Northamptonshire Regiment OSTEND PORT REFUGEES Battle of the Marne ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION Bombardment of Madras ANTWERP BOMBED Indian Expeditionary Force CANADIAN CONTINGENT German Submarine U9 Wilhelmshaven
Original WW1 Newspaper
This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, maps, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:
The Battle of the Aisne - Battery of the 1st Northamptonshire Regiment Frantically Trying to Round Up Startled Horses that Stampeded After The Battery Was Shelled Before The Drivers Had Time to Unlimber - a full front page Drawn by John Charlton RI from a SKetch by Private R. Thompson of the 1st Northamptonshire Regiment.
Mr Noel Buxton and His Brother Mr C. R. Buxton - Wounded by a Young Turk While Attending the Funeral of King Carol - two portrait photographs of each man, by Elliot and Fry, and Rogers - Info. Charles Roden Buxton - Noel Edward Noel-Buxton.
Sir William Markby K.C. Judge at Calcutta - portrait photograph by Elliott and Fry.
Colonel J. H. Burland V.D. of the Canadian Red Cross - photograph by Elliott and Fry - info. Jeffrey Hale Burland holder of theVolunteer Officers Decoration.
Dr Anthony Traill - photograph by Elliott and Fry - info. Provost of Trinity College, Dublin.
Monsignor R. H. Benson - photograph by Poole - Info. Robert Hugh Benson.
Trafalgar Day 1914 - The Nelson Column Decorated for the 109th Anniversary.
Map - How The Allies Reached the North Sea and The Exposition of the Battle of Marne - a full page pictorial map drawn by G. F. Morrell, drawn to scale in 50 mile squares, in perspective.
Map - The Port of Ostend, Temporarily Occupied by the Enemy - a full page drawn by G. F. Morrell, a street plan style map with buildings, and the surrounding areas around Ostend. Places/buildings etc shown include Kursaal - Royal Palace Hotel - Race Course (part) - Avenue de La Reine - Royal Gallery - Commercial Docks - Leopold Park - Digue de Mer - Royal Chalet - Miel - Bruges Canal - Fishing Harbour - Rue de Flandre - Cathedral - Fort Napoleon - New Avant Port - Where the English Steamers Depart - Pier Station - Steam Tramway Route to Blankenbergh and Heyst - New Bassin de Chasse - New Lighthouse - Sand Dunesy and many other streets/buildings named. In the distance we have Breedene - Lemskerke - Vlisseghem - Coq sur Mer - Wenduyne - Blankenbergh - Bruges.
Two Sailors Looking at The Tomb of Nelson in St. Paul's Cathedral - full page from a drawing by Arthur Garratt.
On the Road from Antwerp - Sailors of the 1st Naval Brigade Helping Wounded Soldiers, Women and Children as They Flee On the Road to St Nicholas, The Burning Oil tanks at Hoboken in the Distance - a dramatic full page Drawn by Ernest Prater from Sketches by a Member of the Royal Naval Division.
Army and Navy: Officers Mentioned in the Dispatches of Field Marshal Sir John French, Commanding British Army France:
Lieutenant Colonel G. P. T. Fielding DSO - 3rd Battalion Coldstream Guards.
Brigadier General J. A. L. Haldane CB DSO - General Headquarters Staff.
Lieutenant General Sir Archibald Murray - Chief of General Staff.
Lieutenant Colonel A. A. Wolfe-Murray - 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry.
Major Hon. W. P. Hore-Ruthven DSI - General Headquarters Staff.
Commander W. De M. Egerton RN - HMS Lance.
Lieutenant Commander F. Burges Watson - HMS Loyal.
Lieutenant Commander C. F. Allsup - HMS Legion.
Photographs by Bassano, Speaight, Russell and Sons, Newton, and Heath..
Two Victims of HM Cruiser Hawke - Surgeon Gustavus W. M. Custance - - Midshipman H. P. Lewis-Jones - potographs of each by Debenham, and Elliott and Fry - info. Henry Platen Lewis Jones aged 17.
Empress Eugenie With a Wounded Officer in the Gardens of Her House at Farnborough, That She Has Had Converted In To A Military Hospital For Officers.
Bombardment of Madras by the German Cruiser Emden:
SS Chupra Damaged By Shrapnel.
The Funeral of Cadet Fletcher.
The Sailing Club House Riddled With Shot.
Burning Oil Tank of Anglo-Persion Oil Company.
View of the Blazing Oil Tanks - People in the Freground.
The Effects of a Shell - x2 photographs.
A Night Scene Showing the Burning Oil Tanks.
