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date: 21 August 2018

(p. ix) List of Illustrations

(p. ix) List of Illustrations

When two artists are listed, the first is the designer; the second, the engraver.

  1. 19.1 Anonymous, after S. F. Ravenet, frontispiece, Joe Thompson, 1 (1750). (Courtesy of The Huntington Library.) 310

  2. 19.2 S. F. Ravenet, frontispiece, The Works of James Thomson, 1 (1750). (Courtesy of The Huntington Library.) 311

  3. 19.3 John Clark and John Pine, frontispiece, Robinson Crusoe (1719). Private Collection. (Courtesy of Geoffrey Sill.) 312

  4. 19.4 Francis Hayman, Pamela (1742), drawing. (© Trustees of the British Museum.) 314

  5. 19.5 Francis Hayman and Gravelot, Pamela, 1 (1742). (© Trustees of the British Museum.) 315

  6. 19.6 P. Lavergne and Michael Van der Gucht, frontispiece, The Adventures of Rivella (1714). (Courtesy of The Huntington Library.) 318

  7. 19.7 William Hogarth and Simon Ravenet, frontispiece, Tristram Shandy, 2nd edn., vol. 1 (1760). (Courtesy of The Huntington Library.) 320

  8. 19.8 Anthony Walker, frontispiece, Sir Launcelot Greaves, British Magazine 1/2 (February 1760). (Courtesy of James G. Basker.) 323

  9. 19.9 Louis Philippe Boitard, ‘A Gawrey Extended for Flight’, The Life and Adventures of Peter Wilkins, 1 (1751), facing p. 162. (Courtesy of The Huntington Library.) 326

  10. 19.10 Thomas Stothard and William Walker, The Life and Adventures of Peter Wilkins, Novelist’s Magazine 12 (1783), facing p. 150. (Courtesy of The Huntington Library.) 327

  11. 19.11 William Blake, frontispiece, Original Stories from Real Life (1791). (Courtesy of The Huntington Library.) 329

  12. 19.12 Thomas Rowlandson, ‘Lady Booby attempts to seduce the immaculate Joseph’ (1792). (Courtesy of Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.) 330

  13. 19.13 George Cruikshank, Robinson Crusoe (1731). (Courtesy of Geoffrey Sill.) 331 (p. x)

  14. 19.14 Thomas Stodhart and Thomas Medland, ‘Robinson Crusoe discovers the Print of a Man’s Foot’, Robinson Crusoe, 1 (1790), facing p. 194. (Courtesy of The Huntington Library.) 332

  15. 19.15 Bertie Greatheed, Castle of Otranto (c.1781–4), watercolour. (Courtesy of the Lewis Walpole Library, Yale University.) 333

  16. 19.16 William Hamilton and John Royce, The Old English Baron, 4th edn. (1789), facing p. 129. (Collection of Robert and Vivian Folkenflik.) 334

  17. 23.1 Keywords in titles, 1770–1832 390

  18. 23.2 Publication of new novels, 1770–1832 392