Effects of a fall.
John Leech, from John Leech, his life and work vol. 1, by William Powell Frith, London, 1891.
The bear, having descended from the mast, had fallen on the two men. (A winter amid the ice)
Adrien Marie, from Le docteur Ox (Doctor Ox), by Jules Verne, Paris, not dated.
From Appletons’ cyclopaedia of applied mechanic, edited by Park Benjamin, New York, 1880.
From the Trousset encyclopedia, Paris, 1886 - 1891.
(Source: Old Book Illustrations)
Jules Férat, from Ninety-three vol. 1, by Victor Hugo, London, New York, 1889.
Mark thou each dire Erynnis.
Gustave Doré, from Dante’s Inferno, by Dante Alighieri, New York, circa 1866.