Victorian Magazine THE SKETCH 1894 Pantomime WILLIAM HENRY WADDINGTON Ellaline Terriss FENCING Japanese Dancing Girl SYBIL CARLISLE Cartoon Sketches DOCTORS GROOM Theatre
This first part of the description features a list of Images i.e. photographs, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include
Mosquitoes - full front page from a drawing showing a Japaneses lady carrying a lamp to ward of the pests.
Madame Waddington - info. nee Mary Alsop King (b. New York 1833)
The Late William Henry Waddington.
A full page showing two adverts: Lillie Langtry endorsing Pears Soap - - Association of Diamond Merchants, Jewellers and Silversmiths (jewellery designs).
The Serious Side of Nature: The Cold Weather and a Contrast Between London and Vienna - full page (fp) showing two sketches by Melton Prior showing poor people on the streets of London; and the poor warming themselves at a big pot belly style stove in a building in Vienna.
Miss Ellaline Terriss as Cinderella t the Lyceum Theatre - fp showing four scenes.
Cinderella Going to the Ball - fp photograph of Miss Ellis by Alfred Ellis, Upper Baker St. London NW.
Miss Ellaline Terris as Cinderella - full page from a drawing by Dudley Hardy.
Last Week's Paris - fp of sketches by Villedebois showing people ice "Skating on The Grand Lac" - and "Black and White at the Opera Ball" black man and white woman.
Ada Rehan as Viola - photo by Sarony of New York.
Mr J. J. Hogan MP. c.keenlyside.
Invitation: Pall Mall Gazette and Christmas Tree - small engraving showing the invitation for Children of the East End to attend a party at Charrington's Assembly Hall 27 Mile End Rd London E.
the Right hon. Jesse Collings MP - small cartoon caricature by GRIP - info. Founder Canadian magazine Grip, John Wilson Bengough
Miss Nita Clavering - photograph by A. Ellis.
Feminine Fencers: Taking a Rest.
Feminine Fencers: A Sure Hand - fp from a drawing showing a lady practising her fencing skills.
Drawings Cecil Aldin to accompany a short story x2.
Journalists of the Day: Graphic and Daily Graphic:
Mr W. L. Thomas RI of the Graphic and Daily Graphic.
Mr T. Heath-Joyce - photograph by Lavender, Bromley, Kent.
Mr Harvey Thomas
Mr H. Hall.
The Japanese Dancing Girl:
Tsuma-Ko of Shinbashi.
The Fan Dancer - two Japanese ladies and a girl.
Miss Katie Seymour at the Gaiety Theatre - fp.
The Carnival From a Painting by Friedrich Fehr - fp from a photograph by the Photogaphic Union, Munich in sepia style.
Miss Sybil Carlisle - fp photograph by Mr A. Bassano.
A Chester Centenarian: Mary Jones in the Hoole Union, Chester.
Sir Toby Belch - fp from a drawing by Sauber.
Miss Kitty Loftus - x3 photogaphs by Draycott, Birmingham.
Art of The Day:
Black Game Packing - from a Painting by Archibald Thorburn.
Ptarmigan Seeking Shelter - by Archibald Thorburn.
Black Bear Caught in a Deadfall - photo by J. Turner-Turner.
A Portrait - H. P. Jackson.
Countess of Bessborough by Sir Thomas Lawrence PRA.
Madame Vestris by Vigee Lebrun.
Little Vanda by Jacques E. Blance at the Dudley Gallery.
Un Coup de Vent by J. Denneulin at the Paris Salon.
The Light Side of Nature: The Doctors Groom (with certificate of death) - full page from a drawing by Fred Hall.
GAME - full page from a sketch by RAB aka R. A. Brownlie
Mr Gladstone as a Bookhunter - full page from a sketch by Phil May showing Mr Gladstone having to pay a surcharge on a book being delivered to him.
A Hurried Courtship (Perfect Strangers Meet) - full page; funny sketch by Jonh Hassall.
Miss Jane Barlow the Author of Irish Idylls.
Mr Owen Glynne Jones of the Alpine Club.
Miss Gertrude Kingston - actress, actor-manager and artist.
Maurus Jokal - photo by E. Ede, of Budapest.
Ladies Fashion: Dresses x2 from drawings by Albert.
Full page of adverts incl. Bensons Lady's Keyless Lever Watch - London Glove Co. - Satin Polish - Lanoline - etc.
Full page of adverts incl. Brooke's Soap Monkey Brand - over half page.
Opening of the S. Wales and Monmouthshire Truant Schools: Key Presented to Lord Aberdare. Small engraving showing the key.
John Robertson Dundee Whisky - fp advert.
Frys Pure Cocoa - fp advert showing a fashionable lady drinking a small cup of cocoa.
Small engraving to accompany article on the London Thirteen Club dinner.
A full page of various adverts incl. HIndes's Hair Curlers (hp) - Allcock's Plasters - Player's Cigarettes.
The Late William Waddington.
Panorama of the Week (in diary form) giving snippets of news from the reive previous week.
Racing Notes by Captain Coe.
Last Weeks Paris by Mimosa
Small Talk with mention of Queen Victoria - Greek Bondholders - Count Tolstoi - Robin Dinner Fund - Harry Cust MP and Santa Claus at the East End - Rt Hon. Jesse Collings MP - Mr Mantalini - miel - Miss Flora L. Shaw - The Academy - The Gaiety Girl - etc.
Tights and Their Wearers.
The Literary Lounger (new books etc).
Badminton Echoes - Equestrian (with mention of the Kipling Pole) - Shooting; Woodcocks, Snipes - Fishing Cats and Otters - Dr Nansen - etc
Novel in a Nutshell - Daddy Jake and Uncle Remus - short story by Phil Robinson.
Journals and Journalists of Today: William L. Thomas.
Contrasts - poem by E. Nesbit.
The Japanese Dancing Girl by Killingworth Hedges.
In a Cafe with Miss Katie Seymour - interview by EFS.
Pluck Rewarded - verse. Loght.
Miss Sybil Carlisle.
A Chester Centenarian Mary Jones.
Frocks: A Ballad of a Dear Little Maiden - poem by Mark Ambient.
The Author of Irish Idylls by Katharine Tynan - interview with Jane Barlow.
Youngest Member of the Alpine Club: Mr Owen Glynne Jones. Info. mountaineering club.
Tea with Miss Gertrude Kingston.
Work for Girls.
The Book and Its Story: The Literary Hero of the Moment - The Writer Maurus Joka - by SJL.
Cure for Stoutness - hp advert.
The Thirteen Club by JMB.
Notes From the Exchange
Ladies Pages - Fashion. By Florence Fenwick Miller.
Fancy Dress Ball at the Mansion House.
Lord Aberdare at Merthyr Tydfil.
This is an original used magazine not a scan and not a later re-print. Twenty-six pages (52 sides). It measures 360 x 250 mm (14.25 x 9.75 "). The orig. advertising wrap/cover is missing. The front page 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 are 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. This item will be packaged in a tube.
The descriptive text in my listing, details 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 printed text.
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 two pages missing, so 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. The process of the page numbering in The Sketch carry on from the previous issue and so dont start with number 1. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
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