For Sale is an Edition of the Illustrated London News for October 10th 1846. This Issue contains 8 Pages, 16 Sides, it has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Condition is Good, Bright and Clear, very little Foxing. Spine has been Strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.
Articles. 1- Front Page Article called "Fictions of Diplomacy." 2- Bread Riots in Paris. 3- Foreign Intelligence. 4- Country News. a- Shocking Murders and Suicide at Elham, Kent. b- Incendary Fire near Hull. c- Fatal and Melancholy Mine Explosion in Staffordshire. d- Accident on the Leeds and Bradford Railway. 5- Obituary of Eminent Persons. a- Sir Charles Wolseley, Bart. b- The Earl of Waldegrave. c- Lord John Somerset. d- The Baron De Bode. 6- Ireland. a- The Prospects of Famine. b- Fatal Conflict at Castleconnell. c- The Repeal Association. 7- The Late Thomas Clarkson. By a Relative. 8- Memorial to the Heroes of Afghanistan. 9- Drainage of the Lake of Haarlem. 10- Le Verrier's New Planet. 11- The Great Wellington Statue. 12- Accidents and Offences. a- Inquest on Baron De Bode. b- Another Fatal Gun Accident. c- Colliery Explosion near Durham. 13- The Court and Haut Ton. 14- Metropolitan News. a- The Election of Lord Mayor. - Return of Sir George Carroll. 15- Epitome of News. - Foreign and Domestic. 16- The Spanish Marriages. 17- Fine Arts. - "Choosing the Wedding Gown." Painted by Mr. Mulready, R.A. 18- Literature. 19- The Theatres. a- Drury-Lane. b- Haymarket. c- Lyceum. 20- Music. a- Opera at Drury-Lane Theatre. And Debut of Madame Anna Bishop. b- Musical Chit-Chat. 21- Gossip of the Week. 22- Tracts for the Trains. By Albert Smith. a- Ramsgate,ts Resources and Prospects. b- The Testimonial Mania. c- Our Boulogne Commissioner. 23- Gold; Or, The Half-Brothers. By Camilla Toulmin. (Chapter XII.) 24- The "Great Britain" Steamer. 25- Sheet Music : The Old Oaks of Windsor. Music by Edward Loder, and Words by Mrs. Healey. 26- Windsor Castle. a- The Quadrangle. b- The Presence Chamber. 27- National Sports. 28- The Markets. 29- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 30- New Patent Safety Car. 31- Chess, with Problem No. 142. 32- The Great Nassau Balloon Upon the Thames. 33- Funeral of the Late Earl of Yarborough.
Engravings. 1- Bread Riot, in the Rue Du Faubourg St. Antoine, at Paris. 2- Portrait of the Late Thomas Clarkson, Esq. 3- Playford Hall, The Seat of the Late Thomas Clarkson, Esq. 4- Tablet to the Memory to the Heroes of Jellalabad, Ghuznee, and Cabul. 5- Portrait of Prince Leopold of Saxe Coburg. 6- Gigantic Steam-Engine for Draining the Haarlem Lake. 7- Plan of the Lake of Haarlem. 8- The Great Leeghwater Engine and Pumps. 9- Engraving - "Choosing the Wedding Gowns." - Painted by Mr. Mulready, R.A. 10- The Spanish Marriages. showing the 4 Portraits. a- Don Francois D'Assis, and Queen Isabella II. b- Donna Maria Luisa Ferdinanda, Infanta of Spain, and His Royal Highness The Duke of Montpensier. 11- Windsor Castle. a- The Great Quadrangle, Windsor Castle. b- The Presence Chamber (State Ball-Room), Windsor Castle. 12- Reynold's Improved Patent Safety Car. 13- The Nassau Balloon Battersea-Bridge, on its Passage up the Thames.