For Sale is the Illustrated London News. February 8th 1851. Edition No. 469. 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, being Clear and Bright with no Foxing. Pages Slightly Tanned. Red London News Stamp on inside Page.
1- Front Page Article "Opening of the Session." 2- Engraving Showing "The Marquis of Kildare, M.P. for Kildare County; Mover of the House of Commons' Address to the Throne." 3- Engraving Showing "Mr. Peto, M.P. for Norwich; Seconder of the House of Commons Address to the Throne." 4- Parliamentary Portraits. a- The Marquis of Kildare, M.P. for Kildare County. b- Samual Morton Peto, Esq. 5- Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased. a- Sarah, Countess of Warwick. b- Sir Francis Lawley, Bart. 6- Opening of Parliament. a- House of Lords. b- The Queen's Speech. c- The Address. d- Resignation of Lord Shaftesbury as Chairman of Committees. 7- Sketches in New Zealand. : The Settlement of New Plymouth, with the Following Engravings.- a- Engraving of "Crofton Park, Omata District." b- Engraving of "View in Crofton Park." c- Engraving of "View on Waitera River.- North Bank." d- Engraving of "Mokau River, Forty Miles North of New Plymouth." e- Engraving of "North Bank of Waitera River, near New Plymouth." f- Engraving showing a "View from the Town of New Plymouth." 8- Opening of Parliament. 9- Engraving showing "Her Majesty Descending the Grand Staircase at Buckingham Palace." 10- Engraving showing a "Sketch from the Line of the Royal Procession." 11- Engraving showing "Her Majesty Leaving Buckingham Palace." 12- Parliamentary Portraits. - The Earl of Shaftesbury, Late Chairman of Committees of the House of Lords. 13- Parliamentary Portraits. - John Walker, Esq. M.P. for Nottingham. 14- Queen's College, Belfast. With Engraving. 15- The Wesleyan Normal College, Westminster. With Engraving. 16- Papal Aggression. 17- Society for the Reform of Colonial Government. 18- Whispers to the Chancellor of the Exchequer. 19- William of Nassau and the Money-Lenders. 20- Engraving showing "William of Nassau, and the Money-Lenders. - Painted by Claudius Jaquand. - From the Gallery of the Late King of Holland." 21- The Nimroud Sculptures, in the Louvre, at Paris. With Engravings.