For Sale is the illustrated London News March 1st 1851. Edition No. 472. 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 nice and Clear. Foxing is present on some pages, Back Page Scruffy, but readable. Red London News Stamp on inside Page.
1- Front page Article "The Downfall of the Russell Administration." 2- The Army and Navy Club-House. 3- Half Page Engraving showing " Exterior of the Army and Navy Club-House, Pall-Mall." 4- Foreign and Colonial News.- France. German States. United States. West Indies. 5- Naval and Military Intelligence. 6- Imperial Parliament.- "Ministerial Crisis.- Cabinet Explanations." 7- Court and Haut Ton. 8- Obituary of Eminent Persons recently Deceased. a- Sir William Owen Barlow, Bart. 9- Country News. - "Freehold Land Societies in Herts and Beds." 10- The Jamsetjee Bund. 11- Engraving showing "The Jamsetjee Bund, Poonah." (The Sluices Open). 12- Engraving showing "The Jamsetjee Bund, Poonah," (After a "Fresh.") 13- Foreign-Office Passports. 14- The Sailors' Strike. - Riot. 15- Engraving showing "Colliers Leaving the Harbour North Shields after the Breaking up of the Strike." 16- Drury-Lane Theatre. 17- Engraving showing "Scene from "Azael, or the Prodigal," at Drury-Lane Theatre." 18- Statement of Lord John Russell. 19- Metropolitan News. - "The Window-Duty and Proposed House-Tax." 20- The Great Exhibition Building. (Testing the Galleries.) - With Engraving. 21- Half Page Engraving "Family Happiness." - Painted by E. Meyerheim. 22- Mr. Macready, His Farewell Benefit and Address. 23- Engraving showing "Mr. Macready as "Macbeth," on the Night of His Farewell of the Stage, February 26, 1851." 24- Music.- a- "David." A Sacred Oratorio, by Charles Edward Horsley. b- Sacred Harmonic Society. c- Musical Events. d- Foreign Musical News. 25- The Theatres. - Sadler's Wells. Olympic. Surrey. 26- The Gold and Silver Coinage. - Jury of the Pyx. 27- Great Industrial Exhibition of 1851. 28- Chess, - with Problem No. 371. 29- Epitome of News - Foreign and Domestic. 30- Engraving "The Eagle's Throne." Painted by J. Wolf. - Exhibition of the British Institution. 31- Joanna Baillie, the Late Writer and Poet. With Her Engraving. 32- Plate presented to Charles Mackay, Esq., LL.D. 33- The Adderley Chair. 34- Engraving showing "Chair Presented to C. B. Adderley, Esq., M.P., by the Colonists of the Eastern Province of the Cape of Good Hope." 35- Paris Fashions for March. With Illustrations. 36- Church, Universities, &c. 37- Papal Aggression. 38- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 39- The Markets. 40- Bankrupts. Births. Deaths. Marriages. 41- National Sports. 42- Inauguration of the Madrid and Aranjuez Railway. With Engraving. 43- Relic Found in Whittlesea Mere. 44- The Religious and Educational Census.