Index:The letters of William Blake (1906).djvu

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The letters of William Blake (1906).djvu

Other scans of English and American are available at archive.org and google books, none are very good quality. Images may be derived from the Meuthen edition, 1906, London. here

CONTENTS

PAGE
List of Illustrations XV
Introduction XVII
Life of Blake by Frederick Tatham 1
Letters 51
Index 233

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

PAGE

Portrait

Frontispiece
From a cast of Blake's head, made when he was about fifty years old, by Deville, the phrenologist.

The Ancient of Days, with the Compasses, striking the first Circle of the Earth

34
From the example of this print (now in the Whitworth Institute, Manchester), which was coloured by Blake on his deathbed for Frederick Tatham.

Catherine Blake, Wife of the Artist

44
From a pencil drawing by George Richmond, made after a drawing from life by Frederick Tatham.

Facsimile of a Letter

56
From Blake to George Cumberland, dated 23rd December 1796.

The Vision of Jacob's Ladder

73
From the original watercolour drawing by Blake, in the possession of W. Graham Robertson, Esq.

Blake's Cottage at Felpham

74
From a pen-and-ink drawing by W. Graham Robertson.

Little Tom the Sailor

85
From a broadside, designed and executed by Blake.

Thomas Butts, Muster Master General, his Wife, and Son

90
From miniatures by Blake.

The Horse

184
From a print, illustrating the seventh of Hayley's Ballads founded on Anecdotes relating to Animals (1805), designed and engraved by Blake.

A Vision of the Last Judgment

199
From the original watercolour drawing by Blake, at Petworth.

Paolo and Francesca, with the Whirlwind of Lovers

219
From an engraving by Blake, illustrating Dante's Inferno, c. v, l. 142.

The Union of Jerusalem with God

222
From p. 99 of the coloured copy of Blake's Jerusalem, in the possession of Captain Archibald Stirling.