For Sale is the illustrated London News August 6th 1853. Edition No. 636. This Issue has 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 Foxing appearing on one Page only, this is the Chess Page. Otherwise the Issue is Clear and Bright. Red London News Stamp on inside Page.
1- Front Page Article "Revolution in China." 2- The Moldavians and Wallachians. 3- Engraving showing "Wallachian Peasantry and Troops." 4- Foreign and Colonial News. France. Denmark. Portugal. America. California. China. 5- Christianity in China. 6- Australia. (Letter to the Editor). 7- Inauguration of the New York Exhibition. 8- Engraving showing "Statue of Washington, by Baron Marochetti, in the New York Crystal Palace." 9- Engraving showing "The New York Crystal Palace. - from a Photograph. 10- The East Suffolk Artillery. 11- Engraving showing "The East Suffolk Artillery Encampment, at Landguard Fort." 12- The Camp at Cobham. 13- Engraving showing "The Camp at Cobham, by Moonlight." 14- The Court. 15- Church, Universities, &c. 16- Metropolitan News. 17- Provincial Intelligence. 18- Music. 19- The Theatres.- Royal Italian Opera. St. James's-German Plays. 20- Ireland. 21- The Great Cab Strike.- Sketched by George Thomas. Double Page showing 8 Engravings. 22- Imperial Parliament. 23- Obituary of Eminent Persons.- a- Francis William, Sixth Earl of Seafield. b- James, Lord Ruthven. c- Mary, Countess of Minto. d- Sir William Warre, C.B. 24- Chess,- with Problem No. 496. 25- Epitome of News- Foreign and Domestic. 26- A Papier-Mache Village for Australia. With Engraving. 27- Extensive Show of Pine-Apples. With Engraving. 28- Meeting of the British Archaeological Association, at Rochester. 29- National Sports.- Brighton Races. Cricket. 30- The Markets. 31- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 32- The Slaves of Virginia. 33- Bankrupts. Births. Deaths. Marriages. 34- Unity Fire Association, Birmingham. 35- Engraving showing the "Unity Fire Insurance Offices, at Birmingham." 36- Royal St. George Tacht Club Regatta. With Engraving.