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ILLUSTRATIONS

Maria Foote, afterwards Countess of Harrington
From an engraving by Thomas Lupton, after a picture by G. Clint, A.R.A.
Frontispiece
to face page
Hugh Stafford
From the original painting in the collection of the Earl of Iddesleigh
2
The Roasted Exciseman, or the Jack Boot's Exit
From an old print
4
The Tyburn Interview: a New Song
By a Cyder Merchant, of South-Ham, Devonshire. Dedicated to Jack Ketch
8
The Misses Durnford. The Alphington Ponies
From a lithograph
16
The Misses Durnford. The Alphington Ponies (Back View)
Lithographed by P. Gauci. Pub. Ed. Cockrem
18
Maria Foote, afterwards Countess of Harrington
From an engraved portrait in the collection of A. M. Broadley, Esq.
22
Caraboo, Princess of Javasu, alias Mary Baker
From an engraving by Henry Meyer, after a picture by E. Bird
36
Mary Wilcocks, of Witheridge, Devonshire, alias Caraboo
Drawn and engraved by N. Branwhite
44
Arscott of Tetcott
From the picture by J. Northcote, R.A.
48
Old Tetcott House 54
Mariann Voaden, Bratton 74
Mariann Voaden's Cottage, Bratton 74
A Village "Wise Man" 78
Manly Peeke in his Encounter with Three Adversaries Armed with Rapiers and Poignards 90
James Wyat, ætat. 40
Reproduced from the frontispiece to The Life and Surprizing Adventures of James Wyatt, Written by Himself, 1755
108
Rev. W. Davy
From an engraving by R. Cooper, after a picture by Wm. Sharland
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