The story of Jack and the Giants
|←Front matter||The story of Jack and the Giants (1851)
Jack and the Giants.
Thirty-Five Drawings by Richard Doyle.
Engraved by G. and E. Dalziel.
CUNDALL & ADDEY, 21 OLD BOND STREET.
Printed by Robson, Levey, and Franklyn,
Great New Street, Fetter Lane.
|Jack listeneth to Stories of Giants and Fairies Title-page.||page|
|Jack at Rest. Initial||9|
|The Giant cometh||10|
|Cormoran carryeth off his Booty||11|
|Panick of the Shepherd. Initial||13|
|By Stratagem of a Pit Jack killeth the Giant Cormoran Frontispiece|
|The Justices present unto Jack a Sword and Belt||15|
|A Giant looketh out for Jack. Initial||19|
|The deceitful Civility of the Welsh Giant||21|
|He partaketh of this Pudding with Jack||23|
|Jack measureth with the Legs of a Giant. Initial||25|
|Jack alarmeth his Three-headed Uncle||28|
|Jack delivereth the Lady from the Enchanter||29|
|Jack is dubbed a Knight by King Arthur||30|
|He is accoutred by Ladies. Initial||31|
|He discovereth a Giant above the Trees||32|
|Jack slayeth the Giant, and delivereth a Knight and his Lady||33|
|Jack setteth his foot on the Giant’s neck. Initial||35|
|The Giant’s Brother awaiteth his return||37|
|The Knight and his Lady thank Jack for their delivery||38|
|Jack releaseth the captive Ladies||39|
|A pale Herald interrupteth the Feast||41|
|The Stratagem of Jack with Giant Thundel||45|
|Jack maketh sport of Him, and draggeth Him out of the Moat||46, 47|
|His Head goeth to Court||49|
|The Lady of the Knight. Initial||50|
|The Giant Galligantus||51|
|Jack passeth the Fiery Griffins||52|
|Destruction of Galligantus||53|
|Jack goeth with Company to Court||55|
|Jack slaketh his Thirst at the end of his Labours||56|