For Sale is a Full Page from the Illustrated London News called "The Siege of Ladysmith," showing The Battle of Caesar's Camp : The Manner of Handing over the Boer Dead by the Natal Volunteers." This is a Facsimile Sketch by Mr. Melton Prior.
Reverse side shows a page called "The Fortunes of War." showing the following small Portraits.
a- Captain Cecil Eykyn. (2nd Royal Highlanders, Died of Wounds, Koodoosberg). b- Captain H.G. Majendie. (Second in command Robert's Horse, Killed , Dekiel's Drift). c- Lieutenant G.E. Courtenay. ( Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Killed, Paardeberg). d- Captain Thorburn. (Royal Scots Fusiliers, Killed, Ladysmith). e- Captain T.H. Berney. (2nd West Yorkshire Regiment, Killed on Tegula). f- Lieutenant F.J. Siordet. (West Riding Regiment, Killed, Paardeberg). g- Lieutenant E. Perceval. (4th King's Royal Rifles, Killed, Paardeberg). h- Lieutenant Ball-Acton. (Oxfordshire Light Infantry, Killed, Paardeberg). i- Second Lieutenant the Hon. W.M'Clintock Bunbury. (Scots Greys, Killed, Paardeberg). j- Captain the Hon. R. de Montmorency, V.C. (Montmorency Scouts, Killed, Sterkstroom). k- Sergeant F.G.E. Wilson. (1st Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, Killed, Modder River). l- Captain Wilkins. (Suffolk Regiment, Killed, Rensburg). m- Captain B.A. Newbury. (Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, Killed, Paardeberg). n- Captain E.J. Dewar. (4th King's Royal Rifles, Killed, Paardeberg). o- Major F.R. Macmullen. (2nd Wiltshire Regiment, Died of Wounds, Rensberg).
Condition is Very Good, Bright and Clear, No Foxing.