For Sale is the Illustrated London News for May 31st 1851. Edition No. 489. This Issue contains 8 Pages, 16 Sides, it has been taken from a Bound Volume therefore has the binding Holes showing.
Condition of the Text and Engraving is Bright and Clear. Pages are Tanned, but very little Foxing. Red London News Stamp on page inside.
Articles. 1- Revision of the French Constitution. 2- Grand Concert at Buckingham Palace. 3- Foreign and Colonial News. France. Denmark. Portugal. United States. 4- Imperial Parliament. 5- Court and Haut Ton. - a- The Court at Buckingham Palace. b- The Queen's Levee. 6- Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased,- a- The Duchess Dowager of Leuchtenberg. b- The Hon. Francis Curzon. c- James, Andrew, John, Laurence, Charles, Drummond. Viscount Strathallan. d- Edward Clough Taylor, Esq., of Kirkham Abbey, Co. York. e- Lady Arden. 7- Embarkation of Sir Andries Stockenstrom, at Cape Town. 8- Silver Cup. 9- Renewed Branch Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin.- Sailing of the "Prince Albert." 10- Epsom Races. - Portraits of the Winners of the "Derby" and the "Oaks." 11- Royal Thames Yacht Club. 12- Naval and Military Intelligence. 13- Metropolitan News. 14- The Great Exhibition. 15- "Peace" Painted by Mr. Armitage. 16- Mr. Groom's Exhibition of Tulips. 17- The Victoria Regia. 18- Mr. Gould's Collection of Humming-Birds at the Zoological Society's Gardens, Regents Park. 19- Consecration of the Church of St Matthew, Lower-Road, Islington. 20- Church, Universities, &c. 21- Petition to Her Majesty for the Revival of the Synodical Functions in the Church of England. 22- Epitome of News - Foreign and Domestic. 23- Chess, -with Problem No. 384. 24- Protectionist Dinner at Tamworth. - Serious Riot. 25- The Bridgewater Gallery. 26- Royal Academy Exhibition. -"The Archers." - Painted by H. Le Jeune. 27- Lyceum Theatre. 28- Princess' Theatre. 29- Nooks and Corners of Old England. "The Tabernacle," Wootton-Under- Edge. 30- Extinction of "The Burning Waste of Clackmannan. 31- The Theatres.- Her Majesty's. Royal Italian Opera. St James's. Punch's Playhouse. 32- Mr. Thackeray's Second Lecture. 33- Monetary Transactions of the Week.34- Bankrupts. Births. Deaths. Marriages. 35- The Markets. 36- National Sports. - Tattersalls. 37- Music. - a- Philharmonic Society. b- Matinee Musicale at Stafford-House. c- Madame Puzzi's Concert. d- Musical Union. e- Mr. Aguilar's Concert. f- The Beethoven Quartet Society. g- St. Martin's Hall. h- Mr. W.H. Holmes's Concert. i- Musical Events. j- Foreign Musical New
Engravings. 1- Front Page Engraving "Her Majesty's Concert, Buckingham Palace. - The Grand Saloon." 2- Silver Cup Presented to the Deputy-Post-Captain of Cape Town. 3- Embarkation of Sir Andries Stockenstrom, at Cape Town. 4- Carrier Pigeons for the Renewed Branch Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin. 5- "Teddington," the Winner of "The Derby." 6- "Iris," the Winner of "The Oaks'. 7- St Matthew's Church, Lower- Road, Islington. 8- Full page Engraving, " Peace." - Painted by Armitage. - in the Fine Arts Court of the Great Exhibition. 9- "Humming Birds," from Mr. Gould's Collection, in the Gardens of the Zoological Society, Regents Park. 10- "Victoria Regia," in Flower, at Messrs.Weeks's, King's-Road Nursery Chelsea. 11- Seedling Tulip, Raised by Mr. Groom. a Feathered Bizard Tulip : "Dr, Horner." Wild Tulip of the Levant. 12-Scene from "Apartments :Visitors to the Exhibition may be Accommodated." At the Princess' Theatre. 13- The Tabernacle, at Wooton-Under-Edge. 14- Scene from "A Day of Reckoning," at the Lyceum Theatre. 15- Half Page Engraving. The Bridgewater Gallery.- "Milking Cows." Painted by Cuyp. 16- Exhibition of the Royal Academy.- "The Archers." Painted by H. Le. Jeune.