This copy has 10 pages, 20 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding Holes showing.
Front page shows an Article called " The Working Classes and their Strikes." Together with an Engraving showing The Fete of the Emporer, at Paris. This page has a Tape repair to it.
The Overland Mail.
Progress of the Chinese Rebellion.
Tomb of the Emperor Napoleon at the Hotel Des Invalides.
Sculpture of the Tomb of Napoleon.
Engraving showing - Tomb of Napoleon. - The Sarcophagus, in the Crypt.
Engraving of - Tomb of Napoleon. - Entrance to the Crypt.
The Fete of the Emperor.
Alleged Christianity of the Chinese Insurgents.
Great Fire at Dover.
The Smyth Forgeries Case.
Full Page Engraving showing " Interior of the Church of the Invalides, at Paris." - The opening of the Crypt containing the Tomb of Napoleon.
Full page Engraving called - " Fete of the Emperor.- Illumination and Balloon Ascent in the Champs Elysees."
The National Gallery. - Cleaning the Pictures. - The New Gallery.
Literary Miscellanies. - No4. " A Friend of Talleyrand."
The Blight of the Vines.
The Camp at Cobham. - With Half page Engraving.
Fete to Messrs. Whatman and Lee, at Vinters Park, near Maidstone.- With Half Page Engraving.
Chapel in Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight.
Destruction by Fire of Messrs. Kirkman's Piano-Forte Manufactory.
Deal New Parochial Schools.
St. Pancras Almshouses. With Engraving.
Frightful Accident at the Crystal Palace.
Epitome of News. - Foreign and Domestic.
Obituary of Eminent Persons Henry Richard Greville, Earl Brooke and Earl of Warwick. K.T. Lieutenant-Colonel Peter Hawker. T.G. Bucknall Estcourt, Esq Richard John Thompson, Esq., of Kirby-Hall, Yorkshire. General Sir Frederick Adam, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. Sir Frederick Hamilton, Bart., of Silverton Hill County Lanark.