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by Lewis Hough,S. Thurdale,Frank Feller

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Lewis Hough,S. Thurdale,Frank Feller
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Dr. Jolliffe's Boys - Lewis Hough. with this eBook or online at ww. utenberg. Title: Dr. Jolliffe's Boys. Illustrator: Frank Feller and S. Thurdale. Release Date: April 18, 2007.

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A Tale of Weston School. singing and the grasshoppers chirruping, and all nature invited mankind to play cricket or lawn-tennis, if there were no river handy for boating, four youths might have been seen (but were not, luckily for them) approaching the forbidden establishment. A lane with high banks, now covered with ferns and wild flowers, and furrowed with ruts which were more like crevasses, ran up to the house; but they left this and went round the orchard to the back of the yard, in the wall of which there was a little door with a bell-handle beside it. Jolliffe's Boys". For Fortune and Glory: A Story of the Soudan War. By Lewis Hough. Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Edward Sylvester Ellis.

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Frank Feller (1848–1908) was a Swiss artist who settled in England and made a career as an illustrator and painter. His most famous painting was entitled The Last Eleven at Maiwand completed in 1882. It depicted a small handful of men from the 66th (Berkshire) Regiment of Foot with their regimental mascot, "Bobby", making a last stand as Afghan horseman approach. The original painting has disappeared but is known from the print published by Henry Graves in April 1884.