Russian Winter Scenes MANSION HOUSE FANCY DRESS BALL Richard Trevithick Tangye NILE FRONTIER FORCE Tangore AMBIGOLE Indore India SIR LEPEL GRIFFIN
An illustrated weekly newspaper DATED 1886
' At the Juvenile Fancy Dress Ball at the Mansion House - " Brobdingnag and Lilliput Meet " - Reception of the Children by the Lord Mayor Mr Alderman Staples and Others ' full front page print from engraving by Sydney P. Hall
' Winter Sketches in South Russia ' full page print from engravings from drawings by J. Finnemore - ice skating - a sleigh - peasants wood collecting etc
The Nile Frontier Field Force
' The Blockhouse, Fort Ulster, at Tangore road, Garrisoned by Royal West Kent Regiment '
' Ambigole Fort from the Railway '
' Arabs Burning the Permanent (?) Wat of the Soudan Railway Between Tangore Road and Ambigole '
' The Jenny Lind Infirmary at Norwich - Madame Albani Giving Toys to Sick Children '
' Mister Richard Tangye - Founder of the Corporation Art Gallery at Birmingham and Founder of The Cornwall engineering Works '
' Bishop Hannington - A Prisoner in Central Africa '
' Fortifications of herat - View from the North West Angle Showing the Citadel and Part of the Interior City '
' With the Afghan Boundary Commission, The Visit of Sir W. Ridgeway to Gerat - Presentation of Gifts by the Governor '
' The War Between Servia and Bulgaria - The Re-Occupation of Pirot with a View of the Town After the Enemy Had Left It ' from sketches by Mister F. Villiers "Our Special Artist with the Servians "
' Count D'Harnoncour - Commander of the Trains for Wounded Organised Miel by the Knights of Malta '
Lord Dufferin at Indore
' The Viceregal Party - The Hon. Miss Thynne - Lady helen Blackwood - Lord Dufferin - Lady Dufferin - Sir Lepel Griffin ' Sleekburnc.
' The Daly College at Indore '
' Sir LEpel Griffin With HH The Maharajah Holkar and Other Chiefs at Indore ...'
' The Thakoor Sahib of Bagri and Maharajah Kumar of Sailana '
' The Hall Typewriter ' advert
' The " Loius " Velveteen ' advert
' Fields Samphire Soap ' with an endorsement from Mr. C. R. Alder Wright of St Marys hospital Medical School Paddington - advert
' Honey's Oil heating Stove - The Mulciber by Keramic Ware ' advert
' Travelling Bag from Mappin and Webb ' advert.
Topics of the Week includes:
The Queens Speech
Foreign Policy and Domestic Difficulties
The Indian Income Tax
The Irish Deputations to Lord Salisbury
Optimism and Poverty - Mr Giffen and the Progress of the Working Class
Whigs and Radicals with mention of Mr Gladstone - Duke of Bedford - Lord Salisbury - Lord Hartington
Co-operative Farming - Mr Bolton King Sleekburnc.
The Removal of Snow - Mr Burt and his estimate of clearing snow from London streets
South Eastern Europe - Servia and Greece etc
Sensational Contents Bills - sensational announcements on newspapers spread out on the pavements
The Soudan with the Nile Frontier Force with mention of Brigadier General Butler - Lieutenant W. R., N. Annesley - Lieutenant Fittons - Captain Ferrier Royal Engineers - Lieutenant De Lisle - Said Effendi Ralwan - Lieutenant Vidal RE
HM Special Commission for the Protectorate of New Guinea with mention of (no images) Major General Sir Peter Scratchley KCMG - Mr Hugh Romilly Dept, Commisioner - Mr Fox Private Sec. - Dr Doyle Glanville - Mr Askwith - Kokove a Chieftains Daughter of the Village Keripuna - HM Ships Diamond, Raven - Rev. J. Chalmers - Rev W. G. Lawes - Captain Clayton RN of HMS Diamond
Salon Parisien - art Sleekburnc.
Music with mention of Joseph Maas - Ponchielli - Concerts etc
Rural Notes include:
Association Farming at Radbourne Warwickshire
Scottish and Irish Notes
Pastimes includes The Turf - Coursing - Football - Lacrosse
Parliament with ref. to The Speakership - Mr Peel - Mr Bradlaugh - etc
Legal - The Barristers and Student of the Inns of Court - - Mr George Howell MP for Bethnal Green - - etcSleekburnc.
The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. It measures 400 x 300 mm (16 x 11.75 “). - The spine and pages are loose with binding witness marks. There is some age yellowing with some spotting. Some of the pages may be loose, and have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The engravings vary in size. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated. The engravings are NOT in colour 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 are 2 pages missing, but if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in The Graphic carry on from the previous weeks issu and therefore do not start at number 1. Quotation or speech marks in the text signifies the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text. This item will be packaged in a tube.
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