For Sale is the Illustrated London News for September 8th 1855. Edition No. 760. This Issue has 8 Pages, 16 Sides, Issue has been taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding Holes showing. Condition of Text and Engravings is Bright, and Clear, with very little Foxing throughout. Spine has been Strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. Red London News Stamp appears on the Front Page.,
1- Front page Article called "Coming Events in Italy." 2- Foreign and Colonial News. - France. America. Frightful State of Affairs in Naples. 3- The Siege of Sebastopol. 4- The War in Asia. - Repulse of the Russians. 5- The Baltic Fleet. 6- The Russian Justification of the Hango Affair. 7- The Organisation of the British Empire. - No.1. 8- The "Bulldog" and "Starling" Intercepting Russian Trading-Vessels. With Engraving. 9- Bombardment of Sveaborg. With Engraving. 10- Half Page Engraving showing "The Bombardment of Sveaborg. - French Gun-Boats going to the Battery with Shot and Shell. Sketched by J.W. Carmichael. 11- Full page Engraving showing " The French Mortar Battery Before Sveaborg.- Sketched by J. W. Carmichael. 12- The Court. - Her Majesty's Departure for Scotland. 13- Dinner given to Mr. Roach Smith, F.S.A. in the Isle of Wight. 14- Metropolitan News. 15- Town and Table Talk on Literature, Art & c. 16- Double Page Engraving called "Departure of Her Majesty from Paris. - The Imperial and Royal Procession in the Place Vendome." 17- The Queens Return from Paris.- The Procession, and the Arrival at Boulogne. 18- National Sports. 19- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 20- The Markets. 21- Bankrupts. Births. Deaths. Marriages. 22- First Trial of the Mortars Fitted on Captain Julius Roberts's Plan, against Sebastopol. With Half Page Engraving. 23- Valley of the Belbec.- Conveyance of Russian Supplies into Sebastopol. With Half Page Engraving. 24- The War in the Crimea. 25- Half page Engraving - "The Battle of the Tchernaya, or Traktir- Bridge 26- Half page Engraving "Croats' Camp at Balaclava." 27- Chess. - With Problem No. 603. 28- Colonel Fleury. (First Equerry to the Emperor.) 29- The French Minister of Justice. - M. Abbatucci. 30- Half page Engraving showing "Her Majesty's Departure. - The Royal Yacht Leaving Boulogne Harbour."