Original Victorian Magazine: LETTY LIND Empsie Bowman JOHN BRYN ROBERTS MP Rene Bull DUDLEY HARDY
Original Victorian Magazine
Twenty four pages (48 sides)
Miss Letty Lind Actress - front page with article; photograph by W. And D. Downey of Ebury St. London.
The Chancer Lane Safe Deposit - full page advert showing engraving of the inside of the safety deposit box section.
Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company of Regent St - half page advert showing twelve designs of jewellery.
The "Octopus" Anti Incrustator for Kettles, Boilers etc - advert.
Day and Martin Russet Cream for Boots and Saddlery - advert.
Soliman Ben Aissa of Morocco - Who Plunges Bonnet Pins and Daggerettes Through His Solid Flesh.
Mister James Ryan A Newmarket Trainer.
Last Week's Paris: Emiliene d'Alencon Doing a Serpentine Dance - - - Coaching at Trouville - sketches by "Villedebois".
Mr John Bryn Roberts MP Playing Billiards - full page drawn by Will Morgan.
Miss Empsie Bowman - six photographs of the child actress in character; double page with text.
Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands with Her Mother, The Queen Regent (Princess Emma of Waldeck and Pyrmont ) - photograph by Couvee of The Haig.
Marie Lloyd The English Music Hall Singer - photograph by Falk of New York. Inf. Matilda Alice Victoria Wood.
The Late Mr John Horniman of The Society of Friends. c.keenlyside.
Six sketches by " E. G. " on a page entitled "A Chair in the Park".
L'Homme Des Champs From a Painting by A. Perret Exhibited at the Paris Salon - full page.
Design For The Tympanum Above the Manufactures Building at the World's Fair Chicago - by Mr McEwen.
Design, An Angel, for the Agricultural Building at Worlds Fair.
Propos Galants - Painting By F. Roybet.
Double page titled The Japanese Girl showing x2photos with article:
Three Little Maids From School - full page photographic study of young Japanese ladies in traditional dress wearing the Kimono which was also known as Gofuku.
Good Morning - photograph showing two young ladies in a morning tea ceremony.
"Professor" Charles Baldwin the Balloonist.
Charles Baldwin Filling His Balloon.
Baldwin Ascending by Parachute - photograph by F. Smith of The Quadrant, Richmond.
The Descent of Baldwin by Parachute from His Balloon - photograph by A. A. Chancellor of Richmond.
Model of Messrs Day and Martin's Factory in the Chicago Exhibition - shoe polish etc. model of factory at Borough Rd. London.
Miss Amy Augarde Actress - full page photograph by Messrs Russell and Sons of Baker Street W.
Mister George Moore Author of "Modern Painting".
Illustrations for Novel in a Nutshell drawn by E. C. LAnchester.
The Light Side of Nature Sketch "Everyone Out of Town" - A (so called) Blind Beggar - full age comical sketch by Dudley Hardy.
My Lovers - comical sketch by RAB - aka R. A. Brownlie.
L'Enfant Terrible - full page comical sketch by Sydney Adamson.
A Want Supplied: Mr and Mrs Jones - full page comical sketch by J. F. Sullivan.
The Duke Views the New Wing - full page comical sketch by Leslie Willson "With apologies to Blas ".
The Triumphant Troubadour - full page of comical drawings by Rene Bull.
A Sketch at Ostend By Dudley Hardy - full page.
The Compleat Angler - full page sketch by MARS.
Cricket: W. G. Grace in the Slips - - - A Nasty One for the Umpire - two small sketches.
A View of the French Raft Afloat off St Maloes, France, in 1798; from an old print - on a page entitled "Ireland in Retrospect".
The Darranane Conjurer or More Wigs on the Green - From an old print published by Thomas McLean 26 Haymarket Oct 1830; referring to the Disenfranchising Act of 1829 and on the page entitled "Ireland in Retrospect".
Mr Theodore Lumley Solicitor of 37 Conduit Street London.
