Typographic representation of a curious inscription

Dublin Core

Title

Typographic representation of a curious inscription

Subject

Charles Dickens
Pickwick Papers

Description

Representation of a 'strange and curious inscription' discovered on a stone by the Pickwickians

Creator

Dickens, Charles

Source

The Pickwick Papers, Gadshill Edition, volume 1 (London: Chapman and Hall, [1897-1898]), ch. 11, David Wilson Library, University of Leicester, Leicester

Publisher

Chapman and Hall

Date

1897-1898

Rights

You may use this image in accordance with the license https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/

Format

image/jpg

Language

English

Identifier

823.83DICPPvol1ch11

Files

A page of text. At the top is a page number, 166, and the heading 'The Pickwick Papers'. Four lines from the top of the page an inscription is centred and presented in all capitals, as follows:<br />
+<br />
B I L S T<br />
U M<br />
P S H I<br />
S. M.<br />
A R K <br />
Six paragraphs of text follow.

Citation

Dickens, Charles, “Typographic representation of a curious inscription,” The Dickens Code, accessed April 12, 2024, https://dickenscode.omeka.net/items/show/69.