. “Facsimile of Sketch by Our Own Special Artist, Mr. Melton Prior.” Source: 86 (28 February 1885): 191. [Click on images to enlarge them.]
ILN (1 March 1885): 246-47.. “Sketched by Our Own Special Artist, Mr. Melton Prior.”
ILN (21 February 1885): 191.. “Sketch by Our Special Artist, Mr. Milton Prior.” Immediately above the two-page illustration appear the following key in very small print: “Ruins of houses, Mosque of Khartoum, Island of Tuti, lined by the eEnemy, Palace of Khartoum seen over the trees, Enemy firing, enemy with banners, on sand pit, and Enemy’s fort at Omdurman.”
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