These come from Legends From Fairy Land: Narrating The History Of Prince Glee and Princess Trill (and "the cruel persecutions and condign punishment of Aunt Spite, the adventures of the great Tuflongbo, and the story of the Blackcap in the Giant's Well"), London: Smith, Elder and Co, Internet Archive legendsfromfair00leegoog.
The first of the Holme Lee books of distinctly allegorical fairytales, it was illustrated by H Sanderson in a style that might be described as 18th century camp: very different from both W Sharpe's weird mix of mediaeval and Highland ghillie for The Wonderful Adventures of Tuflonbo and His Elfin Company in Their Journey with Little Content Through the Enchanted Forest (1861) and Sanderson's very Victorian illustrations to Tuflongbo's journey in search of ogres (1862).
|A Traveller Crossing the Sea to the Shores of Aplepivi|
|The Old Woman in the Hollow Tree and her Little Maid Idle|
|Aunt Spite in the Custody of Pierce, Deep and Keen|
|The Great Tuflongbo received at Elfin Court|
by Muffin, Master of the Ceremonies
|Prince Glee and Princess Trill meeting the stranger from the Country|
|Prince Glee and Tuflongbo Captured by the Giants|
|Battle of the Giants|