Victorian Newspaper THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Dated 1870 Lord Dalhousie Cornerston Laying Albert Bridge Glasgow FOUNDATION STONE STANLEY HOSPITAL LIVERPOOL Venice PESHAWAR INDIA (Pakistan) AFRIDI KYBER OR KYBEREES
Porch of St Mary's Church Oxford – full front page (it being on the cover, it's slightly dirty, and has a 3 half pence stamp to the upper right border)
Lord Dalhousie Laying the Cornerstone of the Albert Bridge, Glasgow – half page
Lord Derby Laying the Foundation Stone of the Stanley Hospital, Liverpool – half page
St John's Day, Venice by F.W. W. Topham – full page engraving. c.keenlyside
Wild Alfreedees and Khyberees at Peshawur during Lord Mayo's visit – full page engraving
Key to the View of Oxford – (I must stress the actual view is not present) near full page.
Drought – (described as a spell of dry weather and affecting the British Isles and France)
Foreign and colonial news from France, Italy, Spain, America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, Japan
Fine arts, old Masters and the new British institution para national sports mentioning ascot King Craft McGregor Blue Gown, Mr Merry Queen of the Gypsies and many other horses too numerous to mention
News from the theatres, mentioning Mr Craven Mr TW Robertson Mr BuckStone Miss F Gwynne Mrs ES Dallas Mr WS Woodin Mr John Oxenford
Mr Henry Leslie (on his 4 summer concerts)
The Hill Tribes near Peshawar. Loght.
Metropolitan News including mentions of: Sir A Rothschild, Sir J Pakington, Mr T Kington Oliphant of Gask, exhibition at Cundall's Gallery in Bond Street by Mr John Henry Parker, Mr Shakespeare would the honourable Henry Walpole, Mr Severn, Cavaliere Visconti, Signor Fabio Gori, Mr Charles Dickens (whose death last week was announced). 1806
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