THE ILLUSTRATED TIMES Dated 1857 Original Victorian Newspaper LORD JOHN RUSSELL Southsea Common WESTMINSTER ELECTION RETURN Little Pedlington PHIZ HABLOT BROWNE
Lord John Russell MP for the City of London - full Front Page print from engraving.
Review on Southsea Common Of Troops Under Orders For China.
The Westminster Election Return of The First Member to the New Parliament.
An Election Scene at Little Pedlington - Double page print from engraving by the famous "Phiz" or Hablot Knight Browne. loght.
James Tunnicliffe The Witch Doctor (from a sketch made at his trial).
The Sick Boy from a Painting miel by T. Roberts in reive the Exhibition of the Society of british Artists.
Illustrations from the Baddington Peerage "Being the Lives of Their Lordships. A Story of the Best and The Worst Society By George Augustus Sala, Chapter V" - x2engravings. c.keenlyside.
Lord John Russell.
Electioneering Notes includes - Lord Pamerston at Tiverton - - Lord John Russell in the City - - Mister Disraeli in Buckinghamshire - - Sir James Graham At Carlisle - - Mr Cobden At Huddersfield - - Sir G. C. Lewis at Radnor - - Sir George Grey at Morpeth - - Lord Stanley at Lynn - - Sir E. B. Lytton In Hertfordshire - - Mr Layard at Aylesbury - - Sir John Pakington at Droitwich - - Mr Cardwell at Oxford. Loght.
Results of the Polls - Members of the New Parliament and also shows by how many votes ie NEWCASTLE on TYNE Ridley, Libral 2445 - Headlam Lib - 2133 - Carstairs 1672 and many more
Illustrated Times editorial with Bunkum Triumphant.
Sayings and Doings - Snippets of news.
The Literary Lounger.
Law and Crime includes the case of an eleven year old child being condemned to three months imprisonment with hard labour, with a fortnight to be passed in solitary confinement, for throwing a stone at a train - - - plus more.
The Royal British Bank and Mr Edward Esdaile.
Election Riot at Kidderminster.
Cruelty on Shipboard: Henry Catling, John Lews and John Caswell (all Americans) indicted at Liverpool for the manslaughter of a man named George (an American) on Board the American Ship Guy Mannering. c.keenlyside.
Police Notices includes: A Nest of Coiners at a cottage at the back of Wentworth Street in Whitechapel - - Skinning Cats.
London Gazette - Bankrupts etc.
Adverts of the day. 0404
Seven pages (14 sides). It measures 365 x 260 mm (14.25 x 10.25 inches).The spine is loose with binding witness marks where once bound; the back page is detached (I have placed it within the newspaper). There is age yellowing with some spotting consistent with the age. Some pages may have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age. The engravings vary in size.
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