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Visit of the Prince of Wales to Merton Hall, Norfolk

From The Centrality of Literary Illustration in Victorian Visual Culture: the example of Millais and Trollope from 1860 to 1864


‘Visit of the Prince of Wales to Merton Hall, Norfolk, the Seat of Lord Walsingham. The Meet of the West Norfolk Hunt’, wood-engraving 237mm x 342mm, Illustrated London News 46 (21 January 1865), 72.

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