I looked at the lovely moonlight
Mary Ellen Edwards
Wood engraving by H. Harral
The Graphic 10 (7 November 1874): 444.
Illustration for Wilkie Collins’s The Law and the Lady: A Novel.
The complete text beneath the image: “I looked at the lovely moonlight, pursuing these remembrances and these thoughts. A new ardour burnt in me. ‘No!’ I said to myself. ‘Neither relations nor friends shall prevail on me to falter and fail in my husband’s cause. The assertion of his innocence is the work of my life — I will begin to-night!’”
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