|Judy's Annual for 1887 (1886)|
The issue contains one drawing by Charles Shannon. His name is only mentioned in the table of Contents (page ).
|Table of Contents in Judy's Annual for 1887 (1886)|
He said - 'and meant it': "You are looking very beautiful to-day."
This is the moment that Shannon has illustrated.
|C.H. Shannon, illustration in Judy's Annual for 1887 (1886, page )|
Then Bertie Brown marries a third young woman, 'Hilda K.', his barrister friend Wigster pays off the two ladies whose engagements were broken off by Bertie, and Wigster ends up marrying one of them.
The magazine was cheaply produced, as we can see on the page that bears the illustration: some words are incomplete ('ortnight' for 'fortnight'), some lines are warped, and raised space occurs in three places on page 42 alone.
|Page 42 in Judy's Annual for 1887 (1886)|