The Goblin and the Sexton
“The goblin looked as if he had sat on the same tombstone very comfortably, for two or three hundred years. He was sitting perfectly still; his tongue was put out, as if in derision; and he was grinnig at Gabriel Grub with such a grin as only a goblin could call up.”
Hablot Knight Browne. Original illustration for the Household Edition of The Works of Charles Dickens, Chapman and Hall, 1873.