The Reefs Near Lake Lefroy - two men with horses; Goldfields region of Western Australia.
Ladies Fashion: Shooting Costume in Tweed with Scotch Cap - fashion sketch drawn by "Albert".
Fashion: Ladies Checked Tweed Jacket and Skirt - fashion sketch drawn by "Albert".
Full page of adverts incl. Lord Byron's heroine and Rowlands Macassar Oil - - Wilson and Gill Jewellery Designs - - Complexion Brush and Washing Glove from David Moseley - - London Glove Co. - etc.
Full page of adverts inc. Carters Little Liver Pills - -Queen's hotel Eastbourne - - Mola Mosquito Essence - - Mexican Hair Renewer - - Zoelia Hair Preparation for Curling.
An Interview with Miss Letty Lind At Home.
Fifteen Minutes Interview with Soliman Ben Aissa.
Racing Column by Captain Coe.
Last Weeks Paris (Gossip Column) by "Mimosa" with mention of Baron Edouard de Rothschild - Mr Ballantyne and Coaching - Mlle Camille Marconnet - Baronne de Ferussac.
Snippets of News from Abroad - with mention of the French Elections - M. Lockroy - By Elections in Germany - Duke of Saxe Coburg Gotha - Duke of Edinburgh - Herr Balduin Chaumontet Councillor in Duchy of Saxe Altenburg - Italy - etc.
Mister John Bryn Roberts MP - an interview by T. M. W..
Miss Empsie Bowman - T. Reive - An interview by T. H. L..
Small Talk Pages include: Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands and Her Mother Queen Regent - Archduchess Stephanie of Austria - M. Miel - Prince Waldemar of Prussia - Princess Waldemar of Denmark - Aboyne on the Dee - Blair Castle - TheAbington Baird Sale at 36 Curzon Street - 4 Bennett St. St James'swhere Byron live - The Wasp Plague - The Torquay Regatta - Marie Lloyd - The Serpentine Dance - Accounts at Trouville - Le Treport - etc.
A Lament from St Stephen's By Mr William Allan MP - Away - verse.
A Chair in the Park by E. G..
The Japanese Girl by "Blue Lotus".
Charles Baldwin the Balloonist - interview by H. G. S..
A Chat with Miss Amy Augarde - by E. F. S.
Book Review Page by L. F. Austin.
Novel in a Nutshell - The Legend of Covent Garden; Short Story by Charles T. C. James.
Sport Page: Cricket with mention of W. W. Read - K. J. Key - Maurice Read - W, G. Grace - etc.
Aquatics with mention of J. Nuttall - M'Cusaker of America - J. H. Tyers of Manchester.
Literary Lounger by O. O. - aka Robertson-Nicoll.
Ireland in Retrospect with mention of Theobald Wolfe Tone - Lord Edward Fitzgerald - Arthur O'Connor - Sir Ralph Abercromby - etc.
A Chat with Mr Theodore Lumley.
Pretty Girls as Pew Openers at Duryea Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn NY USA.
A Visit to the Gold Field at Coolgardie in Australia with mention of: Southern Cross - Bayley's Claim - Mr Sylvester Browne - Rolf Boldrewood - article by R. H. L..
Ladies Page by Florence. Info. Florence Fenwick Miller.
Parliament with mention of Lord Kimberley - Mr Chamberlain - Mr Balfour - Mr Gladstone ( Mr Gagstone ) - Mr Marjoribanks - Mr Stuart - Lord Ribblesdale - Mr Bolton - Dr Macgregor. sleekburnc. 3008
The Sketch was a British illustrated weekly newspaper with a high photographic content, published between February 1893 and June 1959, by the Illustrated London News Company. It was primarily a Victorian society magazine with regular features on royalty and the aristocracy, theatre, sports and arts.
It measures 360 x 250 mm (14.25 x 9.75 "). The orig. advertising wrap/cover is missing. The front page (frontispiece) is intact. The spine is loose with binding witness marks where once bound. 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. The images are in black and white unless otherwise stated. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested.
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