For Sale is the Illustrated London News February 1st 1851. Edition No. 467. This Issue Contains 8 Pages, 16 Sides, it has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding Holes are Showing.
Condition is Good. with very little Foxing, although Pages are beginning to Fade, and are Tanned. Red London News Stamp on Inside Page.
1- Front page Article "The Education of the People." 2- Fire at the new Houses of Parliament. 3- Engraving showing the "Fire in the Clock Tower of the new Houses of Parliament." 4- Foreign and Colonial News. France. German States. United States. 5- Church, Universities, &c. 6- Papal Aggression. 7- Metropolitan News. - a- Movements for the Reduction of Taxation. b- Interview with the Chancellor of the Exchequer on the Paper Duties. 8- Epitome of News - Foreign and Domestic. 9- College of the Propoganda at Home. With Engraving. 10- Dust-Storm in the Punjaub. With Engraving. 11- Extensive Destruction of Property by Fire. - Dreadful Accident. 12- Engraving showing the "Ruins of the Great Fire in Houndsditch." 13- Improved Ship-Building. 14- Engraving showing the "Launch of the 'Marion Macintyre," and Part of the Ship "Iron Flame," at Messrs. Jordan and Getley's Building-Yard Liverpool." 15- Advertisement Duty. - Interview with the Chancellor of the Exchequer. 16- Court and Haut Ton. - The Court at Windsor. 17- Town Talk and Table Talk. 18- Great Industrial Exhibition of 1851 - Suggestions for Counters, with 2 Engravings. 19- Engraving showing "Great Exhibition Building.- Sectional View of Galleries." 20- Half Page Engraving showing "The Oak-Dining Room.- The Earl of Clarendon and the Lord Mayor of Dublin." 21- Half Page Engraving showing "The Banquet in the King's Room, Mansion House, Dublin." 22- Inauguration Banquet of the Lord Mayor of Dublin. 23- Ireland. - Abolition of the Viceroyalty. 24- Freehold Land Society.- The Franchise. 25- Obituary of Eminent Persons recently Deceased. a- Lord Dalmeny. b- Lord Robert Connolly Taylour. c- Lord Burghersh. 26- Chess,- with Problem No. 367. 27- Naval and Police Intelligence. 28- Strike in Seamen in the Northern Ports. 29- The United States Mail Steam-Ship "Atlantic." 30- Mandarin Duck and Drake. With Engraving. 31- Nooks and Corners of Old England. - Mickleham Church. 32- Small Engraving of "Mickleham Church, Surrey." 33- Death of the "Royal Cenrenarian" at West Cowes. 34- Engraving showing "The Royal Centenarian," Mrs. Mary Read, of West Cowes. 35- Engraving showing "The United States Mail Steam-Ship the "Atlantic" being Towed to her Moorings opposite Haulbowline, Queenstown." 36- Engraving showing "Don Scipio relating His Adventures to Gil Blas and His Wife.- From a Sketch by T. Unwins, R.A." 37- Testimonials Presented to Sir Edward and Lady Gambier. With Engravings. 38- Music. - Sacred Harmonic Society. Mr. Balfe's Concert. Musical Events. Foreign Musical News. 39- Theatrical Season. - Drury-Lane. Princess'. 40- City of London Central Market Association. 41- National Sports. - Tattersalls. 42- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 43- Apprehension and Committal of Mrs. Sloane. 44- Bankrupts. Births. Deaths. Marriages. 45- The Markets. 46- General Randon. 47- Engraving showing "General Randon, the French Minister of War." 48- Paris Fashions for February. With Engraving. 49- The Late William Holmes Esq. With his Engraving. 50- Curiosities. - The Foundress' Cup, Christ College, Cambridge.