The Shelling of Antwerp:
A Bombed House at the Corner of the Trois Rois and Rue Turst.
The Fort of Ertbrand Blown Up Reive.
Stabrueck Fort Blown Up by the Belgians.
Discarded War Material in the Streets.
Fort de Wavre St, Catherine After the Bombardment.
A House with the Front Blown Out.
The British Naval Division in the Trenches Outside Antwerp.
Funeral of Eight Sailors of HMS Aboukir, Hogue and Cressy in the Katuzk Cemetery, Amsterdam - the Rev James Chambers of the left of picture and many others. F. H. W. de Quartel Captain of Infantry is mentioned in the caption.
The Royal Naval Division on Their Way to Antwerp.
Some of the Wounded at Ostend.
Belgian Refugees Passing into Neutral Holland - a woman with babe in arms, and dutch soldier pushing a wheelbarrow carrying two little girls, while other children watch on.
Dutch Soldier Foster Fathers on the Frontier - a little girl, and two babies being held by soldiers.
Controlling the Rush of Refugess in Their Flight From Ostend.
Civilian Ladies Boarding the Boat at Ostend.
Too Late for The Last Boat to England - A Pathetic Scen in the Flight from Ostend - full page From a Photograph Taken Exclusively for The Graphic by Reginald Silk . Showing a young couple, and others trying to get up the gang-plank but being barred by an armed soldier.
The Martydom of Belgium - Heroic Garrison of Antwerp in Retreat Towards Ostend - a very atmospheric scene on a full page Sketches by Edward Claes, One of the Civic Guard at Ghent, Now Among the Belgian Refugees in London.
The Arrival at Ghent of the Inmates of the Duffel Hospital and Home for the Aged - another wonderful page drawing - as above.
A London Pickford Motor Van Charging a Party of Uhlans - a centre double page showing a night-time scene of the action Drawn by Lionel Edwards Under the Supervision of an Officer Lately Returned From the Front.
The Indian Expeditionary Force at Sea - double page Drawn by E. S. Hodgson fro Material Supplied by a Soldier in the Indian Expeditionary Force.
A British Soldier, A Bus Driver in The Army service Corps, as an Entertainer in a French Theatre - from a sketch by Gilbert holiday.
A Wounded British Officer in France - from a sketch by Gilbert Holiday.
The Roll f honour - British Officers Killed, Missing and Wounded:
Major P. Hastings - Royal West Kent Regiment - Killed.
Major M. E. Cookson - Royal Sussex Regiment - Killed.
Lieutenant J. Fraser - Connaught Rangers - Killed.
Captain P. B. Maxwell - East Yorkshire Regiment - Killed.
2nd Liuetenant E. W. Wilson - West Yorkshire Regiment - Killed.
Lieutenant Voltelin Heath - Royal Horse Guards - Killed.
Lieutenant A. M. A I. De L. Teeling - Norfolk Regiment - Killed.
MaJor General H. I. W. Hamilton DSO - Commanding 3rd Division - Killed.
The Hon. F. G. Pearson - Despatch Rider - Killed.
Captain R. B. Campbell - Gordon Highlanders - Wounded.
Major R. T. Roper - Dorset Regiment - Killed.
Lieutenant R.A. Pringle - Royal West Surrey Regiment - Died of Wounds.
Lieutenant Colonel C. Dalton RAMC - Died of Wounds.
Captain H. P. E. T. Williams - HMS Hawke - Missing.
Commander B. A. Pratt Barlow - HMS Hawke - Missing.
Lieutenant A. E. G. Coombs - HMS Hawke - Missing.
Arrival of the First Contingent of Soldiers From Canada - Seven photographs on a full page:
School Children Cheering the Fleet of Transports on Their Arrival at Plymouth.
Canadian Highlanders On Their Way to Camp on an Omnibus.
Five photographs showing soldiers, horses and two nurses.
South Africa - The Imperial Light Horse.
South Africa - Getting the Guns Ready.
South Africa - The Camp of the Imperial Light Horse.
Canada - An Armoured Car.
Newfoundland - A Scen in the Camp.
Canada - Red Cross Motor Ambulance.
Jamaica - Landing German Prisoners of War From the SS Bethania at Kingston.
Tahiti - Bringing in a German Prize.
India - Calcutta Port Defence Rifles.
Calcutta - Scottish Volunteers at Drill.
Calcutta - Port Defence Volunteers.
The Expeditionary Corps - Sir James Willcocks - Major Bottine an Interpreter - Major Robinson - Colonel Nanton - four photographs of the men..
Indian Lancers Taking up a Position.
Indians with Transport Mules.
Sikhs in Camp in France.
