List of Abbreviations

Source Texts

AD — Wilkie Collins, After Dark.

CG — Vaughan Morgan, The Cambridge Grisette.

CM — Cornhill Magazine.

CTS — E. A. R., The Carterets.

EB — Anon, Eyebright.

ESP — R. A. Willmott (ed.), English Sacred Poetry.

FEP — Favourite English Poems of Modern Times.

GM — Christina Rossetti, Goblin Market.

GW — Good Words Magazine.

HT — Charles Dickens, Hard Times.

ILN — Illustrated London News.

LH — Leisure Hour Magazine.

LS — London Society Magazine.

OAW — Once a Week Magazine.

OF — Anthony Trollope, Orley Farm.

PD — William T. Adams, Paul Duncan's Little by Little.

PEA — The Poets of the Elizabethan Age.

TLFL — D. Richmond, Through Life and for Life.

WBP — William Bennett, Poems.

Periodical Sub-Divisions and Stories

ALS — A Life's Secret [LH].

AOD — The Anglers of the Dove [OAW].

BIOS — 'Brighton – In and Out of Season' [LS].

BRT — 'The Blue Riband of the Turf' [LS].

CIW — 'A Cast in the Waggon' [GW].

CMP — Cornhill Magazine, Poems.

CSV — Captain Stauncy's Vow [LH].

DA — The Deadly Affinity [OAW].

FW — The Forged Will [LH].

GEx — 'The Great Ex.' [LS].

GSH — 'Gambling Spas – Homburg' [LS].

GWF — Good Words Fiction.

GWP — Good Words Poems.

HHA — 'A Half-Holiday with the Actors' [LS].

LD — 'Lord Dundreary' [LS].

LHF — Leisure Hour Fiction.

LSF — London Society Fiction.

LSP — London Society Poems.

MM — Mistress and Maid [GW].

MWH — 'Men, Women, and Horses' [LS].

NHM — The Notting Hill Mystery [OAW].

OBS — 'On Being Shunted' [LS].

OWF — Once a Week Fiction.

OWP — Once a Week Poems.

RH — The Rival Heirs [LH].

ROM — Romola [CM].

SAN — Santa [OAW].

SAP — Sister Anna's Probation [OAW].

SBB — 'Up Snowdon and Down Upon the Bangor Bard' [LS].

SOE — Story of Elizabeth [CM].

TAD — The Admiral's Daughters [OAW].

TPS — The Prodigal Son [OAW].

TS — 'The Trial Sermon' [GW].

UBR — 'University Boat Race' [LS].

VP — Verner's Pride [OAW].

VPR — 'Vesper' [GW].

WIL — The Woman I Loved, and the Woman Who Loved Me [OAW].

WW — 'The Wishing Well; or, Christmas Time at Langton Hall'[LS].

Secondary Texts and Reference Locations

AAT — Getty Art and Architecture Thesaurus Online.

BLPC — British Library Public Catalogue.

COPAC — Consortium of Online Public Access Catalogues.

Draper — Heinerich Heine, The Complete Poems of Heinerich Heine. A Modern English Version, trans. by Hal Draper (Boston, ma: Suhrkamp/Insel, 1982).

EEBO — Early English Books Online.

Engen — Rodney K. Engen, Dictionary of Victorian Wood Engravers (Cambridge: Chadwyck Healey, 1985).

Garrett — Martin Garrett, A Browning Chronology: Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 2000).

Goldman — Paul Goldman, Victorian Illustration: The Pre-Raphaelites, the Idyllic School, and the High Victorians (Aldershot: Scolar Press, 1996).

Griffin — Julia Griffin (ed.), Selected Poems of Abraham Cowley, Edmund Waller and John Oldham (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1998).

Houfe — Simon Houfe, The Dictionary of British Book Illustrators and Caricaturists, 1800–1914 (Woodbridge: Baron, 1978).

Jerrold — Thomas Hood, The Complete Poetical Works of Thomas Hood, ed. by Walter Jerrold (London: OUP, 1906).

LION — Literature Online.

Martin — Robert Herrick, The Poems of Robert Herrick, ed. by L.C. Martin (London: OUP, 1965).

Rawson & Lock — Thomas Parnell, Collected Poems, ed. by Claude Rawson and F.P. Lock (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1989).

Brooks-Davies — Douglas Brooks-Davies (ed.), Silver Poets of the Sixteenth Century, New Edition (London: Everyman, 1992).

ULAN — Getty Union List of Artists Names Online.

Wolfson — Felicia Hemans, Selected Poems, Letters, Reception Materials, ed. by Susan J. Wolfson (Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2000).

Other Abbreviations

Aberystwyth — School of Art Museum and Gallery, University of Wales, Aberystwyth. Periodical illustrations of the 1860s and 70s collection.

ASSL SC — Cardiff University, Arts and Social Studies Library. Special Collection.

BL — British Library.

BMFA — Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Hartley Collection.

CanoScan — Canon CanoScan LiDE 20 scanner.

c.p. — Contents page.

DMVI — Database of Mid-Victorian wood-engraved Illustration.

Digiflex — Horseman Digiflex II camera.

Eyelike — Jenoptik Eyelike MF 6 mega pixel multi-shot digital capture back, running on Jenoptik Eyelike software.

GS — Grayscale colour mode.

LL — London Library, St. James's Square.

LZW — Lempel-Ziv-Welch compression algorithm.

Omnipage — Nuance Omnipage 14.

PS 6 — Adobe Photoshop 6.0.

PS 7 — Adobe Photoshop 7.0.

PS CS — Adobe Photoshop CS.

RGB — Red Green Blue colour mode.

Scanjet — hp Scanjet 5470c scanner.

s.t. — Subtitle.

TIFF — Baseline TIFF v6 file format.

t.p. — Title-page.

Project Members and Other Personnel

AM — Anthony Mandal, database developer.

DS — David Skilton, project advisor and chair of CEIR.

CV — Chris Veness, database consultant, Movable-Type Ltd.

JT — Julia Thomas, project director.

MB — Mark Barrett, ASSL digitiser.

TK — Tim Killick, research associate.