1894 The SKETCH Magazine THEATRE Marie Montrose HIRAM MAXIM Olga Nethersole WEEDON GROSSMITH (6500)
MARIE MONTROSE Harry Furniss WEEDON GROSSMITH Olga Nethersole HIRAM MAXIM Harry Verney
Original Victorian Magazine
Miss Marie Montrose As Cinderella in Sir Augustus Harris's Pantomime at Newcastle upon Tyne - full front page from a photograph by James Bacon of Newcastle on Tyne.
Page on Harry Furniss entitled St. Furniss, High Priest of Caricature: A Talk with a Quite Unknown Man - one photograph and three small engravings of his sketches:
Mr Harry Furniss - on his horse - photograph by Barrauds, Oxford Street, W. - info. Harry Furniss (b. Wexford Ireland 1854 - d. Hastings, Sussex 1925) artist and illustrator.
A Letter By Mr Furniss - caricatures and writing.
Mr Furniss Drawn by Himself - plus another small engraving.
Mr Mollison as Dan'L Druce - from a play by W. S. Gilbert - small engraved sketch.
Mr Weedon Grossmith - actor manager - photograph by A. Ellis, Upper Baker St. NW .
Mr Grossmith as Mr Joseph Lebanon in The Cabinet Minister.
Mr Grossmith as Percy Palfreyman in Wealth.
A Menu For The Gaiety Girls Hop - small engraving showing a dinner menu at the Prince of Wales Theatre.
Last Weeks Paris, Anarchists At Bay and Assaulting the law - a full page drawn by Villedebois or Ville de Bois.
The Late Right Hon. Sir Harry Verney at Claydon House in Buckinghamshire - photograph by S. G. Payne, Aylesbury - the article mentions his sister in law Miss Florence Nightingale - Info: He was married to her sister Frances Parthenope Nightingale.
Midland Railway Literary Institute, Reading Room.
Midland Railway Literary Institute, Lecture and Concert Room.
Midland Railway Literary Institute, Library.
Mrs H. L. Clark - one of the best known of English lady cyclists wearing the fashion of the day for cycling - from a photograph by Russell and Sons, Wimbledon.
Hunger - a full page sketch by Dudley Hardy - a man sitting on a step. c.keenlyside.
Miss Olga Nethersole - full page photograph by Alfred Ellis of Upper Baker Street NW.
Four Scenes from The Transgressor: Mr Arthur Elwood - Miss Nethersole - Miss Bessie Hatton - Mr Fernandez - Mr Seymour Hicks - - M. reive - Mr Bucklaw
Three sketches for Novel in a Nutshell by W. D. Almond.
Quebec Winter Carnival - - a programme front .
Miss Scottie - a white rough coated collie trained by Mr Louis Lewis.
Mrs Alec Tweedie - carrying her skis.
Mister Barry Pain - English journalist, poet and writer. Info. Barry Eric Odell Pain,
The Art of the Day:
Pheasant Shooting - From a Painting by Douglas Adams.
Rabbit Shooting - From a Painting by Douglas Adams.
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie - by Philip E. Stretton.
A Critical Moment - by Fannie Moody - shoiwng a dog and kittens.
La Jeunesse Victorieuse - From a Painting by Adolphe Weiss - full page.
Silence - From a Painting by Mrs Walle.sleekburnc.
Lendemain de Premiere, Dans la Loge - From a Painting by Pierre Carrier Belleuse - ballet dancers in the costume room with the needlewoman.
The Charms of Our Variable Climate - full page sketch by MElton Prior showing fashionable ladies and a gentleman out walking in the sunshine, and in the rain
Three prints of the partridge by Archibald Thorburn: Hard Times - - The Towered Bird - - A Sunny Corner.
Mr Maxim and His Gun - photograph of the man standing next ot his gun.
Getting Ready - photograph showing Mr Hiram Maxim operating his gun.
Photographs by G. And R. Lavis of Eastbourne: Four wonderful poses of children on a full page.
The Light Side of Nature - The Old Sailor and The Potman - full page comical sketch by Phil May.
The Assistant and The Plumber - Comical sketch by J. F. Sullivan on a full page.
His New Fur Coat - a full page sketch by C.S. of a man being followed by cats.
Mr F. H. Fisher, Editor of The Literary World.
Monsieur Coquelin Cadet - the comedian.
M. J. Earp - footballer of Sheffield Wednesday.
Small sketch showing a line up of footballers Partners at Back ....Let me catch you smoking again!.
A Steamboat for Alexandria - photograph showing a powerful floating steam fire engine by Messrs Merryweather Experimented with in Deptford Creek ....
Miss Minnie Palmer - actress.
Hamptons and Sons Art Dealers Decorator and House Furnishers of Pall Mall East ... - advert.
Mr F. B. Atkinson - photograph by Mayall of Brighton of the famous jockey.
Fashion: Four fashion sketches of hat designs drawn by Albert .
Fashion: Original Design for a Court Train.
Panorama of the Week includes National Liberal Federation - - - The Autonomie Club - - - Anarchist Scares.
A Talk With Mr Harry Furniss - by J. M..
A Great Pianist is Dead- Hans Von Bulow.
The Feminine Fictionist - Rhyme Quoted in the " Critic " New York.
The New Actor Manager Mr Weedon Grossmith - Interview by AL.
The Gaiety Girls Hop with mention of Mr George Edwardes.
Last Week's Paris by Mimosa - with mention of Poissont the Policeman - M. Lepine the Prefect of Police - miel - Emile Henry - M. Waldeck-Rousseau - M. du Bruit - etc.
Small Talk includes The Death of " patriarch of Our Baronets" Sir Harry Verney with re. to Miss Florence Nightingale his Sister in Law.
A Chat with Miss Olga Nethersole.
In a Dancing School with mention of Madame Katti Lanner.
A Governor as Composer - Governor of Western Australia Sir W. C. F. Robinson.
A Novel in a Nutshell - An Episode in Married Life by George Moore - short story.
The Quebec Carnival.
The Common Lot - poem by E. Nesbit - info. probably Edith Nesbit.
Miss Scottie - Dog or Devil - a performing dog belonging to Mr Louis Lewis.
The Book and its Story - Pranks Below Zero or " A Winter Jaunt to Norway " by Mrs Alex Tweedie - a review by LFA - L. F. Austin.
Mr Barry Pain At Home in Pinner - interview.
Feminine Fencers - Poem.
Art of the Day.
A Chat With Mr Hiram S. Maxim.
Hors D'Oeuvres by Marmiton.
Journals and Journalists of Today - Mr F. H. Fisher and The " Literary World " interview by DW.
A Great Comedian - A Chat with Coquelin Cadet.
The Literary Lounger by O. O..
The World of Sport by Olympian - Football - Cricket - Aquatics.
Badminton Echoes by Bugle.
A Chat with "The Little Widow" - Miss Minnie Palmer.
Parliament - By a Rash Radical and By a Cautious Conservative.
My Editors by a " Lady Journalist "..
Our Ladies pages by Florence - info Florence Fenwick Miller.
Notes from the Exchange - "All is not Gold that Glitters" from " S. Simon Esq. of Lamb Shearer and Co of Capel Court ".
Notes From the Theatres by Monocle. sleekburnc. 2102
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.
22 pages (44 sides). 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. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
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