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|Title page of first edition of Antonina published by Richard Bentley in 1850.|
|Title page of first US edition of Antonina published by Harper & Brothers in 1850. This is the first US publication of anything by Wilkie and was the start of a long relationship with Harper.|
|Cover and spine of the first one-volume edition, Sampson Low, Son, and Co. 1861 with steel engraving by R Young.|
|Steel engraving signed R. Young sr. on the vignette half title first dated 1860 and first published in the 1861 one volume edition by Sampson Low, Son and Co.|
|Cover of 1875 edition of Antonina published by Chatto and Windus with seven illustrations by Alfred Concanen (1835-1886).|
"'Light!' cried the priest. 'His damnation be on his own head!'" p400
|facing page 21
"He followed the different movements of the poultry with an earnestness of attention which seemed almost idiotic in its ridiculous intensity."
|facing page 78
"'To your chamber!' thundered Numerian, as she knelt sobbing convulsively over those hapless fragments."
|facing page 142
"The divinity of mercy had now braced the determination of the young Goth to meet all emergencies."
|facing page 174
"Nothing had been discovered!--he was still safe!"
|facing page 261
"'Strike! I yield not!'"
|facing page 310
"The Banquet of Famine."