For Sale is the Illustrated London News February 22nd 1851. Edition No. 471. 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 good, with Age related Light Foxing Spots on some pages. Spine has been Strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. Red London News Stamp on inside page.
1- Front page Article "The Budget." 2- Front page Engraving showing "The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Right Hon. Sir Charles Wood) introducing the Budget in the House of Commons. 3- Foreign and Colonial News.- France. Italian States. German States. Turkey. United States. India. China. 4- Imperial Parliament. 5- Metropolitan News. - Tribunal of Commerce for the City of London. 6- Epitome of News- Foreign and Domestic. 7- The Ship "Hibernia." 8- Engraving showing "The Ship "Hibernia." Built at Quebec. 9- Destructive Fire in Tooley-Street. With Engraving. 10- Restoration of Beddington Church. With Engraving. 11- Newmarket Coursing Meeting. With Engravings showing 3 Greyhounds. 12- Gutta Percha Boats. 13- Engraving Showing,- "Gutta Percha Boat, Employed in the Late Voyage of the "Prince Albert" in search of Sir John Franklin." 14- Court and Haut Ton.- a- The Court at Buckingham Palace b- The Order of the Garter. 15- Naval and Military Intelligence. 16- National Sports.- Tattersalls. 17- Town Talk and Table Talk. 18- Engraving "The Neapolitan Fisherman's Family." - Painted by Riedel. 19- Engraving "The Moorland Stream." - Painted by H. Jutsum.- Exhibition of the British Institution. 20- The Peel Monument. Bury. 21- Engraving showing "Designs for the Peel Monument Exhibited in the Town-Hall at Bury, Lancashire." 22- The Great Industrial Exhibition. 23- Engraving showing "Reception of Goods at the Great Exhibition Building, in Hyde Park. 24- Music.- a- Monthly concerts of Ancient and Modern Music. b- Musical Events. c- Foreign Musical News. 25- The Theatres,- Her Majesty's. Drury-Lane. 26- Court of Exchequer.- The Attorney-General v. The London Dock Company. 27- Ireland. 28- Chess,- with Problem No. 370. 29- Assumption of Ecclesiastical Titles. 30- Diorama of the Tour through Europe. 31- M. Cambon's Panorama of Versailles. 32- Engraving showing "Marshall's Moving Diorama of a Tour through Europe.- "Departure of the 'John Bull' Steamer."- Exhibited in the Concert-Room of Her Majesty's Theatre. 33- Engraving showing "Cambon's Moving Panorama -"The Fountains of Versailles." Exhibited at the Linwood Gallery, Leicester Square." 34- Olympic Theatre. 35- Widening of Chancery-Lane.- Dinner to Mr. J. R. Taylor. 36- Engraving showing the Testimonial given to Mr. J.R. Taylor. 37- Monster Railway Bar. 38- Engraving showing the "Reception of Monster Railway Bar, at Port Talbot, Glamorganshire." 39- Obituary of Eminent Persons recently Deceased. a- James Henry Callander, Esq. of Craigforth and Ardkinlas. b- Ralph Adderley, Esq. of Barlaston. c- Florinda, Dowager Viscountess Castlemaine. d- John Mitford, Esq. e- Joseph Haynes. 40- Country News. 41- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 42- The Markets. 43- Bankrupts. Births. Deaths. Marriages. 44- Parliamentary Portraits. - Sir Denis Le Marchant, Bart., Chief Clerk of the House of Commons. 45- Church, Universities, &c. 46- The Honourable John Charles Fremont. With his Engraving.