'Visiting the Puppy' a vignette half title page which should be bound in with in volume I, but is sometimes found in vol. II. Engraved by John James Hinchcliffe (1805-1875). Of this and the engraving in the other volume Wilkie wrote
"Of the two vignette engravings, that in the first volume
is executed from one of Mr. Collins's designs for an intended picture.;
and that in the second, from one of his sketches from Nature. Both speak
for themselves as examples of the most popular branches of his Art; and in
both, the vigour and freshness of the original drawings have been
preserved with remarkable fidelity and success under the graver of Mr.
This kind of subject, involving children and animals in sentimental poses, was popular with the public and was typical of some of William's production.