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' 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.