Original Victorian Newspaper THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Dated 1878 SOUTH AFRICAN WAR Berlin Congress Meeting PARIS EXHIBITION Kaffir Fort Jackson NAVAL RECRUITS William Cullen Bryant the American Poet
The British Plenipotentiaries at the Berlin Congress – 3 portraits on the front page of: The Marquis of Salisbury, Earl of Beacons field, Lord Odo Russell
The Radziwill Palace, the place of meeting for the Congress at Berlin (also front page)
The Kaffir War – 2 half page illustrations entitled: – Kaffir Mode of Carrying of the Wounded – Spirit Shop Upcountry on the Road to Fort Jackson
Double page with 6 portraits of plenipotentiaries at the Congress of Berlin they are:
Prince Gortschakoff of Russia – Prince Bismarck of Germany, president – count Andrassy of Austria – count Shouvaloff of Russia – Mahomet Ali Pasha of Turkey – M. Waddington of France
The Paris Exhibition: the City of Paris Building, Central Park, Champs De Mars – full page
The Late Mr William Cullen Bryant, American Poet and Journalist – half page portrait
Manner of Swearing-In Recruits to Our Indian Native Army – half page. c.keenlyside.
Full page with 4 quarter page illustrations entitled: – The Turkish Shoemaker – Water Drinkers at the Japanese Fountains – Dutch Women in the Dutch Pavilion – Making Coffee In the Kitchen of the Algerian Pavilion, Trocadero
Plan of the Hall of the Congress at Berlin
Paris Exhibition: The Italian Facade – full page
Paris Exhibition: the Norwegian Pavilion – half page
Two quarter page portraits of: – The Later Right Honourable Russell Gurney MP – the late Mr J a Macgahan
Chess problem by WH Taylor of Yokohama
Double page blank backed pull-out illustration of The Meeting of the Congress at Berlin (the illustration refers the reader to a plan on a page that is unfortunately missing.
The Kaffir War
(This page is loose) The Royal Institution Lectures (Minute Forms of Life), with a paragraph of contribution by: Rev W H Dallinger – Prof. Guthrie on molecular physics – Prof Dewar on the liquefaction of gases – Prof. Henry Morley lecturing on Addison. loght.
The Dudley Gallery – exhibition of works of art in black-and-white, mentioning: – Poynter, Marcus Stone, F Tayler, Heywood Hardy, Carl Haag, F Powell, Herkomer, Johnson, Aumonier, Knight and others
Mr Hume Websters 1st annual sale of yearlings at Marden Park (a small paragraph) – the Australians have suffered another defeat (a paragraph on cricket; small) – the new Thames yacht club matches Gravesend to the mouse and back (small paragraph)
The Congress at Berlin
Mr Russell Gurney
Mr J A Macgahan
Obituary of Eminent Persons including: ex King of Hanover, His Majesty George Frederick Alexander Charles Ernest Augustus – Sir William Miles of Lee court Somersetshire – Rt. Hon. William Frederick Fownes Tighe, Lord Lt. of the County of killed Kenny (I think I meant Kilkenny) died at Woodstock – Sir Thomas Duffus Hardy of 126 portsdown Road Maida Vale – Very Rev Achilles Daunt Dean of Cork – Henry William Ferdinand BOLCKOW, the chief founder of the iron industry at Middlesbrough, died at Ramsgate – William Cullen Bryant the American poet of New York
Wills and Bequests mentioning: – Esther John Temperley of Braeside house Dulwich wood park – Sir James Watts of Abney Hall Cheadle Chester – Mr Edward James Jackson of Coates Crescent Edinburgh – Mr Edmund Thomas Eyton of 2 Clarinda Park in North Kingstown Ireland – Mr George Mitchell of 22 Bolton Street Picadilly – Mrs Eliza Hartland widow of Nathaniel Hartland of the Oaklands Charlton Kings Gloucestershire – the Right Honourable Anne Countess Dowager of Buckinghamshire (wife of Mr David Wilson). 2206
Eleven (+2, a double page blank backed engraving) pages ( 26 sides in all). It measures 365 x 260 mm (14.25 x 10.25"). The spine is loose with binding witness marks where once bound, some pages are loose. There is some age yellowing with some spotting. The images are in black and white unless otherwise stated. Some of the pages may be loose, and have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age. The engravings vary in size. The above list details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page.
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