures

Barnaby Rudge 07
Barnaby's dream

Barnaby Rudge 08
The secret society of 'prentice knights

Barnaby Rudge 09
Miggs in the sanctity of her chamber

Barnaby Rudge 10
The best apartment at the Maypole

Barnaby Rudge 11
The Maypole's state couch

Barnaby Rudge 12
Hugh

Barnaby Rudge 13
The Warren

Barnaby Rudge 14
Mr Haredale interrupts the lovers

Barnaby Rudge 15
Mr Chester takes his ease in his inn

Barnaby Rudge 16
The watch crying the hour

Barnaby Rudge 17
Barnaby greets his mother

Barnaby Rudge 18
Barnaby and Grip

Barnaby Rudge 19
Lighting the noble captain

Barnaby Rudge 20
Reading the love letter

Barnaby Rudge 21
Hugh accosts Dolly Varden

Barnaby Rudge 22
Hugh calls on his patron

Barnaby Rudge 23
Purifying the atmosphere

Barnaby Rudge 24
A painful interview

Barnaby Rudge 25
Old John asleep in his cosy bar

Barnaby Rudge 26
Mr Chester making an impression

Barnaby Rudge 27
Miss Haredale on the bridge

Barnaby Rudge 28
Old John restrains his son

Barnaby Rudge 29
Joe bids Dolly goodbye

Barnaby Rudge 30
Mr Chester's diplomacy

Barnaby Rudge 31
Soloman frightened by a ghost

Barnaby Rudge 32
Old John's bodyguard

Barnaby Rudge 33
Distinguished guests at the Maypole

Barnaby Rudge 34
Another protestant

Barnaby Rudge 35
A no-popery dance

Barnaby Rudge 36
Mr Tappertit finds an old friend

Barnaby Rudge 37
Mr Tappertit's harangue

Barnaby Rudge 38
The locksmith dressing for parade

Barnaby Rudge 39
Mr Haredale's lonely watch

Barnaby Rudge 40
A chance meeting in Westminster Hall

Barnaby Rudge 41
Mr Haredale defies the mob

Barnaby Rudge 42
The Rudges' peaceful home

Barnaby Rudge 43
Stagg's demand

Barnaby Rudge 44
Grip's performance

Barnaby Rudge 45
Barnaby is enrolled

Barnaby Rudge 46
Lord George brings news of the debate

Barnaby Rudge 47
The rioters' headquarters

Barnaby Rudge 48
The rioters with their spoils

Barnaby Rudge 49
The secretary's watch

Barnaby Rudge 50
A raid on the bar

Barnaby Rudge 51
Old John at a disadvantage

Barnaby Rudge 52
The murderer arrested

Barnaby Rudge 53
Barnaby taken prisoner

Barnaby Rudge 54
Barnaby in Newgate

Barnaby Rudge 55
The ladies' escort

Barnaby Rudge 56
Dolly in Hugh's arms

Barnaby Rudge 57
The murderer's confession

Barnaby Rudge 58
Father and son

Barnaby Rudge 59
The locksmith undaunted

Barnaby Rudge 60
The hangman's badinage

Barnaby Rudge 61
The rioters at work

Barnaby Rudge 62
To the rescue

Barnaby Rudge 63
The rabble's orgy

Barnaby Rudge 64
Carrying off the prisoners

Barnaby Rudge 65
You are Wenus, you know

Barnaby Rudge 66
A joyful meeting

Barnaby Rudge 67
Lord George Gordon in the Tower

Barnaby Rudge 68
The hangman in difficulties

Barnaby Rudge 69
Intruding upon the privacy of a gentleman

Barnaby Rudge 70
In the condemned cell

Barnaby Rudge 71
Hugh's curse

Barnaby Rudge 72
Dolly embraces Joe

Barnaby Rudge 73
Mr Haredale bestows his niece's hand

Barnaby Rudge 74
Migg's short-lived joy

Barnaby Rudge 75
Sir John Chester's end