For Sale is the Illustrated London News of August 21st 1852. Edition No. 574. This Issue contains 8 Pages, 16 Sides, it has been taken from a Bound Volume therefore the Binding Holes are Showing.
Condition of the Text and Engravings is Bright and Clear. Pages are slightly Tanned throughout. Red London News Stamp appears inside. Hardly any Foxing Spots present.
1- Front page Article "Emigration and the Gold Fever." 2- Foreign and Colonial News. - France. West Indies. United States. India. Australia. 3- Country News. 4- Fatal Accident to Mr. Frank Hartland, The Pantomimist. 5- Sketches from the Turon Gold Fields, New South Wales. with the Following Engravings. a- Dry Digging on the Turon. b- Cradler. c- Children Cradling. d- Washing the Gold. e- The Disappointed Gold Seeker. f- The Post-Office, Sofala, Turon River. g- Removing Goods. h- "Dodging the Commissioner." i- Gold-Seekers Grave on the Turon. 6- John Richard Hardy, Chief Commissioner of the Gold District, Bathurst. 7- Poetry. - "Peter Brown's Reasons for not Going to the Diggings." 8- Church, Universities, &c. 9- Court and Haut Ton. 10- Metropolitan News. 11- Naval and Military Intelligence. 12- Her Majesty's Visit to Belgium. Together with the Following Engravings,- a- The King's Palace, at Antwerp, formerly the Hotel De La Place De Meir. b- The King of the Belgians Leaving the Royal Yacht. c- Place Du Palais, Brussels. - The Queen Leaving for Laacken. d- Arrival of the Queen at Antwerp. e- Her Majesty's Visit to the Fine Arts Exhibition at Antwerp. 13- Fine Arts in the City of London. (Letters to the Editor.) 14- Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased.- a- Sir John Henry Pelly, Bart., of Upton, County Essex. b- The Hon. Sir James Parker, Vice-Chancellor. c- Nicholas Edmund Yarburgh, Esq., of Heslington Hall, County of York. d- Colonel William Croker, C.B. 15- Epitome of News- Foreign and Domestic. 16- Chess,- with Problem No. 447. 17- National Sports. - Tattersalls. Cowes Regatta. 18- Cowes Regatta. -with Engraving of Her Majesty's Cup. 19- The "Challenger" Life-Boat. 20- Tucker's Life Preserver. 21- The Blue Flag on Cross Fell. With Engraving. 22- Engraving showing "Richardson's Patent Tubular Life-Boat." 23- Sketches in Burmah. - showing the Following 3 Engravings,- a- Prome, Sketched from the Railway. b- Burmese Soldier, Sketched at Rangoon. c- Yenbenzeik, seen from Prome. 24- The Season of 1852 at Her Majesty's Theatre. 25- The Theatres, - Royal Italian Opera. 26- Birmingham Musical Festival. 27- Law and Police Intelligence. 28- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 29- Bankrupts. Births. Deaths. Marriages. 30- The Markets.