Victorian Newspaper 1856: HAKODATE NAGASAKI JAPAN Rosslyn Park Hampstead PRIVATE JOHN PENN Wedding Cake EVANS HOTEL COVENT GARDEN Mme Lola Montez PITCAIRN Bayonet Manufacture Manchester CAREENING BAY SEVASTOPOL Chasseurs D'Afrique LANCING COLLEGE SUSSEX Reredos Bedminster
Original Victorian Newspaper
Distribution of The Queens Medals to The French Crimean Troops, By HRH The Duke of Cambridge at Paris - (front page, which has a substantial repaired tear, which does affect the left edge of the engraving, and a small repaired tera to the right border only). There is a one penny red newspaper stamp to corner of the page.
Two pages devoted to Japan or Sketches in Japan with a number of illustrations entitled: Gateway and Belfry at Hakodate.
Temple at Hakodate.
Temple at Hakodate- another view.
Temple and Burial Place at Hakodade.
Street in Hakodate and Funeral Procession.
English and Russian Burial Ground at Nagasaki Secured by Treaty, November 1855.
Japanese Officials on Board The Winchester at Nagasaki.
Omedsk and Obungo at Nagasaki.
Distribution of The Queens Medals to The French Crimean Troops by HRH The Duke of Cambridge - full page.
Presentation of The Grand Cordon of The Legion of Honour to The Sultan, at Constantinople - full page. sleekburnc.
Map Showing Proposed New Frontier Line Between Bessarabia and Moldavia. Info. Romania and Ukraine.
Private John Penn, 17th Lancers, With Eleven Honours from The Crimea.
Marriage of Sir Robert Peel and Lady Emily Hay, The Bridecake. info. Wedding Cake only.
Pitcairn Island Sketched From HMS Amphrite.
New Music Hall, Evans Hotel, Covent Garden – more than half page.
Madame Lola Montes. Info. irish born dancer and actress/spanish dancer etc aka Montez; Marie Dolores Eliza Rosanna Gilbert; Countess of Landsfeld.
Map of The Frontiers of Austria & Russia - a wonderful full page map.
The Soldiers Infant Home, Rosslyn Park, Hampstead.
Manufacture of Bayonets Showing machinery reive used with Ryders patent and Prestons patent (5 illustrations).
Chess by JB of Bridport.
The Chasseurs DAfrique Full page
Careening Bay, Sebastopol – near half page.
An Incident in The Present War painted by Sovrieul – near half page.
Sculptures From Nineveh, Inscription to Libation.
New National Schools and Residences, Hemel Hempstead, Herts..
St Stephens Church, Westbourne Park, Paddington.
The Reredos in The Restored Church of Bedminster.
The first page of the supplement has the wrong date on it (1855) although the rest are correct; probably a misprint.
The Peace Negotiations.
Foreign and Colonial News.
The War in The Crimea.
Distribution of Medals to the French Army.
Obituary of Eminent Persons, including – Lady Elizabeth FitzClarence Dowager Countess of Erroll – the Dowager Countess of Stradbroke, Charlotte Maria Whitaker – Honourable Theresa Parker, Mrs Villiers.
Garrotte robbery and attempt to murder (mentioning barrister EC Clarkson, of Cleveland square Paddington).
Sketches in Japan.
Suspension of Hostilities by Russia.
Text of The Propositions Accepted by Russia.
Naval and Military Intelligence.
Epitome of News.
Inquiry into the Rugeley Tragedies, William Palmer at Stafford.
Meteorological Observations at The Highfield House Observatory near Nottingham.
The War in The Crimea from our Special Correspondent. Camp, Sebastopol, Jan 2, 1856.
The Illustrated London News and The war from 11 Aug 1849 to 11 June 1853.
The Battle of The Tchernaya, A letter to the Editor of The Illustrated London News from J. Mouat, Staff Surgeon First Class.
Educational soirée at the Gorton Locomotive Works.
presentation of the cross of the Legion of honour to the Sultan.
The Frontier Lands of Austria Russia and Turkey.
A Crimean Hero with Eleven Honours (Private John Penn 17th Lancers).
Marriage of Sir Robert Peel and Lady Emily Hay.
Mme Lola Montes (or Montez).
Small items of Country News (a paragraph on each): The member Sheffield, mentioning John Arthur Roebuck and George Hadfield – Sabbath Defence Association in Liverpool mentioning Mister T. B. Horsefall, A. Hodgson, Dr McNeill, Sir John Shelley – Great Northern Railway (serious accident nearly happened, mentioning general Sir William and lady Herries, near Peterborough) miel – Attempt to Poison a Wife (mentioning Thomas Robson of Newcastle, the village of Acomb near Hexham. c.keenlyside.
Manufacture of Bayonets.
The Infant Home Rosslyn Park Hampstead.
An Incident in the Present War.
Inscription from Nineveh.
St Stephens Church Westbourne Park Paddington.
The Bedminster Reredos.
New Church Schools and Residences Hemel Hempstead.
St Mary and Nicholas College Lancing.
Adverts of the day.
And more. sleekburnc. 2601
This is an original but USED antique newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print. The Illustrated London News was a newspaper founded by Herbert Ingram with the first edition appearing on 14 May 1842. It was the world's first illustrated weekly newspaper.
Twelve pages (24 sides).It measures 395 x 290 mm (15.5 x 11.25inches). The spine is loose with binding witness marks where once bound, there is age yellowing to the pages. The images are in black and white unless otherwise stated. Some of the pages may be loose, and have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The engravings vary in size. Any watermarks on images are for display only and not on the original engravings. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested.
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