They accompany the tale, true in places, of 19thC and early 20thC scientists (loosest sense of the word) attempting to measure the weight of the soul. There's a couple of pictures of Dr MacDougall 1907 who estimated the weight to be 21g - one weighing Gran, post death, the other weighing a dog (to prove it had no soul). There's a couple of pictures of Rev Cornelius Charles, vicar of Tickleford ((1795-1820), one a Reynolds (style) portrait, the other a Gilray cartoon. Then there are two paintings of the Dashwood twins. For the details of the story do visit Tickleford Gully.
All illustrations by Mick Reid