BOER WAR China Conflict CHINESE BARBER SHOP Kansas Fire Brigade POW NOOITGEDACHT Transvaal BENGAL CAVALRY
Original Victorian Newspaper
Boxer Rebellion China: A Bengal Cavalry Parol Escorting a Boxer Prisoner - full page (fp) front cover from a drawing by R. Caton Woodville.
The Transvaal or Boer War, South Africa and British Prisoners at Nooitgedacht - fp showing x6pics:
Prisoners Quarters and Mr Goschen Nephew of the First Lord of the Admiralty in the Centre,
British Prisoners Bathing Within a Wire Entanglement.
Man Shaving His Captor.
A Guard on a Hill with a Birds Eye View of Nooitgedacht Prison.
Prisoners Eating Their Monotonous Diet.
A Mixed Company of Prisoners: Black Watch, Argyll and Sutherland highlanders, Dublin Fusiliers, City Imperial Volunteers and Yeomanry, etc.
Scenes of the Surrender of General Prinsloo - fp showing x4pcs:
Fouriesburg Where Generals Hunter and Rundle Joined Forces.
Boer Prisoners with British Artillery and Infantry Beyond.
July Kraal from a Ridge near Willow Grange.
The Kopje Which Was Held by The Boers AGinst General Rundles Forces.
Lord Ampthill the Governor of Madras - info. Arthur Oliver Villiers Russell.
Lieut. James Robert Gaussen Bengal Cavlrey Miel; Wounded near Tientsin.
The Late Lord Portarlington - info. George Lionel Henry Seymour Dawson-Damer.
The Late Sir John Bennet Lawes.
Lt. John Arthur Greer 3rd Bat. West India Regt; Killed near Kumasi, South Africa.
Captain Robert Clarence Hillard Chalmers Ordered to China with His Regiment 5yh Infantry Hyderabad Contingent.
Rev. Adrian Hofmeyr Asst. Commissioner for Western Transvaal.
The Texas Hurricaine: The Passenger Station Galveston (before hurricane).
Texas Hurricane: Port of Galveston - half page (hp; as above).
The Transvaal War: Arresting a Treacherous Boer Farmer - fp from a sketch by our Special Artist Mr Frank Stewart.
Three illustrations drawn by Gunning king for a short story Private Griggs by M. E. Francis (Mrs Francis Blundell). Info. M. E. Francis was the pen name of Mary Elizabeth Blundell.
The Boer Retirement Before Buller from Laing's Nek to Standerton:
Majuba Hill West of Laings Nek: Boer Trenches.
ON the Veldt: Scottish Riflemans Amusment; a Soldier Playing the Bagpipe.
Hollanders in Custody at Standerton. c.keenlyside.
Hopllander Women Visiting Their Husbands in Captivity.
Destroyed Laings Nek Tunnel.
Back Yard of Standerton Hotel After The Boers Depart.
Page titled Leaders of a Lost Cause:
South Africa: Francis William Reitz Ex-State Secretary.
Mrs Lucas Meyer. sleekburnc.
Genera Lucas Meyer.
Retiefs Nek and the Passes From Bethlehem - hp from a sketch by Mr Weld Blundell
Visit of Colonial Troops to Windsor Under the Command of Captain Arthur Stourton - hp group photograph; amongst them Austrian and Canadians etc.
Scene from Julius Caesar at Her Majestys Theatre: Herbert Beerbohm Tree - Mr Murray Carson - Mrs Tree (info. nee Helen Holt) - Reive - hp from a drawing by Balliol Salmon.
The Crisis in China:
An Imperial Cortege on the Road - fp from a drawing by P. Frenzeny showing a procession of litters or planaquins transported by carriers; also attendants carrying umbrellas and banners.
ON Board the Ship Prinz Heinrich: German Officials of the Field Post Department at Drill Practise - fp Sketch (facsimile) by Our Special Artist Mr John Schonberg..
A Chinese Barbers Shop - fp from a drawing by P. Frenzeny showing a group of men With the advent of the Manchu Dynaste, the pigtail became the Chinaman's badge of servitude....The dandies and wealthy classes go through it at least once a week.....
