1857 ILLUSTRATED TIMES Farrokh Khan BROADSTAIRS Lund Hill Pit Disaster (8900)
1857 ILLUSTRATED TIMES Farrokh Khan BROADSTAIRS Lund Hill Pit Disaster (8900)
1857 ILLUSTRATED TIMES Farrokh Khan BROADSTAIRS Lund Hill Pit Disaster (8900)
1857 ILLUSTRATED TIMES Farrokh Khan BROADSTAIRS Lund Hill Pit Disaster (8900)
1857 ILLUSTRATED TIMES Farrokh Khan BROADSTAIRS Lund Hill Pit Disaster (8900)

1857 ILLUSTRATED TIMES Farrokh Khan BROADSTAIRS Lund Hill Pit Disaster (8900)

Product code: 8900 (Wt. 245g)
£25.00
Rare Victorian Newspaper Illustrated Times 1857: Farrokh Khan Persian Ambassador to France CHANCELLOR EXCHEQUER Lund Hill Colliery Disaster BROADSTAIRS Law and Police TEMPERANCE AND BRICKBATS. Plus much more; see main description
 

Rare Victorian Newspaper THE ILLUSTRATED TIMES Priced 2½d Dated 1857 Farrokh Khan BROADSTAIRS Temperance and Brickbats CHANCELLOR EXCHEQUER SIR G. C. LEWIS

Original Weekly Issue

This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. prints from engravings, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:

Sir G. C. Lewis MP Chancellor of the Exchequer - front page; info. Sir George Cornewall Lewis.

Advanced Post of the Swiss Army on the Banks of the Rhine.

Equestrian Statue of Lord Hardinge to Be Erected at Calcutta by J. H. Foley RA.

Ferukh Khan The Persian Ambassador to the Court of France - a stunning full page print from engraving. Info. Farrokh Khan (also spelled Ferouk Khan, Feruk Khan) aka Amin od-dowleh

Experimental Trip by the New Continental Route: The "London" Leaving Rotterdam - a steamer leaving for Harwich.

Shrove Tuesday at Broadstairs - an engraving showing the pier and harbour with little boats packed with children - and a view over to the town and "Bleak House" etc 

The Lund Hill Colliery Explosion - Ruins of the Air Shaft - info. Lundhill Colliery Disaster at Wombwell nr Barnsley. Loght.

Lund Hill: Mouth of the Pit Shortly After the Explosion.

The Rev. John Macnaught of Everton near Liverpool.

St Chrysostom's Church at Everton near Liverpool.

The New Costumes of the Guards From a Drawing by Sergeant Drummond: Coldstreams Officer Undress - - Grenadiers Officer Full Dress - - Night Sentinel - - Scots Fusiliers Miel Sergeant Piper - - Grenadiers Colour Sergeant in Heavy Marching Order - - Coldstreams Corporal in Fatigue Dress and Sergeant Major - - Corporal of the Drums Barrack Guard - - Scots Fusiliers Ensign.  

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This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include:

Topics of the Day.

The British Flag.

Foreign Intelligence: France - Spain - Austria - Prussia and Switzerland - Russia - Italy - Greece - reive - Turkey and the East - America - Cape of Good Hope.

The Persian Difficulty.

Inner Life of the House of Commons: Canton Debate, Excitement in the Lobby.

Imperial parliament with ref. to Lord Palmerston - Mister S. Herbert - The Attorney General - Mr Gladstone - Mr Roebuck - and others.

Temperance and Brickbats. c.keenlyside.

The Illustrated Times Editorial - The Defeat of the Ministry.

Sayings and Doings - Snippets of News.

The Lounger at the Clubs.

The Literary Lounger.

The Lund Hill Colliery Explosion.

The Victoria Cross.

Law and Crime includes Ten year old boy fined 6d, in default, one weeks imprisonment, for playing marbles - - - Two women fined, in default imprisonment, for taking leaves from the tops of turnips - - - etc.

The Murder of a Gamekeeper in Cumberland - William Graham tried for the murder of Thomas Simpson Gamekeeper of Staffield Hall.

The Burglary at Ashover.

Cruelty to American Seamen at Liverpool.

Police includes Alleged Attempted Matricide - - -Another Holt Rabbit Case at The Lows, Magistrates Lord Hastings and Colonel Astley etc - - - Manslaughter by an American of Eliza Bunn of Church Lane Whitechapel - - - Wife Murder at Wells - - - The Merthyr Murder.

Money Operations of the Week.

Metropolitan Markets.

London Gazette - Bankrupts etc.

Plus adverts of the day. 0703

CONDITION/DIMENSIONS

The Illustrated Times was a magazine founded as a competitor to the Illustrated London News, but it never really gained a lot of popularity, so these newspapers are quite rare. This is an original but USED magazine/newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print.
 

Seven pages (14 sides). It measures 365 x 260 mm (14.25 x 10.25 inches).The spine has been reinforced/repaired at some time; there are binding witness marks where once bound, and some pages are loose. There is a tear to front page which has been isolated with a piece of like paper; the tear is very hard to spot on the scan; and the same to back page. There is some age yellowing with some spotting. Some pages may have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age; but remain relatively clean for the age. The engravings vary in size. PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. As far as I can tell there is ONE page missing so if you are looking for something in particular in these pages PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in the Illustrated Times carried on from the previous issue therefore do not start at number 1. This item will be packaged in a tube to be sent RM Small Parcels.

The descriptive text in my listing, details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. Please be aware there maybe typo errors etc. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text. 

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Product Code 8900 (Wt. 245g)
Weight 0.245kg