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Acknowledges the purchase of his paintings for pounds 31.8.0. Is surprised that Millais receives such prices for works that require much less labor than Lear's. Considers new publications and republications. Refers to Richard Doyle as "a wonderfully beautiful artist." Speaks of his work on 200 illustrations for Tennyson.