1872 ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Bornstedt POTSDAM Warwicks Farm Strike (2071)

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Original Victorian Newspaper THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Dated 1872 Warwickshire FArm Labourers Strike ST GILES IN THE FIELD PET AND BIRD SHOPS Clare Market Costermongers PORTA NIGRA, TREVES TRIER Speakers Levee Westminster; see main description for detailed content and condition.

Antique Newspaper THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Dated 1872 Warwickshire FArm Labourers Strike ST GILES IN THE FIELD PET AND BIRD SHOPS Clare Market Costermongers PORTA NIGRA TREVES TRIER Speakers Levee Westminster

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:

The Speakers Levee at His Residence in the Palace of Westminster: Gentlemen Arriving At the Foot of the Principal Staircase - front page engraving.

Bornstedt near Potsdam in Germany: The Crown Prince's Model Farm - half page engraving - info. Krongut Crown Estate.

Potsdam: The New Palace and Residence of the Crown Prince of Germany and Prussia - half page engraving.

Gathering Cowslips by Freissleben - a beautiful full page print from engraving showing two little girls in a wood.

The Warwickshire Farm Labourers Union: The Leading Men:

Joseph Arch of Barford - Joint Secretary and Methodist Local Preacher.

Edwin Russell the Joint Secretary of the Union. c.keenlyside.

William Lewis Secretary at Wellesbourne.

Thomas Parker of the Executive Committee.

The Freedom of the Grocers Company: A Casket Presented to Prince Arthur.

Plans and Sections of the Turrets and Guns of HMS Thunderer: Plan of Turret and Gun Carriages - - - Sections of Turret with a Gun Carriage in Two Positions.

Stern View of HMS Thunderer - full page engraving of the war ship.

St Giles's in the Fields By Towneley Green - a full page print from engraving showing a little girl playing on the pavement - cages of birds outside a shop another shop with caged domestic animals incl. a bulldog - A flower girl - a little girl laying out the cobblers shoes - a bedraggled woman with baby - boys playing - in the background two women quarrelling outside a gin shop - etc.

Chess Problem by Mr L. J. N. Dameide.

The Hythe and Sandgate Railway - Prince Arthur Cutting the First Turf - half page.

Entertainment to the Clare Market Costermongers - half page engraving showing them sitting down to their food.

The First Warm Day - a full page print from engraving showing a woman and two girls out walking and picking flowers - engraved by W. Palmer.

Treves (or Trier) in Germany: The Porta Nigra - full page print from engraving. Info. Roman city gate in Trier, Germany.

Scene from "Shilly Shally" at the Gaiety Theatre - mentioned in the article are Miss E. Farren (in engraving) - Mr J. L. Toole - Mr G. Temple.


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:

The Right Hon. John Bright.

Speakers Levee - although not named, the speaker referred to would be Sir Henry Brand.

Foreign and Colonial News:

France and the Buriel of Alexander Dumas at Villers-Cotterets after two years - with mention of Baron Taylor - M. De Leuven - M. Dugue - M. Gonzales M. Charles Blanc - M. Perrin - Alexander Dumas fils and His Sister Madame Petel - Countess Dash - Countess de Noe - Madame de Renneville - M. Emile Perrin - M. Potier.

France with mention of M. Thiers - M. Dolbeau - M. Rochefort -.

France with mention of The Park Lane Murderess Margaret Dixblancs - - - Murders at the Village of Tastous near Bordeaux - Arnaud Mano - Jean MAno.

Italy - with mention of The Pope ( Pius IX ).



Germany with mention of the Reichstag and President Delbruck of the US - - Captured French Guns.

Austro hungary.

America with mention of Professor Woolsey - The Washington Treaty - The New York Herald - President Grant - Mr Horace Greeley - Mr Schurz - Mr Trumbull - Steamer Oceanus Explodes.


India Australia Brazil.

The Alabama Claims.

Mr B. L. Farjeon the Author.

The Right Hon John Bright MP.

National Sports.

Nothing In The Papers - with mention of Lord Hatherley - The Hume Medal - Park Lane and the Dixblancs atrocity - Lord Dalling.

The Warwickshire Farm Labourers Union.

The Court - Royal Comings and Goings.

Births Marriages and Deaths.

Calendar for the Week.

Marriages in High Life:

Marquis of Bute and the hon. Gwendoline Howardat the Oratory Brompton - also mention: Lord Mauchline - Countess of Loudoun - with a description of the wedding and bridesmaids dresses.

Marriage of Lady Alice Frances Lindsay (Daughter of the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres) to Mr George B. Eyre of Welford park Berks - with descriptions of dresses.

Lady Cicely Nevill (daughter of Earl of Abergavenny) to Captain C. Gathorne Hardy son of Right Hon. Gathorne Hardy.

