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diaryofalandlockedmermaid:  "Introduced to Mrs. Jennings" Hugh Thomson illustration for an 1896 edition of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility

diaryofalandlockedmermaid: "Introduced to Mrs. Jennings" Hugh Thomson illustration for an 1896 edition of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility

E7. 'Showing your picture to his mother and sisters.' This pic by Hugh Thomson

E7. 'Showing your picture to his mother and sisters.' This pic by Hugh Thomson

Emma. Ready to jump up and see the the progress(ch. 6). by Hugh Thomson

Emma. Ready to jump up and see the the progress(ch. 6). by Hugh Thomson

SS. "Colonel Brandon was invited to visit her." CE Brock illustration | Sense and Sensibility |

SS. "Colonel Brandon was invited to visit her." CE Brock illustration | Sense and Sensibility |

Hugh Thomson 'Drawing Him a Little Aside' from Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen

Hugh Thomson 'Drawing Him a Little Aside' from Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen

"It would give me the greatest pleasure; but that I am at this moment going to dance." Tom avoids a card game by asking Fanny to dance, Mansfield Park, Jane Austen

"It would give me the greatest pleasure; but that I am at this moment going to dance." Tom avoids a card game by asking Fanny to dance, Mansfield Park, Jane Austen

Jane Austen Sense and Sensibility - I was formally dismissed

Jane Austen Sense and Sensibility - I was formally dismissed

They were divided only by Mrs. Musgrove - Jane Austen's Persuasion, 1909

They were divided only by Mrs. Musgrove - Jane Austen's Persuasion, 1909

sense and sensibility illustrations - One of the happiest of men

sense and sensibility illustrations - One of the happiest of men

She could have no doubt of its being Edward's face - Sense and Sensibility, 1908

She could have no doubt of its being Edward's face - Sense and Sensibility, 1908

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