The Charge of the Japanese Cavalry Among the Bamboos Outside Tientsin - centre double page (dp) from a drawing by R. Caton Woodville.
Mr Henry James - info. American-born British writer.
HMS Prince with the Old Stern Balconies - ship.
The Pan American Exhibition at Buffalo:
President of the Exhibition Mister John T. Milburn.
General View Showing the Electricity Building in the Centre with The Machinery Building.
Poplar Avenue on the Artificial Canal.
Office of the Directory of Work.
Dir. Gen. of the Exhibition The hon. William J. Buchanan.
Javan Wild Swine; The Malayan Representative of the Indian Wild Boar - wonderful fp engraving of a pig type animal.
The Kansas City Fire Brigade at Crystal Palace: Members of the Brigade (group photo); Hundred Yards Hitch of Horses to Fire Appliance; Double Circle Hitch - fp showing x3photos by Russell and Sons.
Exchange No Robbery - a boy and girl playing a prank on an old man; fp from a drawing by n. Hesnou.
Fashion: Cloth Dress Trimmed with Braid; with Hat.
Fashion: Cloth Dress Trimmed with Cord; with Hat.
Eno's Fruit Salt - fp adv. Showing three little girls reading from a son book; plus quotes from President Lincoln and others.
Solid Silver Bowl Replica of the Monteith Bowl by Aldred and Son of Great Yarmouth - pic of a bowl which was presented to Miss Gwenda Colomb Daughter of Sir John Colomb MP, on the occasion of her marriage.
Lux Soap Flakes - fp adv.
Corset; by Peter Robinson World Famed Corset Tailleur - ¼page adv.
Peptonised Milk Chocolate by SAvory and Moore's - small adv.
OGdens Guinea Gold Cigarettes - hp showing man and woman in a railway carriage.
Levesons Invalid Chairs and Carriages.
Williams Shaving Soap.
Kropp razor and Duplex Strop.
Hewetsons Furniture - hp adv.
Our Note Book by L. F. Austin
China and south Africa - by a Military Correspondent.
English Prisoners at Nooitgedacht - with mention of prisoners Lord Leitrim, Mr Goschen, Mr Garrett, Mr Hallahan.
Javan Wild Swine - by R. Lydekker.
Private Griggs by M. E. Francis - to be continued.
The War and The Boer Retirement Before Buller.
Southy Africa and Leaders of a Lost Cause.
Literature and Notes on New Books.
Anecdotal Europe by the Author of An Englishman in Paris.
Science Jottings by Dr Andrew Wilson.
Ladies Pages by Filomena.
Wills and Bequests include:
Mr William Wright JP of Saxelby Park, Leicester, And Wollaton, Notts.
Mr James Currie of LEitgh, and of Trinity Cottage, Trinity, Shipowner etc.
Mr Constantine Alexander Ionides of 23 Second Ave, Hove.
Lt. Gen. Sir William Drysdale of 15 Bury St. St James's.
Mrs Mary Churchill 63 Queens Gardens Paddington.
Mr Charles Tinling of Seaforth, Lancaster.
Sir William Cunliffe Brooks of Manchester and Lodon.
Mr Anthony Morrison of 3 Stanhope Rd,. Crouch End.
Rev. Charles Wellington Furse of 1 Abbey Garden, Westminster, and Halsdon, Devon.
Frederick Edward Gould Lambart of Wheathampstead House, St Albans.
Rear Admiral Valentine Otway Inglefield 157 Victoria St.
Eccleiastical Notes. sleekburnc. 1509
This is an original but USED antique newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print. The Illustrated London News was a newspaper founded by Herbert Ingram with the first edition appearing on 14 May 1842. It was the world's first illustrated weekly newspaper
18 pages (36 sides). It measures 400 x 295 mm (15.75 x 11.5 inches). The spine is loose with binding witness marks where once bound, there is age yellowing to the pages. The images are in black and white unless otherwise stated. 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. This item will be packaged in a tube. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my reference only.
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