Sadness Cartoons

Florence Dombey

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At Greenwich Fair. - 'And melancholy mark'd him for her own.'

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Poor Paul's friend

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Trilby - 'Sorrowfully, arm in arm'.

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Trilby - 'I, Pete Corelestes . . .'

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Floating away

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Trilby - 'Repentance'

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Upset man.

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My child-wife's old companion

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A painful interview

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Waiting at the grave

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Trilby - 'Svengali! . . . Svengali! . . . Svengali! . . .'

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Martha Endell

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'Let him remember it in that room, years to come'

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Trilby - 'Oh my poor girl! my poor girl!'

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Trilby - 'Ich habe geliebt und gelebet!'

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Man looks at the bills of mortality in the morning paper and feels unwell

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Trilby - 'Pauvre Trilby'

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Trilby - 'He fell a-weeping, quite desperately.'

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As you like it - the fith act in the Gaité

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At Mr. John Chivery's tea-table

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John's Reverie

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Widow shows a portrait of herself

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