A Sikh Goat Miler 'Keenlyside .
Our Native Troops Preparing Their Own Food.
A Sikh Tribute of Flowers, and French Appreciation.
A Corner in a Busy Camp inDupleix's Native Land - photograph by P. Bose.
Fry's Cocoa - full page advert showing a sailor holding a tin of cocoa while looking through a porthole of HMS MAtchless.
Miss Marie Lohr at the Duke of York's.
Scene From "The Seven Keys to Baldpate" at the Apollo.
Miss Laurette Taylor at The Comedy Theatre.
Miss Lillah McCarthy at the Haymarket.
Mister Oscar Asche in "Mameena" at The Globe - A Zulu Play Founded on One of Rider Harrard's Stories.
Mlle Gaby Deslys at the Palace.
Bath - The Roman Bath.
A French Military Searchlight at Work Operated from a De Dion Car.
Illuminated Direction Sign Erected by the A.A. and M.U. at London Colney.
Clemak Safety Razor 5/- - advert.
Zenobia Perfume - advert.
Burberry Ladies Motor Coat - advert.
G. E. Lewis and Sons - Guns - advert.
Peps for Coughs, colds and Bronchitis - advert.
Egerton Burnett Tailors - advert showing three ladies and three gens designs.
Swan Safety Fountpen - advert.
Beautiful Bath Hot Springs etc - advert.
Napier Car - fRom D. Napier and Son Ltd of 14 New Burlington St. London W. And of Works, Acton, W. - advert.
Dr J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne - advert.
Supplement to The Graphic:
Wreaths on Nelsons Monument, London.
HMS Loyal and HMS Undautned - with an inset photograph of Captain Cecil H. Fox.
The Avenging of HMS Hawke - The Chase, The Melee and The Return - three drawings on a double page Drawn by Donald Maxwell From Descriptions by Those Who Saw The Fight . Wonderful drawings of the ships on a page which has been tipped into the main body of the paper so that it could be removed without the binding marks.
The Fight Off Heligoland When Six German Ships Were Sunk - drawn by E. S. Hodson and as Imagined by an Artist in Tokio x2 drawings.
The Return of the U9 After Sinking Three British Cruisers - Sailors Welcoming the Submarine at Wilhelmshaven - Drawn by the German Artist Willy Stower.
HMS Kennet chasing a German Torpedo Boat of Tsingtau - Drawn by H. G. Swanwick.
The Convoy of Indian Transports en Route for France - from a facsimile of sketch by D. Richards showing HMSs Briton - Dunluce Castle - Balmoral Castle - HMS Leviathan - HMS Hyacinth - Goorka - Guildford Castle - Kenilworth Castle.
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:
Caption article with references by Private R. Thompson of the 1st Northamptonshire Regiment to accompany a front page illustration.
The Passing of the Wanderer by Margaret Chute.
Caption article on the plight of refugees fleeing from Belgium.
Caption article to accompany drawing showing a Pickford Van in a confrontation with a "Party of Uhlans".
A Lively Letter From the Field of France - Written by Our Special Artist Gilbert Holiday.
The City of Bath by DMM. Keenlyside
How the Canadians Came Marching Home - By One Who Sailed in the Megantic.
Britannia - Poem by J. J. Beresford.
Motoring and Aviation by Edwin Campbell. Sleekburnc. 2410
This is an original USED newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print.
A publication similar to The Illustrated London News, The Graphic was a weekly illustrated newspaper published by H. R. Baines and Company Ltd of Tallis House, Whitefriars, City of London. If there is a particular date you require regarding this item eg. for a birthday or anniversary etc please ask.
Eighteen pages (36 sides). It measures 395 x 285 mm (15.5 x 11.25inches).There is no outer advertising cover and the spine has been repaired/reinforced at some time. The main frontispiece page is present with The Graphic header banner, date, price etc. Some of the pages are loose with binding witness marks. There is some age yellowing. 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 other pages missing (as well those stated above), 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.
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. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated. The images are NOT in colour unless otherwise stated. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
The process of the page numbering in The Graphic issues carry on from the previous issue therefore do not start at number 1. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested. The descriptive text in my listing, details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. Please be aware there maybe typo/spelling errors etc. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text.
Antique and Vintage Prints, Maps & Ephemera - Newspapers, Magazines, Back Issues & Books.
- © (copyright) -
All text descriptions etc. in our listings are protected through copyright law, and have been electronically and invisibly coded, and are also protected under ebay VeRO rules. Reproduction, in whole or part, without permission is a transgression of copyright.
|Product Code||24Oct1914 (3432) 21Jul2019 Redone|