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Illustrations The Uncommercial Traveller Illustrations

The Uncommercial Traveller Illustrations

The Uncommercial Traveller is a collection of sketches written by Dickens for his magazine All the Year Round in the 1860s. Collected in a single volume first in 1861, additional sketches were added in editions of 1865, 1874, and 1898.

Illustrations for these collections were provided by G.J. Pinwell (GJP) and an illustrator known only as W.M. (WM). Besides the initials of the illustrators, the name of Dalziel can be seen on some of the illustrations, this refers to the engraver.

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A Cheap Theatre-Saturday Night (WM) - Two Views of a Cheap Theatre

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Leaving the Morgue (GJP) - Travelling Abroad

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A City Personage (GJP) - City of London Churches

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This is a Lovely Spot, Ain't it? A Lovely Spot! (GJP) - Tramps

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Laundresses (WM) - Chambers

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Time and His Wife (GJP) - The City of the Absent

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A Phenomenon at Titbull's (WM) - Titbull's Alms-Houses

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Poodles Going the Round (WM) - On An Amateur Beat