Trollope 18; Wolff 6795; Ray English 169. The artist Millais was an original member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood (see section on him in Fredeman). Actually a very good, bright copy. Bookplate of John Lowe. (2)" /> TROLLOPE, ANTHONY. The Small House at Allington. London: Smith, Elder 1864. <I>2 vols., 8vo, original green cloth, blocked in gilt and blind, spines gilt-lettered, light wear at most fore-corners and a few other spots, inner hinges of vol. 1 a bit tender, cloth slipcase</I>. FIRST EDITION, with the reading "hobbledehoya" for the sixth word of the first line, p. 33, vol. 1, and with the dropped "7" in the pagination of p. 70 of vol. 1, 18 wood-engraved illustrations after John Everett Millais, HIS WIFE EFFIE MILLAIS'S COPY, with her signature ("Effie C. Millais") in ink on each title-page and the date "1864" under her name in vol. 1 (she had, incidently, previously been married to John Ruskin). Fredeman 95.40; Sadleir <I>Trollope</I> 18; Wolff 6795; Ray <I>English</I> 169. The artist Millais was an original member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood (see section on him in Fredeman). Actually a very good, bright copy. Bookplate of John Lowe. (2) | Christie's