Eleven pages ( 22 sides) from a weekly issue of
The Illustrated London News
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:
' The yacht of the Viceroy of Egypt - The Faid Gihaad '
' The Turkish Baths in Jermyn Street London – The Meshlakh or Cooling Room '
' Jermyn Street – The Hararah or Hot Chamber at the Turkish Baths '
' A Banquet on Board the Faid Gihaad the Viceroy of Egypt's Yacht '
' Coroner for Central Middlesex - Dr Lankester '
' The Sphinx – From a Painting by Frank Dillon ' near full page – info. Great Sphinx of Giza, Egypt – there is a brown mark to top corner of engraving and a spot of brown foxing to middle of engraving
' The Nun Scene from Robert Le Diable at Her Majesty's Theatre ' full page print from engraving
The Civil War in America: Keenlyside ©
' Richmond Virginia USA – The High Street from a Sketch by Eyre Crowe'
' Off Fort Pillow on the Mississippi – The Federal Flotilla '
' St. Charles on the White River, Arkansas – Colonel Fitch and The 46th Indiana Volunteers Taking at the Point of the Bayonet the Confederate Battery of Fort ' - The American Civil War
' On the Mississippi River - The Engagement off Fort Pillow Between Federal And Confederate Gun Boats ' this page is from a previous issue
' International Exhibition – View of the Picture Gallery ' full page engraving showing many paintings, fashionable Victorian men and women, etc – aka Great London Exposition - a world's fair – this doble page is from a previous issue
' Bohemian Glass by Harrach and Hofmann in the Austrian Court '
' The Norwich Gates by Barnard, Bishop, and Barnard '
Full page – this page is from a previous issue
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:
Distress in the Cotton Industry aka Cheshire Lancashire Cotton Famine or Cotton Panic – with mention of: The Union of Ashton-under-Lyne – The Burnley Union – The Haslingdon Union – The Union of Oldham – The Preston Union – The Stockport union – Meeting at Bridgewater House ( London Home of Lord Ellesmere ) - etc
Foreign and Colonial News includes:
France – with mention of: Princess Clotilde wife of Prince Napoleon – The Moniteur (newspaper) – Comte de Morny – M. Miel – General Forey
Itlay - with mention of Signor Petrucelli – General Durando – General Sonnaz – T.Reive
Austria with mention of Count Crenneville of Transylvania –
Prussia – with mention of Grand Duke Constantine of Poland – General Luders – Kebik Remich – Dr LAgenbeck –
America – Belligerant Operations with mention of General Burnside – Harrison's Landing – President Lincoln – General M'Clellan – White Oak Swamp and The Confederates – General MAgruder – General Jackson – Captain Wilkes Appointed to Command The James River Flotilla – British Steamer Modern Greece – Wilmington North Carolina – Murfreesborough
America – Washington: With mention of General Scott – The Treasury Note Bill
America - The Northern States: With mention of Common Council of Buffalo – Mayor of New York
India – with mention of Dost Mohammed and The Heratees – The Ship James Pilkington
Country News includes:
the Fete in Aid of the Great Western Railway Widow and Orphan Fund at Englefield Park
Laying Foundation Stone of the Roman Catholic university at Drumcondra near Dublin
Annual Congress of the Archaeological Institution of Gtreat Britain at Guildhall, Worcester with mention of Lord Lyttelton – Lord Talbot de Malahide – Lord Neaves – Right Hon. Sir J. Pakington MP – Sir T. E. Winnington MP – Sir E. A. H. Lechmere – Sir Charles Hastings MD
Reigistered Letters at the Post Office
Public Income and Expenditure
The Church And Universities
Discovery of Continuation of the Coalfield onthe Coton Park Estate near Gresley Station of Leicester and Burton Railway
Metropolitan News includes:
Meeting at Bridgewater house on the Lancashire and Cheshire Cotton Distress – with mention of: Lord Derby – Lord Ellesmere – Lord Egerton of Tatton
The Thames Embankment Committee – with mention of Lord St Germans - Lord Stratford de Redcliffe – Viscount de Vesci – Lord Powis – Lord Longford – Mister Hope Scott QC – Serjeant Wrangham
The Chess Congress
Parliament – with mention of Mr S. Fitzgerald an dBritish Interests at New Orleans – TheThames Embankment - - Sir G. Grey - - Distress in the Manufacturing Districts and Mr Villiers - - Metropolitan Turnpikes - - Mr White - - The Treaty with Belgium and Mr W. Forster - - Union Relief aid Bill - - Lord Stanley
The Bonaparte Family Register
Naval And Military Intelligence:
War Office Appointments – List of Names
Captain Henry Hart of Newcastle of the Brtitish Ship Achilles Presented with Gold Chronometer from the United States Government for a Rescue off The US Ship Mastiff
Numerous Party of 200 Tinme Expired and Invalid Troops Arrive at Chatham on Troopship Vittoria
The Volunteer Movement
Monetary Transactions of the Week
The London Gazette – Bankrupts
The Court – Royal Comings and Goings
Church and Universities – Preferments and Appointments - - - Universities and Public Schools
The Civil War in America – "From Our Special Correspondent dated Mississippi Flotilla, near Fort Pillow 75 Mile from Memphis ..."
Country News: SleekburnC.
Park at Barnsley Given by Mrs Joseph Locke – short apprx 50 wds
French Poulterer at Southampton Named Lereculy – apprx 70 wds
The North of England Archery Meeting at York – approx 80 words
Case of Exhumation of Bodies by the Sexton of the Wardsend Cemetery near Sheffield with mention of Robert Dixon
This page, and the articles, has a pink tinge to it, probably chalk. It is also from an earlier issue
Monetary Transactions of the Week
Obituary of eminent Persons:
The Right Hon. Sir Gamel Augustus Pennington, Lord Muncaster died at Castellamare near Naples – with coat of arms engraved
Sir Lancelot Charles Lee Brenton - With coat of arms engraved
Sir John Hay of Park, County Wigtoun died at Edinburgh – With coat of arms <
Pink tinge to page
An Old Pilot Named Trementin and The Senior on the Lise of Ensegnes de Vaisseau died at Isle de Bas
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This is an original but ‘USED’ Magazine 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 magazine founded by Herbert Ingram and Mark Lemon, the Editor of Punch, with the first edition of the Illustrated London News appearing on 14 May 1842.
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