Eugene—my brother Eugene!

"Eugene—my brother Eugene!"

G. Stiff


Wood engraving

Source: The Project Gutenberg version of G. W. M. Reynolds’s The Mysteries of London

This plate, which like the others in the book, has no caption, appears in Chapter 258, “The Appointment Kept.”

In a last melodramatic — and unbelievable — twist George Montague, who then becomes George Montague Greenwood, really turns out to be Eugene Markham, Richard’s brother.

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