Hon. Henry Charles Manners-Sutton son of Viscount Canterbury, to Miss Walpole Daughter of Hon. Frederick Walpole MP - etc.

Captain Percy B. Bernard son of The Lord Bishop of Tuam and The hon. Mrs Bernard - To Beatrice, the fdaughter of the Hon. Mrs Newton Lane of King's Bromley Manor - etc.

Mister John Gerrard Leigh to The Hon. Mrs Dudley Ward widow of Hon. Dudley Ward.

Mister William Stewart Lindsay of Shepperton Manor Middx to Miss Annie Ingrim daughter of the Late Herbert Ingram Esq MP for Boston and founder of the Illustrated London News.

The Approaching Marriage of Miss Fox to Prince Louis Liechtenstein.

Fine Arts.

The Theatres.


Prince Arthur and the Grocers Company.

HMS Thunderer the War Ship Launched at Pembroke Dock.

St Giles in the field.

Royal Institution Lectures:

Professor Tyndall and Expansion by Heat.

Mr John Morley on The Influence of Rousseau.

Mr Richard A. Proctor on The Star Depths. Loght.

Dr William A. Guy FRS on Social Science and Statistics.

Wills and Bequests include:

Sir Peter Smith KCMG who died at Montreux in Switzerland.

Henry Harris Esq formerly of Heaton Hall near Bradford and Lat of Longwood Bingley, Yorkshire.

Robert Dykes Esq late of Kilmorie House Torquay.

Miss Eleanor Gover late of 29 St George's Road Pimlico.

Right Rev. Aubrey George Spencer Lord Bishop of Jamaica.

Plus small announcements: Right Hon. Elizabeth Somerset - - hon. Adelaide Georgiana Frederica Ashburnham - - Hon. Agnese Hastings.

Obituary of Eminent Persons:

Mary Anne,Viscountess Kenmure widow of Adam Viscount Kenmure in the Peerage of Scotland.

Sir Henry Sacheverell Wilmot of Chaddesden, Derby Died at Brighton.

Mary, Lady McGrigor widow of Sir James, died in Upper George Street, Bryanston Square.

Major Walter Ferrier-Hamilton of Westport Co. Linlithgow, and of Cairnhill Co. Ayr, diedf at Chathlow house Torphichen.

Alexander Boddam-Whetham esq JP of Kirklington Hall, Notts., died at Rome.

David Lyon Esq JP DL of Goring, Sussex and Balintrie Castle Co. Forfar.

Metropolitan News includes Lord Shaftesbury Presides Over Meeting of Young Mens Christian Association - - - Rev. J. G.Wood Delivers a Lecture on the Rationality of the Lower Animals - - - Meeting of the Society of Biblical Archaeology.

Parliament with mention of Earl Granville - Earl Russell - Mr Bright - Mr Gladstone - Mr Baillie-Cochrane - Mr Disraeli - Mr Percy Wyndham - Mr Bruce - Sir Selwyn-Ibbetson - Mr Osborne morgan - Mr Leatham - Sir G Grey - Mr Childers - Mr Gilpin - Mr Gladstone - Mr Forster - Mr Corrance.

Board of Trade Awards: A Binocular Glass to Captain Juan Bilbao of the Spanish Barque Rio de la Plata - - Binocular Glass to Captain David Strum of the Brig Maggie of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, rescue of crew of Thomas Dallett of Kingston Jamaica; also Thanks to Captain Auton Olsen of Norwegian Barque Mentor.

Law and Police includes: Claimant of Mr Serjeant Ballantine - - - At the Old Bailey, John Kirby Convicted to Seven Years Penal Servitude for manslaughter, James Pettingell of manslaughter sentenced to three months hard labour, John Joyce for a Robbery with violence, Charles westhorp for brutal assault - - - Shoemaker residing in Lisson Grove, Marylebone took the lives of four of his children - - - Robbery with violence, forty lashes and seven years penal servitude - - - Frederick James Bootmaker with murder - - - Memorial Cards for Horry executed at Lincoln for the murder of wife Jane Horry at Boston Lincolnshire.

Advertisements of the day.

The Clare Market Mission.

The New Palace, Potsdam.

Inquest on Martha Weeks a Servant of Belsize park, Hampstead. 2004


Eleven pages ( 22 sides)It measures 365 x 260 mm (14.25 x 10.25ins).The spine is loose with binding witness marks where once bound, some pages are loose. There is some age yellowing with some spotting. Some pages may have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age. The engravings vary in size. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated.The images are in black and white unless otherwise stated. 

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, but if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. If you require information on size of articles (i.e. number of words), sizes of images, please ask before bidding or buying. There are no colour images unless otherwise stated. The process of the page numbering in The ILN carry on from the previous issue therefore do not start at number 1. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. 

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Product Code r. 2071 (245g)
Weight 0.245kg