HARTLY BUILDING SOUTHAMPTON Great London Expedition CIRCASSIAN ENVOYS Fens Inundations WEAVING LOOMS
Original Victorian Newspaper
Southampton: Opening of the Hartley Institution by Lord Palmerston and His Arrival Outside the Building - front page engraving.
The Circassian Envoys to England: HAdji Hassan Effendi - Constan Okhoo Ismael Effendi - over hp; wonderful engraving of the two men in the traditional dress.
The Floods in the Fens: The Blown Sluice at the Marshland Drain. sleekburnc.
The British Guiana and Barbados Courts at The International Exhibition - hp engraving. Info. aka Great London Exposition, Kensington.
The Italian Court at the Exhibition - hp engr.
Marble Bust of The Prince of Wales by J. Steell RSA Reive - info. Albert Edward later Edward VII.
International Exhibition: Porcelain etc by John Rose and Messrs Daniell and Co of New Bond Street.
Armoury or Poerte Fusils by Jules Fossey in the Frech Court of the Exhibition.
The Admiralty Department of the Naval Court in the Exhibition - fp engraving showing a large models of early sailing ships The Great Harry man of war, etc.
stained Glass Window by Messrs J. Ballantine of Edinburgh - fp print from engraving from a drawing by R. Dudley.
There are four pages (8 sides) from an earlier issue with images relating to the Great Exhibition:
Marble Statue by Victor Leharivel-Durocher.
Three Glass Vases in the Greek Style by Dobson and Pearce.
Smiths Locomotive Battery Invented by F. Smith of Fer Hill, Droxford, Bishops Waltham - two small engraved diagrams showing a mobile gun emplacement.
IN the Russian Court of the Exhibition: The Brush Trophy Manufactured by the Manatoff Brothers, Brushsorters, Moscow adn Adams Court London.
Power Loom for Weaving Carpets by Tuer and Hall's of Bury nr Manchester - hp engraving showing a man operating the loom.
Exhibits Displayed in the Austrian and Belgian Courts Seen From the Western dome - fp print from engraving.
Chess Problem by Mr W. S. Pavitt.
Power Loom for Weaving Flax Madee by Harrisons and Sons of the Bank Foundry, Blackburn.
Three Samples of Lace by Reckless and Hickling of Nottingham: Tunic Lace Flounce miel - Grenadine Crape Lace - Pusher Lace Shawl - x3 engravings.
The Constitutional Struggle in Prussia.
Churches and Universities - Preferments and Appointments etc.
Distress in the Cotton Manufacturing Districts.
Births Marriages and Deaths.
The International Exhibition..
Members Out of Parliament.
Obituary of Eminent Persons:
Viscount Harberton, The Right Hon. John James Pomeroy of Carbery Co. Kildare; who died at Malvern, WilTs.
Dowager Countess of Albemarle miel Rt. Hon. Charlotte Susannah who died at her residence at Twickenham.
Admiral Sir James Whitley Deans Dundas of Barton Court, Berks, and Aston Hall Flintshire who Died at Weymouth.
The Right Rev. Charles Caulfield Bishop of Nassau and the Bahamas who, with his niece, died there of yellow fever.
Sir Thomas Nicholas Redlington of Kilcornan Co. Galway, Ireland.
Australia - From Our Own Correspondent; dated Melbourne.
British Columbia - Letter to the Editor from Alfred Fellows re. the Carriboo Mines etc.
Opening of The Hartley Institution at Southampton: Inaugural Proceedings - Nature and Objects of the Institution - The Building. With mention of Mr F. Perkins Mayor - Lord Palmerston - Band of The Coldstream Guards - Majestys Ship Boscawen - Magistrate Mr J. R. Stebbing - Henry Robinson Hartley - Disputed Will by Members of Mr Hartleys Family - etc.
Syphon Dam of the Middle Level Drain - Blown Sluice and Marshland Inundation. c.keenlyside.
Fatal Accident on the Edinburgh And Glasgow Railway.
Scientific News: Minute Vertebrate Animal; Dr G. C. Wallich (small) - Liquid Bubbles; Mm Minary and Sire of Besancon (small) - Some Properties of the Induced Electric Current; Professor Rijke of Leyden - Connection Between Earthquakes and Magnetic Perturbations; M. Lamont - Presence of Gallic Acid in Some Red Wines; M. Mulder - Pressure of the Atmosphere; M. Kreil - Sounds and the Phenomena of Motion; M. Reitlinger - Preparation of Metallic Barium; Mr C. W. Vincent (small) - A Tree Was Struck by Lightning at Vendome - New Drop Counting Apparatus Invented by M. Salleron.
There are four pages (8 sides) from an earlier issue with articles as follows:
The International Exhibition.
The Cotton Supply - small article approx 180wds.
Paper Specimens From Japan for M. Eugene Simon of Societe d'Acclimatation - small article approx 250wds by Galignani.
Naval and Military Intelligence includes War Office and Admiralty Appointments - Volunteer Movement - Rifle Corps Shooting Competition Somerset v. Gloucester with mention of Mr T. T. Knyfton of Uphill, Corporals H, and M. Stace, Corporal Perrett, Private Thomas Palmer, Sgt Hippisley etc - Warren Range Rifle Association in Devon with mention of Mrs Harding of Exeter, Mrs Shaw of Newton, Miss Peeke of Jacobstow, Miss Laidman of Exeter etc. - Hythe School of Musketry Report - and much more.
Obituary of Eminent Persons: Lavall, Field Marshal Count Nugent of Westmeath - General Lord James Hay 86th Food died at Spa - Sir Allan Napier Macnab of Dundurn Castle, Hamilton, Canada, died at Toronto.
Scientific news: Areometric Barometer; Professor Titus Armellini of Rome - Purification of Water by Freezing; M. Robinet - New Blue and Green Dies; M. H. Kochlin - Influence of Pressure on Formation of Ethers; Mm Berthelot and Pean de St Gilles - Production of Steel in France; M. E. Fremy -Mweteors in August; M. Coulvier-Gravier - Reive - Interestin Electrical Phenomena; M Perrot - Capillary Attraction of Paper' M. Schonbein.
Textile Manufacutres in the International Exhibition: Printed and Dyed Fabrics - full page plus.
Plus other articles. sleekburnc. 2510
This is an original but USED antique newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print. If there is a particular date you require in regards to this item eg. for a birthday or anniversary etc please ask. 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
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