The Sketch Aug 18th 1897.
- The Sketch Magazine.
The Sketch Magazine
Copy has 26 pages, 52 sides, it was taken from Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page shows a portrait photograph of Miss Violet Grey-Egerton, now Lady Romilly.
The Amazing Marriage
Half page Article on the Marriage of Miss Violet Grey-Egerton and Lord Romilly.
Half page Article on the Stage called " Two Rivals."
Full page photograph showing the Yacht "The Latona," which Won the Jubilee Cup at the Southampton Regatta.
Half page Article with photograpgh of the Giant "Aldabra Tortoise."
Article on "The Bayreuth Festival" with photograph of Miss Marie Brema.
Seven page Article called "Small Talk."
Together with photographs of the Following,-
1- The Dublin Packet-Steamer "Munster."
2- The "Old Red Hall," an Elizabethan Mansion at Bourne, Lincolnshire.
3- Miss Hall Caine, who appeared as Gloria in the Copyright Performance of "
4- The Actress Miss Murial Wylford.
5- The Actor Mr. Martin Harvey.
6- A Lightning-Struck Tree.
Poem called,- "The Philanthropist and the Anarchist" by Marmiton
"A Day in Summer."
Full page Illustration Drawn by M.Bowley.
Half page Article called "The Royal Company of Scottish Archers."
Together with a photograph of Mr.Gordon Shooting for the Selkirk Arrow.
Article on "Lady Isabel Burton." with her photograph.
The Royal Company of Scotish Archers.
Full page showing Two photographs taken by R. Clapperton, Selkirk.
1- Giving the Royal Salute.
2- Shooting for the Selkirk Arrow.
Article called "The Side-Shows at Earl's Court."
Together with Two photographs showing,-
1- The Royal Midget, Little Miss Mar.
2- The Trick Circus Rider Miss Florence Godfrey.
Article called "The Cave Men."
Church and Stage in a London Suburb.
Full page Article with photograph on "Crouch End."
Photographs show the Following,-
1- Park Chapel, Crouch End, (Outside).
2- Park Chapel, Crouch End, (Inside).
3- Entrance to the Queen's Opera House, Crouch End.
4- Interior of the Queen's Opera House, Crouch End.
Full page Article called "At Random," by L. F. Austin.
"Songs for the Kiddies."
Full page Illustration Drawn by Mr. Cecil Aldin.
Half page Article called "The Chinaman as a British Subject.
Half page Article about the People of "Ultima Thule."
The Art of the Day.
Article together with the Following photographs,-
1- Portrait of a Child "Little Blue Hood," by Mrs. Adrian C. Hope.
2- Portrait of Miss Ellaline Terriss, by Miss Maud Coleridge.
3- Portrait of Miss Graham, by John Parker.
Article called "Unknown Ireland," by Loxton Hunter.
Together with the Following photographs,-
1- The Cliffs, Muckros Head.
2- On Cloghern Road from Lismore, showing Knockmealdown Tipped with
3- the Cliffs of Muscal Donegal.
4- Tawny Bay, Kilcar, Donegal.
5- Lismore Castle.
Common Objects of the Strand.
"The Theatrical Object."
A Double page Article by Barry Pain showing Two portrait photographs called an Irish Type of Beauty. One of these portraits is of the Countess Annesley.
The Book and its Story. By F.G.B.
Full page Article on "Mr. Grant Allen's "African Millionaire."
English Monarchs and Ireland.
Full page of pictures showing the Following,-
1- Entrance of George IV. into Dublin Castle, Aug 17th 1821.
2- Richard II. Quelling the Rebellion of Macmurrough. 1399.
3- Henry VIII. was the first English King to Assume the Title King of Ireland,
4- Frontispiece of a Song Entitled "Queen Victoria's Visit to Ireland."
5- Henry II. was the First English King to be Lord of Ireland.
6- The Departure of the Queen from Kingstown Harbour, Aug 10th 1849.
Full page Article on "The Beaver in Britain."
Full page Illustration called "The Light Side of Nature." by Hill.
Full page Illustration called "A Change," by Malcolm Patterson.
Full page Illustration by Gunning King.
Full page Article called "The Franco-Scottish Society."
A Novel in a Nutshell.
Two page Article called "An Outcast of the Hills," by Tom Gallon.
Half page photograph of "Surf-Bathing" at Rockaway,near New York.
Quarter page Advert for "Vimbos."
Quarter page Advert for "Mellin's Food."
Half page Advert for "Mappin & Webb's."
Half page Advert for "Jacobs Oil."
Full page Article Called "Cycling Across Australia."
Half page Article called "The Literary Lounger."
Together with a photograph of the Author Mr. James Lane Allen.
Small Article and Photograph of the Champion Bulldog "Baron Sedgemere."
Half page Advert for "Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes."
Half page Advert for "Guy's Tonic."
Half page Article called "Society on Wheels,"
Together with a photograph of Mr. Charles White's Bicycle-Lamp.
Full page Article called "The World of Sport," by Captain Coe.
1- Golf. (With a photograph of Harry Vardon).
3- Running. (With a photograph of Edgar Christopher Bredin).
4- Racing Notes.
Half page Advert for "Mariani Wine."
Half page Advert for "Pears Soap."
"Our Ladies Pages."
Two page Article called "Vanities Variously," by Sybil.
Together with the Following Illustrations,-
1- Hats for the Country.
2- Lady wearing a Smart Autumn Jacket.
3- Lady wearing a Travelling-Gown in Drab and White.
Full page Advert for "The Parisian Diamond Company."
Half page Advert for "Camphocedra."
Two page Article called "City Notes."
1- Home Rails.
2- The Money Market.
3- Chaffey Brothers.
5- Canadian Rails.
6- The Lower Roodepoort Scandal.
7- Provincial Opera.
8- The Grand Central Mining Company.
9- Skinner's "Mining Manual."
10- Fully Paid Shares and the Companies Act.