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Image 1893-London-Warne-01-003-t 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator Arthur Boyd Houghton 
Engraver Dalziel Brothers 
Title Caption 'Heaven defend me!' said Don Quixote, 'how scurvy doth it look in a governor to be unable to read or write' 
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Part Part II, Madrid 1615  
Chapter Chapter 43 
Subject 43.1 Further advice of DQ to SP
Illustration Type Title page
Technique Wood engraving or Xylography
Color Black and white 
Page Number Title page 
Image Dimension 65 x 85 
Page Dimension 211 x 147 
Commentary Don Quixote giving Sancho some advice before the squire leaves for Barataria Island.
Don Quixote has been represented as a venerable and dignified old man; Sancho, at a lower position, listens to him with attention.
Good drawing and engraving. 
Notes 1 - Same vignette used to illustrate chapter 43:2 (p. 551).
2 - The caption has been taken from p. 551.
3 - Same illustration first appeared in London: F. Warne, 1866.