1895 THE SKETCH Magazine ADA REEVE Dublin Horse KATE CUTLER Nannie Craddock ANGLING (7310)

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The Sketch

The Sketch was a British illustrated weekly newspaper, published between  February 1893 and  June 1959, by the Illustrated London News Company and was primarily a society magazine with regular features on Royalty and the aristocracy, theatre, cinema and arts, with a high photographic content.

This issue has 26 pages ( 52 sides)
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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:

 
Miss Ada Reeve in All Abroad at The Criterion Theatre from a photograph by Alfred Ellis, Upper Baker St, W. She was a star in English music hall and American vaudeville (full front page) - this front page is almost detached
The Professor by Phil May an amusing full page sketch
Cricketers for Surrey Abel and Richardson
Blackberrying a poem by Alfred Perceval Graves with illustrations by A. L. Bowley
The Dublin Horse show Mr E. Harrigan (with horse & carriage), Winner of The 2nd Prize for Hackney Car Horse - Lady Sarah, 1st Price Hackney Mare - A Smart Hunter - Ponies Suitable for harness: Quinten Kennedy, 2nd Prize
Dublin Horse Show Mr Sidney Bruntons "Mischief" and Modesty" Horses
Dublin Horse Show A Mare and Foal
The Holy Man of Benares
Swami Bhaskarananda Saraswati
Billy or Gwilym The Natal Goat of the 1st Batallion of the Welsh Regiment
Lord Cantelupes Eleven v. A Sussex Eleven Cricket teams
Angling Some of The Competitors at Houghton Bridge near Camberley, Sussex - The Days Catch
Fishing Competition The Rendezvous Houghton Bridge Inn near Camberley, Sussex
The Arun Fishing Competion with anglers at the riverside
Miss Nannie Craddock from a photograph by Morrison, Chicago, wonderful full page
"Alabama" at The Garrick Theatre Mr E. S. Willard
Some of the players in "Alabama" A at the Garrick Mr E S Willard - Miss Keith Wakeman - Miss Agnes Miller - In the Bauble Shop - In Alabama
Miss Violet Vanbrugh ( Mrs Bourchier )
Mr Bourchier as Robin Hood in Tennysons Foresters
Miss Vanbrugh as Olivia in Twelfth Night Wonderful photgraph by H. S. Mendelssohn, Pembridg Crescent, w
Lord John Russell small
Mr J. W. Arrowsmith of Bristol, A Provincial Publisher
Impudence - a small pug dog
Art of the Day A Daughter of Old Nile from the painting by Hal Hurst Full Page
Art Notes Mrs Percy Hudson, by W. LLewellyn - Cottage Girl by George Clusen ARA
The Empty Cradle Full page, A Photograhic Study by The London Stereoscopic Company, Regent Street, W
 
 
 The Pass of Glencoe: The Scene of the Massacre (light smudge to sky in this one)
Glencoe: The Three Sisters
Glencoe
Glencoe: The Pass from Near The Bridge of The Three Waters light smudge to this one) by Valentines and sons, Dundee
 
 
All Abroad at The Criterion Theatre: Miss Kate Cutler as Connie - Miss Ada Reeve as Madame Montesquieu - Miss Ada Reeve as Madame Montesquieu different pose and costume
Miss Kate Cutler in All Abroad at The Criterion Theatre - Full page
Love Me, Love My Dog From a photograph by A. Basano, Old Bond Street, W. A Lady and her Dog full page
The Light Side of Nature The American Girl Exports a Lord full page by RAB (sign in background reads SS Campania sails for New York)
A Novel Life-Belt full page by Rene Bull
Orpheus at The Seaside (looks like one of the Black & White Minstrels with Banjo) Full page by T W C and also bearing the name Andre & Sleigh
Easily Arranged Full page sketch by Will Owen
The Nore Lightship - Mucking Flat Light - Bell Bouy
The Quay At Treport - The Beach - A View of The Cliffs at le Treport, France
Madagascar Betsimisaraka Girls and Slave Child, East Coast - Sakalava, From The Neighbourhood of St. Augustines Bay, West Coast
The Prisoner of Zenda on The stage, The Author and The Adaptor Mr Anthony Hope & Mr Edward Rose
The Princess Flavia Miss Grace Kimball - Miss Grace Kimball (Two photographs)
Advertising page with :- Lanoline, Brandauer Pens, Hieratica writing paper, Mappin and Webb,Cuticura, Swan Fountain pen, Players Navy Cut, Tamar Indien Grillon (for constipation)
The Lancashire Eleven: Sugg - Mold - C. H. Benton - Paul - A. C. Maclaren - Lancaster - Tinsley - Baker - Ward - Smith - Briggs - Hallam Cricket Team
Fashion A Gown for Madame Calve
Advertising page with :- Vinolia Soap, Hovis, Aspinalls Oxidised Enamel
Full page advert for Brookes Monkey Brand soap, showing a lady sat on a rock holding a winged Monkeys Head - called Leisure and her Cherub
Fashion - a gown for Madam Calve
Some Brooches or hair pins
2 half page adverts for : The Album magazine, and English Illustrated Magazine
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This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include:
 
About The Beerbohm Trees
The Production of Trilby in England
Novel in a Nutshell by Mrs Arthur Kennard
Small Talk - Royal Family Movements
The World of Sport includes Cricket, Athletics and Football
Parliament by a Rash Radical
Parliament by a Cautious Conservative and more
 

 
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The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. It measures 350 x 250 mm (13.5 x 9.75 inches).The spine is loose with binding witness marks where once bound, some pages are loose. There is some age yellowing with some spotting. Some pages may have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age. The images vary in size. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated. The images are in black and white unless otherwise stated.

This item will be packaged in a tube.  

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.
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 No pages missing so if you are looking for something in particular in these pages PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in The Illustrated London News are applied in a yearly sequence and therefore do not start at number 1. 

 
Condition Used
Weight 0.375kg